It may be summer and scorching heat in the northern hemisphere, but the world of smartphones is not resting and we have seen a lot of action on smartphones over the past seven days. Tecno’s first premium smartphone went on sale, while Samsung introduced the Galaxy F22 in India.
The Oppo Reno6 series receives a new family member – the Reno6 Z 5G. It will launch on July 21 and will have 5G capabilities.
Qualcomm has launched its Snapdragon Insiders Phone Smartphone – a showcase product that demonstrates all the sophisticated features that the Snapdragon 888 can offer in a smartphone. It has a price tag of $1,500, but it doesn’t look like the San Diego company will make any effort to sell it.
OnePlus has confirmed the launch date of the Nord 2 5G. The company has also got involved in a drama – Geekbench has removed all OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro smartphones from its database after an alleged manipulation.
It seems that OxygenOS limits app performance to extend battery life, but hasn’t applied the same filter to the benchmarking platform, which Geekbench says is a form of cheating. OnePlus confirmed that it was optimizing apps on its devices, raising the debate if it was the same type of manipulation as other companies by enabling special high-performance modes for synthetic benchmarking.
Initially, the phone is available in Nigeria and Kenya and is expected to expand to other markets soon.
The new Purple Reno6 is already up for grabs in China and will probably remain exclusive to this market.
Prices start from INR 12,499 ($170/€140).
The phone will come with a pair of headphones, a bumper case set by Qualcomm and the phone is designed with all of Qualcomm’s technologies.
For only $99, you can have a smartphone with Android 9 the size of a chocolate bar.
The screen will have a resolution of 1080p+ and only two curved sides. The secondary screen on the back will be larger than the screen of the Mi 11 Ultra.
Pre-orders are already in place, selling starts on July 21st.
There has been heated debate as to whether the Z Fold3 5G would have a perforated or sub-screen camera.
Apple has traditionally used “X” to refer to more powerful chipsets with more cores. The M2 should switch to a new architecture and a new node.
Also includes larger stand, more internal storage and improved speakers.
But it will be a newer and more refined version of the current 108MP ISOCELL HM3 unit.
OnePlus and MediaTek have added additional AI features to the Dimensity 1200 base to help you with the camera, media playback, and other tasks.
It’s Singles Day (11.11) in China, a big annual trade event and a good time to launch a new product – unless the flagship product is further delayed.
Leakster IceUniverse says Qualcomm will split orders between the two foundries. The Snapdragon 888+ stayed with Samsung.
The behavior observed on the OnePlus 9 Pro was voluntary.
It will be smaller than its predecessor.
It is said that the upcoming range contains larger charging coils.
This design uses a single panel for both internal and external displays.
The phone can be bought at a lower price than ever before.
The iPhone class of 2021 will be the last with a 5.4-inch device.
LG is gearing up to produce next year’s OLED LTPO panels for iPhone 14.
Other OnePlus devices will also be reviewed.
This is yet another renaming, and disconcerting to that.
The phone will be a little smaller than the S20 FE and will feature a new main camera of 32 MP, 12 MP ultra wide and 8 MP TV.
Some of the major changes could take up to two years to be fully implemented.