The last few days of April brought several new phones, most of them coming from one company – Xiaomi. It introduced two new additions to its Mi brand and another one from the Redmi family, while another was finally launched on the global scene.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth was revealed in China with a periscope camera and 5x optical zoom, making it the first device by the company with the feature. Later through a Qualcomm press message, we learned its name will actually be Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite Zoom on the global scene.
Alongside it, the company unveiled MIUI 12, which will power most of the company’s phones in the second half of the year.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite is another smartphone that saw the light of day – it has four cameras, one of them being 64 MP, neat OLED display and a low price tag of €349 or €399 – depending on the storage that you want to accompany the 6 GB RAM.
The iPhone 12 rumors are starting to intensify – this week we heard the lineup will include four phones and all of them will have 5G support. More excitingly, a rumor suggested that this won’t lead to higher prices as was the case with some Android competitors.
LG revealed its Velvet phone will have a 48 MP main camera, a Snapdragon 765G chipset, and an OLED screen. The phone will be all about functionality and looks, and we hope this will try to pull the Korean company out of the pit its mobile division has fallen in.
Beta testing is already available for Chinese users, while the stable build is expected in June.
This is the first Xiaomi phone with such a camera.
The OnePlus 8 duo was unveiled in mid-April, but the Z – the “lite” model – was delayed.
Meanwhile, Sony Mobile online stores in Europe have closed, instead the official site redirects you to local retailers.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite is looking like a solid package for its €350 starting price.
It will have a similar front panel, but only four shooters on the back.
The A13 remaster of the iPhone 8 is here.
Eye AF for humans and animals, 20fps continuous shooting with AE/AF enabled and a ZEISS lens with T* coating are just the tip of the iceberg.
The stable build will begin rolling out around the end of June for Chinese users.
It’s a supper aggressive price, but the 108MP sensor is gone.
The pricing of the small iPhone 12 looks pretty good.
The pop-up selfie isn’t dead.
Both are coming later this month.
The phone will also have a 4,300 mAh battery and ultra-thin body.
This might be an upcoming phone, but also possibly a dead prototype.
Confirming the previously speculated flat screen design and centered punch-hole.
It seems the device is not meant for the Indian market though.
Taking a cue from smartphones DJI uses binning to improve image quality.
The Galaxy Note20 likely won’t disappoint.
The Amazfit X has a lot of the smartwatch functionalities.
The Wall Street Journal corroborates Ming-Chi Kuo’s earlier report.
It would be even bigger than the current 108MP nona-cell sensor in the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Huawei’s upcoming entry-level device will come with GMS services.
It’s going to be a rebranded Redmi K30 Pro.
The rumor comes from Germany, and the info originates at Vodafone.