The past seven days saw plenty of new phones – vivo launched a trio of phones with unique cameras, while Honor brought the Play gaming lineup to life.
On the rumor side it was mostly the Galaxy Note20+ – the latest leak suggested the device will adopt the 108 MP sensor, seen in the Galaxy S20 Ultra, but it will drop the 100X Space Zoom and will limit itself to “just” 50X zoom.
Leaks are also going strong on the OnePlus Z, the upcoming ROG Phone III and the iPad Air 4.
Xiaomi is about to launch the Mi Band 5 next week – we have a specific date to mark on our calendars now.
One thing that grabbed a lot of attention across the globe was the Nokia 43-inch TV that arrived in India – this is a country where smartphone companies are not hesitant to expand beyond the world of mobile devices.
Those were the top stories in the past week, and let’s see what the next one will bring!
The X50 Pro and Pro+ have 5x telephoto zoom too.
It will keep a tri-cam setup like the Galaxy Note10+, the ToF is getting replaced by a laser focus sensor.
The same chip as the SuperZoom, which is currently the only member of the X3 family.
Xiaomi has officially revealed the Mi Band 5’s announcement date.
The upcoming budget OnePlus phone is also equipped with a hefty 12GB RAM.
You won’t believe the zoom on this thing!
Features new design and updated NVIDIA graphics.
For the oldest models, this will be the last update. However, some fairly old iPhones will reportedly be supported in 2021 as well.
It runs Android TV and comes with Chromecast built-in.
It’s reportedly arriving in July.
It will allegedly bring an iPad 11 Pro-style design with slimmer bezels.
The Redmi 9C will have two variations – with and without NFC, different cameras as well.
We are looking at a circle and a vertical setup, but with some tweaks.
Owners will have to enroll via the Mi Pilot program.
Both are 7nm chips and enable 5G connectivity. The vanilla Play 4 has a 64MP main and 8MP ultra wide cameras, plus two more modules.
It’s expected to arrive in September with a Snapdragon 765 SoC, upgraded cameras, and 5G support.
It will contain your wallet with bank cards as well as quick shortcuts to your smart device controls.
Both phones are available starting today across all Samsung offline stores, Samsung.com, Amazon India, and Flipkart.
The ZTE Axon 11 SE 5G packs a Dimensity 800 chipset and elaborate cooling.
The Redmi 10X 5G became available today, the the 4G version has been available for a week. The Pro 5G is coming in a few days.
They are not on sale yet, but the stores are clearly just waiting on the official go-ahead – which is coming this Friday.
The Mark II is pricey, but promises unique features, many of which are enabled by Sony’s years of expertise in making TVs and cameras.
Both products are expected to debut next month.
It’s an easy enough job, if you have the tools and take it step by step.
And more, including a couple of incomplete features.