Welcome to your Week 6 presentation. OnePlus has defended its policy of providing its users with 5 years of software updates (4 years of major OS updates and 5 years of security support) compared to Samsung and Google’s 7 years. OnePlus’ focus on software quality and fluidity seems to miss that point.
A press image has made the rounds this week, purporting to be the first mid-range phone (2a). A phone without the Glyph interface and featured the same design as No Phone (1). The recording was confirmed not to be of the phone (2a) – Steve H. McFly (a.k.a. OnLeaks) claimed the report was fake. The reason why SmartPrix gave more details is that it is a Note smartphone that has not made it out of the planning stage. The final nail in the coffin was the teaser itself, which didn’t match the phone in the fake rendering. Case closed.
Everything is related to the sandwich.
The process contrasts with previous hand-made images.
The device features a different camera setup compared to Phone (1) and Phone (2).
The Galaxy A55 5G has received NBTC certification confirming support for 25W charging. The phone is about to launch and is rumored to sport an Exynos 1480 chip with 8GB of RAM.
Asus has Zenfone 11 Ultra in the works. It looks just like the ROG Phone 8 Pro, with a 6.78-inch 144Hz display, the same 50MP wide, 13MP ultrawide, and 32MP 3x telephoto, and the same 5,500mAh battery and Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset.
The Xiaomi 14 series is coming to the global stage on February 25. We get the compact Xiaomi 14 and Xiaomi 14 Ultra – 14 Pro is unlikely to leave China.
It is expected to come powered by the Exynos 1480 SoC.
The upcoming ZenFone flagship displays and full specifications have been found in the ROG Phone 8 firmware.
14 Ultra is expected to be announced eventually.
We got an exclusive first look at the Redmi A3. It will have a 6.71-inch display, the first in the series with a high refresh rate (90Hz) and will be priced under INR 10,000.
A large display is paired with an equally large camera island.
Apple may be looking to change the camera position on the iPhone 16 so it can record spatial video.
The phone comes with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 and Galaxy AI.