Week 31 brought us a bunch of new phones, starting with the Samsung Galaxy M31s. The new leader of the Korean company’s lower mid-range lineup comes with a 6.5” AMOLED, quad cameras and 6,000 mAh battery.
Oppo made a couple of major announcements itself with the Reno4 and Reno4 Pro. Red Magic and Black Shark gaming brands also unveiled their latest flagships with the 5S and 3S, rounding up a pretty exciting lineup of new phones.
Qualcomm had an announcement of its own – Quick Charge 5 and while it can’t be seen on any phone just yet, it’s certainly something to look forward to.
Meanwhile, the Samsung Unpacked event is fast approaching and you can tell by the increasing amount of leaks and teasers about the device that will be presented on stage.
The most affordable member of the iPhone 12 lineup also starred in a fairly major leak, but Apple confirmed the coronavirus disruptance to the supply chain will cause a delay to the market availability.
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Sales in India start on August 6.
The Note20 series will be joined by the Galaxy Z Fold 2, Tab S7 duo, Watch 3 and Galaxy Buds Live.
A full charge will take only 15 minutes. The new standard runs 10Â°C cooler than QC4 while delivering 4 times the power to the battery.
Remember, Nord is a new product line, not just one device.
The plastic frame is, as expected, not as robust as the metal one.
These will be the first tablets from Samsung with a high refresh rate screen. They will use the upgraded S Pen from the Note20 duo to boot.
The physically rotating bezel is back.
The upcoming foldable will be officially revealed on August 5.
Also features a completely revamped UI and a new fully articulating touchscreen.
The budget iPhone 12 will feature an LCD panel.
The Nokia 2.4 leaked in some detail, we only have the broad strokes for the Nokia 6.3 and 7.3. There’s a fourth model in the works too.
Improved thermals, performance and power efficiency.
The device will share plenty of similarities to the 2019 version but will offer improved hardware.
The company acknowledged as much during its earnings call.
This has really been a very long time in the making.
Most of the key specs are identical to the Red Magic 5G.
The new Mi 10 Pro+ was developed alongside Qualcomm and will offer unprecedented GPU control.
A Xiaomi running a non-Plus Snapdragon 865 just hit 680k on AnTuTu.
Performance is on par with the Exynos S20 Ultra.
The update is coming alongside the July security update.
This is the third phone announcement for next Monday.
The screen is the major upgrade over the Black Shark 3, which topped out at 90 Hz. The 3S also has faster RAM and storage.
Samsung could also drop its Galaxy Apps Store.
A new official teaser video also reveals more of the new gaming phoneâs specs.
Don’t confuse this with the Reno4 Pro model that launched in China. It upgrades the global Reno3 Pro with better performance across the board.