Week 18 in review: Amazfit watches and Infinix phone leak
The first week of May was a realatively calm one when it comes to actual announcements, meaning the best read stories on our website focused on leaks instead.
As a testiment to the growing popularity of Infinix, the leak of its upcoming Note phone gathered the most interest, follwed by an extensive early reveal of Amazfit's upcoming smartwatches.
Meanwhile Samsung unveiled a new UFS standard that will enable even faster storage for the smartphones of the future. The Korean company also launched a new series of microSD cards, but those are hardly designed with smartphones as their first priority as microSD card slots are increasingly rare these days.
Staying with Samsung we completed a video walkthrough of the latest OneUI 4.1 and you guys seem to really like it.
vivo introduced its T1 and T1 Pro smartphones, which are dopplegangers to the previously launched iQOO Z6 44W and Z6 Pro.
Finally, Google's upcoming Pixel smartphones are appearing in more and more rumors, which help up put together a clearer picture of what to expect.
That's it for this week. See you next one!
This will be a major upgrade over the regular Note 12 that launched last week. It had a 50MP main camera and supported 33W charging.
A successor in the rugged T-Rex series and a more premium watch with a titanium body and sapphire glass screen.
Affordable compared to the competition, that is.
We go through what's different and what's new in Samsung's latest iteration of its Android skin.
The 256GB Pro Endurance card can provide 16 years of non-stop recording time.
Users are advised to switch to the regular YouTube app or at least youtube.com via browser.
And a similar-sized inner folding display, compared to the Galaxy Z Fold4.
Realme's fastest charging smartphone has arrived at our office for a full review.
It will be a successor to the Redmi Note 10 Pro.
The company has also increased the group size and file transfer size.
Mass production is expected to kick off in Q3 of this year.
Reports are the Chinese maker changed the design of the circuit width.
The phone is a dual-cam entry device with Snapdragon 480.
It shouldn't be too long now before the Nord 2T goes official.
The design seems incredibly similar to that of the Pixel 6 Pro.
It should come in at over 2-inches in diagonal.
It won't bring an UD camera like the Axon 40 and Axon 40 Ultra.
The T1 Pro 5G packs 66W charging, while the T1 tops out at 44W.
The update comes with a refreshed UI, new features, and April 2022 Android security patch.
Never mind that the Reno7 Lite is already available in Europe and that it is already a rebranded Reno7 Z.
Rumor has it that it will be unveiled in July, but the specs sound suspiciously close to the 10R.
Nine out of ten benchmarked flagships run the Qualcomm platform.
It's rumored to come with the Dimensity 1300 SoC.
It will be powered by the Snapdragon 695 SoC and feature a 50MP primary camera with OIS.
The main reason is the resurging COVID restrictions in China.
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