Week 2 in review: Apple iPhone 9 renders, 120Hz Samsung Galaxy S20 family and CES 2020
Last week was pretty eventful, thanks to CES 2020, which was one of the better editions of the show in recent years. A few new TCL phones under its own and the Alcatel brands and an interesting hidden display concept in the aptly named OnePlus Concept One device.
Far from both the Las Vegas show floor and official status, many of you wanted to see the iPhone 9 renders showing its retro iPhone 8-inspired design.
The Huawei P40 Pro and Xperia 5 also popped-up online last week, revealing different levels of detail abut themselves. So did the Xiaomi Mi 10, OnePlus 8 Lite and the Google Pixel 4a. All early rumors, of course, meant to be taken with a pinch of salt. Still, plenty of exciting devices to look forward to.
As for fresh new announcements - after a tidal wave of leaks and rumors, the Realme X50 5G finally went official with a 120Hz screen. It wasn't the only new phone by Realme this week either - the 5i arrived with quad-camera, 5,000 mAh handset a price tag of just over $120.
The iPhone SE 2 could end up being released as the iPhone 9.
Well, mostly flat - certainly nothing as curved as the Horizon Display on the Mate 30 Pro. There are even hardware keys on the side.
It sports a 6.6" OLED panel.
This feature acts as an ND-filter for taking photos in bright sunlight and makes a wonderful tool for mobile photography.
The report cites a reliable source and the entire S20 lineup will feature smooth displays.
It's aimed at businesses, especially ones that have employees out in wet, cold conditions. It launches at the end of the month.
The Snapdragon 865 chipset is the obvious explanation.
The X50 5G will go on a limited sale today, starting at CNY 2,999.
The TCL 10 5G will be powered by latest 5G-enabled Snapdragon 7-Series chipset.
There’s a new Sky Blue option for a lot of the cases that we’ve not seen before. Perhaps there’s a Sky Blue S20 coming?
The phone will be the first non-flagship device from the company since 2015.
The design follows the premium Pixel 4 with a square camera hump, but the sole camera on it makes it look weird.
The company failed to pen a deal with government authorities.
The phone has a wide and an ultra wide camera, which can shoot video together. The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 665 chipset.
The display extends from 6" to 8".
It's not Galaxy Fold 2, it's Galaxy Bloom, because... Lancome.
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