Week 8 in review: MWC is coming, Xperia 5 V surfaces, iPhone 15 renders are here
Welcome to another week's recap. The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona kicks off tomorrow, but the first announcements are already rolling in - here's what to expect.
The Samsung Galaxy A54 and A34 are coming soon, and we got another specs leak. The Galaxy A54 will ship with a 6.4-inch 120Hz OLED panel and an Exynos 1380 SoC with up to 8GB of RAM. The Samsung Galaxy A34, on the other hand, is rumored to run on a Dimensity 1080 chip with up to 8GB RAM.
The Sony Xperia 5 V (yes, five five) dropped by Geekbench, revealing its 16GB of RAM paired with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
We also got a few renders of the iPhone 15 Pro, which will have a slightly more rounded design, USB-C, the same Dynamic Island, and a new hero color - Dark Red.
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The Galaxy A54 is rumored to feature an upgraded Exynos 1380 SoC.
Motorola's phone take on Lenovo's ThinkPad is surprisingly good.
This is a rather early leak, but the Xperia 5 V seems to be matching today's SD8 Gen 2 phones.
The reason could be Samsung Keyboard, users online suggest.
The vanilla iPhone 15 will get a 6.2-inch display, an updated pill-shaped cutout and a USB-C port.
The third X5 phone is now up on the IMDA website.
Are these LED strips or part of a new active cooling system?
The company is in talks with TSMC to manufacture it.
It's expected to debut in a Galaxy A54 soon.
Its owner received it as a gift from her friends over fifteen years ago but never bothered to use the device.
The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will get light blue and pink options.
The phone is already up on vivo Malaysia’s website.
The phone will launch officially on March 1 in India.
YouTube may be shifting some of its strategies to capture more YouTube Premium subscribers.
It will remain playable on devices it is already installed even after the delisting.
This will definitely be a phone focused on photography.
We all knew it was just a matter of time, didn't we?
It will open up into a landscape view.
Like Realme's GT Neo5, this one needs under 10 minutes to go from a flat to a full charged battery. The sprint to 20% takes only less than a minute and a half.
Basically that entire part of the phone is all-screen.
It's a small update that focuses on bumping up the security patch as the flagship trio launched with the old January 2023 patch.
No word on the A73 yet, but that one isn't available in the country, so we will have to wait until the rollout expands to more regions.
Open sales in India start on February 28.
It comes in two colors and features a removable battery.
But the Galaxy Z Fold6 just might.
- 26 Feb 2023
The A series should use 782G or 7 Gen 1.