The chipset that may power part of the Galaxy S24 lineup next year surfaced. It’s the Exynos 2400 and it has a 10-core processor with a Cortex-X4 core running at 3.1GHz, two Cortex-A720 at up to 2.9GHz, another three Cortex-A720 running up to 2.6GHz, and four Cortex-A520 at up to 1.8GHz. It will also feature an upgraded Xclipse 940 GPU boasting twice as many graphics compute units with AMD’s RDNA 2 tech.
In other Galaxy S24 Ultra news, it will be able to reach a peak brightness of over 2,200 nits – up from the 1,750 nits of the current Ultra.
Finally, rumor has it the Galaxy S24 Ultra will switch to a flat screen, similar to what the vanilla Galaxy S phones did. This will surely polarize fans – many will love the move, and many will surely bemoan it.
The Apple iPhone 15 Pro models will not come in Gold but rather the new Titan Gray colorway. And, per reports, the 15 Pro Max will reportedly be delayed. Shipments are rumored to begin in October.
The Infinix Zero 30 5G will be available for pre-order starting on September 2. It will pack a 50MP selfie camera, 12GB of RAM, IP53 water resistance, and cool Rome Green and Golden Hour colorways. Upfront it will have a 6.78-inch AMOLED of 144Hz refresh rate.
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A huge improvement in the GPU department also awaits.
It’s unclear what will sear your retinas the most: the sun-like brightness or the vintage bezels.
New dimensions suggest so.
The much-anticipated device should be the cheapest S23 out there.
The analyst predicted deliveries will begin four weeks later than expected.
It will pack a 144Hz AMOLED screen and feature a 50MP selfie camera.
A huge battery too, a periscope zoom camera, and a new main sensor.
The cable is longer and thicker than current Lightning cables that come with new iPhones, but charging will probably be limited to the same speed as before.
It also features a less capable Mali G715 GPU.
Sony says the device will not support PlayStation Plus Premium cloud game streaming service.
It’s coming soon with a focus on premium camera capabilities at a low price.
That’s a promise of 4 major Android updates and 5 years of security updates.
Even without 5G connectivity, Huawei’s Mate X3 is selling like a hot cake in China.
This new device is essentially a toned-down version of the Realme 11 5G.
Yes, the company is really offering a custom design for an unreleased smartphone.
It is called Beeper, and while in Beta, it is the first to bring Google’s SMS alternative to iOS.
The Realme Buds Air 5 are also going to appear on stage.
The phone will use the non-overclocked version of Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
The G3x Gen 2 promises PC-level-like performance and 5G connectivity for gaming on the go.
Gold and purple will be gone, the latter making way for a dark blue.
It brings a Snapdragon 685 chipset, a 50MP main cam and a 5,000 mAh battery with 33W charging.
Think of it as the global variant of the Redmi K60 Ultra.
We got to spend some time with the iQOO Z7 Pro 5G ahead of its launch on August 31.
Nothing OS 2.0.2a now rolling out to all Phone (2) devices globally.
The budget tablet series is coming later this year.