The biggest story of the week was our exclusive scoop on the upcoming Infinix GT 10 Pro – a gaming phone from Infinix for the Indian market. It will launch in early August with a semi-transparent design, 108MP camera, Dimensity chipset and Android 13.
ZTE had two launches. The nubia Red Magic 8S Pro will become official outside of China, with shipments starting on August 3rd. The phone will start at $650/€650/£580/S$910/MX$14,100.
Another ZTE announcement was the nubia Z50S Pro with a 35mm main camera, 50MP ultrawide with 2.5cm macro capability, and 80mm telephoto zoom. The Nubia is currently only on sale in China, starting with the 12/256GB configuration for CNY 3,700 ($515/€460/₹42,250).
The Google Pixel 8 Pro is back in the news, this time in the form of a specification iteration. The Pixel 8 Pro will have a 6.7-inch QHD+ LTPO OLED, 120Hz refresh rate, a Tensor G3 chipset with a Titan co-processor, 12GB of RAM, 128GB or 256GB of storage, and a 4,950mAh wired battery with 27W charging. Camera-wise, the Pro packs a 50MP main camera, a 64MP ultrawide and a 48MP telephoto — with an 11MP camera for selfies.
It’s been the same for the past week. Stay tuned for what’s to come.
Feast your eyes on this semi-transparent beast!
We’re still months away from its unveiling, and there’s nothing we don’t already know about it.
Open sales will begin in August. The 8S Pro will be available through Red Magic’s own online store and Amazon.
The phone has a 125mm telephoto lens and a 12mm ultra-wide/macro lens. It has a large 6.78″ 120Hz AMOLED display and a 5,100mAh battery with 80W charging.
Yes, it’s the flagship of next year’s iPhone.
This will be the second phone with 24GB RAM. The Ace 2 Pro is expected to launch later this month.
Open sales of the new phone have started in North America, Europe and Australia, and it is on pre-order in South America and the Asia-Pacific region.
Samsung will launch these products on July 26.
Based on the leak, the new buds will be smaller and lighter than the XM4 TWS buds and will feature longer battery life and improved ANC.
There was already a Realme C53, which had a 50MP main camera. The new model is up for pre-order with early bird deals in effect.
Details about Xiaomi’s small flagship are trickling in, and it looks like a number of upgrades are in store.
Expect the Galaxy Watch6 at 40/44mm and the Watch6 Classic at 43/47mm – with Wi-Fi and LTE.
The international variant of the premier gaming phone has arrived.
This time the cutout will be in the middle.
Supported devices must be running Android 13-based One UI 5.1 or later.
The Slate starts at Rs 19,999 for 6/128GB in Inspiration Green.
The phone is expected to arrive in December.
The reason is related to Apple’s quest to reduce bezels.
It is rumored to launch in China in December 2023 before its international debut.
This was a first release, factory sealed unit that exceeded the expected $50,000-$100,000 selling price.
A beta has been available since April, but this is a stable version.
You’d expect the internal screen to break, but you’d be wrong.
The Android app for the same was posted on the Play Store earlier and revealed the service’s planned speed and pricing.
This slate is thinner, lighter and more powerful than last year’s Y700.
The phone will appear alongside the Realme C53.