Samsung is finally launching the Galaxy S22 next week, and unsurprisingly these past seven days have been marked by even more leaks, leaving practically nothing to the imagination. We got images of the phones, promo pictures and even some early benchmarks.
The Korean giant is also expected to unveil the Galaxy Tab S8 lineup at the Unpacked event and we got several leaks on the three-strong tablet team as well.
Motorola delivered a stylus-packing smartphone of its own with Moto G Stylus 2022. Not quite in the same league as the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the Moto certainly has an intriguing specs sheet for its price tag.
Meanwhile, Tecno launched yet another affordable device, called Spark 8C. Realme set a date for the debut of the 9 Pro series , confirmed the Pro+ model will have a back panel that changes colors.
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The Galaxy S21 will be smaller than its predecessor, the S22 Ultra is changing too (to accommodate the S Pen.
It’s appearing on both Android and iOS devices.
It will look a lot like the current Galaxy A52 series.
The Galaxy Tab S8 series is now all but fully revealed.
The FCC certified it with a charger like that.
And no, you won’t get a 25W charger in the retail package – those are sold separately.
The phone comes with a 6.6″ LCD of 90Hz refresh rate.
The brand’s first 5G phone will run a Dimensity 900, have a 5,000mAh battery, 48MP camera.
The two unreleased flagships were tested on a popular benchmarking app.
Also in attendance will be the Redmi Smart Band Pro and the Redmi Smart TV X43.
The flip folding phone will arrive before the end of September as part of the Find series.
The chances of this becoming a real device are not great – mini is just not a popular form factor for smartphones.
The company previously confirmed it will be powered by the Dimensity 920 SoC.
Prices are high, but the tablets are all packing top-tier specs.
Google’s popular smartphone has been out of stock for a while.
The S22 and S22+ may be available a month after their announcement.
Cupertino urges Senate to reject an antitrust bill that will allow iPhone users to download apps not on App Store.
An improved antenna design and a lighter body for every athlete type.
A stylus wielding phone for $299.
A successor to last year’s Nokia G20 is coming.