The Xiaomi 12 Ultra is finally coming. It will be called the Xiaomi 12S Ultra and may not leave China, but it’s so exciting we can’t wait to see it.
In fact Xiaomi will unveil multiple 12S series phones on Monday and the Ultra will premiere a 1-inch type Sony IMX989 image sensor.
The Nothing phone (1) was once again making rounds this week. Nothing confirmed that it would pack a Snapdragon 778G+ chipset, while a leaked listing revealed that it could start at €470 in Europe. The Indian price will reportedly be INR 31,000 for the 8/128GB and INR 32,000 for 8/256GB.
Two names we’ve kind of forgotten in mobile tech revealed new phones – Nokia and HTC.
Nokia’s G11 Plus brings a 50MP main camera, 6.51-inch HD+ 90Hz display and 3-day battery life, courtesy of a 5,050mAh battery. Still, the pricing and availability of the Nokia G11 Plus are unknown at this point.
HTC’s Desire 22 Pro debuted with a Snapdragon 695 chipset, 4,520mAh battery, and a 6.6-inch 120Hz LCD. HTC Desire 22 Pro comes in gold and black colors and will retail for TWD 11,990 ($404) in Taiwan and €459/£399 in Europe. Open sales in Taiwan start on July 1 via online and offline channels while EU buyers can place their pre-orders today and receive the phone from August 1.
Have a week and see you next time!
The phone might not arrive on the global market though.
There are going to be three prices, for three memory options.
It’s built around a 90Hz screen.
The NFC model tags along.
Carl Pei continues to drip-feed us tidbits about his upcoming device.
A stealthier alternative to the white-colored model.
It can connect to HTCs’ Vive Flow headset and lets you manage digital assets like cryptocurrencies and NFTs directly from the phone.
It includes three smartphones – 12S, 12S Pro, and 12S Ultra.
The latest rugged phone from Samsung offers modern specs and the signature easily replaceable battery.
The unveiling will happen on November 14-17, during the annual Snapdragon Summit.
The selfie snapper might be changing, but the zoom lens on the back won’t.
The Galaxy A23 4G launched in March with a Snapdragon 680.
The Mate 50 series missed its usual launch window last year, but a company VP said that a successor to the Mate 40 is still in the works.
So far the phone has been a T-Mobile exclusive.
New AeroActive cooler incoming.
The device has a Helio G88 chipset and graphite cooling.
We test a pair of vivo X-series flagships and an iQOO 9 Pro with the speedy wireless charger.
The rugged Galaxy is scheduled to launch on July 13.
Both phones are up on JD.com ahead of their announcements next week.
The almost identical pair might be announced alongside the Nothing phone (1).
That’s the price for the 8/128 GB version, the 12/256 GB will be €550.
Expect the very latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset and a 108MP main cam on the Pro model.
A successor to last year’s North America exclusive Nord N200 5G.
Last year the company built a concept phone with 160W charging, this year it released a consumer-ready phone with 120W charging.
The Oppo Watch3 will have three variants and the Band 2 will feature SpO2 and NFC.