Latest Smartphone News Updates of the Day (Thursday, September 30, 2021)

2021-09-30 11:22:14

In this article, Mobile57 is reporting all the latest happenings about Smartphones, Tablets, Wearables, and mobile technology News of Thursday, 30th September 2021, in the tech industry.

Latest Launch News:

Motorola Tab G20 unveiled

After rumors and buzz, Motorola introduced Tab G20. The tablet comes with an 8in TDDI LCD Display, HD+ resolution, Helio P22T processor, and 5100mAh battery. Buyers can get 3GB RAM and 32GB Storage.

Poco C31 announced with 4GB RAM and Helio G35 chip

Poco C31 is a rebadged Poco C3 with a difference of fingerprint reader presence.  Apart from this, Poco C31 arrives in Royal Blue and Shadow Grey, newer color options. The specs sheet includes a 6.53-inch HD+ display, Helio G35 chipset, and 5000 mAh battery. There are two RAM and ROM options, 3GB/4GB and 32GB/64GB. It is a 4G mobile, capable of running Android 10 OS.

Vivo X70 series Launched in India

The X70 lineup consists of three smartphones including a standard, a Pro, and a Pro Plus version. They have already arrived in China, and now it’s India term.

The vanilla Vivo X70 and X70 Pro have a 6.56-inch Super AMOLED display, Full HD resolution, and 120H resolution. The standard has Dimensity 1200 chip while the Pro gets Exynos 1080 chipset. Both pack 12GB RAM. Even they have the same 32MP selfie camera but still they have some differences in the back camera setup. Vivo X70 has a 40MP wide, 12MP telephoto, and 12MP ultrawide sensor. It is eligible for 4k video rec and enables EIS. On the other hand, the X70 Pro offers 50MP wide, 8MP periscope, 12MP telephoto, and 12MP ultrawide. The Pro allows 8K shooting and supports EIS as well as OIS.

The most premium version, Vivo X70 Pro+ surpasses in every department. There is a 6.78-inch QHD+ display by Super AMOLED, Snapdragon 888+ chipset, and 12GB RAM packed in Vivo X70 Pro+. It has almost the same camera setup as of X70 Pro, but the only difference is 48MP ultrawide (instead of 12MP). Three smartphones have battery capacities as follows, 4400mAh (44W) for standard, 4450mAh (44W) for Pro, and 4500mAh (55W) for Pro Plus. All of them have a 32MP selfie camera and 5G connectivity.

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Huawei Mate 50 Series May Launch In October

According to GSMArena, a report from Display Supply Chain Consultants, predicted Huawei Mate 50 lineup to be official next month. Another analyst via Fast Technology also claimed the same October 2021 announcement for Huawei Mate 50 series. Huawei has scheduled a global launch event taking place in Vienna, Austin on October 21. But the brand has not confirmed it to be Mate 50 announcement.

Huawei Amazfit GTR 3 And GTS 3 to launch on October 12

Huawei has confirmed via invitation card that it will be holding an event on 12th October for the Amazfit wearable launch. This year's launch is likely to bring Amazfit GTR 3 and GTS 3 smartwatches. Rumors said that Huawei Amazfit watches 2021 will carry a heart rate sensor, 5ATM water-resistant, and 440mAh battery. The rest of the specs you will get to know after the unveiling.

OnePlus 9 RT passed through the 3C Certification

Rumors and leaks are spilling for OnePlus 9 RT. With a model number OnePlus MT2110, the handset has just passed through China’s 3C regulatory. Before it, the OnePlus 9 RT with the same name MT2210 got listed in the Bureau of India Commission. One thing is clear that the OnePlus 9 RT is gearing up to enter China and India. The 3C certificate disclosed that MT2110 would have 5G connectivity and 65W Fast Charge. The brand has not stated anything officially. We expect OnePlus 9 RT to launch in October.

iPhone 14 Mini to be replaced with iPhone 14 Max

As per the latest news from GizmoChina, Apple will replace iPhone 14 Mini version with a 6.7-inch large iPhone 14 Max. Yeah, it is larger than the standard iPhone and smaller than the iPhone Pro Max version.

An earlier report also said Apple iPhone 14 Series to Have Significant Design Changes. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is working on comprehensive designs, and the iPhone 14 series will be completey redesigned. Apple has a lot of time to work on more designs. It is not the first time when we got such news. Before this, tipster Jon Prosser claimed iPhone to abandon notch design in 2022. The Prosser expected iPhone 14 to adopt a punch-hole display. Take it with a pinch of salt, as the brand did not confirm any change in design.

Samsung removed support pages for Galaxy S21 FE on the official site

A recent report from South Korea DDaily News claimed that Samsung has entirely canceled the launch of Galaxy S21 FE. The handset was said to arrive in October 2021. But the source cited that the chip shortage and impressive sales of Galaxy Z Flip resulted in the cancellation of the S21 Fan Edition. The chipset shortage causes to cut down devices in their launch list.

Samsung Galaxy A73 to get 108MP Camera

Samsung is allegedly working on Galaxy A73, a mid-range Smartphone. According to a recent report from SamMobile, the Galaxy A73 will have four cameras. The primary lens is said to be a 108MP ISOCEL HM2 sensor. It will also bring Optical Image Stabilization for professional video recording. Samsung A73 is likely to launch either by Q4 2021 or early in 2022.

Others:

Realme 5 Pro And Realme XT Getting Android 11 Update

Realme is rolling out Android 11 OS update for Realme 5 Pro and Realme XT. The OTA update brings Realme UI 2.0 interface. The firmware version for Realme 5 Pro is RMX1971EX_11.F.0 and the Realme XT has a firmware version RMX1921EX_11.F.03. The owners of 5 Pro and XT should check the update manually in the settings.

Samsung A30s, A50, And Galaxy M51 Receiving September Security Patch

The Korean brand Samsung is rolling out new software updates for Galaxy A30s, Galaxy A50, and Galaxy M51. The OTA brings September 2021 security patch. Three Samsung mobiles have firmware versions A307GUBU4CUH6, A505GUBS9CUH2, and M515FXXS3CUI1, respectively. The update will first hit Argentina, Panama, Tobago, Trinidad, France, Germany, Poland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Slovakia, Romania, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Baltic, and Nordic Regions. You should check the update in settings manually.