Latest Smartphone News Updates of the Day (Friday, September 10, 2021)

2021-09-10 10:57:35

In this article, Mobile57 is reporting all the latest happenings about Smartphones, Tablets, Wearables, and mobile technology News of Friday, 10th September 2021, in the tech industry.

Latest Launch News:

Samsung Galaxy Wide5 debuts with 64MP Cam and Dimensity 700

Samsung, in collaboration with SK Telecom, released Galaxy Wide5 in South Korea. Yes, it is currently limited to the brand's home country. Samsung Wide5 costs KRW 449,900 that is an exchange rate of $385 for the global market.

Galaxy Wide5 brings a 6.6in Infinity V-notch display, Full HD+ resolution, and Android 11 OS out of the box. It has the model number SM-E426S. The other features include Dimensity 700 chipset, 6GB of RAM, and 64MP Camera setup. Battery ranks at 5000 mAh and allows 15W Fast Charging.

Rumors say that Samsung Wide 5 is a rebranded version of upcoming Galaxy F42 5G, which is likely to launch in India this month.

Lenovo Smart Wireless Earbuds Announced

In our previous report, we told you about the launch of new Lenovo Tab P12 Pro and Tab P11 5G. Recently, Lenovo has introduced Smart Wireless Earbuds. You can connect earbuds to your cell phone via Bluetooth. Active Noise Cancellation improves music listening experience. It has USB Type C, Qi Wireless Charging, and IPX4 water resistant rating. Lenovo Smart Wireless Earbuds give 25 hours battery life.

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iPhone 13 color and storage options leaked ahead of launch

According to an iPhone Retailer in Ukraine, iPhone 13 will arrive in six colors including Black, Blue, Purple, Pink, Red, and White. As far as memory is concerned, iPhone 13 will launch in 128GB and 256G storage variant. The iPhone 13 Mini will also be available in 64GB, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max will offer a 512GB variant. Get ready for the 14th September Apple Event.

Oppo A11s Could Launch Soon

A reputable leakster Evan Blass took Twitter to reveal Oppo A11s key specifications. A 6.5-inch HD+ display is said to get ColorOS 7.2 interface based on Android 10 OS. It will pack Snapdragon 460 chipset with a 1.8GHz prime clock rate. Oppo A11s will have two RAM variants, 4GB and 8GB. The rest of the specs include a 13MP triple camera setup and a 5000mAh battery. The same source suggested that the Oppo A11s is coming soon in China. Its global launch date is still mysterious, and we also have no confirmation whether it will launch globally or not.

Oppo K9 Pro passed through China Telecom

Earlier, Oppo K9 Pro was spotted on TENAA. This time the same Smartphone emerged on China Telecom. It has the model number PEYM00. The handset will have a 6.43-inch AMOLED display and Full HD+ resolution. Buyers will get a 64MP primary camera, 16MP selfie shooter, and Dimensity 1200 processor. The source also revealed a 4500mAh battery, compatible with 65W Fast Charge. Oppo K9 Pro will arrive in 8GB and 12GB RAM variants. The actual release date and pricing scheme are mysterious.

Infinix Zero X and Zero X Play made appearance on Google Play Console

Rumors were expecting three Infinix smartphones, Zero X, Zero X Pro, and Zero X Neo. One of them, the Neo version, was already spotted on Play Console last month, and the left two finally got the chance. Model numbers for three Infinix mobiles are as follows, X6811B (for Zero X), X6811 (for Zero X Pro), and X6810 (for Zero X Neo edition). The list revealed that all of them have AMOLED screens. Regarding Zero X and Pro model, they will offer Full HD+ content, Android 11 OS, Helio G96 SoC, and up to 8GB RAM. Some other reports suggested the Zero X Pro to have 120Hz refresh rate and 108-Megapixel Camera. It is likely to bring 5000mAh battery and 40W Fast Charging.

Motorola Moto E30 Specs leaked via Geekbench listing

Moto E30 is codenamed as Cyprus. Recently, the Geekbench listing of Motorola E30 revealed the key specifications. Receiving 305 scores in single-core test and 762 scores in multi-core test, Moto E30 has 2GB of RAM and Unisoc T606 chipset. It is running on Android 11 Go edition. The setup confirmed that the Moto 30 is an entry level device. As per rumors, Motorola mobile will bring 6.5-inch display, 32GB storage, and 13MP dual camera setup for photography.

Samsung Galaxy M52 5G renders leaked

Some renders of Galaxy M52 5G has published by MySmartPrice. The leaked images shows a centered punch hole selfie camera on the display and a triple vertically aligned camera setup on the back. Fingerprint Scanner is placed on the right side alongside volume keys. A Gorilla Glass 5 protects the front. The same source disclosed that Samsung M52 will flaunt a 6.7-inch 1080p display, 120Hz refresh rate, and Snapdragon 778 processor. It further revealed a 32MP front cam, 64MP photo sensor, and 8GB RAM along with 128GB Storage. Of course, Android 11 OS will come pre-installed. Unluckily, it will support only a 15W fast charge – resulting in awkward long charging duration. We expect the Galaxy M52 5G to launch either by September or October 2021.

Nokia G50 5G passes certification in Thailand

Nokia G50 5G is gearing up for a global launch. We have already seen Nokia G50 passing through certification in China, Russia, UK, Australia, and this time in Thailand. The Nokia mobile has a model number TA-1361. The Nokia G50 5G will carry 6.82inch HD Display, 48MP main sensor, Snapdragon 480 chip, and starting 2GB RAM (upgradable to 4, 6, 8 GB). Likely, the color options are Blue and Sand. Seeing this rapid fast certification and documentation across the world, we can assume that the Nokia G50 launch is imminent.


Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 getting September software update

The update weighs in at 160.05 MB and has a firmware version R8**XXU1BUI5. If you are Galaxy Watch 4 owner, check the update manually in the software settings. You can download and install it via OTA. It may take time to reach certain Watch 4 users, as the update is rolling out in phases. Some countries get it in first wave and some in second or third and so on. Samsung Watch 4 September update improves virtual touch bezel feature and other bug fixes.