In this article, Mobile57 is reporting all the latest happenings about Smartphones, Tablets, Wearables, and mobile technology News of Monday, 6th September 2021, in the tech industry.
Latest Launch News:
ZTE has unveiled its new flagship, Nubia Red Magic 6S Pro. There is no standard version (6S) but a Transparent Back Edition called Ghost. The gaming smartphone comes with lots of improvements. One of the key highlights is ICE 7.0 cooling system, which brings Phase Change Materials and prevents device from heat-up. An active cooling fan spins at 20,000 rpm to further cool down.
Red Magic 6S Pro is a powerful device, having Snapdragon 888+ chipset and 18GB RAM (yeah, for the larger memory variant). Ample storage of 512GB can save everything you wish for. Another option is 8GB RAM and 128GB Storage. The handset extracts the power from a 4500mAh battery and enables 120W Fast Charge.
This magical device has a multi-finger touch sampling rate of 720 Hertz and a display refresh rate of 120 Hertz. A 6.8inch AMOLED screen gives 700 peak brightness and Full HD+ resolution.
OSCAL, a newly emerged Smartphone brand, has introduced its first handset, named OSCAL C20. It is one of the cheapest phones in the market. The brand focuses on design, as the device looks like a clone of iPhone. Oscal C20 is a 3G Smartphone and priced at $99. Currently, it is available on sale for $49.99. Buyers can choose from four beautiful colors - Airy Blue, Apple Green, Lavender Purple, and Midnight Black.
Talking about specs, Oscal C20 runs on Android 11 Go Edition. The handset offers a 6.088-inch HD Display, Unisoc SC7731E chipset, quad-core processor, 1GB RAM, and 32GB Storage. The battery is 3380 mAh, lasting 24 hours of music play, 4 hours of gaming, 8 hours of browsing, 5 hours of video streaming.
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Xiaomi is sending invitation to press media. The global launch event is taking place on September 15, so save the date to enjoy live streams. Speculations are Xiaomi would unveil Xiaomi 11T series and 120W HyperCharge support. The new line of flagship includes Xiaomi 11T and 11T Pro. Both will have Snapdragon 888 processor and a 120Hz Display.
Realme has officially confirmed via Twitter that the upcoming Realme Pad will sport a 10.4 inches WUXGA+ display and 1200x2000 pixels resolution. It will have ultra-thin design and will arrive in at least two colors including Gold and Grey. Realme Pad is coming on September 9, 2021.
Thanks to Realme Weibo, the brand has just confirmed an imminent launch of Realme GT Neo 2. No clues about the exact date, but rumors suggest it to launch later this month. According to rumors, Realme GT Neo2 will bring a 120Hz display, Snapdragon 870 chip, and up to 12GB RAM. A 65W Fast Charge may support a 4500mAh battery.
As we reported earlier, Vivo will unveil Vivo X70 series on 9th September. The series may include a standard version, X70 Pro, and X70 Pro Plus version. But as per the latest report from GizmoChina, Vivo S10e will also launch at the same time alongside the X70 lineup. Not only this, the same source suggested Vivo S1 will have a Vivo V1 ISP chip. This will improve photography and video recording. You can expect Dimensity 900 SoC and up to 12GB RAM from Vivo S10e.
Earlier rumors were suggesting iPhone 13 to feature Satellite Communication (LEO) for emergencies. The LEO would allow users, without any cellular coverage, to send short emergency text and SOS signals via iMessages. The latest report claims that iPhone 13 LEO feature will be available in selected countries. What we can say is that Apple's selection for Satellite Communication must include the brand’s home country like the USA and even possibly certain European countries too.
iPhone 13 is reportedly coming on 14th September. However, none of the official Apple spokespersons confirmed this.
Nokia G50 5G spotted on TENAA. The render images revealed a notched display and a triple camera module on the back. As per specifications, the TENAA listing disclosed SD480 chipset and 4GB RAM – assuring it is a mid-ranger. It is said to come in three colors, Forest Black, Blue, and Sand.
In our previous news, we told about the Samsung support page for Galaxy M22 in Russia. Today, rumors are suggesting Galaxy M22 launch this week. Some are speculating the date of September 9 for this purpose. It is the same day Vivo and Realme are going to launch their products.
Realme 8S is just three days away from unveiling. The handset went through Geekbench performance test. The single-core and multi-core scores are respectively 609 and 1803. The benchmark disclosed Android 11 OS, Dimensity 810 chipset, and 8GB RAM. If this is not enough, say thanks to Promo leaks, Realme 8S will offer a 90Hz display, 64MP camera setup, and 33W Dart Charge. Two RAM variants are 6GB and 8GB, accompanying a constant 128GB storage. Blue and Purple color options will be given. Bear in mind, Realme 8S will allow 5G networking and hence it will cost a higher price tag.
The promo material also revealed Realme 8i specs. The affordable mobile will have Helio G96 processor, 120Hz display, and 50MP AI camera setup. RAM and ROM are 4GB + 64GB and 6GB + 128GB. Realme 8i will arrive in Black and Purple body colors.
Samsung is working on a successor of Galaxy M51. The upcoming Galaxy M52 5G is now Bluetooth SIG certified. It will support Bluetooth 5.0 version. Previously, we have seen Galaxy M52 passing through China’s 3C authority and Bureau of Indian Standards. According to rumors, M52 will carry a Super AMOLED display and will pack inside a Snapdragon 778 chipset. The selfie camera is likely a 32MP one. Rumors pouring out for three colors Black, Blue, and White. Samsung M52 may offer Knox 3.7 security, Android 11 OS, and 5G bands support. We expect Galaxy M52 to debut this month, September 2021.
It is the first security patch for Samsung Z Flip 3. The firmware version is F711BXXU2AUI1 and it is rolling out in Ireland. Likewise, Galaxy A52 is getting a September security update in India. It has a firmware version A525FXXU4AUH3. Russia becomes the destination for the firmware A725FXXU4AUH2 for Galaxy A72. Samsung is rolling out monthly security for Galaxy smartphones across the world. So whatever the region you belong to, check the Software Update in the setting to see if any update is available for you Samsung phone.