It’s time to stay well informed of everything that has happened and most importantly in the past few days in another edition of TC . dutyour weekly “newspaper” where we separate the week’s best news so you can stay on top of everything in one place.
In this week’s edition, we commented on a leaked Xiaomi 12 Ultra data sheet, new hands-on with alleged iPhone 14 lineups, Galaxy S20 series screen issues, Telegram Premium announcement, Xbox and Bethesda conference highlights, and rumors of a cheaper Galaxy S21 FE launch .
Did you miss any of this news? Then keep scrolling down to see what happened.
Xiaomi 12 Ultra . tech newspaper leaked
The Xiaomi 12 Ultra is expected to be the most powerful Xiaomi phone of 2022 and it has been rumored since last year. From its looks, even if it has some significant news like improved cameras from Leica and a new Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset, the flagship It might end up leaving something to be desired in your upload speed Compared to Xiaomi 12 Pro.
According to recently published information, the charging of Xiaomi 12 Ultra may be limited to 67W, while already Xiaomi 12 Pro and even some Xiaomi intermediaries reach 120W. It is not known why this is, but most likely Xiaomi preferred to include a very large battery, which limits the charging speed for security reasons.
Other mentioned details include a triple camera with 50 MP main, 48 MP ultrawide and 48 MP telephoto periscope, ToF sensor for portrait mode assist, laser focus assist, and a 20 MP front camera in an aperture centered on the screen.
The RAM will be LPDDR5 in 8 or 12 GB options, while the storage will be UFS 3.1 in 128 or 256 GB sizes. The Xiaomi 12 Ultra will have a 5,000mAh battery, with the aforementioned 67W wired charging and 50W wireless charging when compatible wireless bases are used.
It is not yet known when the device will be announced by Xiaomi, but it should not be long.
Galaxy S20 line had screen problems again
It’s not new that Samsung is chasing reports from users about their device’s screen problems, something that is only getting more serious with the recurring “green screen” condition on several models. It seems that South Korea already has A new cause for concernBecause the Galaxy S20 line appears to be the latest with a display glitch.
According to the comments on various forums, models of the 2020 flagship family display a green or pink vertical line that cuts the screen from edge to edge, and it is not possible to determine the source of the problem. Also, in some cases, the font begins to expand to other areas of the screen until it becomes completely unusable.
As Samsung has not yet commented on this, users who have seen the error are left to seek technical assistance to try to change the display at no cost, which probably won’t be easy as most of the devices are out of service. Legal guarantee.
Premium Official Telegram
In an official statement Released by the founder of Telegram, the platform has announced a new subscription plan for those who want to get additional features.
Among the advantages is the ability to send larger files, exclusive stickers and reactions, which can also be used by users for free on the platform if they receive such items from a premium subscriber.
No release date has been set for Telegram Premium or the price that will be charged for the subscription, but previous rumors say the value should be around $5 per month, or roughly 25 riyals.
Line iPhone 14 appears in action
Apple will reveal its iPhone 14 lineup in September, and every week we see more and more clues on what to expect from the four new models. Now another one Hands-on video with possible prototypes From the family, enhancing the final look with a new notch and pill slot on Pro models, and a design similar to the iPhone 13 on cheaper models.
Since it’s a video that focuses heavily on the visual part, since it’s nothing more than 3D templates created based on the many leaks that have flooded the internet in recent weeks, we don’t have any entirely new information, but it’s good to see that everything is moving forward. The same path, making it clear that we can finally face the final version of the family.
Xbox & Bethesda Showcase Highlights
Last Sunday, Microsoft hosted the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase event, which, as the name suggests, was focused on bringing all the news the studio could see to Xbox platforms in the coming months.
Since the list of titles is massive and I’d just ask for a video to talk about it, let’s go over to a quick recap: Naraka: Bladepoin, The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle, Forza Horizon 5: Hot Wheels, Sea of Thieves – Season 7 arriving in 2022, A Plague Tale : Requiem, Grounded, As Dusk Falls, Fallout 76 Expeditions: The Pitt, Overwatch 2, High on Life, Gunfire Reborn, Persona 5 Royal, Scorn, Pentiment and Microsoft Flight Simulator 40th Anniversary Edition. Some of them arrive via Game Pass, and some don’t.
For 2023, the list includes Lightyear Frontier, Diablo 4, Redfall, Starfield, Forza Motorsport, Minecraft Legends, Ara: History Untold, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, Flintlock, Riot Games (which includes League of Legends, Valorant, and more), ARK 2, Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden, Ereban: Shadow Legacy, Ravenlok, The Last Case of Benedict Fox and Cocoon. Again, some arrive via Game Pass and some don’t.
More details about the titles, including their respective release dates and trailers, can be found at A full agenda for the event.
Galaxy S21 FE could get a cheaper version
It looks like Samsung is considering releasing a file A cheaper version of the Galaxy S21 FEwhose main change will be the exchange of a better processor – which could be the Exynos 2100 or Snapdragon 888, depending on the country – for the Snapdragon 720G mid-range chip.
With this, the cell phone will lose access to 5G networks, which will also help reduce its cost even more. On the other hand, other features such as the look inherited from the S21 line, IP68 certification, stereo sound and a 120Hz AMOLED display should be preserved, making the Galaxy S21 FE 4G an interesting option in the mid-range.
The new model is slated to launch on June 30, according to European retailers, but its pricing has yet to be commented on.
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