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 . dutythe weekly ‘Summary’ where you can see the week’s best news and stay up-to-date with everything in one place.
In this week’s edition, we’ll check out the Realme C30 and Redmi 10 5G launch in Brazil, learn more about manufacturers’ dispute over the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and even see that Apple may finally consider a design change from the iPhone SE.
In addition, it has the Galaxy S23 with some new features and a series of Nokia versions.
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Xiaomi certifies 210W charger and releases MIUI 13.1 . data
xiaomi Obtained the first 210W charger this week. The device has been approved by the Compulsory Certification Authority of China (3C) and this indicates that it can indeed be launched with any smartphone, with some betting on the Xiaomi 13 Ultra.
As far as the company has not commented on the matter, figures revealed by previous tests showed that the 200W charging was able to recharge the Mi 11 battery in just 8 minutes from the socket.
At the moment, the brand is not commenting on the matter, but we already know that it is also preparing to launch MIUI 13.1. According to some sources, as far as running on top of Android 12, the interface will also be released for many smartphones in Included with Android 13 update.
The idea is that the update is distributed gracefully, since MIUI 13.1 only brings bug fixes and stability improvements and ignores any new features.
With this, Xiaomi should buy more time to work on the news of MIUI 14, and the list of devices to be updated is quite extensive and includes models from Xiaomi, Redmi and POCO.
Galaxy S23 should have a little news and Galaxy A04s is announced
Apparently, Samsung liked the Galaxy S22 line so much that it practically It shouldn’t change much when it comes to the Galaxy S23 family.
According to leaker Ice Universe, there will be only one major change: the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. In terms of design, the S23 Ultra will have a slight change in its curvature, but it is clear that the visual formula will remain the same as the current device.
The Ultra model can still offer a 200MP camera with ISOCELL HP2 sensor, but other smartphones should stay in line as they are on current models. At the moment, the company does not comment on the matter.
Samsung still Launched this week Galaxy A04s. Let’s get to the summary: the cheap device hits the market with a 6.5-inch IPS LCD screen at 90Hz, Exynos 850 processor, 50MP main camera, and two 2MP sensors for macro and depth-effect photos.
In addition, we have a 5000 mAh battery and Android 12 with One UI 4.1 Core interface. However, there is still no official price for the device. Therefore, we don’t know if it will really win the consumer’s pocket.
iPhone SE 2023 could be based on iPhone XR
New rumors began to appear that Apple intends to use iPhone XR as the basis for the development of the next generation of iPhone SE. According to famous Jon Prosser, people who work with Apple claim that the days of the iPhone SE with its giant display and home button are “numbered”.
In addition, the screen should go from 4.7 to 6.1 inches, and there are also chances that the iPhone SE 2023 will support Face ID. As for the cameras of the new iPhone SE, Prosser says we will still have a single 12MP (f/1.8) rear sensor, while the front will be 7MP.
Finally, we will also have the traditional chipset upgrade. For now, Apple remains silent about this, but everything indicates that the company should eliminate all options for mobile phones with smaller screens.
That’s because the company should discontinue the Mini model in the iPhone 14 line, which will be introduced next week. In any case, rumor sources say that Apple can keep the price of the iPhone SE at $ 400, or about two thousand riyals.
Realme C30 launched in Brazil
a realme C30 launched in Brazil this week. With a basic design, the C30 has a 6.5-inch IPS LCD display, a Unisoc T612 processor, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, as well as support for memory expansion via a MicroSD card.
The cheap phone still has a 5MP front camera, 8MP back camera, 5000mAh battery and runs Android 11 with realme UI Go. The launch price in Brazil is R$1099, but it was sold for R$799 on the first day of the market.
The Chinese promotion even gave the realme Buds Q wireless headphones as a gift.
Redmi 10 5G arrives in Brazil
Another smartphone introduced in Brazil is the Redmi 10 5G. It has a 6.58-inch IPS LCD screen with a rate of 90Hz, a MediaTek Dimensity 700 platform, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
On the rear set of cameras there is a main lens with a 50-megapixel sensor and a 2-megapixel depth. The Redmi 10 5G still offers a 5,000mAh battery with 18W charging and has a fingerprint reader on the side.
Officially sold on the Xiaomi Brazil website, the Redmi 10 5G costs R$ 2,600 in installments or R$ 2391 in cash.
Xiaomi and Motorola compete for Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
According to the latest rumoursMotorola wants to be the first manufacturer in the world to use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. That is why the company intends to announce the smartphone shortly after the Snapdragon Summit event to be held in November in Hawaii.
Motorola’s idea is to get ahead of Xiaomi, which also wants to be the first to use the new chipset. However, the two companies still need to face another giant in the sector: Samsung.
Some rumors suggest that the Koreans may be the first to introduce a smartphone with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 to the market. That’s because the company has expanded its relationship with Qualcomm to launch the Galaxy S23 line.
This deal may have also given the company some special perks, such as early access to chips. At the moment, none of the mentioned brands are commenting on the matter.
Nokia launched X30 5G, G60 5G, C31, T21 and more
HMD Global has officially launched a series of new products in the global technology market. The company took advantage of the IFA 2022 event and presented three smartphones, a tablet and accessories to the world. All also focus on construction made from recycled materials.
Starting with the Nokia X30 5G, it has a 6.43-inch AMOLED display at 90Hz, a Snapdragon 695 processor, a 50MP main rear camera with OIS, a 4,200mAh battery and 33W charging support.
The Nokia G60 5G has a 6.58-inch IPS LCD display with FHD+ resolution, 120Hz rate, Snapdragon 695 chipset, 50MP main camera, and a 4,500mAh battery with 20W charging.
And for those on a tight budget, there’s the Nokia C31 with a 6.7-inch screen, Unisoc platform, 13MP main camera, IP52 certification, and expandable memory with a MicroSD card.
It also packs a Nokia T21 tablet with a 10.4-inch screen, a Unisoc chipset, 8MP cameras, an 8200mAh battery, and Android 12.
Finally, a headphone and portable speaker were launched. In the case of smartphones, the manufacturer still offers improved support for updates.
Another new to the brand is the “Circular” program, which acts as a kind of insurance and encourages people to keep their phones on for longer and support environmental causes.
The price of the plan ranges from 12-30 euros, but we do not know if the novelty will come to Brazil.
- Nokia G60 is not yet available in Brazilian stores. To be notified when it arrives.
- Nokia X30 is not yet available in Brazilian stores. To be notified when it arrives.
- Nokia C31 is not yet available in Brazilian stores. To be notified when it arrives.
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