Just days before Christmas, Honor has shown the world it will be launching its first foldable in 2022. But don’t expect a lot of information right now.
OnePlus has used CES to announce the OnePlus 10 Pro, using the latest Snapdragon SoC, and showing off where things are in the second year of collaboration with Hasselblad.
So in the third instalment of OnePlus news relating to the OnePlus 10 Pro, the company has shown off some camera samples and given more detail on the cameras.
Why launch one smartphone when you can launch eight?
Realme today launched the new GT 2 Series in China, and we’ll be seeing at least one model come here in the coming months.
The ZTE-made 5G portable wireless hotspot can be purchased on a 30-day, 12-month or 24-month contract with data bundles of 4GB, 30GB or fully unlimited.
Realme announced the GT 2 Pro just days ahead of Christmas, bringing with it a series of exciting innovations. The phone itself will begin shipping in early 2022.
MediaTek’s new flagship Dimensity 9000 SoC will be featuring in a range of devices from the start of 2022.
Realme finishes 2021 with the last edition to its GT (performance) lineup, and it represents the best overall choice of the series.
The Oppo Find N means another smartphone maker has entered the foldable arena, although we may have to wait a while to be able to get one outside of China.
The kid-friendly tablet retails for £179.99 and comes with a choice of a free Watch GT 2, FreeBuds Pro or Wi-Fi 6 Mesh kit.
The first-ever interactive product keynote livestream will take place on Instagram at 1330 GMT on December 16th.
Following its launch in India, OnePlus is bringing its exclusive Red Cable Club to Europe.
As Qualcomm unveils its new chipsets in Hawaii right now, Realme has confirmed it will be one of the first to use the new flagship chip in a new smartphone incoming next year.
The octo-core Dimensity 9000 will come with a 3.05GHz Cortex-X2 Ultra-Core, LPDDR5x RAM at 7500Mbps, support for 180Hz displays, 18-bit HDR imaging and 320-megapixel cameras, Bluetooth 5.3, plus 160MHz Wi-Fi 6E and 7Gbps 5G download potential.
Unlimited data starts at £60 per month, with six months half price on a 24-month contract.
The Realme 8i is perhaps not the first phone you’d think of when looking for a decent mobile camera, or to play games, but you might be surprised to learn that it can do both pretty well.
Realme has added a tablet to its range of products available in Europe, but UK users may need to wait a bit longer.