Save the date for Oppo’s latest annual innovation day, and prepare for news on some new smartphones coming in early 2023.
Oppo will be utilising Qualcomm’s recently announced Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 mobile platform on its upcoming flagship smartphone series.
Xiaomi has launched a series of new products for Europe, starting with the Xiaomi 12T series smartphones, a tablet, new earbuds and a smartband.
Huawei has launched two new mesh networking solutions for the UK, each supporting Wi-Fi 6 Plus.
Realme is to add two more models to its Realme 9 series range; the Realme 9 and Realme 9 5G. It will also bring a new tablet in the form of the Realme Pad Mini.
The new range of TCL 30 phones all come with a 50-megapixel camera, large battery and TCL’s pioneering NXTVISION technology.
Huawei has already announced new smartphones and wearables, but at MWC today it chose to talk of its new range of smart office products.
Samsung has announced three smartphones in its 2022 S22 series, as well as a new range of tablets.
Do away with the need for a Wi-Fi connection, or tethering to a phone, with a laptop featuring integrated mobile data connectivity.
Why launch one smartphone when you can launch eight?
MediaTek’s new flagship Dimensity 9000 SoC will be featuring in a range of devices from the start of 2022.
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.
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.
Realme has added a tablet to its range of products available in Europe, but UK users may need to wait a bit longer.
Nokia has today entered the tablet space with the launch of the sub-£180 T20, which also comes with a 4G-enabled variant for just £20 more.
Yesterday I attended an event in Gotham City, sorry, London to see the launch of the new MateBook 14s, Huawei’s most powerful laptop ever.
One minute it looked like Honor would never get to work with Microsoft again, and now it is expanding its partnership agreement – including the launch of one of the first laptops with Windows 11 pre-installed.