Oppo’s first foldable phone will be the Find N and it surfaced this week through a number of leaks and official promos. It’s coming on December 15 with a Snapdragon 888, 12GB of RAM, and Android 11. It will be smaller than the Galaxy Z Fold3 and reportedly will have barely noticeable crease.
The chip shortage crisis has reportedly forced Apple to stop iPhone production for several days, for the first time in more than 10 years.
While on the topic of the iPhone, next year’s iPhone 14 Pro series will adopt a punch-hole design, maximizing the surface area of the display.
The Motorola X30 is the first official phone with the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 platform. The phone goes on sale in China on December 15.
Realme’s GT 2 Pro leaked with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and 1TB of storage. Realme was rumored to announce the phone this week, but it didn’t, so stay tuned for more on Realme’s future flagship.
Those were the key stories of the week. See you next one!
The report cites supply chain constraints and China’s power restrictions.
They will also get an upgraded 48MP selfie module.
It’s set to go on sale in January 2022.
Available from December 10.
Motorola also announced a Snapdraong 888+ powered Edge S30.
The Galaxy S21 FE is also expected to keep the price of the previous model, leaving a small price gap between it and the vanilla S22.
The company teased the new foldable in anticipation of Oppo’s Inno Days.
This is the first time vivo is placing a 6,000 mAh cell in a phone.
In fact, the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 might be more powerful.
The dual-camera phone is available in Nigeria.
Tab S8 Ultra sports a notch that houses two cameras.
It’s available for both individual and group chats.
The company will begin testing the new feature in the US starting next week.
The change is part of a massive reshuffle at the top of the Korean conglomerate.
The company also confirmed the 60MP resolution of its front camera.
The phone appears to be a massive improvement over the first Realme GT 5G.
The website will no longer be available after December 31, 2021.
Realme’s 9 series is expected to arrive in Q1 2022.
The phone is also on Geekbench with 12 GB RAM.
Looks like it’s using Sony’s IMX766 sensor.
The update is now rolling out across many regions but proceed with caution.
This will be the first Nokia phone to run on an Exynos chipset.