The Sony Xperia V’s design is now revealed, thanks to a billboard in Hong Kong. Not that we weren’t sure what the phone would look like, but it’s nice to see the triple color scheme – White, Black, and Green. The Xperia 1 V will become official on May 11.
Nothing teased the Phone (2), showing us a glimpse of what appears to be the phone’s back. There’s a red LED video recording indicator, like the one on the Phone (1), and what looks like a switch. The phone will pack a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.
There were plenty of Google Pixel 7a leaks this week. Its specs got detailed, we saw a long video hands-on, a video teardown, and, for good measure – a teaser from Google itself. Expect a 90Hz display, 64MP main camera, a 13MP ultrawide, wireless charging, and a Tensor G2 chip – the phone is coming on May 11.
Google also formally confirmed the Pixel Fold through a quick video. Google didn’t say anything about the specs or the price, but we’re still happy with the high-quality 360 look we got.
Those were the highlights of the week. Stick around!
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Nothing’s second smartphone is launching later this summer.
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Nokia says it’s a “life-proof” phone.
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It performed in line with the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.
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This is a new way to bring essential security updates to devices.
The chipset choice might disappoint you.
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The new external display design is confirmed.
Banned apps have no representatives in India, pushing the government to prohibit their usage.
It’s a rebadged Dimensity 1080.
It was first introduced on the Galaxy S22 lineup.
It has 68W wired and 15W wireless charging, and starts at €550.
The company’s first foldable smartphone will be unveiled on May 10.
That didn’t last long – the Galaxy A54 is back on top.
These may be limited to China only.
The passkey works with your phone’s biometrics or PIN.
Last year’s Fold4 and Flip4 were unveiled in August.
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