Here’s quick news about the very anticipated phone from Nothing. A couple of days ago, Carl Pei’s startup Nothing “revealed” its first phone, Nothing phone (1). Well, Okay, it did not actually reveal the phone. But it was revealed that it will be revealed on Tuesday 12 July, 16:00 BST, which you will be able …
Well, that was fast. Sony Xperia 1 III was just available last August and now, there is the next-generation, Xperia I, the Sony Xperia 1 IV. Aesthetically, it looks nearly identical to its predecessor which is clean and minimal, you know, nothing fancy.
Folks, this is the new Sony Xperia 10 IV. This time, Sony has shortened the gap between the announcement and the actual availability – even shorter than last year’s Xperia 10 III. The official announcement was May 11 and it will go on sale as soon as mid-June 2022.
Xiaomi’s Redmi unveiled the latest member to join the Note 11 family, the Redmi Note 11T Pro and Pro+, a few hours ago. Nothing out of the ordinary really but what caught our eyes is an Astro Boy-themed Redmi Note 11T Pro+ called Redmi x Astro Boy Note 11T Pro+.
DOOGEE, the innovative name in rugged smartphones, has revealed a Pro version of its latest dual-screen rugged device, the S98. With the S98 Pro, it drops the second display in favor of a more practical feature: a pro-grade thermal imaging camera from InfiRay that boasts a 25 Hz frame rate and at 256 x 192 …
OnePlus is not known for its budget phone until recent years. Then again, the Nord and Nord N Series weren’t exactly budget. On a parallel development, OnePlus is not big in China even though it is a China-based company. But it looks like the Oppo-owned, BKK Electronics company is determined to change that too.
In case you haven’t heard, during the recent Google I/O, in addition to unveiling the new Pixel 6a and the new Pixel Buds Pro, Google surprised everyone by offering a preview of the upcoming hardware, collectively known as the Pixel portfolio.
Good news for folks who wanted the Pixel 6 phone but have not committed to buying one because of the price. Google has just revealed a tad more affordable model, the Google Pixel 6a.
From the handset maker that wants a smartphone to last at least four years is a new smartphone tailored for kids. Called Teracube Thrive, the phone is designed from the ground up to be “child-safe”.
Are you curious about what could be the most anticipated phone of the year, the Nothing Phone (1)? While it is still too early to even know what the phone will look like, Nothing is offering you a chance to experience the phone – so to speak – through its beta Nothing Launcher.