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Week 12 review: Realme GT Neo3 and Redmi 10C debut, Nothing confirms the phone (1) and Nothing OS



Week 12 review: Realme GT Neo3 and Redmi 10C debut, Nothing confirms the phone (1) and Nothing OS


After a few weeks full of announcements, things calmed down a bit in week 12. There was no indication of its intention to become a rival of the Apple ecosystem with its phone (1) due out this summer. Carl Pei also announced Nothing OS Launcher, which will be the company’s Android skin and will be available for other Android devices to test in April.

I actually launched the GT Neo3 powered by MediaTek’s newest Dimensity 8100 and an ultra-fast 150W charge, which is the fastest option available in the market today, promising a 50% charge in seulement 5 minutes. The new device is also available in an 80W fast-charging version and both share the same 6.7-inch 120Hz AMOLED display and 50MP main camera. Realme GT Neo3 150W starts at CNY2,599 ($408), while the 80W model is priced at CNY1,999 ($314).

Xiaomi has announced its Redmi 10C, another affordable mid-range with Snapdragon 680 chipset, 50 MP main camera and 5000 mAh battery. Oppo snuck in a new budget Android 11 option with its A16e. OnePlus 10 Pro goes global on March 31 after a long delay since its initial launch in China in January.

Samsung is expected to announce three new foldable phones later this year with new entries in the Galaxy Z Fold and Z Flip entries joined by an all-new device that is said to come with a fold-out display similar to Oppo’s X 2021 concept. The Xiaomi 12 that has been talked about for a long time will now launch in China in May.

We got our first major look at the rumored iPhone 14 Pro design with its dual perforated cutouts and thicker body that should be available this fall.

LG announced its latest Gram laptops with 12th Gen Intel CPUs and Nvidia RTX 2050 GPUs, while Dell quietly updated its XPS 15 and XPS 17 with the same 12th Gen Intel CPUs and up to Nvidia RTX 3060 GPUs.

These are the key stories of the week, feel free to check out the full list below and see you in seven days!

Carl Pei and Nothing go against the established smartphone gamers.

It could be a rebranded Redmi K40S.

Samsung’s smallest flagship is now even smaller.

Non-professional models will keep the guts.

The vanilla version comes with 80W charging.

It is the North American version of the Edge 30 Pro.

It comes with the Helio G96 SoC, a 120Hz display, and 67W charging.

It will first launch in China.

The device was announced in Malaysia.

Many similar-sounding model names are comparable to the Xiaomi course, but reusing model names for different devices is just too confusing.

The company is greatly expanding its portfolio.

Samsung Display and OTI Luminonics are working hard to perfect the UD camera cathode materials.

Open sales begin March 25.

The phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset.

The 2019 flagships originally launched with Android 9 and One UI 1.x.

The whole lot is sold in 5 minutes.

We also expect to see a Galaxy M33 with 5G.

There will be more tournaments in more regions this year, culminating in two major championships.

It will be produced in limited quantities.

The keynote address begins at 2 pm GMT / 7:30 pm IST.

It is powered by a Helio P22 chipset.

Samsung’s new Galaxy A series is the new dominant force on the list.

These lightweight laptops include large batteries, a high-quality IPS LCD screen, and robust connectivity options.

It uses a modified hydrogel to draw moisture from the air.

The 17-inch model can be configured with Nvidia’s RTX 3060 GPU.

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