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Week 18 review: Amazfit watches and Infinix phone leaks



Week 18 review: Amazfit watches and Infinix phone leaks


The first week of May was relatively quiet when it came to actual announcements, meaning the top stories read on our website focused more on leaks.

As a testament to Infinix’s growing popularity, the leak of its upcoming Note phone sparked the most interest, followed by a first in-depth reveal of Amazfit’s upcoming smartwatches.

Meanwhile, Samsung has introduced a new UFS standard that will enable even faster storage for smartphones in the future. The Korean company has also launched a new series of microSD cards, but these are hardly designed with smartphones as the first priority, as microSD card slots are becoming more and more scarce these days.

Sticking with Samsung, we’ve completed a video presentation of the latest OneUI 4.1 and it sounds like you’re really liking it.

vivo introduced its T1 and T1 Pro smartphones, which are similar to the previously released iQOO Z6 44W and Z6 Pro.

Finally, Google’s upcoming Pixel smartphones are popping up in more and more rumours, which helps give you a better idea of ​​what to expect.

That’s all for this week. Until next time !

It will be a major upgrade over the standard Note 12 released last week. It had a 50MP main camera and supported 33W charging.

A successor to the rugged T-Rex series and a more premium watch with a titanium body and sapphire crystal display.

Affordable compared to the competition, that is.

We take a look at what’s different and what’s new in Samsung’s latest version of its Android skin.

The 256GB Pro Endurance card can provide 16 years of continuous recording time.

Users are advised to switch to the standard YouTube app or at least youtube.com via a browser.

And a similarly sized foldable interior screen, compared to the Galaxy Z Fold4.

Realme’s fastest charging smartphone has arrived at our offices for a full review.

It will succeed the Redmi Note 10 Pro.

The company has also increased the pool size and file transfer size.

Mass production is expected to start in the third quarter of this year.

Reports indicate that the Chinese manufacturer has changed the design of the width of the circuit.

The phone is a dual camera input device with Snapdragon 480.

It shouldn’t be long before the Nord 2T becomes official.

The design looks incredibly similar to the Pixel 6 Pro.

It should fit more than 2 inches diagonally.

It won’t come with a UD camera like the Axon 40 and Axon 40 Ultra.

The T1 Pro 5G includes 66W charging, while the T1 tops out at 44W.

The update comes with an updated user interface, new features, and the April 2022 Android security patch.

Never mind that the Reno7 Lite is already available in Europe and is already a rebadged Reno7 Z.

It’s rumored to be released in July, but the specs seem uncannily close to the 10R’s.

Nine out of ten flagships use the Qualcomm platform.

It is rumored to come with the Dimensity 1300 SoC.

It will be powered by the Snapdragon 695 SoC and will feature a 50MP main camera with OIS.

The main reason is the resurgence of COVID restrictions in China.

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