Samsung has launched the most number of smartphones with a foldable display. The Korean giant seems to be working on making foldable displays mainstream. The latest illustration showcases Samsung’s future foldable phone. The Galaxy Fold was Samsung’s first foldable smartphone, and the company is expected to unveil a new foldable lineup in 2021.
Redmi has pulled the wraps from its first 5G enabled budget smartphones. The Redmi Note 9 series debuts with class-leading features like 5G and 108MP camera. The Redmi Note series is known for value for money, and the Redmi Note 9 5G is no different.
Motorola has made a name for itself in the budget smartphone segment. The Moto G helped in resurrecting Motorola, and so did the Lenovo acquisition. Motorola has now launched the Moto E7 budget smartphone in select European markets with prices starting at €120.
We have spotted Samsung Galaxy A12 and Galaxy A02s many times. Samsung has finally unveiled the Samsung Galaxy A12 and Galaxy A02s lineup. The Galaxy “A” series is very popular and typically gets two upgrades every year.
Motorola is working on its flagship offering for the next year. The 2021 Motorola flagship will be called “Nio,” and it is expected to feature a display with 105Hz refresh rates. This is very weird since most of the displays either support 90Hz or 120Hz refresh rates. The “Nio” is a codename, and the final name is yet to be revealed/leaked.
Xiaomi’s independent-brand Poco has finally launched the M3. Last week the company had teased the device on Twitter and also by the Product Marketing Manager. Poco M3 is price starts at $149, and it comes with a dual-tone finish and a display with FHD+ resolution.
Samsung is working on Galaxy Z Fold 3, which is expected to be launched in June 2021. A new report from a Korean publication claims that Galaxy ZFold 3 will arrive with S Pen, ultra-thin glass, and launch in June next year. The S-Pen is placed within the device similar to the Galaxy Note series.
Oppo surprised us with a rollable smartphone concept called Oppo X 2021. The new concept features a retractable display that lets you adjust display size. The first question that came to our mind is durability. Now Oppo has assured that rollable display is durable and has been tested for the same.
Earlier this month, ZTE launched the Blade 20 5G in China. Today the company has pulled the wraps from Blade 20 Pro 5G at the China Mobile Global Partner Conference. The Pro model arrives with hardware upgrades and is powered by Snapdragon 765G chip.
Xiaomi’s upcoming Mi 11 Pro has been leaked many times. The latest leak reveals Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro camera and display details. The leak claims Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will come equipped with a 120Hz QHD+ display.