OnePlus recently launched the OnePlus Nord mid-segment device. The company promised that US customers would be treated with a different OnePlus Nord version. Thanks to a new leak, we now have the details of the US model Nord which goes with the Nord N10 5G moniker.
As we inch closer to the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE launch, the device has been spotted on TENAA certification. The device is expected to be launched on September 23rd at the Samsung Unpacked event and new leak indicates it will be priced starting at $699.
Last month Google unveiled the Pixel 4a. Now the company is launching Pixel 5, a new Chromecast, and a smart speaker later this month. Google has sent out media invites to a special event on September 30th. The invite says, “We invite you to learn all about our new Chromecast, our latest smart speaker, and our new Pixel phones.”
Realme is scheduled to launch the Realme C17 on September 21. The company revealed Realme C17 launch date on its Facebook page and also shared that the launch event will take place at 12 PM (Bangladesh time). In the meantime, a leakster has shared key Realme C17 features and specifications.
Earlier this week, Moto G9 Plus leaked listing revealed key specifications. Now the Moto G9 Plus has been launched in Brazil, and it comes with an attractive price tag. As rumored, the Moto G9 Plus comes with a quad rear camera setup and a massive 5000mAh battery.
Many Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3XL and some Pixel 4XL users are complaining about batteries in their phones. The complaint is not about drop-in battery backup, which is expected considering Pixel 3 was released two years ago. The issue is that both Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL batteries are swelling, and users have taken to Google Support Forum and Reddit to highlight the issue.
Earlier this week, Google announced Android 11 and now the company has announced Android 11 Go Edition. The Go Edition is a liter version of Android and is optimized for budget devices. Android 11 Go is now faster, more secure, and supports devices with up to 2GB of RAM.
Huawei has announced the much-awaited HarmonyOS 2.0 at the annual developer’s conference in China. The HarmonyOS 2.0 will come on smartphones in 2021.