Last week OnePlus launched the much-awaited OnePlus 8T. The Chinese smartphone maker launches two flagship models every year, and they seem to have already started working on OnePlus 9. Leakster with a good track record has now revealed that the OnePlus 9 is codenamed Lemonade.
Motorola Smartphone with 6,000mAh Battery, 20W Charging Visits FCC, EEC, and TUV Rheinland Certification
Motorola is readying a new device with a 6,000mAh battery and 20W fast charging. The device was spotted on multiple regulatory bodies, including FCC, EEC, and TUV Rheinland. Furthermore, the certifications confirm that the new Motorola device is nearing the launch date.
Xiaomi already offers an industry-leading 55w fast wireless charging feature. However, the company is not stopping and is now testing out a prototype that supports 80W of fast wireless charging. Xiaomi’s newly developed charging technology is capable of charging batteries from 0-100 in just 19 minutes.
Huawei has launched the Nova 7 SE 5G Youth. The latest offering from Huawei is powered by MediaTek Dimensity and is very similar to the Huawei Nova 7SE 5G that was launched earlier this year. The Huawei 7 SE 5G Youth is the most affordable device in the lineup as Huawei Nova 7SE 5G and Huawei Nova 7 5G Pro are more or less geared towards the premium market.
Oppo has launched its latest budget smartphone in India. The Oppo A15 is priced at Rs 10,990 and offers a gigantic 6.52-inch LCD display.
Today OnePlus released the OnePlus 8T with a 120Hz display and other new features. The folks at JerryRigEverything have already gotten hold of the OnePlus 8T and put it to instant torture. Thankfully, the OnePlus 8T fares as we expected. The latest device from OnePlus doesn’t suffer from durability issues, but neither is it exceptionally rugged.
OnePlus has unveiled the OnePlus 8T at today’s virtual event. The OnePlus 8T arrives with 65W Warp Charge technology features, 5G support, and a display with a 120Hz refresh rate. As expected, the company has skipped OnePlus 8T Pro.
Google’s latest ‘flagship’ is unusual, to say the least. You see, it’s not a traditional flagship in terms of specifications or price, yet it’s clearly what Google considers its top smartphone for 2020. It could be argued that 2019’s Pixel 4 and 4 XL are superior – they’re certainly more powerful and (in the XL’s case) larger, plus they did have a proper telephoto camera. You could also argue that this year’s Pixel 4a 5G is better value, but I’d like to review the ‘5’ on its own merits – as it’s a super-compact slice of high tech with only one Achilles heel (for my personal needs).
Google has launched a new Nest Thermostat priced at $129.99. The Nest Thermostat was last updated in 2017, and the latest one features a significant change in design, and Google has also managed to bring the price down. The new Nest Thermostat is priced at $40 lower than its predecessor.
Redmi is speculated to release new smartphones this month. There have been rumors that Redmi will announce a rebranded Xiaomi Mi 10T in China. Yet another tipster believes that Redmi will launch the Note 10 Series. The latest leaks reveal Redmi Note 10 Series specifications and some of the features.