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50 MP, 5000 mAh, 25 W and 5G are inexpensive. Published renders of the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G – potentially the cheapest smartphone of the company with support for fifth generation networks

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The series of rumors about the Galaxy A13 5G has reached a logical continuation in the form of renders of the smartphone published on the Web. Now it became clear what the most affordable Samsung phone with support for fifth generation networks would look like.

50 MP, 5000 mAh, 25 W and 5G are inexpensive.  Published renders of the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G - potentially the cheapest smartphone of the company with support for fifth generation networks

50 MP, 5000 mAh, 25 W and 5G are inexpensive.  Published renders of the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G - potentially the cheapest smartphone of the company with support for fifth generation networks

50 MP, 5000 mAh, 25 W and 5G are inexpensive.  Published renders of the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G - potentially the cheapest smartphone of the company with support for fifth generation networks

The front panel of the Galaxy A13 5G is almost identical to the front panel of the Galaxy A12 – the same V-notch for the front camera and a very pronounced bottom bezel. But the back panel looks different due to the new camera unit: there are already three modules, not four, and they are lined up in one line like in the Galaxy A32 (if you do not take into account the additional module in the older model).

50 MP, 5000 mAh, 25 W and 5G are inexpensive.  Published renders of the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G - potentially the cheapest smartphone of the company with support for fifth generation networks

50 MP, 5000 mAh, 25 W and 5G are inexpensive.  Published renders of the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G - potentially the cheapest smartphone of the company with support for fifth generation networks

50 MP, 5000 mAh, 25 W and 5G are inexpensive.  Published renders of the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G - potentially the cheapest smartphone of the company with support for fifth generation networks

50 MP, 5000 mAh, 25 W and 5G are inexpensive.  Published renders of the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G - potentially the cheapest smartphone of the company with support for fifth generation networks

The source gives rather detailed specifications of the Galaxy A13 5G. So, the device is assigned SoC MediaTek Dimensity 700, IPS screen with a diagonal of 6.48 inches with a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels, a 5000 mAh battery with support for 25 W fast charging. The main camera of the smartphone has a resolution of 50 (with a wide-angle lens with an aperture of F / 2.0), 5 (with an ultra-wide-angle lens with an aperture of F / 2.2) and 2 (for scene depth analysis) megapixels. The amount of RAM will be 4-6 GB, built-in flash memory – 64-128 GB. The operating system will be Android 11. The dimensions of the model are 164.5 x 76.5 x 8.9-10 mm.

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Four iQOO smartphones will receive Android 12 in December

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The iQOO brand has revealed Android 12 release dates for a number of its models. True, we are not yet talking about the final version of Android 12 – it will have to wait longer.

IQOO 7, iQOO 7 Legend, iQOO Z3 and iQOO Z5 users will receive the Android 12 beta at the end of the year – at the end of December. And at the end of March 2022, the beta version of Android 12 will be released for iQOO 3.

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Another foldable smartphone comes out in November – with 120Hz OLED screen, Snapdragon 888 and 50MP camera

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Details about the Oppo smartphone with a flexible screen appeared on the web. According to the source, the device will be released in November and will be built on a single-chip Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 platform.

The smartphone does not have a name, but the key characteristics are listed. So, the device is assigned an OLED screen with a diagonal of 8 inches with a frame rate of 120 Hz, a 32-megapixel front camera and a multi-module main camera with a main sensor with a resolution of 50 megapixels, a 4500 mAh battery with support for 65 W fast charging. The operating system is expected to be Android 11 with ColorOS 12 interface. There is no price, but it will probably be more affordable than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3.

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Three former Apple engineers helped disassemble the Apple Watch Series 7. The watch has more in common with the iPhone 13 than you might think

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Specialists of the popular iFixit resource, specializing in the repair of various electronics, disassembled the new Apple Watch Series 7 smartwatch and shared the results with the public.

Firstly, the watch scored 6 points on a 10-point scale of maintainability and generally positive reviews for its modular design, easy access to the screen and battery. Experts also praised Apple for keeping the Apple Watch Series 7 compatible with previous generations of bands, right up to the very first original Apple Watch.

Three former Apple engineers helped disassemble the Apple Watch Series 7. The watch has more in common with the iPhone 13 than you might think

IFixit notes that despite minimal external changes, there are several major updates to the Apple Watch Series 7.

Three former Apple engineers helped disassemble the Apple Watch Series 7. The watch has more in common with the iPhone 13 than you might think

As mentioned several times, the main difference between this device and the Series 6 is the enlarged display. Disassembling iFixit revealed that the watch uses an OLED panel with an integrated touchscreen (on-cell touch), this technology debuted in the iPhone 13.

Three former Apple engineers helped disassemble the Apple Watch Series 7. The watch has more in common with the iPhone 13 than you might think

According to experts, this is an unusual approach for Apple, which usually prefers to experiment with new screen technologies on watches, and then implement them on smartphones – as happened with OLED, variable refresh rate and the function of “always on” screen.

Three former Apple engineers helped disassemble the Apple Watch Series 7. The watch has more in common with the iPhone 13 than you might think

IFixit partnered with three former Apple engineers to disassemble the Apple Watch Series 7. As they noted, it was the new display that could cause delays in production and force the company to release the device later than it would like.

When Apple announced the Apple Watch Series 7 in September, it didn’t announce a specific release date. Former Apple engineers said this is usually indicative of delays, and the most likely cause is a manufacturing glitch caused by watch displays. They explained, “The screens have some of the most complex supply chains and assembly processes in the industry.”

The iFixit experts also found that the Apple Watch Series 7 has a larger battery compared to its predecessor. However, this did not lead to an increase in battery life, since the larger screen consumes more power.

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