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iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max showed for the first time in the general photo of the exact layouts

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Sources posted the first photo showing the exact mockups of the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max smartphones. The mockups are an exact copy of smartphones without electronic filling. They allow you to evaluate the appearance of smartphones long before the release and are used by case manufacturers.

As expected, Apple will use the design it adopted for the iPhone 12 line. In addition, the camera modules in the iPhone 13 and 13 mini are now diagonally positioned. The source who posted the photo stated that all models of the new line will be slightly thicker than their predecessors. This is due to larger batteries and better cameras.

According to TrendForce, all four models will feature sensor-shift optical image stabilization. In addition, the ultra-wide-angle module, present on all four iPhones, should receive an improved lens (6P) with autofocus. Only two Pro models will have a laser rangefinder, which is shown in the mockups.

Since the mock-ups have already been received by the manufacturers of covers, the corresponding images have appeared on the Web.

iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max showed for the first time in the general photo of the exact layouts

iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max showed for the first time in the general photo of the exact layouts

iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max showed for the first time in the general photo of the exact layouts

iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max showed for the first time in the general photo of the exact layouts

According to the latest data, the new line will be launched into mass production in late August or early September this year, and sales will begin on September 14th.

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Official: Huawei will unveil its second car on July 4th. Hybrid Aito M7 debuts on the same day as nova 10 smartphones

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Official Huawei will unveil its second car on July 4th

Previously, Huawei announced that the official premiere of the nova 10 series smartphones would take place on July 4, and now it has become known that the company will also introduce its second car, the Aito M7, on the same day. With one shot, Huawei will kill two birds with one stone, however, they say that this day there will be much more new products.

Official: Huawei will unveil its second car on July 4th.  Hybrid Aito M7 debuts on the same day as nova 10 smartphones

Aito M7 is a hybrid crossover. In terms of dimensions, it will be noticeably larger than Huawei’s first car, the Aito M5 hybrid crossover. The company has released several new teasers that suggest the Aito M7 will be positioned as a large family travel car.

Official: Huawei will unveil its second car on July 4th.  Hybrid Aito M7 debuts on the same day as nova 10 smartphones

Official details will be revealed on July 4, but it is already known that the car is designed for six, and its dimensions are 5020 x 1945 x 1775 mm with a wheelbase of 2820 mm.

Official: Huawei will unveil its second car on July 4th.  Hybrid Aito M7 debuts on the same day as nova 10 smartphones

The capacity of the traction battery will be approximately 40 kWh – on pure electricity, the crossover will be able to travel about 150 km, and the average fuel consumption will be about 7 liters per 100 km. There will be no lack of power: a 177 hp electric motor mounted on the front axle will be combined with a 272 hp engine. on the rear axle.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones are unlikely to receive a sub-screen front camera

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Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones are unlikely to receive a sub screen

Samsung is not considering adding under-screen front cameras to the Galaxy S23 line of smartphones. They were not in the Galaxy S22 either. This is stated on the Korean site Naver. A user under the pseudonym Ianzuk, citing sources in the supply chain, claims that Samsung does not have much confidence in the quality of this technology.

Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones are unlikely to receive a sub-screen front camera

The source believes that the under-screen cameras do not yet match the quality of conventional front cameras. ZTE and Xiaomi also had similar problems. They also experimented with under-screen solutions, but failed to solve all the problems.

Even with the $1,799 Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, the quality of selfie shots was lower than with a regular camera. Therefore, according to the source, Samsung will not release a premium line with such cameras.

It was previously reported that the front cameras in the Galaxy S23 will receive more powerful image sensors with a resolution of 12 megapixels. And these smartphones are credited with the main camera with a resolution of 200 megapixels.

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Samsung Cuts Prices on Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold 3, and Galaxy Z Flip 3, and Giveaway Galaxy Watch 4 in US Sale

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Samsung Cuts Prices on Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Galaxy Z

The South Korean company Samsung has launched another summer sale, during which it offers to purchase the latest smartphones with discounts and gifts.

The promotion includes the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra with 1TB of flash memory, which has fallen in price by $150 and is offered for $1450. Alternatively, you can get the Galaxy Z Flip 3 for $300 off at $700.

Samsung Cuts Prices on Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold 3, and Galaxy Z Flip 3, and Giveaway Galaxy Watch 4 in US Sale

There is no discount on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, but buyers will receive a modern smart watch Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic as a gift. Also, the watch is relied upon when buying the Galaxy Z Flip 3 for $700, which is a very good deal.

Offer valid this weekend only for US residents and visitors.

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