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iPhone 15 will be more balanced to bridge the gap between standard and Pro versions, according to Nomura Securities

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Analysts at Nomura Securities said that the difference between the standard version of the iPhone 15 and the iPhone 15 Pro next year will not be as big as between the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro. This will avoid a sharp shift in sales towards older versions and increase sales of the entire series as a whole.

Nomura Securities estimated that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max accounted for up to 70% of the series’ smartphone sales this year, while sales of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus were very weak, ultimately leading to lower overall shipments.

iPhone 15 will be more balanced to bridge the gap between standard and Pro versions, according to Nomura Securities

Unofficial iPhone 15 Pro render

Presumably, Apple will adjust the configuration of the new models to make them more balanced and attractive to buyers. So, the standard version of the iPhone 15 will receive a 4-nanometer Apple A16 platform, as well as an LTPS OLED screen with a Dynamic Island cutout, which debuted in the iPhone 14 Pro. The iPhone 15 will have a 6.1-inch display, while the iPhone 15 Plus will have a 6.7-inch display. In this regard, no revelations should be expected. As for the adaptive refresh rate from 1 to 120 Hz, it will probably remain exclusive to older models, but there is no exact information on this yet.

The iPhone 15 Pro is expected to feature Sony’s most advanced image sensor, delivering superior image quality and higher dynamic range. The iPhone 15 Pro Max or Ultra is also expected to feature a periscope camera.

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$170 ZTE Blade V40 spotted in Bangladesh

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170 ZTE Blade V40 spotted in Bangladesh

The ZTE V40 family of smartphones will soon be replenished with the Blade V40 model – it has already lit up in Bangladesh, and immediately with a price: a version with 4 GB of RAM (expandable by 2 GB) and 128 GB of flash memory is estimated at the equivalent of $ 170.

$170 ZTE Blade V40 spotted in Bangladesh

The Blade V40 hardware platform is based on a 12nm Unisoc Tiger T616 single-chip system with 2 Cortex-A75 cores and 6 Cortex-A55 cores. OS – Android 12 with MyOS 12 interface.

$170 ZTE Blade V40 spotted in Bangladesh

$170 ZTE Blade V40 spotted in Bangladesh

The configuration of the device is a triple main camera (with a main sensor with a resolution of 50 megapixels), a 6.6-inch IPS screen and a 4500 mAh battery. A full premiere of the device is expected in early February.

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Why overpay for smartphones with 5G? On the example of the Samsung Galaxy A14, you can see that we are talking about a huge difference in performance.

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The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G smartphone was introduced at the beginning of the month, but the company is preparing a more affordable version with 4G support. And today we have all the main characteristics of this model and images.

Why overpay for smartphones with 5G?  On the example of the Samsung Galaxy A14, you can see that we are talking about a huge difference in performance.

The design of the younger version will be the same, except that instead of brown it will be silver. Many characteristics will also not change, although there will still be differences.

The main thing, of course, is the platform. Instead of the latest Exynos 1330, MediaTek Helio G80 is used. Compared to the Exynos 850 in the Galaxy A13 4G, this is certainly a very significant improvement. For comparison, the Exynos 850 scores about 145,000 points in AnTuTu 9, while the Helio G80 scores 230,000 points. True, the same Exynos 1330 is gaining more than 410,000 points, so the difference between the A14 4G and 5G versions in performance is enormous.

The screen of the Galaxy A14 4G will retain the size of 6.6 inches, Full HD + resolution, but there will be no increased frame rate, like the A14 5G. The battery with a capacity of 5000 mAh, the main 50-megapixel camera, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of flash memory will also remain, but charging will be only 10-watt. But the smartphone will receive stereo speakers.

The novelty will be released at the end of March. In Eastern Europe, they will ask for 200 euros for it.

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Apple for the first time took second place in the Chinese smartphone market and is actively catching up with the leader

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Apple for the first time ranked second in China’s smartphone market.

Apple for the first time took second place in the Chinese smartphone market and is actively catching up with the leader

Counterpoint analysts assessed the Chinese market based on the results of the last quarter and the entire 2022. In the fourth quarter, Apple was the undisputed leader, as well as in the global market, thanks to the new iPhones. The company occupied 23.7% of the market against 17.2% of the nearest competitor. At the same time, Apple’s sales, like almost everyone else’s, sank. Only Huawei stands out here, having managed to increase supplies by 15%.

Apple for the first time took second place in the Chinese smartphone market and is actively catching up with the leader

At the end of the year, Apple overtook Oppo and took second place with an 18% share. The leader represented by Vivo occupies 19.2%, that is, the gap is small. At the same time, Apple’s share has grown from 16% in 2021, while Vivo’s share has fallen from 21.5%. If the trend continues, Apple may well take the lead this year.

Apple for the first time took second place in the Chinese smartphone market and is actively catching up with the leader

It can also be noted that the share of Oppo has also decreased, as well as the share of Xiaomi and Huawei. But Honor grew from 10.4% to 16.7%, that is, very significantly.

Overall, the Chinese market sank 14%, marking the fifth year in a row that smartphone sales have declined in the country.

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