Well-known insider Ice Universe has released the exact dimensions of the Galaxy S23 series. They turned out to be almost the same as the dimensions of the corresponding models of the Galaxy S22 series. At the same time, they grew by tenths of a millimeter in height and width.
Ice Universe later figured out where the extra 0.3 mm came from. The reason is the increase in the width of the frame by 0.15 mm on all four sides of the screen, the diagonal of which remained equal to 6.1 inches.
The Samsung Galaxy S23+ will be 0.4mm taller and wider than its predecessor, presumably meaning a 0.2mm bezel increase. In this case, the screen diagonal will remain equal to 6.6 inches. The Galaxy S23 Ultra will also be slightly larger than its predecessor (+0.1mm high, +0.2mm wide).
Samsung will increase the frame on the Galaxy S23. It will look bulkier than the S22. I can’t figure out why Samsung is doing this and am again forced to suspect that Samsung is running a spy. Reducing the frame is the right thing to do. Maintaining its size is acceptable. But to enlarge the frame is pure psychosis. Any absurd thing that Samsung does should only be taken as savings. You don’t need to strain your brain to come up with unnecessary excuses for this.
Earlier, he said that the head of the mobile division of Samsung, Tae Moon Roh (TM Roh), “has turned the Galaxy S flagship smartphone into a third-class phone as quickly as possible since taking office in 2020.”
This insider was the first to accurately talk about the new trend of smartphones with waterfall screens, the notch in the iPhone X, the new design of the iPhone 14, and Samsung’s 200-megapixel image sensor.
Foldable smartphone shipments to grow by almost 70% in 2022
Analyst firm IDC has unveiled its new study, according to which global shipments of foldable phones in 2022 will reach 13.5 million units. If we take into account that 8.1 million such devices were shipped in 2021, then the growth will be 66.6%. Experts note that the growth of the foldable smartphone market is largely due to the emergence of Samsung’s Flip and Fold lines. In particular, user interest is fueled by the recent launch of the new Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Fold 4, according to IDC.
In the future, sales of folding devices will also grow: for example, next year the supply of such models is expected to increase by 55.1%. In 2026, foldable smartphone shipments will reach 41.5 million units, with a compound annual growth rate of 38.7% between 2021 and 2026.
Analysts say the commercial market is ripe for the use of foldables as two-in-one devices that can replace both a phone and a tablet. But while the foldable phone market is expected to grow by almost 70 percent this year, they won’t go mainstream just yet. According to experts, such models will remain niche and flagship premium devices.
A new cyber clock and an affordable foldable smartphone? Huawei is preparing the announcement of P50 Pocket New and Watch GT Cyber
Huawei may introduce a new foldable smartphone and a new smartwatch by the end of this month.
Firstly, the source says about the P50 Pocket New clamshell, that is, it will be the successor to the P50 Pocket. True, the name hints at the fact that it is more about updating than about a full-fledged new model. In particular, there were rumors that the new version will receive a Snapdragon 778G SoC against Snapdragon 888 in the current model, that is, the P50 Pocket New will be a simplified and probably cheaper model.
Secondly, we are waiting for some kind of Watch GT Cyber smart watch. There are no details here, and it’s pointless to guess, since the line (Watch GT) has existed for a long time, but we haven’t seen Cyber models before, so it can be either something new or just some new version of an existing model.
The announcement may take place on October 25 or close to this date.
If this smartphone is really worth $106, this is an incredible deal. Oppo A77s is equipped with Snapdragon 680, 8 GB of RAM and a 90-Hz screen
Oppo has introduced a budget smartphone A77s, which can compete with numerous inexpensive smartphones from Xiaomi, Realme and others. If the information about its price is correct.
So, the Oppo A77s is supposedly only $106. The problem is that the model has only appeared in Thailand so far, and the price is not indicated on the Oppo website. The official sellers of this device in this country, instead of the correct price, are still indicating a plug, so we have data on $106 only from third-party sources.
If the price is correct, the device turns out to be very worthy, since there is a 90-Hz screen, a large battery, and a Qualcomm platform.
Powered by Snapdragon 680, the smartphone is also equipped with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory. The screen size is 6.56 inches at HD+ resolution. From the rest, you can select a 50-megapixel main camera and a 5000 mAh battery with 33-watt charging.
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