Authoritative network whistleblower and Front Page Tech editor Jon Prosser, who has proven himself well in numerous leaks, has published the final information on the prices of the Samsung Galaxy S22 line.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 will reportedly start at $799, while the Galaxy S22 Plus will start at $999. The top model of the line, the Galaxy S22 Ultra, will start at $1,199 in the US. This is in line with the prices of last year’s Galaxy S21 series smartphones, and also contradicts previous reports that Samsung has slightly increased the prices of future phones.
If this information turns out to be true, then it seems like the right move by the South Korean giant as it faces some serious competition in the premium smartphone market. In addition, the iPhone 14 is rumored to be slightly more expensive. In the Asian market, Samsung will compete with the flagship smartphones of the Xiaomi 12 series, as well as the OnePlus 10 Pro and premium devices from brands such as Realme and Oppo.
In addition to the price leak, some details about the timing of the release of smartphones have also appeared. They will be available for pre-order starting February 9th, with the Galaxy S22 Ultra starting shipping on February 25th and the S22 and S22 Plus going on sale a little later around March 11th.
Yesterday, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and the package bundle were shown live for the first time in official images, in addition, photos of protective cases were published.
Jon Prosser was the first to announce the exact dates for the presentations of the new iPhone SE smartphone and the MacBook Pro 13 laptop, and also published images of the iPhone 14 without a bang.
Even in a gaming smartphone, Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 cannot catch up with the Apple A17 Pro. Tests of the new Qualcomm platform have appeared
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 platform is expected to be presented in a month, and more and more test results for this SoC are appearing on the Internet. The new one is interesting because the platform was tested inside the new generation gaming smartphone Asus ROG Phone.
In Geekbench 6, the device scored 2213 and 7084 points in single-threaded and multi-threaded modes, respectively. This is significantly more than the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 shows, but the new SoC Apple A17 Pro is still ahead with a score of about 2900 and 7200 points.
Moreover, if you cool the iPhone 15 Pro Max with an external fan, the result will be even higher: about 3000 and 7800 points. However, this only shows that the new iPhones do not have high-quality cooling, and in reality no one will carry an iPhone fan with them anyway.
Let us remember that Geekbench in this form is a benchmark of the processor part only. As for the GPU, yesterday we saw how the A17 Pro was significantly inferior to even the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 in one of the tests.
Is OnePlus preparing another hit smartphone? OnePlus Ace 3 will receive a 5500 mAh battery with support for 100-watt charging, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and an improved camera
The OnePlus Ace 2 Pro smartphone, recently introduced in China, instantly became a hit, but the company is already preparing an improved version called OnePlus Ace 3. The characteristics of the new product were revealed by the famous insider Digital Chat Station.
It will still be based on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. The battery capacity will be 5500 mAh and will support 100 W charging. OnePlus Ace 3 will also have a 6.74-inch screen with a resolution of 1.5K, and the main camera will have IMX890 (50 MP), IMX709 (32 MP, with a telephoto lens providing 2x optical zoom) and OmniVision OV08D10 (8 MP) sensors ).
“Victory in the first battle” – more than 410,000 Redmi Note 13 series smartphones were sold in just an hour
Sales of the Redmi Note 13 Pro series smartphones began this morning, which includes the Note 13, Note 13 Pro and Note 13 Pro+ models. They turned out to be very popular.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun announced that sales of Redmi Note 13, Note 13 Pro and Note 13 Pro+ smartphones exceeded 410,000 units in just 1 hour, and congratulated the Redmi team, as well as all fans for their support.
Victory in the first battle! Sales of the #Note13 series exceeded 410,000 units within an hour.
Redmi Note 13 is equipped with a single-chip Dimensity 6080 system. Note 13 Pro is the first smartphone to use the second-generation Snapdragon 7s SoC, and Note 13 Pro+ is the first to receive a single-chip Dimensity 7200-Ultra system. The last two are both 4nm process technology.
The Note 13 Pro smartphones use a new 1.5K resolution screen. However, the Note 13 Pro has a flat screen, while the Note 13 Pro+ has a curved screen. Both smartphones received a 200-megapixel camera.
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