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Samsung Galaxy S22 depreciates many times faster than iPhone 13. Even Pixel 6 holds up better

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There is not much difference in starting prices between the iPhone 13, Samsung Galaxy S22 and Google Pixel 6, however, according to SellCell, Apple’s flagship is getting cheaper much more slowly than other smartphones.

The entry-level iPhone 13 mini is $700, the base Galaxy S22 retails for $800, and the Pixel 6 is on sale for $600. SellCell tracked their prices for two months and confirmed that you’ll make the most money selling the iPhone 13. The results are consistent with previous research.

Samsung Galaxy S22 depreciates many times faster than iPhone 13. Even Pixel 6 holds up better

The e-commerce site collected data from the first and second months of release and found that the Galaxy S22 retained its value the worst. Used Galaxy S22 smartphones in mint condition were worth 46.8% of their original price two months after they were released. It was followed by the Pixel 6 family, which lost 41.5% of its value two months after the release. The price of the iPhone 13 dropped just 16.4% two months after the phones went on sale. Interestingly, the decline in value peaked after a month (18.7%).

The Pixel 6 also regained some of the lost value after the first month. Usually, this behavior is unique to the iPhone, so it’s rather unusual to see an Android phone rise in price after an initial drop. The Pixel 6 is the most successful Google phone to date, as well as one of the best Android phones of 2022.

Samsung Galaxy S22 depreciates many times faster than iPhone 13. Even Pixel 6 holds up better

The 128GB Galaxy S22 Plus depreciated the fastest, shedding 53.8% of its value in two months, equating to a loss of $575. The 128GB iPhone 13 Pro Max performed the best and lost only 3.8% of its value in two months.

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Typical low-cost smartphones of 2022. Narzo 50 5G and Narzo 50 Pro introduced

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Typical low cost smartphones of 2022 Narzo 50 5G and Narzo

Realme has unveiled a couple of new Narzo smartphones: Narzo 50 5G and Narzo 50 Pro 5G.

Typical low-cost smartphones of 2022.  Narzo 50 5G and Narzo 50 Pro introduced

The devices are identical in a number of parameters. For example, both have 5000mAh batteries with 33W charging and 90Hz Full HD+ screens.

Narzo 50 5G has a 6.6-inch IPS panel. The smartphone is based on SoC Dimensity 810, has 4 or 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of flash memory. The main camera is represented by sensors with a resolution of 48 and 8 megapixels, the resolution of the front is 8 megapixels. You can also select stereo speakers. The smartphone starts at $205.

Typical low-cost smartphones of 2022.  Narzo 50 5G and Narzo 50 Pro introduced

Narzo 50 Pro 5G already offers a 6.4-inch AMOLED panel. The heart is the SoC Dimensity 920, there is 6 or 8 GB of RAM, and only 128 GB of flash memory. The main camera is the same, except that it also has a macro module with a resolution of 2 megapixels. For such a smartphone, they ask from $ 285.

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iDropNews: iPhone 14 presentation will take place on September 13

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iDropNews iPhone 14 presentation will take place on September 13

According to iDropNews, Apple has already decided to hold a fall event for the launch of new devices, which will be held on September 13th.

At this event, Apple is due to introduce the 6.1-inch iPhone 14, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. This year, Apple will expand the distinction between professional and non-professional iPhone models. Apple will reportedly equip the iPhone 14 Pro models with the 4nm A16 Bionic SoC, while non-professional phones can cyjdf use the 5nm A15 Bionic SoC that was used in the iPhone 13. Most consumers have no idea what SoC the phone is built on. SoC reuse could help Apple make the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max more price-competitive.

Even if Apple reuses the A15 Bionic SoC in iPhone 14 non-professional phones, it could still give them a different name, such as A16 Bionic. Then the new platform will be called SoC Apple A16 Pro.

iDropNews: iPhone 14 presentation will take place on September 13

Other differences include replacing the notch on iPhone 14 Pro models with an “i-shaped” cutout for the FaceTime and True Depth cameras. Meanwhile, inexpensive non-professional models will still have bangs. Other improvements to be found in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max include a 120Hz ProMotion display and a 48MP wide-angle camera.

Prices for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max are rumored to start at $800 and $900, respectively. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max can cost between $1,100 and $1,200, respectively.

Also at the event are the highly anticipated AirPods Pro 2 and three Apple Watch models.

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Samsung releases urgent mysterious update for Galaxy S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra

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Samsung releases urgent mysterious update for Galaxy S22 S22 and

Less than a month after the Galaxy S22 family of smartphones received the previous update, these devices have received a new urgent update. So far, this only applies to Galaxy S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra devices based on Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. Those who bought Exynos 2200-based versions have not yet received the update.

The new version is labeled S90xEXXU2AVE4 (where the “x” changes depending on the model) and is already in distribution in a dozen countries. The update size is 350 MB. The mysterious update contains various unnamed security fixes as well as “general feature stability” improvements.

Samsung releases urgent mysterious update for Galaxy S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra

Mid-month updates like these are rare for Samsung, so the company is believed to have found something to fix as soon as possible rather than waiting for the June security patch to be released in a couple of weeks.

If you have a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 based Galaxy S22, S22+, or S22 Ultra and haven’t received an update notification for that device yet, you can check it manually by going to Settings > Software Update.

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