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Samsung is actively moving towards waterproof smartphones, even in the low-cost segment. The company decided to simplify the production process of the back panels.

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Samsung has already launched several waterproof Galaxy A series smartphones this year, including the Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G, Galaxy A52s 5G, and Galaxy A72. As reported by The Elec, in 2022 we will see more waterproof mid-range Galaxy A models that will compete with Chinese brands.

The South Korean edition claims that the Galaxy A33 and older new models of this line will meet the degree of protection against dust and moisture (the specific degree is not specified). Prior to that, Samsung released five Galaxy A smartphones that meet the IP68 rating, as well as four models with the IP67 rating.

The source also claims that Samsung will use membrane materials and water-resistant silicone to ensure these smartphones are protected from dust and moisture. Membranes with pores that only allow air and not water or dust to pass through will be used for the microphone and speaker, and waterproof silicone will be used to seal the charging port.

At the moment, it is known that the company will release the Galaxy A33 5G, Galaxy A53 5G and Galaxy A73 5G, renders of which have been leaked. There is also information about the Galaxy A23, which has a 50MP main camera and will be available in both 4G and 5G versions.

In addition, the source writes that Samsung has decided to simplify the production process for the back panels for new smartphones, which could help reduce manufacturing costs.

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Strategy Analytics ranked the Realme Number series as the fourth “new age smartphone families”

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Analyst company Strategy Analytics conducted a study of the smartphone market, focusing on devices that they refer to as “New Age Smartphone Families”. Smartphones released since 2018 fall into this category.

First place goes to Oppo Reno. Smartphones of this series were shipped 60 million pieces. In second place with a slight lag is vivo iQOO. This is followed by the Realme C and Realme Number series. Each of them overcame the bar of 40 million pieces. The full top ten rankings are shown in the chart.

Strategy Analytics ranked the Realme Number series as the fourth

“Realme Number was the original line that led Realme to success in the smartphone market in 2018,” said Woody OH, Director of Strategy Analytics, commenting on Relame’s success. “100 million of these smartphones have been shipped in just 37 months since their debut.”

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Apple to unveil 5.7-inch iPhone SE in 2023

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Those who expected the 2022 Apple iPhone SE to get a big screen are in for a disappointment. However, according to the source, in the model that will be released in 2023, you can expect a screen increase from 4.7 inches to 5.7 inches. The source makes the reservation that the release of the iPhone SE with a large display could be delayed until 2024 if things don’t go according to plan.

Apple to unveil 5.7-inch iPhone SE in 2023

The data comes from analyst Ross Young, who believes the upcoming iPhone SE, which is expected to launch in March or April, could be called the “iPhone SE+ 5G.” The device will be equipped with a 4.7-inch IPS display. Thus, the preliminary information, first published back in 2020, was confirmed. A large-scale design change is predicted for next year. Then the SE model will come out, reminiscent of the iPhone XR or iPhone 11.

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Which smartphones are most satisfied with users: Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra released in 2020 is in the lead

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The popular benchmark AnTuTu team published their monthly ranking of Android smartphones with the highest user satisfaction ratings in December last year.

The Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra, which was released a year and a half ago, again takes first place with a score of 97.25%, while the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G moved up to second place (93.14%). It is noteworthy that both smartphones support the stylus. And in November, he took sixth place.

Which smartphones are most satisfied with users: Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra released in 2020 is in the lead

Redmi Note 11 Pro+, which was third last month, maintained its position with a score of 92.86%. This is the only smartphone in its class with support for 120-watt charging, which can be fully charged in 15 minutes.

Apart from the above three models, other models from fourth to tenth include Huawei P50 Pro (92.75%), Vivo S10 Pro (92.67%), Huawei Mate 40 Pro (92.45%), iQOO Z5 (92.45% ), Honor Magic3 (92.43%), Honor Magic3 Pro (92.14%) and Oppo K9 Pro 5G (91.54%), which was in second place a month ago.

Which smartphones are most satisfied with users: Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra released in 2020 is in the lead

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