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Samsung will abandon Snapdragon and Exynos: the company is creating a completely new line of SoCs for flagship smartphones

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Samsung is developing a new single-chip system specifically for the Galaxy S line of flagship smartphones, which will be released only in 2025.

It can be said that Samsung already releases new Exynos SoCs every year that are used in Galaxy S smartphones. However, the source notes that Exynos chipsets are not created exclusively for Samsun smartphones, since some of them are sold to other smartphone manufacturers such as Motorola and vivo.

The source writes that Samsung officials are unhappy with the backlash over the Galaxy S22 smartphone slowdown scandal due to the Game Optimization Service (GOS). In addition, smartphones did not show record performance and heat up quite a lot both using Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Exynos 2200.

Samsung will abandon Snapdragon and Exynos: the company is creating a completely new line of SoCs for flagship smartphones

Now a new approach is being discussed, similar to what Apple is doing with its A-series SoCs. Samsung wants to eventually create a modern line of SoCs, fast and cool, to release more optimized devices.

Older Exynos chipsets released before 2020 used Samsung processor cores, but the company closed its dedicated CPU core division in December 2019. It is not yet known if the new chipsets will become part of the Exynos line or if Samsung will announce something new.

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120Hz, 50MP, Snapdragon 778G+ and glass on both sides: Nothing Phone highlights revealed (1)

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120Hz 50MP Snapdragon 778G and glass on both sides Nothing

Nothing Phone (1) will be released on July 12th, but most of its specs are already known today. Insider Abhishek Yadav tweeted the key specs and showed a document that looks like a product detail page.

120Hz, 50MP, Snapdragon 778G+ and glass on both sides: Nothing Phone highlights revealed (1)

It is alleged that the novelty will receive a 6.55-inch OLED display with support for adaptive refresh rates up to 120 Hz. The novelty will be equipped with a dual main camera with a 50 megapixel main sensor and f/1.8 aperture. The leak suggests that the smartphone can record 4K video at 60fps.

120Hz, 50MP, Snapdragon 778G+ and glass on both sides: Nothing Phone highlights revealed (1)

The phone will have an aluminum frame and flat bezels covered with Gorilla glass. Wireless direct and reverse charging, Snapdragon 778+ processor, Glyph Interface system on the rear panel are the same LEDs. The smartphone will run NothingOS based on Android 12.

The cost has not yet been announced, but the source believes that it will be less than $400.

In 2020, Abhishek Yadav was the first to publish reliable information about Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro smartphones, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5 and some other models.

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This will probably be one of the most overpriced mid-range smartphones out there. Named the cost of Nothing Phone (1)

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This will probably be one of the most overpriced mid range

The premiere of the Nothing Phone (1) smartphone from the founder of OnePlus will soon take place, but the Network already has details about both the characteristics and the price. Their combination suggests that Nothing Phone (1) will be one of the most overpriced mid-range models.

This will probably be one of the most overpriced mid-range smartphones out there.  Named the cost of Nothing Phone (1)

This will probably be one of the most overpriced mid-range smartphones out there.  Named the cost of Nothing Phone (1)

For the basic Nothing Phone (1), with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory, they will ask 470 euros in Europe. The 8/256 GB and 12/256 GB variants are priced at €500 and €550, respectively. At the same time, Nothing Phone (1) will not offer anything particularly outstanding in terms of characteristics: SoC Snapdragon 778G Plus, a 50-megapixel camera and an OLED screen are in much more affordable models. Moreover, the Google Pixel 6 is now in the same price range – it can be purchased in Europe for 500-550 euros. Isn’t Karl Pei asking a lot for a model that differs from most in a transparent cover and a couple of dozen LEDs placed under it?

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Samsung has released a smartphone that neither Xiaomi, nor Huawei, nor Realme offers the likes of. Introduced secure Galaxy XCover6 Pro with a removable battery

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Samsung has released a smartphone that neither Xiaomi nor Huawei

Samsung has introduced a secure smartphone Galaxy XCover6 Pro. The manufacturer has not yet revealed the price, but earlier there were rumors about 600 euros. The device will go on sale in July.

Samsung has released a smartphone that neither Xiaomi, nor Huawei, nor Realme offers the likes of.  Introduced secure Galaxy XCover6 Pro with a removable battery

Unlike many of its predecessors, the Galaxy XCover6 Pro offers far from the most basic specs. The heart here is the Snapdragon 778G, which means that the XCover6 Pro is more productive than most Samsung smartphones in the Galaxy A line.

The device has 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of flash memory that can be expanded with microSD cards, a 50-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide resolution, a 13-megapixel front camera, and a 6.6-inch IPS screen with a resolution of Full HD + with support for 120 Hz. The display is covered with the latest Glass Victus + glass, but probably a film is glued on top, as is usually the case with secure smartphones.

The battery capacity is small by today’s standards and amounts to 4050 mAh, but the device’s battery is removable, that is, you can replace it yourself by simply opening the back cover. Moreover, hot swapping is supported.

Also worth noting is a USB-C 3.2 port, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, two customizable buttons, and DeX support. As for protection, we are talking about IP68 and the MIL-STD-810H standard.

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