This is the iPhone 15 Pro with a new design, USB-C and capacitive buttons. Published exact images based on drawings
9to5Mac has published exclusive renderings of the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro based on blueprints by 3D designer Ian Zelbo. The renders show some significant design changes to Apple’s flagship smartphone, which is expected to launch this September.
The drawings from which the renders are based are provided by Apple to factories in Asia to prepare phone cases. This is necessary in order for the accessories to be available when the device starts up.
The most notable change is the move from the Lightning port, which has been on the iPhone and most Apple accessories since 2012, to the more popular and mainstream USB-C.
Another change is the curvature of the edges, both on the glass and on the metal frame. The glass is slightly curved around the edges, creating a smoother transition to the frame. The bezel itself is also more curved than before. It can make the phone feel more comfortable in hand.
The camera bump on the back is also thicker than before, indicating that Apple may have upgraded the camera system. The camera layout remains the same as the iPhone 14 Pro, with three lenses and LiDAR arranged in a square module. The camera lenses on this generation are thicker, which likely hints at larger image sensors.
On the side of the phone, we can see some changes to the volume rockers and mute switch. The volume controls look like capacitive buttons rather than the physical ones that are rumored. The mute switch also looks redesigned.
Ian Zelbo was the first to post accurate renders of the Google Pixel Watch long before they were announced.
OnePlus 11 will have a special version with a cover that mimics the surface pattern of Jupiter. According to rumors, the phone will be decorated with marble
OnePlus is preparing something new and interesting. OnePlus China President Li Jie posted a teaser for the “special” version of OnePlus 11 on his Weibo page: the silhouette of the smartphone is superimposed on the image of Jupiter.
In the description, Li Jie talks about a new product that “will be created using unprecedented materials and craftsmanship, making every mobile phone unique.”
A well-known Chinese insider Digital Chat Station joined the discussion. He said that this is not about glass, but at the same time, the new material from which the back panel of the exclusive OnePlus 11 will be made is very common in everyday life. Weibo users speculated that it would be marble.
The transition between Oppo, Xiaomi and Vivo smartphones has become even easier: now all data is transferred
Today, March 22, the developers of ColorOS, MIUI and OriginOS confirmed that owners of the respective phones will be able to seamlessly switch from one model to another without worrying about their data.
Oppo, Xiaomi and Vivo have agreed to expand cooperation. In addition to data such as photos and contacts, data from third-party applications is also transferred.
To do this, you need to update the corresponding software on Oppo smartphones to version 13.3.7 and higher, Xiaomi to version 4.0.0 and higher, Vivo to version 18.104.22.168 and higher. Previously, transferring data between these smartphones had to be done using third-party software. This method was often slow, consumed traffic and reduced information security.
Now three brands have built-in mutual transmission functions in mobile phones, which is safer and more convenient. With the creation of the Mutual Transmission Alliance, Oppo, Xiaomi and Vivo phones exchange information with one touch, and when changing phones, there is no need to worry about correspondence and other data.
Mutual Transmission Alliance was founded back in 2019.
Realme 10T 5G smartphone revealed, similar to Redmi Note 12 Turbo
Realme has unveiled the new Realme 10T 5G smartphone, which is available in two versions with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage for $200 and 8/128GB storage for $260 in Thailand.
The Realme 10T 5G features a 6.6-inch LCD display that supports 90Hz refresh rate and 180Hz touch sampling rate. The smartphone is equipped with a Dimensity 810 single-chip system, LPDDR4x RAM and UFS 2.2 flash memory, a built-in 5000 mAh battery, and support for 18-watt charging.
The rear panel design of the Realme 10T 5G is a bit like the yet unannounced Redmi Note 12 Turbo, which was first shown in an official image today. The main camera received a 50-megapixel image sensor, two more 2-megapixel cameras are additionally installed. The front camera has a resolution of 16 megapixels.
This phone is also equipped with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, 3.5mm headphone jack. It supports Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1.
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