Category: Phones

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The Galaxy Z Fold 5 is reportedly being equipped with an improved hinge design

There is speculation that Samsung is looking to improve their next-generation foldable phones in a variety of ways, with a particular focus on the hinge. Reports are now suggesting that the Galaxy Z Fold 5 could feature an “droplet” mechanism for the hinge design, which is gaining more attention. Any person who has used a Galaxy Z Fold knows that...

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The Xperia 10 III now supports Android 13

Sony has just revealed that the Sony Xperia 10 III will be receiving the Android 13 update over-the-air with the software version number 62.2.A.0.367. Along with this update, the device will be getting the January 2023 Android security patch. In 2021, Sony released the Xperia 10 III, the most budget-friendly phone of its kind that year. This device boasted a...

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OPPO’s Find N2 Flip Debuts in International Markets

The Find X2 Flip from OPPO is the latest addition to the foldable smartphone family, and its global launch is indicative of the rising popularity of such devices. OPPO has equipped the phone with a range of impressive hardware features, hoping to make it stand out from other foldable handsets on the market. Let’s take a closer look at the...

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Live images and a schematic for the Xiaomi 13 Ultra with the Leica logo were leaked

Rumors have been circulating for months that Xiaomi will be focusing on its partnership with Leica at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2023 (MWC 2023). However, the latest reports suggest that the Chinese smartphone brand will also be introducing the new Xiaomi 13 series at the event. This follows the exclusive release of the Xiaomi 12S Ultra in the Chinese...

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With a month-old security patch, Nothing Phone 1 finally receives a stable version of Android 13

In December, Nothing pushed out the first Nothing OS 1.5 Open Beta build for the Nothing Phone 1, allowing users to experience Android 13 prior to the official launch. After a brief testing phase, the company has now started rolling out the first stable version of the Nothing OS 1.5 branch for the smartphone. According to numerous reports from Nothing’s...

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Before launch, OnePlus 11 live photos show the full design

On January 4 in China and February 7 in India, the OnePlus 11 will make its debut. Nearly every aspect of the phone, including the anticipated price range, has recently leaked. Now, 91mobiles exclusively provides live pictures of the OnePlus 11, thanks to exclusive information. Probably for the first time, they have a clear view of the phone’s front design....

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The Realme GT Neo 5 series’ more expensive models will have the fastest charging speeds in the world

Realme unveiled the GT Neo 3 earlier this year as its flagship device. It was well received by customers because of its excellent performance and affordable price. A successor model is currently traveling. What’s even more intriguing is that the Realme GT Neo 5 series’ more expensive model may soon break the record for fastest smartphone charging. There are two...

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Promotional materials for the Samsung Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra display their designs and colors

Rumor has it that the Samsung Galaxy S23 range of smartphones will go on market on February 1st, 2023. With the most recent leak, we can now show you how the Samsung Galaxy S23+ and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra look and what colors they will be. There has been a consistent series of leaks. Although the promotional materials that were...

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A performance, battery, and brightness improvement is coming to the Galaxy S23

The official unveiling of the Galaxy S23 is barely one month away. As a result, reliable leaks about Samsung’s future high-end phones have begun to surface. The Galaxy S23+ and Galaxy S23 Ultra’s first official image from yesterday been leaked. We’ve discovered some intriguing Galaxy S23 specs today. The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra will boast Super...

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Powerful upgrades to the Galaxy S23 Ultra are being made as the debut date approaches

Over the past few weeks, the Geekbench website has featured the entry-level Galaxy S23, the Galaxy S23+, and the top-tier Galaxy S23 Ultra numerous times. Those benchmark results weren’t precisely what you would anticipate from the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, as expected. This is probably because Samsung is currently perfecting its upcoming flagship series. And as the release dates...