Android 12, Samsung A52 and more

Android Planet keeps you up to date with all the news from the Android world on a daily basis. If you have not been able to follow everything last week, we will update in this news overview. This is the most important Android news of the last few days.

Rumor: Samsung Galaxy A52 5G will get ‘smooth’ screen

Sammobile sources confirm that the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 will both get a 90Hz display. A 120Hz screen would be planned for the Galaxy A52 5G, a refresh rate that we now only see with high-end devices. A higher refresh rate means that the screen refreshes itself more often per second, making the image smoother, games more playable and websites more pleasant to read.

→ Read more about the alleged 120Hz screen of the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G

First screenshots from Android 12: These 5 things stand out

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The first screenshots of Android 12 have surfaced. Whether the screenshots are real is not certain, but the source can be trusted. XDA Developers has viewed a document about the next version of the operating system and is sharing images from that document. A number of things stand out in this. In the article below, we dive deep into the first screenshots of Android 12.

→ Read more about the first images of Android 12

Motorola Moto G30 gets a quad camera on the back

The Motorola Moto G30 gets a whopping four cameras on the back and runs out of the box on Android 11. The affordable smartphone will probably be announced soon, along with another budget phone. This is evidenced by leaked information from the usually reliable WinFuture. The German website more often shares images and specifications of unannounced Android smartphones and is very correct.

→ Read more about the renders of the Motorola Moto G30

Huawei director: “we will never sell our smartphone division”

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Will Huawei continue to make smartphones now that subsidiary brand Honor has been sold? The director of Huawei denies that the manufacturer is considering selling (part of) its smartphone division. The director calls for a ‘reset of relations between the United States and Huawei’ and ‘new policy’ from Biden. In summary, the director hopes that Biden will decide to remove Huawei from the blacklist, so that the company can work with Google and other tech companies again.

→ Read more about the future of Huawei smartphones

‘OnePlus 9 Pro has a 4500 mAh battery and comes with a charger’

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The OnePlus 9 Pro is reportedly getting the same battery size as its predecessor, the 8 Pro. With 4500 mAh, the battery also seems identical to that of the OnePlus 9. The device would also come with a charger. OnePlus will probably announce the smartphones in March or April. The upcoming OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro would have a 4500 mAh battery. The usually reliable tasty Max Jambor reports this on Twitte

→ Read more about the alleged battery of the OnePlus 9 Pro

Xiaomi Mi 11 to the Netherlands: flagship costs 849 euros here

Xiaomi Mi 11

After a Chinese launch, the Xiaomi Mi 11 has now been officially presented for the Netherlands. The smartphone will come on the market in one version, has a suggested retail price of 849 euros and can be ordered from the end of February. The Xiaomi Mi 11 comes to us in two colors: gray and blue, while there are even more color variants available in China. Other specifications and features are almost identical to the device, which was previously presented for its own home market.

→ Read more about the Dutch release of the Xiaomi Mi 11

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