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“Google Pixel 6 gets five years of updates, all specifications also known”
It is still a while to wait for the presentation of the Google Pixel 6, but there is little that is still secret. Renders of the device have already appeared before and now all specifications are on the street. They were put online by the well-known delicious Jon Prosser. Rumors about Google’s own processor have been circulating for a while and the search giant would like to introduce it to the Pixel 6 series. That device will have a 6.4-inch screen, 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of internal storage. On the back you will find two cameras to shoot normal photos and snapshots at a wider angle.
→ Read more about the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro specs
Official: OnePlus Nord 2 will be unveiled on July 22
OnePlus will let you know on its official forum when we can expect the OnePlus Nord 2. On Thursday 22 July 16.00 the device is presented and we get to hear everything about the specifications, features and of course the price. That the manufacturer comes with this device is no longer a secret, not at all because a lot has been leaked lately. OnePlus itself has already started sending teasers for the smartphone. Earlier this week, it announced that the Nord 2 will have a MediaTek 1200 processor on board.
→ Read more about the announcement of the OnePlus Nord 2
Sony Xperia 1 III costs 1299 euros and can be ordered from 15 July
Sony announced the Xperia 1 III a while ago, but at the time we didn’t know what the smartphone would cost and when it would appear. That is now changing, because Sony announces that the high-end smartphone from 15 July can be ordered in the Netherlands. The suggested retail price is 1299 euro and that makes the Xperia 1 III one of the most expensive Android phones at the moment. The Xperia 1 III comes in two colors: matte black and purple. If you pre-order the device, you will receive a Sony WH-1000XM3 as a gift. This is a wireless headset with noise cancelling, which costs about 200 euros separately.
→ Read more about the release of the Sony Xperia 1 III
This new Samsung smartphone costs only 140 euros converted
The Samsung Galaxy F22 is the company’s latest smartphone. The device has been presented for the Indian market and will be available for sale there from 13 July. The suggested retail price for this entry-level model is only 140 euros and you get a lot of value for money. Under the hood is a MediaTek Helio G80 chip, which we also find in the Samsung Galaxy A32 and Xiaomi Redmi 9. That is a great processor if you use some social media, surf the internet and play a simple game. The entry-level model has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The more expensive model costs 165 euros and has 6/128GB of memory on board.
→ Read more about the Samsung Galaxy F22 and the specs
‘OnePlus 9T with second screen can be seen on suspected render’
The Chinese website MyDrivers shared an image of what the OnePlus 9T would be. The successor to the OnePlus 8T is expected to be presented later this year and would look slightly different. Since we’re not sure how reliable the render is, we’ll take the information with a grain of salt for now. The leaked image shows that the OnePlus 9T looks similar to the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro, which were released earlier that year. The front consists almost entirely of the screen and at the top left we see a small hole for the selfie camera. The rear, on the other hand, looks very different.
→ Read on and view the render of the OnePlus 9T
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