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‘Photos show Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra in the wild’
The well-known tasty Jon Prosser has on his website FrontPageTech photos of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra shared. These are the first ‘real’ images of the new smartphone. Renders have already appeared before. If the photos are authentic, and we assume that, those renders turn out to be correct. The S22 Ultra is very similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The device will have rounded screen edges and a recess to store the S Pen. The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra already supported the stylus, but has no space to store it. The same goes for Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3.
→ Read on and see the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra photos
This handy Chromecast feature no longer works in Android 12
After updating to Android 12, it is no longer possible to control the Chromecast volume with the volume buttons of your smartphone. With Android 11 (and older), if you streamed a Netflix series or YouTube video from your device, for example, you could use your phone’s volume buttons to adjust the sound of your television. Unfortunately, this is no longer possible in the latest Android version. A Google employee leaves the Issue Tracker know that this is because of a ‘legal issue’. More information is not available at this time. However, it seems that the problem will be solved with Android 12L (or Android 12.1), which will appear for Pixel phones next year.
→ Read more about the missing Chromecast feature in Android 12
Netflix adds games to subscription
Maybe in a few years we will no longer think about just sitting on the couch with Netflix, but also about cool games. From now on you can play games on your smartphone or tablet via the streaming service. You don’t pay anything extra for it: the games are included in your Netflix subscription. For the time being, these are existing titles, which you normally have to pay for separately. Some of them are based on Netflix series, such as Stranger Things: 1984 and Stranger Things 3. The other games you can play right now are Shooting Hoops, Card Blast and Teeter Up. The offer will be expanded in the future.
→ Read more about the games in Netflix
This is the Motorola Moto G51: 50 megapixel camera and 120Hz screen
The Motorola Moto G51 has been unveiled in China. For example, the Moto G51 has a very large screen of 6.8 inches, just like the Moto G9 Power. The display shows smooth images thanks to the 120Hz refresh rate, but the HD resolution is low. As a result, images do not look as sharp and individual pixels are easier to distinguish from each other. In addition, the Moto G51 has a Snapdragon 480 Plus processor, which supports 5G internet as standard. The Moto phone is also equipped with no less than 8GB of RAM, which is much more than with most budget devices from Motorola. On the back is a triple camera, with the 50 megapixel main camera especially striking.
→ Read more about the announcement of the Motorola Moto G51
Samsung will release thin Galaxy M52 5G in the Netherlands at the end of November
The Samsung Galaxy M52 5G was recently announced, but nothing was known about a Dutch release at the time. That is now changing, because Samsung has announced that the smartphone will be available for sale here at the end of November. The phone costs 379 euros and is therefore a few tens cheaper than the Galaxy A52s. You can currently get this smartphone for just under 400 euros. The Samsung M52 5G stands out because of its design, because it is quite thin with a thickness of 7.4 millimeters. Many Android smartphones are a bit ‘sturdier’. In addition, the M52 is also relatively light: the smartphone weighs 173 grams, making it lighter than the A52s (189 grams), but a fraction heavier than the Galaxy S21 (169 grams).
→ Read more about the release of the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G in the Netherlands
Video of the week: wishes for the new Chromecast
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