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“This is the Samsung Galaxy A53, with a familiar design”
The Samsung Galaxy A53 will probably only be announced in a few months, but the first images have now appeared online. The renders show that the Samsung Galaxy A53 looks almost the same as its predecessor, the Samsung A52. The new device would be slightly thinner than its predecessor. According to the information, the housing is 8.14 millimeters thick, compared to the 8.4 millimeters of the A52. It is striking that Samsung seems to be removing the headphone jack. This port was on the Galaxy A52. Furthermore, the A53 is very similar to its predecessor.
→ Read on and view the Samsung Galaxy A53 renders
‘Renders show first look at new OnePlus 10 Pro’
Curious what 2022 will bring in terms of smartphones? Alleged renders of the OnePlus 10 Pro have appeared. The most striking detail is the large island on the back. It contains three cameras and an LED flash. The current OnePlus 9 Pro still has four sensors on board. Exactly what kind of cameras the 10 Pro will get is still the question. The camera island is connected to the frame on the side of the device, something we know from the Samsung Galaxy S21 family. Finally, it is also striking that there is no Hasselblad logo on these images. In 2021, another long-term collaboration with that well-known camera manufacturer was announced.
→ These are the first renders of the OnePlus 10 Pro
Realme’s Chromecast with Google TV competitor is coming to the Netherlands
The Realme 4K TV Stick with Google TV is a competitor to Google’s own Chromecast and also runs on the same software. Realme leaves on request Android Planet know that the hdmi dongle is also coming to the Netherlands. A spokesperson says that the company will sell the media player through partners and is aiming for a release in December. It concerns the Realme TV Stick 2K and Realme TV Stick 4K, which will cost 54.99 and 69.99 euros respectively. Since the Realme 4K TV Stick runs on Google TV, it is very similar to the Chromecast with Google TV. The device has its own interface, which you operate with the supplied remote control.
→ Read more about the Realme TV Stick release in the Netherlands
FluBot virus has returned: beware of fake SMS about package
The so-called FluBot virus is circulating again in the Netherlands, the police reported this week. It is already the second comeback of the virus, which first surfaced in May this year via SMS malware and returned in October as a fake security update. FluBot has already killed tens of thousands of victims and looted their bank accounts. After the foray into the so-called security update, FluBot returns to its roots. Criminals are sending text messages again telling you that a package is on its way to you and that you need to install an app to track the package. Do that not, because that application is the malware and developed to steal your money without you realizing it.
→ Read more about the return of FluBot virus for Android
‘Motorola Edge 30 Ultra and Moto G31 leaked: view the images here’
Earlier we wrote about the Motorola Moto G Power (2022) and now it is the turn of two other Motorola smartphones, which have yet to be unveiled. Renders of the Edge 30 Ultra are published by 91Mobiles in collaboration with the well-known smartphone delicious OnLeaks. The images show the new flagship in full regalia. The Motorola Moto G31 has also been revealed. The smartphone follows the Moto G30, which was released in the Netherlands earlier this year. A major improvement of the G31 would be the screen. The display reportedly has an OLED panel, which provides beautiful colors and deep blacks.
→ Read more about the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra and Moto G31
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