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Samsung next year line up has been leaked

Samsung has plenty of new devices for its fans in 2022.

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Samsung has great expectations for 2022, and it’s not just because of the Galaxy S22 smartphones. We’ve heard a lot of speculations regarding the Galaxy Tab S8 series, and now we have some leaked details on the tablet, as well as information on Samsung’s plans for new wireless headphones, smartwatches, and laptops in 2022.

According to TheElec, Samsung’s wireless business division has reportedly discussed its 2022 business plans with up to thirty major South Korean partners, detailing production schedules and dates.

The information, which was translated and organized in a nice table by leakster FrontTron, exposes four Galaxy Tab S8 variants: a Lite model, a vanilla Tab S8, a Tab S8+, and a Tab S8 Ultra. The premium Tab S8 members are slated to go into production in Q2 2020, while the Lite variant will be released in Q4.

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According to the information, Samsung plans to create 1.6 million Tab S8 Lite units and 1.2 million Galaxy Tab S8 units. The Plus and Ultra variants should be produced in smaller numbers, with 900,000 and 400,000 units being produced, respectively.

We may also expect two entry-level tablets, the Tab A8 and Tab A7 Lite, to be released between Q1 and Q4 2022 in far bigger quantities than the premium slates, at 11 million units each.

Samsung intends to build 4.8 million units of the Galaxy Watch5 in Q4 in the smart wearables category. In the Q2-Q3 timeframe, the Galaxy Buds Pro2 and Buds Live2 are also expected. Samsung plans to produce 3.3 million Buds Live2 and 3.1 million Buds Pro2 units.

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Samsung unveils the Galaxy A03 with 48MP dual camera

It’s a perfect smartphone to make your day-to-day more convenient!

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The Samsung Galaxy A03 joins the Galaxy A03s, which debuted in August, and the Galaxy A03 Core, which debuted last week. The Galaxy A03 is the successor of the Galaxy A02, which debuted in January.

The A03 features a 6.5″ HD+ Infinity-V display with a notch for the 5MP selfie camera, as well as a dual-camera system with a 48MP main camera and a 2MP depth sensor on the back, which is an advance over the A02’s 13MP main camera and 2MP macro unit.

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The A03 is powered by an unnamed octa-core processor with two clusters that run at a maximum clock frequency of 1.6GHz. Samsung doesn’t specify which version of Android and One UI the A03 ships with, but it does say the phone comes with three memory options: 3GB/32GB, 4GB/64GB, and 4GB/128GB.

The A03 supports Dolby Atmos, has a 5,000 mAh battery, and is available in Black, Blue, and Red.

The Galaxy A03’s pricing and availability have yet to be announced by Samsung, but we should know more shortly.

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Realme narzo 50i is now available in the Philippines

An affordable smartphone for entry-level gaming aficionados.

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The Realme narzo 50i is being targeted to empower Filipino mobile gaming aficionados, following the successful launch of the narzo 50A earlier this month.

The realme narzo 50i is now available in Black and Mint Green colorways at all realme stores and select partner dealers around the country.

Realme Narzo 50i Specs

The Realme 50i is powered by a Unisoc SC9863A SoC and has 2/4GB RAM and 32/64GB storage. The gadget runs on Android 11 and runs realme UI Go Edition. It has a single 8MP back camera and a 5MP selfie camera on the front. A 5,000mAh cell with micro-USB charging is the star of the battery area.

The narzo 50i’s huge battery is said to last 43 days on standby or 23 hours of continuous video viewing. It also boasts a reverse charge option and an Ultra Saving Mode that, according to realme, can keep the phone on standby for two days even if the battery is only 5% charged.

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Realme narzo 5i Pricing and Availability

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The realme narzo 50i is priced at PHP 6,290 for the 4GB/64GB variant.

In conjunction with their ongoing #realmeWithYou holiday campaign, those who purchase the narzo 50i or any realme device with a minimum spend of PHP 5,000 at any realme flagship store or authorized partner dealer before January 2, 2022, will be entered to win one of the PHP 16,000 worth of realme TechLife prizes, as well as an e-raffle ticket to win an all-new Mitsubishi Mirage G4!

To register and see the complete mechanics, visit this link.

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The Narzo 50i is available in Mint Green and Carbon Black, with the 2/32GB trim starting at INR 7,499 ($101). When official sales begin on October 7, the 4/64GB variant will cost INR 8,999 ($122).

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Four new Nokia phones are in tow, sports new design

New camera bumps in tow!

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Evleaks, a trusted leaker, has revealed what appear to be official renders of four new Nokia devices that have yet to be announced. The phones are identified by model numbers N151DL, N150DL, N1530DL, and N152DL, which do not correspond to the standard TA-numbering method.

The smartphones, however, do not appear to be the normal Nokia devices that we are used to seeing. Not the N150DL and N152DL, at least. If you ask me, these models appear to have been designed on the request of some carrier, most likely the US one, given Evleaks obtained and disseminated the promotional materials.

Let’s look at the N150DL and N1530DL first. They have their camera bump at the upper left, a rounded rectangle that is visually split into two parts, indicating that they are definitely related devices. These are most likely mid-range gadgets because of the notch. The fingerprint reader on the side suggests an LCD, and there’s a 3.5 mm headphone jack on top. We couldn’t make out the label on the triple camera, unfortunately.

The Nokia N151DL sports a circular camera bump, which is the current design for most of HMD Global’s handsets. Because there is only one camera, no fingerprint reader, and a somewhat chunky bottom bezel, this one is most likely entry-level (opposite another notch).

Finally, the N152DL is very certainly a C-series phone, which means it runs Android Go Edition. Its design is eerily similar to that of the C1 or C01 Plus, which are a few years behind the times.

There’s no news on when these four Nokia phones will be released, but we may expect more specific leaks before then.

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