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Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro: New Pricing and Features Leaked for the US and UK Markets

Google plans to the Google Pixel 8 and 8 Pro release date on October 4. New details about the phones’ pricing in the United States and the United Kingdom have now emerged online. Alongside the pricing, key features of both models have also been leaked. The Google Pixel 8 leaks show that it will cost … The post Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro: New Pricing and Features Leaked for the US and UK Markets appeared first on XiaomiToday .

New POCO C31: Xiaomi s entry range becomes shock resistant

As planned, POCO today presented its new POCO C31 , a terminal categorized within the entry range that stands out for its autonomy and especially for its resistance to shocks. Positioning itself as the most economical terminal of the company, the POCO C31 has been presented together with a new battery that, using a more space interleaved, guarantees a useful life of up to 2.5 years without any deterioration. In addition, the POCO C31 has been manufactured in such a way that it is most resistant to shocks . According to the company itself, it is a " Strong, secure and fast " terminal, that is, strong, secure and fast. POCO C31, features and price In detail, the POCO C31 has made its debut alongside a 6.53-inch IPS screen and HD + resolution . Inside it adds a MediaTek Helio G35 and 3 / 4GB of RAM combinable with up to 32 or 64GB of internal storage. In addition, the POCO C31 is characterized by its large 5,000mAh battery, with a fast charge of 16W. Beyond that we f

{Disarmed} These Android apps have ripped off over 10 million users

According to a new report from Zimperian Labs, a malicious Trojan horse that researchers called "GriftHorse" was used in a mobile campaign that the report said was classified as "aggressive". More than 10 million Android users from over 70 countries fell victim to a scam that subscribed to innocent-looking apps that, without their knowledge, billed them around $ 42 a month. More than 200 apps from categories such as tools, entertainment, dating and more were involved in the scam. This created a widely ramified network that made it easier to catch the victims. One particular app, Handy Translator Pro, has been installed over 500,000 times. The scam goes back to November 2020. The ripped off Android users lived in different countries like Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States. In their report, Zimperium researchers Aazim Yaswant and Nipun Gupta write: "While typical

{Disarmed} Motorola Moto Tab G20 presented

Motorola's first tablet in nearly a decade has finally officially launched, and it's… definitely not a screamer. Powered by a modest MediaTek Helio P22T processor, the Moto Tab G20 competes with Amazon's Fire HD 8 and Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite in terms of speed and screen size rather than one of the super-fast Falggschiff tablets. With a price of the equivalent of EUR 128.00 in India, the 8 ″ entry-level tablet has not been confirmed for sale in other countries for the time being. Regional pre-orders are due to start in India on Saturday, October 2nd. By the way, the reason why the Motorola Moto Tab G20 may sound familiar is that it is practically identical to the Lenovo Tab M8 Gen 3, which was introduced in June. We're talking about everything here, from the general appearance to all of the hardware specifications and the "bloatware-free" Android 11. : Motorola Motorola Moto Tab G20 specifications 8 ″ (1,280 x 800 pixels) HD IPS TDDI 16:10 displ

{Disarmed} Huh? Samsung Galaxy S21 FE appeared at the FCC

Unconfirmed reports earlier this week said Samsung may have canceled plans to release the Galaxy S21 FE. But now it appears that the Exynos model of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has been submitted to the FCC for certification. But that is more than confusing now. The records indicate that the phone is version number SM-G990E. According to reports, this is the model of the smartphone with Samsung's in-house Exynos processor. Not much is known about the FCC filing yet, but all evidence points to this phone. The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has been in limbo for some time. During the summer there were numerous references to the smartphone, including documents that had already been submitted to the Bluetooth SIG and a mention in the Google Play Console . Even the phone's user guide has found its way onto the Internet. However, rumors surfaced about a possible delay in the phone's launch about a month ago. The blame for this has been related to the current global chip shorta

{Disarmed} Samsung Galaxy S22 should make up half of series production

The Samsung Galaxy S22 is to appear with a 6.06 ″ display, making it very compact. And as it is now reported, it will make up almost half of the devices produced in the upcoming Galaxy S22 series. Samsung apparently sees a lot of potential in the device and has set itself a delivery target of up to 60 percent of the entire range for this device. The Samsung Galaxy S22 + is expected to make up 20 percent of deliveries and the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to be between 20 and 30 percent. The Ultra model is touted as the successor to the Note 20 Ultra and will be able to house the S Pen stylus. Therefore, the low expectations of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra are a bit strange when you consider that the model is supposed to put off fans of the former Note series. These numbers are a novelty as Samsung has never set more than half of the production and delivery target for a single model in the range. For the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, for example, the standard version accoun

Galaxy A33: Has Samsung Learned From Its Own Mistakes?

Samsung is working on new models of the A series and would like to release a Galaxy A33, among other things. Hopefully, the manufacturer has dealt closely with the Galaxy A32 and got rid of the annoying problems. Samsung Galaxy A33 is coming in spring 2022 Samsung's simple mid-range A-series smartphones are to be expanded with a whole range of new models. After the Galaxy A32, which came on the market in February 2021, there should be a successor with the Galaxy A33, among other things. In addition, a Galaxy A13, Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A73 can be expected. According to initial reports, the new phones will hit the market in spring 2022, but not before the flagship Galaxy S22. Details on the features of the Galaxy A33 have not yet been determined. Samsung may forego the previous distinction between LTE and 5G models in the next year and only release a single 5G-enabled cell phone (source: Galaxy Club). It is to be hoped that Samsung has dealt with the problems of the Galaxy A32

The Redmi Note 8 and other Xiaomi will stop receiving new updates from November

Unfortunately the bad news is coming back from Xiaomi. As of the end of November of this year, several Xiaomi smartphones, among which we find the Redmi Note 8 and Redmi Note 8, will be left without support for new updates . Likewise, the company itself has communicated it, who after the launch of its latest MIUI beta has confirmed the exact date on which up to 9 of its smartphones will say goodbye to the beta program and therefore, to the new functionalities that are developed from from that moment. From April these Xiaomi will stop receiving new MIUI updates In detail, it will be next November 27, 2021 when the Xiaomi Mi 9, Xiaomi Mi 9 SE, Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro, Redmi K20 Pro, Redmi K20, Xiaomi CC9 Meitu Edition, Xiaomi CC9, Redmi Note 8 Pro and Redmi Note 8 they will see their development version stopped. In this way, the end-of-life date for each of these smartphones will be November 27 , receiving only those news presented prior to that day through their different betas. YOU MA

The weather app on your smartphone only shows rain? That s it

Some actually reliable weather apps on the smartphone can go crazy: Often only rain is predicted, and not a drop falls throughout the day. But that's only partly due to the weather. Unreliable weather apps: that's why it always rains Anyone who regularly checks the weather on their smartphone - before an evening walk with their dog, for example, or as part of the weekend planning - will have stumbled upon it: The weather is chaotic. Whether today, tomorrow or in a few days, whether on an Android smartphone or iPhone, the picture is the same everywhere: rain and even more rain, although in many places not a drop falls for days. For example, there are now and then gloomy prospects for iPhone users: There are several reasons for the strange weather app phenomenon: On the one hand, the weather in summer and autumn is usually less constant than in winter. Showers are more frequent in summer and they are "quite large, but do not hit every place to the same extent," exp

Sharp: Lightweight Android cell phone relies on a unique display

For a 5G mobile phone as light as a feather and also with a particularly fluid display: Sharp has presented the new Android mobile phone Aquos Zero 6 in Japan. The refresh rate is a full 240 Hertz - because Sharp has come up with a trick. Sharp Aquos Zero 6 presented with 240 Hertz Sharp has presented an unusual smartphone that aims to stand out from the competition in several areas. The focus is clearly on the display, which is equipped with a refresh rate of 240 Hertz. This should enable particularly smoother scrolling . But that's not the whole truth, because it actually remains at 120 Hertz, which is also worth seeing. The manufacturer relies on a little trick, because in addition to the 120 frames per second, there are also 120 black frames . These are not visible to the human eye, but are intended to ensure even smoother movements. The OLED display itself has a diagonal of 6.4 inches and has a resolution of 2,340 x 1,080 pixels. Although the Aquos Zero 6 is a 5G smartph

{Disarmed} New Xiaomi phone with code name PSYCHE has appeared

Another new Xiaomi smartphone is on the horizon. After the new Xiaomi CIVI , another model has now appeared - with the code name PSYCHE. It has the model number 2112123AC and is said to be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor, a display with a high refresh rate, a fast charging function with high performance and a large main camera. It is not yet clear which series the device belongs to. It is believed that it could perhaps be a high-end version of the new CIVI model. But it is also possible that it is a new model, because one is not yet entirely sure. But there aren't many Snapdragon 870 models on Xiaomi, the only one in the Xiaomi Mi 10S. : Weibo The upcoming Xiaomi smartphone also uses the Snapdragon 870 and is likely to position itself similarly to the Xiaomi Mi 10S. But as you can see, so far these are all just guesses and rumors. There is no additional information about the model except for the code name and model number. Let's be surprised what

This is the new Redmi Note 10 Lite, another Xiaomi rehash for certain markets

Like every year, Xiaomi has not stopped bombarding us with new smartphones. On this occasion, the latest inclusion of the firm in its catalog comes under the name Redmi Note 10 Lite , although the truth is that it should have had another name. Without going any further, the new Redmi Note 10 Lite arrives on the market as a rehash of the Redmi Note 9S , changing its name, its price and little else. As you can see below, almost all its characteristics are maintained. Redmi Note 10 Lite, main features The new Redmi Note 10 Lite is presented alongside a 6.67-inch IPS / LCD screen and FHD + resolution . This has TÜV Rheinlad certification, support for 2.0 reading mode and also adds a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protective coating. Redmi Note 10 Lite Inside we find a Snapdragon 720G , accompanied by 4 / 6GB of RAM and 64 / 128GB of internal storage. All this is completed with a 5,000mAh battery with 18W fast charge. As far as photography is concerned, the new Redmi Note 10 Lite has a

BlueStacks X launched: Play Android games in the browser on any device

BlueStacks goes to the cloud. Instead of creating an Android emulation on a Windows PC, you can now simply play Android games in your browser. The choice is wide and the service is still free, at least for now. BlueStacks X: Play Android games in the browser Anyone who has ever been interested in Android under Windows has stumbled upon BlueStacks with one hundred percent certainty. This allows you to install and use an Android emulation on the PC. With BlueStacks X you can now start a new service. This works in the cloud and thus runs on every PC, tablet and smartphone. If you want, you can play Android games on a MacBook or iPad (watch BlueStacks X). The big advantage of BlueStacks X lies in the implementation. You don't have to install the games. Everything runs through the cloud . So it doesn't matter how much power your PC, tablet or smartphone has available. You can just play every Android game that is offered there. There are currently over 200 games included, such a

Xiaomi sets new standards: the next smartphone gets a special display

Things couldn't be better for Xiaomi at the moment. The Chinese company is taking the smartphone market by storm and is well on the way to becoming the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world. At the same time, the development of new ideas does not stop. With the display, Xiaomi aims very high. Xiaomi develops smartphone with 4K display Sony is so far the only smartphone manufacturer that has installed a 4K display. The Xperia 1 III supports 4K resolution with up to 120 Hz. Samsung, Apple and many other manufacturers do without such a high resolution. And Xiaomi has not been interested in it either. On the contrary, the Chinese company only uses an FHD + resolution in many smartphones in order to save energy. A smartphone with a 4K display from Xiaomi has now appeared at the Chinese approval authority TENAA (source: GSMArena). According to current information, it could be the Xiaomi CC11 Pro, which will be presented soon. This would be equipped with a 6.55-inch display tha

Tariff cracker: Unlimited LTE data volume for 11.99 euros per month

Wouldn't it be nice if you had a mobile phone contract where you could surf without limits? This is exactly what is now possible with an offer from Mobilcom-Debitel, where there is no data limit for only 11.99 euros per month. But you have to pay attention to one detail. Unlimited LTE data volume for 11.99 euros per month LTE data volume is still a scarce commodity in Germany. With cheap tariffs, there is often not much to do with it. If you are often on the go and want to stream films, series or music, it can be tight - but not with this tariff. Telefónica recently introduced unlimited tariffs and Mobilcom-Debitel is offering one of them for a short time at a reduced price. For 11.99 euros a month (available from Mobilcom-Debitel) you can surf as much as you want. Normally such a tariff at CO2 costs 34.99 euros per month. The details of the tariff at a glance: Provider: Mobilcom-Debitel Netz: o2 Allnet-Flat in all German networks SMS-Flat in all German networks LTE data volum

Update for MacBooks: Apple is working on secret "Turbo mode"

Could MacBooks be even faster than Apple currently allows? The assumption is reasonable, because according to a current report, the first indications of a secret "turbo mode" in macOS Monterey have now been discovered. That could give Apple's mobile computer an additional boost. In the current beta version of macOS Monterey (version 12), a so-called "high power mode" has now been discovered in the depths of the program code. It could be a currently still secret function in which MacBooks can switch on a kind of "turbo mode" (source: 9to5Mac). MacBook with "High Power Mode" How can we imagine this? As soon as the MacBook is connected to a power supply unit, the "High Power Mode" is activated as required. Now the mobile computer runs under full load regardless of power consumption and heat development , possibly faster than Apple currently allows. Looks familiar to us. Already within a developer version of macOS Catalina (versi

{Disarmed} BlueStacks launches free cloud gaming service for mobile games

If you want to play Android games on PC with a keyboard and mouse, there are few software systems out there that are superior to BlueStacks. However, this software has some significant limitations. For example, the latest version only works on Windows, and you need a PC that is powerful enough to emulate the games you want to play. BlueStacks X is designed to solve these problems. In contrast to the regular version of BlueStacks, which can be downloaded and installed locally on the PC, this version is completely cloud-based. All you have to do is launch your browser, log in, and start playing. Because BlueStacks X is browser-based, it is essentially platform-independent. That said, it works on Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Chrome OS, Raspberry Pi, and even some smart TVs. It doesn't matter how powerful / weak the system is, as cloud servers and your browser take the load. Right now, BlueStacks X is completely free. All you have to do is set up an account (the easiest way is

{Disarmed} Oppo confirms: tablets and foldables are coming

Oppo has long been rumored that the manufacturer will soon introduce a tablet. When the company unveiled ColorOS 12 powered by Android 12, it showed that the latest version of its user interface is compatible with a variety of form factors, including tablets and foldable devices. Today one of the company's top managers officially confirmed the manufacturer's tablets and foldables. The "Responsive Design" of ColorOS 12 adapts to different form factors. At a partner summit, Liu Bo, Vice President of Oppo and President of Oppo China, announced the company's plans for high-end products, IoT products and the eCommerce strategy. According to a report from Sina Technology, the manager confirmed that his company will launch its first tablet in the first half of 2022. It has also been confirmed that Oppo will also launch "multi-form smartphone products". In other words, the company will develop foldable devices. Unfortunately, there was no precise sched

{Disarmed} Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro get MIUI 12.5 Enhanced Edition in Europe

The Enhanced Edition of MIUI 12.5 is now being distributed in Europe for the Xiaomi Mi 10T and Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro. This is a stable beta release, which means that only a handful of users, especially "stable beta testers", receive the build for testing. The update is already available for global and Indian models, there have not yet been any bug reports, which gives hope that the final version will follow shortly. In the meantime, the update will be rolled out with the version number MIUI RJDEUXM, which is 684 MB in size. The changelog of the MIUI 12.5 Enhanced Edition shows that the system should run faster and more smoothly. There are various new features such as atomized memory, liquid storage, focused algorithm and smart balance. Aside from these new features, the update also increased the Android security patch to September 2021 to improve system security and stability. s): AdimorahBlog The post Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro get MIUI 12.5 Enhanced Edit

Sony tackles Huawei: Chinese manufacturer ignored warning

Sony is certain that Huawei is violating the trademark rights of the Japanese group. Accordingly, a lawsuit has now been filed. Meanwhile, Huawei is trying to secure more trademark rights to wipe out Sony. It's about smartwatches and a legendary game. Sony is suing Huawei over GT smartwatches Huawei has been exposed to many processes in the company's history. Now Sony wants to enforce its trademark rights to "GT". A few years ago, the Japanese company asked Huawei not to equip its smartwatches with the addition "GT". Huawei didn't care and so the GT-Watches came onto the market. Sony, however, is of the opinion that the "GT" belongs to the company, as it is used as the abbreviation of the cult game "Gran Turismo" (source: LetsGoDigital). Huawei does not want to face the lawsuit without a fight, but has even applied for naming rights in England for a Watch GT3, GT5, GT8 and GT10 . The company wants to further expand its GT line of

{Disarmed} Fairphone 4 5G officially launched

The Fairphone 4 is the Dutch brand's first 5G phone, and it comes with a ton of upgrades: it has a new design that's been built from the ground up - including a back that's made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled material. Polycarbonate is made up of powerful internal hardware, a larger battery, and more memory and storage space. The Fairphone 4 5G consists of 14 materials that come from ethical sources: The vibration motor is made of fair-mined tungsten from Rwanda, the magnesium plate behind the screen is made of 30 percent recycled magnesium alloy, gold from fair trade, aluminum from suppliers of aluminum Stewardship Initiative (ASI) Performance Standard and Recycled Tin. The phone is the first zero-waste mobile phone as Fairphone recycles one phone for every Fairphone 4 sold. The Fairphone 4 5G has a 6.3 ″ FullHD + display with a Gorilla Glass 5 layer, a Snapdragon 750G with 5G connectivity, 6 GB of RAM with 128 GB of storage space or a high-end model with

{Disarmed} Huawei P40 Lite Firmware Update [JNY-LX1 (C432E1R6P1)]

The Huawei P40 Lite is brought back up to date. The UpdateNY-LX1 (C432E1R6P1) now has the September 2021 patch in its luggage for users. The update is now available for download and installation. The latest update is 169 MB this time, you might be better off turning on WiFi for the download. Before installing, you should also back up your personal data. There are no other innovations besides the security patch this time. NY-LX1 (C432E1R6P1) changelog List of changes This update improves system security through the use of security patches. [Safety] Integrates security patches released in September 2021 for improved system security. For more information about the security of HUAWEI's EMUI system updates, please visit the HUAWEI official website: s): Huawei blog The article Huawei P40 Lite Firmware Update [JNY-LX1 (C432E1R6P1)] first appeared on xiaomist's blog .

Fairphone 4 presented and viewed: Smartphone for a better world?

The Dutch company Fairphone has presented its latest smartphone. The Fairphone 4 compensates for E-Waste, is built from raw materials obtained as fairly as possible, is easy to repair and should be supported for a long time. We take a look at it first. What the Fairphone 4 5G can do The Fairphone 4 wants to score with future- proofing, relying on proven Qualcomm technology at its core. A Snapdragon 750G is used as the clock - in terms of performance, the device and chip are in the current mid-range. The cheaper version comes up with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, a slightly more expensive version with 8 GB and 256 GB of internal storage. The LC-based display has a diagonal of 6.3 inches , has a resolution of FHD + and is protected by robust Gorilla Glass 5 from Corning. The Fairphone has 4 stereo speakers for enjoying media. Two cameras on the back have a resolution of 48 MP each - in addition to the regular camera module with optical image stabilization (OIS), one i

Sony tackles Huawei: Chinese manufacturers ignored warning

Sony is certain that Huawei is violating the trademark rights of the Japanese group. Accordingly, a lawsuit has now been filed. Meanwhile, Huawei is trying to secure more trademark rights to wipe out Sony. It's about smartwatches and a legendary game. Sony is suing Huawei over GT smartwatches Huawei has been exposed to many processes in the company's history. Now Sony wants to enforce its trademark rights to "GT". A few years ago, the Japanese company asked Huawei not to equip its smartwatches with the addition "GT". Huawei didn't care and so the GT-Watches came onto the market. Sony, however, is of the opinion that the "GT" belongs to the company, as it is used as the abbreviation of the cult game "Gran Turismo" (source: LetsGoDigital). Huawei does not want to face the lawsuit without a fight, but has even applied for naming rights in England for a Watch GT3, GT5, GT8 and GT10 . The company wants to further expand its GT line of

iOS 15 causes trouble: iPhone users lose photos

Many users already have iOS 15 installed on their iPhone. But now they have to be careful not to suddenly lose their photos. The reason for this is a serious mistake. What can you do? As expected, Apple's system updates are not always delivered completely error-free, and the new iOS 15 also comes with one or the other bug for iPhone users. Now it turns out: Under certain conditions , pictures simply disappear from the iPhone's photo library (source: MacRumors). iOS 15: Photos of iPhone users may no longer be safe The error occurs when images from the Messages app are saved within your own photo collection, but the associated message is then deleted from iMessage and an iCloud backup is initiated. As if by magic, the photos that were previously believed to be safe and actually saved disappear. If you want, you can follow the example of the error as follows: Save a photo from a conversation in Photos. Make sure the photo was saved too. Now delete the message from which the

{Disarmed} HarmonyOS 3.0 will be released shortly

HarmonyOS is still on everyone's lips. Huawei is seeing steadily increasing numbers of installations on smartphones and there are even more records to be achieved. Therefore, Huawei seems to want to introduce the next version - HarmonyOS 3.0 - soon. A well-known Huawei insider has reported that HarmonyOS 3.0 could hit the market very soon. HarmonyOS is quite popular with Chinese consumers. However, global users currently do not have the opportunity to test the new Huawei OS on smartphones. HarmonyOS 2.0 is only available on a few tablets in Germany. Huawei itself has not yet confirmed any news through its official channels or whatever. What is certain, however, is that the next Huawei Developer Conference Together 2021 is scheduled for October 24th. And then HarmonyOS 3.0 could be presented. However, Huawei has not yet announced HarmonyOS 3.0 on the official HDC 2021 website. We'll wait and see what's to come. s): ITHome The article HarmonyOS 3.0 Coming Soon ap

{Disarmed} Sony Interactive launches lawsuit against Huawei over Watch GT3

Sony is filing a lawsuit against Huawei over the Watch GT series of smartwatches. Sony Interactive does not want Huawei to use the term "Gran Turismo". The fact that one is a game and the other is a smartwatch should certainly make the decision easier for the judges. Huawei has released several Watch GT series wearables over the years. The name "GT" refers to the Gran Turismo racing cars known for their high performance and luxurious appearance. And apparently Sony thinks that "GT" seems to be theirs only. Sony is apparently of the opinion that there is a likelihood of confusion. Which is complete nonsense. Sony could have sued all automakers who use such an abbreviation on their models. And this should already show that Sony has no prospect of success in this lawsuit. In 2016, Sony Interactive first appealed, then in 2019 the company again appealed against the trademarks registered by Huawei. A remarkable detail; During this time, both the Huawe

From PayPal to advertising terror on the smartphone: Something will change here in October 2021

In October 2021 there will be some changes in our everyday lives again, some are happy, others annoy us consumers. From the final end of a popular PayPal function to steps against annoying telephone advertising to the start of Windows 11 - xiaomist has an overview. For consumers, there are again some changes to be made at the turn of the month. While some are likely to simplify the everyday life of many people in Germany, there are also limitations that we have to get used to. PayPal, digital sick leave, telephone terror: that will change in October 2021 As of October 1st, the Federal Network Agency will have new options for taking action against unwanted advertising on the phone: Companies must first obtain the consent of the called party for advertising calls, record it and keep it for five years. This is intended to facilitate the tracking of unwanted advertising . Companies that violate the retention requirement or do not obtain consent at all must expect high fines (source: d

{Disarmed} Samsung Galaxy S22 +: The battery is also smaller here

The Samsung Galaxy S22 series is expected to be presented in January 2022. And again and again in the last few days there have been a series of leaks about the upcoming flagships. After it has already been announced that the battery of the Samsung Galaxy S22 will be significantly smaller than its predecessor, the battery capacity of the Samsung Galaxy S22 + has now also been confirmed. A Samsung battery with the model number EB-BS906ABY has been certified by the South Korean certification authority. Judging by the model number, it's used in the Galaxy S22 +. The battery has a nominal capacity of 4,370 mAh and its typical capacity is 4,500 mAh. This is also a deterioration of 300 mAh compared to the 4,800 mAh battery of the Galaxy S21 +. : As already known, the screen sizes of the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 + will be reduced (6.01 ″ and 6.55 ″ respectively), while the size (6.81 ″) of the Galaxy S22 Ultra remains the same. All of these models will offer a h

Samsung Galaxy S22: Plus model is also devalued

With the Galaxy S22, S22 Plus and S22, Samsung has to bring ultra high-end smartphones onto the market that are selling well. At the moment, however, the company seems to be working hard to ensure that exactly the opposite occurs. When it comes to the battery, savings are made instead of being cluttered. Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus: Battery is getting smaller too Just yesterday we reported that the battery in the Galaxy S22 was getting smaller. It has now been assumed that Samsung only does this with the smallest model. But exactly the opposite is the case. Samsung will also downsize the battery on the Galaxy S22 Plus. The Galaxy S22's battery has been reduced from 4,000 mAh to 3,700 mAh compared to its predecessor. The capacity of the Galaxy S22 Plus drops from 4,800 mAh in the Galaxy S21 Plus to just 4,500 mAh (source: MyFixGuide). So you lose 300 mAh each time. This will inevitably affect the battery life of the Galaxy S22 Plus. No matter how efficient the new processor and the

WhatsApp confirms a new function that makes you invisible

Sometimes it's the little features that you lack in the daily use of WhatsApp, but which have a huge impact on your own life. The "last online" status is just such a function that will soon receive an important innovation. You will soon be able to make yourself invisible to selected people - and they won't even notice it. WhatsApp: "Last online" status is expanded Update from 09/30/2021: WhatsApp has now indirectly confirmed that the function will be carried out with the extension of the "Last online" status . A tweet suggests that the function that only makes you invisible to certain people will actually soon be implemented. Original article: WhatsApp gives you the option to see when a contact was last online. This can become a problem in certain situations , which is why you can choose whether everyone on WhatsApp is allowed to receive this information or only your own contacts. But even that is often not enough, because sometimes you don&

{Disarmed} Xiaomi is scheduled to introduce MIUI 13 in November

Xiaomi is currently focused on upgrading its devices to the Enhanced Edition of MIUI 12.5. However, the company is preparing a new user interface with MIUI 13. And it still seems to be some time before the MIUI 13 will be presented. Xiaomi started developing MIUI 13 immediately after the release of MIUI 12, but the latter had some frustrating bugs on board. To fix these issues, Xiaomi put MIUI 12.5 in between, and hopefully all the bugs will be fixed with the Enhanced Edition. MIUI is expected to introduce 13 in November. We can expect it to start in December. Xiaomi MIUI's official Weibo account posted a teaser suggesting a release in November. More information about the MIUI 13 release should be available in the coming days. Nevertheless, it is a rumor, Xiaomi has not yet said anything official about the launch of MIUI 13. s): Xiaomiui The article Xiaomi is supposed to introduce MIUI 13 in November first appeared on xiaomist's blog .