Or the alleged specs and prices of the Samsung smartphone’s 5G and 4G models, at least. But the source, Roland Quandt of Germany’s WinFuture, is someone who has a great track record when it comes to technology leaks, so we’re sharing with you what he has revealed.
So apparently, Realme‘s upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 phone will be showcased at MWC Shanghai, which starts February 23, ahead of its official March 4 launch in China. But as early as now, we already know some more significant details of the device.
Realme earlier confirmed that it will launch the Narzo 30 series in India February 24. The livestream will introduce the Narzo 30A, Narzo 30 Pro, and Buds Air 2 true wireless earphones, according to digital invites the company sent to the media.
It was reported earlier that ASUS’ next gaming smartphone will be dubbed ROG Phone 5, confirming leaks from before that the Taiwanese manufacturer would skip the number 4 since it is widely believed to be bad luck in Chinese culture.
A heads-up: The Samsung Galaxy A32, Galaxy A52, and Galaxy A72 are all probably headed to the Philippines soon, as hinted at by the listings we at Revü spotted on the Korean company’s local website.
It was only a matter of time. Xiaomi has finally revealed the launch date of its MIUI 12.5-based flagship phone in the Philippines.
Now, we can confirm it: Realme‘s next flagship smartphone, previously rumored to have the Race moniker, will actually be called the Realme GT.
Though the Redmi 9T has been out for a while, we’ve yet to hear from Xiaomi Philippines about the official release of the Redmi Note 9T 5G in the country. It’s probably coming sooner rather than later, judging from its appearance on Xiaomi’s brand stores online.
The successor to the Narzo 20 series is about to break cover. And just before the lineup’s launch date is even announced, Realme surprises us with a first official look at one of the yet-to-be-unveiled models.
The fastest-growing smartphone brand is all set to launch a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 phone it has dubbed the Realme Race. And now, we may finally have the actual name of the said model.