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Realme Book Enhanced Edition Air brings lightweight body and 11th gen Intel i5 CPU
Realme's third laptop was just announced in China - say hello to the Realme Book Enhanced Edition Air.
Samsung unveils Exynos 2200 with Xclipse GPU, based on AMD RDNA2 architecture
Samsung introduced today the Exynos 2200 - its latest flagship chipset that will power the Galaxy S22 smartphones in certain regions.
Realme 9i debuts in India, sales begin January 22
The Realme 9i was unveiled last week, and today it debuted in India.
Airlines warn of imminent interference once C-Band 5G goes live Wednesday
On Wednesday, AT&T and Verizon will begin lighting new C-Band 5G across the United States which has the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) as well as several US airline executives concerned about interference if 5G is deployed too close to airport runways.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G gets Android 12 in South Korea and the US
The latest firmware update has arrived for Samsung' nearly three-year-old flagship phone.
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G gets certified with 15W charger
The Galaxy A5x series model du jour has consistently been Samsung's best selling device year after year, and we have no reason to doubt the situation being similar in 2022 with the upcoming Galaxy A53 5G.
2022 iPhone SE to be called SE+ 5G, 2023/2024 model to come with 5.7" display
We already know by now that Apple is about to introduce a new iPhone SE this spring and it will likely adopt a somewhat dated design.
Infinix INBook X2 launches with Intel 10-gen chips, slim and light body
Infinix refreshed its INBook laptop series with the INBook X2 - a 14-inch thin and light laptop with aluminum alloy chassis powered by Intel's 10th generation CPUs.
Apple's AR/VR headset reportedly delayed until 2023, target price revealed
The detailed leaks and their frequency suggest that Apple's augmented reality/virtual reality headset's development is going at full speed.
Retailers in Europe list Exynos-powered Galaxy S22 series
Samsung is once again expected to launch the Galaxy S series with two chipsets - the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra will get a Qualcomm platform in some markets, while others will feature the latest Exynos 2200.