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Samsung Galaxy M62 is the F62 for the rest of the world, launching on March 3

Last week, Samsung announced the Galaxy F62 for India, with a huge 7,000 mAh battery. The phone went on sale a couple of days ago in the subcontinent, but if you live elsewhere and were interested in this model, here’s some good news for you. The Galaxy F62 is leaving India next week, only it will arrive in other markets as the Galaxy M62.…
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Huawei now accepts third party apps for its wearable devices

In the world of wearables, it seems like you can either get great battery life or a decent selection of third party apps. Huawei’s watches have so far been solidly in the former camp (unlike Wear OS devices and Apple Watches which are both in the latter). But that’s changing, as Huawei is now allowing third party apps for its smartwatches.…
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Sony FX3 is the company’s most affordable cinema camera

Sony has launched the new FX3, a compact full-frame camera that is now the most affordable model in the company’s cinema lineup. Based on the A7S III, the FX3 incorporates some features found on the more expensive cinema cameras in a smaller and lighter body. To say the FX3 is similar to the A7S III would be an understatement. As such, it would be easier to just list things that are different between the two cameras, and just acknowledge that everything else is basically identical.…
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Apple supplier will reportedly start manufacturing mini-LED panels for iPads in March

Rumors that Apple will transition its iPad line to mini-LED panels have been circulating for quite a while now – the (rumored) launch was originally targeted for late 2020, but that was pushed back to this year. And it may finally be happening. DigiTimes reports that Ennostar will start mass producing mini-LED panels at the end of this quarter (i.e. March).…
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Samsung Galaxy A12 review

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ZTE gives us another sneak peek at its second gen under-display camera

With all the hype surrounding under-display cameras, ZTE debuted the first commercially available smartphone with the new tech on its Axon 20 5G last year. Now, ZTE is giving us another look at its second gen attempt from MWC Shanghai. The brand’s official Weibo account shared two posts detailing the screen of what we assume will be the Axon 30 Pro.…
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Redmi Note 10 retail box reveals AMOLED display, 48MP main camera

Yesterday we saw the upcoming Redmi Note 10 Pro’s retail box and today we have the non-Pro’s as well. And as far as retail boxes go, this one is revealing. It shows a render of the phone, details the display as a FullHD+ AMOLED unit and gives away the main camera – 48MP. We know that Redmi will unveil the Note 10 series on March 4, and we expect the vanilla Redmi Note 10, the Redmi Note 10 Pro and possibly even a Redmi Note 10 Pro Max.…
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Oppo Reno5 K incoming, it’s the Reno5 5G with Snapdragon 750G

Oppo is looking to add another phone to the Reno5 family. According to a leakster on Weibo, a phone called Reno5 K is on its way, but it isn’t entirely new – it is actually the Oppo Reno5 5G with a Snapdragon 750G chipset, instead of the original 765G. Oppo Reno5 K A quick rundown of the specs tells us to expect a 6.43”…
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Red Magic Watch teased ahead of March 4 launch

nubia is preparing to launch its latest gaming smartphones under the Red Magic 6 lineup on March 4 and it will be joined by a Red Magic smartwatch. We’ve already seen the wearable in a detailed FCC listing and now nubia President Ni Fei shared an official render of the Red Magic Watch with accompanying specs of its display. Official Red Magic Watch teaser The round 1.39-inch…
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LG denies cancelling its rollable phone

An LG spokesperson has denied Yonhap’s report that the company has put the LG Rollable phone project on hold. “I can firmly deny that any such decision on future mobile products has been finalized,” said the spokesperson to The Verge. The wording is a little vague, the company hasn’t decided to mothball the project, but it hasn’t decided to go forward either.…