Apple’s MacBook Pro, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and more on sale today
Deals. Today we published an After The Buzz video of the Galaxy Z Flip and I also recommended that you get a smart watch with it to avoid having to use the outer display. Well, Amazon currently has the 256GB variant for $1380 shipped and it actually includes a free Galaxy Watch Active 2. If you don’t want the Watch, the phone has a $131 discount, leaving that at $1249 shipped. B&H also has the mid-2019 13in MacBook Pro for $500 off, leaving the Intel Core i5, 8GB of RAM and 256GB, 4-thunderbolt variant for $1300 shipped. We also have some deals on some really good LG monitors, wireless charging docks and more in the links in the description.
Qualcomm presents its new Quick Charge 5 technology
Sticking to official news, Qualcomm just announced their new Quickcharge 5 technology. According to them, this new update will take you from 0-50% in 5 minutes and to 100% in under 15 minutes, meaning its 4x faster than Quickcharge 4. It also features a new Dual Charge technology which allows you to get twice the voltage and twice the speed while helping your device remain 10 degrees cooler. It’s also 70% more power efficient than previous generations and, it’s also able to power most of these older devices as it’s backwards compatible with previous generations of Quickcharge and devices powered by Snapdragon SoCs. If you want the technical details, they’ll be in the links in the description.
New leaked images of the alleged Moto RAZR 5G look hot
Let’s go back to clamshell foldables, Evan Blass just posted a new leak of the upcoming RAZR. We’re expecting this phone to launch some time in September as Motorola mentioned in a podcast and, according to Evan this phone will be called the Moto RAZR 5G / Odyssey. On the picture we get to see the phone laying down on a table showing a much larger outer display which displays someone doing a video call. The design doesn’t look like it changed all that much but it does look more like the original RAZRs from back in the day. Previous leaks from Evan hinted that we will be getting better specs like the Snapdragon 765G, 8GB of RAM, dual cameras with a 48MP primary sensor and a secondary 20MP shooter. We’re about a month away from September so, we should be hearing some more soon.
Google’s Pixel 4a might finally launch on August 3
Speaking of releases, Mr. Jon Prosser is back, at least on Twitter and he has a new update for the Google Pixel 4a. A couple of weeks ago, he tweeted out that we’d be getting this phone on August 3rd and today he tweeted out that it will 100% be happening on that date. Everything is supposed to be ready as, the phone was allegedly ready months ago but Google just pushed the dates back, we assume it was because of the pandemic because that’s the only logical explanation for these many delays. We’re still expecting this phone to be powered by the Snapdragon 730, pack a 3140 mAh battery with 18W fast charging. Bring a single camera at the back as well as a 5.8in punch hole display and a price tag between the $300-400 mark. We’re only a week away from this launch date so, we hope to hear back soon.
Samsung’s Unpacked trailer gives us the first real glimpse of five upcoming devices
Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 leaked hands-on video shows its rotating bezel in action
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series pricing allegedly leaked, and it is bad news
We have a lot of Samsung leaks for you guys today. Starting off with a teaser from Samsung for the Unpacked Event. On it we’re able to see the silhouettes of the 5 different products we should be getting. We see the new Buds, and the new Watch as well as the Tab S7 behind them. Next to that we get the Z Fold 2 and the Note 20. Moving on we have a new hands of the Galaxy Watch 3 which popped up on YouTube. On it, we get to see the pairing process between the watch in both variants and what looks like a Galaxy Note 9. The video shows off, the new design with the slimmer bezels and the new software. Finally and more importantly, we have some alleged price tags of the Galaxy Note 20 and boy, these don’t sound good at all. According to the tipster, the LTE variant of the Note 20 will cost €999, while the 5G variant will start at €1099 while the Note 20 Ultra starts at €1349. Apparently the variants will start at 256GB of storage and he also added that the Buds will cost €149 but, he did mention that pricing may change due to VAT.
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