Microsoft is expected to update it to Android 12 once it becomes available. Last month we also got a video leaked on YouTube showing the updates to the design that include a triple camera array and a frosted glass back. Other than it looks identical to the previous model which means it’ll most likely be as fragile too. We don’t really have a date for the release yet but, I’m sure Panos will post a hands on as we get closer to the end of the year. I mean, he’s gotta show off his new executive position somehow Galaxy S21 FE will come with a 4 month subscription to YouTube Premium and it is happening after all, but rumors point to it being limited to certain regions. According to the leaks this phone could launch some time in October but with the European websites already leaking it, who knows it might come sooner than we expected. Don’t look at me funny, we don’t have it. Pixel 6 Series. Even if the company pretty much announced the phone a few weeks ago, there’s still some details that weren’t mentioned and those have been getting leaked slowly, with today shedding some new light on two different reports. Starting with the 5G capabilities, we have a new information from Reuters where they’re claiming that Samsung will also be providing the 5G mmWave modems for the Pixel 6, and I mean it makes sense considering they’ll be manufacturing the Tensor chip as well. As for the second report, Google’s SVP posted a screenshot of what seems to be the Pixel 6’s display running Android 12 of course.. What’s interesting here is that there is a fingerprint reader icon in the middle of the screen. We know that Google has been reluctant to add an in-display fingerprint scanner as they went for facial recognition with the Pixel 4 and then moved back to the fingerprint reader at the back for the 5 Series but, it looks like they’re finally caving in. And since we were on the topic of 5G, yes the screenshot also shows that it is connected to 5G on Verizon.. So yeah, all we need now is an early review.
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