Great deals include a new iPhone SE for $120, and more
Deals. We have a killer deal to start today but, it comes with a huge catch. You can get the brand new iPhone SE for as low as $120 at Best Buy but, you have to get it on a 24 month installment plan on Sprint which will be merging with T-Mobile soon, it also has to be on a new line. It’s a huge catch but it’s kind of a huge deal. The Samsung Galaxy S20+ is still $200 off, leaving the entry level variant for $999 shipped but, it comes with the US warranty. The regular S20 is also $150 off, leaving it at $850 shipped. Finally, the Garmin vivomore S3 is $50 off, leaving it at $200 shipped. We have more deals on Apple keyboards, Belkin charging docks for those of you considering the iPhone 12 and more in the links in the description.
Alright, can I just say Dear Canon, welcome back. For those of you that didn’t know this show started with a Canon T3i back in 2012, and let’s just say the company really dropped the ball after. Took forever to adopt 4K, and when they did it was a horrible crop even at full frame. Like we had to move to Sony and then Panasonic, but we might just wanna go back. Hear this.. They just launched a new flagship 45MP EOS R5 camera. Yes, it costs $3899 but, this thing is capable of recording 8K 12-bit RAW video with new in-body stabilization with their class-leading Dual Pixel autofocus. Oh, and did I also mention that it records 4K at 120fps, and that it brings an articulate LCD display? So, to my buddy David Cogen who said that Blackmagic was a poor man’s RED, this just took the title.
Android 11 set to go official on September 8?
Android 11 Beta 1 was released about a month ago and yesterday we got the second version. Now, we don’t have an exact launch date for the final software but, Mountain View may have just leaked it. Google released a video titled “Works with “Hey G” Smart Home Summit – APAC” and it revealed through a check list that Android 11 would be officially released on September 8. However, Android Authority reports that Google reached out and said that the date was an error but it still gives us at least an idea of when to expect the official Android 11.
iOS 14 public beta is now available, here’s how to get it
And speaking of Betas, the first Public Beta for iOS 14 is finally live and you can bet we’re already downloading it. iOS 14 brings a bunch of improvements like widgets, picture in picture, the new Apple translate app, new privacy features like showing you when an app is using your microphone and your camera and more, you can check our WWDC video which we’ll link for more specific details on it. If you want to sign up, we’ll have some instructions in our post at Pocketnow.com on how to set it up and download it. iPad OS 14 and WatchOS are also available bringing a handful of tweaks as well and it brings similar instructions so, make sure you check them out.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds X have been certified by the FCC
Let’s talk about certifications which just keep on coming, specifically for the products we’re expecting from Samsung’s Unpacked. Now we have the specs for the Galaxy Tab S7+ which, according to the report, will bring the new Snapdragon 865+ SoC, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage along with a 10090 mAh battery which supports 45W fast charging. It’ll also bring 5G connectivity but, it will only support sub-6GHz bands. Apparently it will also pack dual cameras at the back and a 120Hz display. Moving on to another certification, the Galaxy Buds X or Buds Live just went through the FCC as well, revealing the dimensions and the fact that they will weigh around 5g. They have this bean shape as they’re meant to go inside your ear unlike the Buds+ and will reportedly cost $140 to undercut the AirPods Pro while still bring Noise Cancellation. Some leaks hint to these launching along the Galaxy Watch 3 on July 22nd instead of Unpacked but, we’ll have to wait and see.
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