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When Apple launched the second-generation iPhone SE last month, it dropped a nuke on the mid-range smartphone market with flagship performance at a bargain price of $399. Sure, the iPhone SE's design is rather dated with huge display bezels, but it gets the basics right and the device will be supported for at least the next half-decade. Google has been playing in the mid-range space with its Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL for the past year, and has drawn praise for its value and solid camera performance. The Pixel 4a launch is imminent based on recent leaks, and Google could have a few tricks up its sleeve to combat the iPhone SE threat. According to reporting from 9to5Google's Stephen... Read more...
Google Pixel 4a and Pixel 4a XL news has been leaking quite frequently in the past few weeks, mainly in the form of images. Today, however, we're getting our first look at the smartphone on video along with confirmation of specs for the entry-level device. A video from TecnoLike Plus has been posted which highlights the smaller of the two expected smartphones: the Pixel 4a. Looking at the device from the front, we see a punch hole cut-out for the selfie camera at the top right-hand side of the display (something that we've seen on previous photo leaks) along with pretty large bezels around all sides of the display. The side bezels are especially large -- compared to what we... Read more...
When it comes to the vast ecosystem of Android smartphones available around the globe, Qualcomm has the lion’s share of the market with respect to the SoCs that power these devices. At the flagship level, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 is the most powerful and advanced SoC currently available to Android OEMs. However, not every consumer can afford to drop $750+ on a flagship device, hence Qualcomm’s decision to refresh its line of mid-range of SoCs that will be powering more affordable smartphones. Qualcomm is introducing three new SKUs today: the Snapdragon 730, Snapdragon 730G and Snapdragon 665 Mobile Platforms. All three of the new SoCs employ artificial intelligence (AI) and... Read more...
Back in late February, Qualcomm announced its Snapdragon 700 series of smartphone processors, which will sit just below the 800 series when it comes to performance and "clout". A new report is shedding a bit more insight into the processor family, which will include both the Snapdragon 710 and Snapdragon 730. First up is the Snapdragon 710, which will be built using Samsung's 10nm LPE process technology. The SoC will reportedly have two Kryo 3xx cores clocks at 2.2GHz and six low-power Kryo 3xx cores clocked at 1.7GHz. The Snapdragon 730, which is built on a Samsung 8nm LPP process, includes two Kryo 4xx cores clocked at 2.3GHz which are backed by six efficiency cores with a clock rate of... Read more...