Latest Technology News: Week 29 in review: Infinix GT 10 Pro, Red Magic 8S Pro leaks
The biggest story this week was our exclusive scoop of the upcoming Infinix GT 10 Pro – a gaming phone that Infinix is readying for the Indian market. It will launch in early August with a semi-transparent design, 108MP camera, Dimensity chipset and Android 13.
ZTE had a few launches. The nubia Red Magic 8S Pro becomes official outside of China and shipments are expected to begin on August 3. The phone will start at 650/650/580/910 S/14,100 MX.
ZTE’s other announcement was the nubia Z50S Pro with a 35mm main camera, a 50MP ultrawide with 2.5cm macro capabilities and an 80mm telephoto zoom. This nubia is currently only on sale in China, starting with a 12/256 GB configuration for 3,700 CNY (515/460/42,250).
The Google Pixel 8 Pro has made the news again, this time in the form of a spec reiteration. The Pixel 8 Pro will have a 6.7-inch QHD+ LTPO OLED with a 120Hz refresh rate, Tensor G3 chipset with a Titan co-processor, 12GB of RAM, 128GB or 256GB of storage, and a 4,950mAh battery with 27W wired charging. As for the camera, the Pro packs a 50MP main camera, a 64MP ultrawide and a 48MP telephoto lens – there’s an 11MP camera for selfies.
That’s all for the past week. Stay tuned for what’s to come.
Feast your eyes on this semi-transparent beast!
We’re still months away from its unveiling, and there’s nothing we don’t already know about it.
Open sales begin in August. The 8S Pro will be available through Red Magic’s online store as well as on Amazon.
The phone also has a 125mm telephoto lens and a 12mm ultra-wide/macro lens. It has a large 6.78-inch 120Hz AMOLED display and a 5,100mAh battery with 80W charging.
Yes, it’s next year’s high-end iPhone.
This will only make it the second phone with 24GB of RAM. The Ace 2 Pro is expected to be unveiled later this month.
Open sales of the new phone have started in North America, Europe and Australia, it is still up for pre-order in South America and most of the Asia-Pacific region.
Samsung will unveil these products on July 26.
Based on the leaks, the new buds will be smaller and lighter than the XM4 TWS buds and will offer longer battery life and improved ANC.
There was already a Realme C53, this one has a 50MP main camera. The new model is already up for pre-order with early bird deals in effect.
Details on Xiaomi’s small flagship are coming and it looks like there are several upgrades in store.
Expect a Galaxy Watch6 in 40/44mm and a Watch6 Classic in 43/47mm – both Wi-Fi and LTE.
The international variant of the first gaming phone has arrived.
This time, the cutout will be in the center.
Supported devices must be running One UI 5.1 or later based on Android 13.
The slate starts at INR 19,999 for the 6/128GB in Inspiration Green.
The phone is expected to arrive in December.
The reason has to do with Apple’s quest to minimize their bezels.
It is rumored to launch in China in December 2023 before making its international debut.
This was a first factory sealed unit that exceeded the expected retail price by $50,000 to $100,000.
A beta was available since April, but it is a stable version.
You would expect the inside screen to be broken, but you would be wrong.
The corresponding Android app was released too early on the Play Store and revealed expected speeds and prices for the service.
This slate is thinner, lighter and much more powerful than last year’s Y700.
The phone will appear alongside Realme C53.
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An Overview of Global Events in 2023
In 2023, the world witnessed a myriad of events that left a lasting impact on global affairs. From political developments and economic shifts to environmental challenges and breakthroughs in science and technology, the year was marked by significant changes and a sense of urgency for collective action. Here’s an overview of some of the latest world news in 2023.
Political Unrest and Diplomatic Strides:
In the political arena, several regions experienced unrest and geopolitical tensions. The ongoing conflict in the Middle East continued to dominate headlines, with efforts towards peace and stability remaining elusive. However, there were also moments of diplomatic breakthroughs as nations engaged in dialogues to ease tensions and work towards lasting solutions.
The global economy faced both challenges and opportunities. Trade disputes between major powers affected markets, while some countries grappled with debt crises. On the other hand, emerging economies showed resilience and promising growth, fueling optimism for a more balanced global economic landscape.
Innovation surged forward in the tech industry, with breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, renewable energy, and space exploration. Quantum computing achieved milestones, promising radical transformations across industries. Renewable energy sources gained traction, with many countries setting ambitious goals to combat climate change.
Climate Crisis and Environmental Resilience:
As the climate crisis intensified, extreme weather events wreaked havoc in various parts of the world. Wildfires, hurricanes, and floods reminded humanity of the urgent need for climate action. In response, governments and communities across the globe doubled down on efforts to reduce carbon emissions, invest in sustainable infrastructure, and protect biodiversity.
Health and Pandemic Management:
Health remained a global priority as countries continued to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. With the emergence of new variants, vaccination efforts and public health measures remained crucial to curbing the spread of the virus. There were also significant advancements in medical research and technology, offering hope for better preparedness in handling future health crises.
Sports and Cultural Milestones:
Amidst the challenges, the world found moments of joy and unity through sports and culture. International sporting events brought together athletes from diverse backgrounds, promoting solidarity and camaraderie. Cultural exchanges and celebrations showcased the richness of human diversity and fostered mutual understanding.
In conclusion, the year 2023 was a dynamic period filled with significant events that shaped the course of history. From political unrest to technological advancements and environmental challenges, the world witnessed the complexities of the global landscape. While obstacles remained, there were also encouraging developments and collaborative efforts towards a more sustainable, peaceful, and prosperous future for all nations. As we move forward, the lessons learned from these events serve as a reminder of the importance of collective action and cooperation to address shared global challenges.