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Samsung’s Galaxy S20 FE successor just had its first big leak

All variants of the Galaxy S21 FE are expected to come with 5G connectivity. What you need to know Samsung is reportedly already working on the Galaxy S21 FE. The phone will run Android 11 out of the box and come in 128GB and 256GB storage variants. It is expected to launch sometime in the second half of the year. The Galaxy S20 FE was one of the most impressive Android phones Samsung launched last year, offering flagship-grade specs at a significantly lower price point than the company's premium flagship devices such as the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20 . Even though it has been on the market for nearly five months, it still remains one of the best Android phones around. As per a new report from the folks at SamMobile , Samsung has already started working on a successor to the Galaxy S20 FE, which will likely be called the Galaxy S21 FE. The device apparently carries the model number SM-G990X and is likely to offer some of the best features of the Galaxy S21 and S21+ p

Latest Galaxy Buds Pro leak reveals one big surprise

The earbuds are rumored to debut alongside the Galaxy S21 series next month. What you need to know An APK teardown of the pre-release Galaxy Buds Pro (Plugin) app has revealed some of the key features of the upcoming wireless earbuds. The earbuds will include a "3D audio for videos" feature, which will work similarly to the AirPods Pro's Spatial Audio. Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro will also have an Ambient mode, and a new Voice detect feature. Last week, we got our best look yet at Samsung's Galaxy Buds Pro in a 360-degree animation posted by reliable leaker Evan Blass. The upcoming true wireless earbuds have now leaked again, this time courtesy of the Galaxy Buds Pro plugin app that appeared on the Galaxy Store earlier than expected. An APK teardown of the app has revealed that Samsung's next pair of true wireless earbuds will have a feature similar to "Spatial Audio" on Apple's AirPods Pro and AirPods Max . Samsung's version of the feat

Samsung Galaxy S21 prices leak and it's both good and bad

Do you want the good news or the bad news first? What you need to know Leaked prices for the upcoming Galaxy S21 smartphones paint a mixed picture. The Galaxy S21 will start at a lower price than its predecessor, while the S21 Ultra will be priced higher. Previous leaks pointed to at least five different memory configurations between the three devices. There have been rumors that the Samsung Galaxy S21 series smartphones were going to start at a lower price than the Galaxy S20 series, and that's partly true. According to new leaks , the base Galaxy S21 will be priced at €849, which is quite a step cheaper than the €999 of the S20 that it'll replace. On the flip side, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will start at a staggering €1,399, which is a €50 higher starting price than any of the best Samsung phones this year. It's likely this is due in part to the S-Pen support, which is reportedly exclusive to the S21 Ultra in this upcoming trio of smartphones. Samsung Galaxy S21 12

Samsung’s Galaxy A72 5G leaks out early in detailed renders

The phone's key tech specs haven't been revealed yet. What you need to know The first CAD-based renders of the Samsung Galaxy A71 successor have surfaced. Unsurprisingly, the Galaxy A72 5G looks nearly identical to the Galaxy A52 5G. It is tipped to feature a 6.7-inch Infinity-O display and quad rear cameras. Earlier this month, reliable leaker @OnLeaks gave us our first look at Samsung's upcoming Galaxy A52 5G. The leaker has now posted the first detailed renders of the Galaxy A71 successor on Voice . Unsurprisingly, the renders reveal the successor to one of Samsung's best Android phones of 2020 will have a near-identical design to the Galaxy A52 5G. As can be seen in the renders below, the Galaxy A72 5G will feature a flat display with a centered hole-punch cutout and slim bezels. Around the back of the phone will be a rectangular camera bump housing four sensors and an LED flash. Like its predecessor, the phone will have an aluminum frame and a "Gla

New leak reveals specs of Google's upcoming AMD Ryzen-powered Chromebook

This isn't the first time that "Zork" has been spotted online. What you need to know An upcoming Google Chromebook has surfaced on a Play Console listing. The Chromebook, codenamed Zork, will feature an AMD Ryzen 3250C processor with Radeon Vega 3 GPU. It will also feature a Full HD display and 4GB of RAM. Earlier this year, a Google Chromebook with the codename "Zork" was spotted in several benchmark listings. While Google is yet to confirm the existence of the device, it has now been spotted on the Play Console by the folks over at 91Mobiles . According to the listing, the upcoming Chromebook from Google will feature a dual-core AMD Ryzen 3 3250C processor running at 3.5GHz, coupled with a Radeon Vega 4 GPU clocked at 1.2GHz and 4GB of RAM. The listing also reveals a 14-inch display with 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution. Previously leaked benchmark listings had revealed the Chromebook features an AMD Ryzen 7 3700C, so it is likely that the highest-end c

Samsung Galaxy Buds Beyond battery capacity revealed in new leak

Unlike the Galaxy Buds Live, the Galaxy Buds Beyond are rumored to have a more 'traditional' design. What you need to know Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Buds Beyond true wireless earbuds have been spotted on China's 3C website. According to the 3C listing, the upcoming wireless earbuds will have the same 472mAh battery as the Galaxy Buds Live. The Galaxy Buds Beyond are expected to be unveiled alongside the Galaxy S21 series in mid-January. Earlier this month, a U.S. trademark filing had revealed that Samsung's next pair of true wireless earbuds will be called the Galaxy Buds Beyond . More recently, a report claimed that Samsung is planning to bundle a pair of Galaxy Buds Beyond with its Galaxy S21 series phones. Now, the Galaxy Buds Beyond have been spotted on the website of China's 3C certification agency by the folks at MySmartPrice . The listing for Galaxy Buds Beyond reveals the battery case for upcoming wireless earbuds will pack a 472mAh battery, w

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