Welcome to the last week of 2023 news roundup for mobile devices! Despite the holiday season, the world of smartphones and gadgets have some exciting stories for all the tech enthusiasts. Here’s a rundown of the latest updates:
Samsung is gearing up to launch the Galaxy S24 and S24+ at a slightly cheaper price than the S23, particularly in Europe. This means fans can expect a more affordable option for the new Samsung flagship.
Xiaomi has already rolled out its flagship devices with the HyperOS interface, and the official logo for HyperOS has been revealed. This suggests that Xiaomi is expanding its reach beyond smartphones and wearables, possibly entering the world of cars in the near future.
OnePlus has scheduled a launch event for January 4, 2024, in China. The event will unveil the Ace 3 smartphone and the Buds 3 TWS earphones, which is anticipated to be rebranded as OnePlus 12R for global markets later in January.
Samsung’s Galaxy A23 5G is now receiving the Android 14-based One UI 6 update in some European countries, bringing the latest software features to the mid-range device.
Huawei launched the nova 12 series in China, featuring the Kirin 9000S chipset and a 60MP ultrawide camera on the front. The phones are already up for pre-orders, offering high-end features to consumers.
In addition, the Samsung Galaxy M15 is set to bring a huge battery capacity, and vivo is preparing to launch the X100 lineup in India, including the X100 and X100 Pro models.
Honor X50 Pro’s key specifications and design have been revealed, hinting that it may be a rebranded version of the X50 GT. Meanwhile, iQOO, a brand under vivo, released the Neo9 and Neo9 Pro with a fancy design and Q1 display chip, promising improved refresh rate and touch sampling rate.
As we wrap up 2023, the tech world is gearing up for an exciting start to 2024 with anticipated launches, updates, and innovations in the mobile device industry. Stay tuned for more updates on the latest gadgets and smartphones in the coming weeks!