We have new rumors about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22. However, these aren’t as exciting as the ones we received yesterday. The latest information suggests that Samsung may decrease the battery capacity on two of its upcoming devices, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra may support the same charging speeds as the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
According to the well-known leaker Ice Universe, the new Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will feature 45W (10V/4.5A) charging speeds. This is the same charging speed supported by the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which makes us wonder why Samsung decided to downgrade charging speeds to 25W in this year’s Galaxy S21 Ultra. However, the leaker doesn’t mention the other two more affordable variants, neither does he say whether or not Samsung will include the 45W power adapter in the box with the S22 Ultra.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) September 15, 2021
We will also have to wait and see if 45W support will make its way to the Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus, which would be great considering the latest information from Galaxy Club. The Blog claims that the more affordable Samsung Galaxy S22 models will feature significantly smaller batteries than those found in the current Galaxy S21 lineup. According to this new information, the vanilla Galaxy S22 would arrive with a 3,590mAh battery, 290mAh less than the Galaxy S21. In addition, the Plus variant would feature a 4,500mAh battery, 300mAh less than its predecessor, while the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra would be the only device to retain its 500mAh capacity.
There may be a logical explanation for this change. Samsung may use the Eco²OLED screen in the new Galaxy S22 series. This new technology already made its debut in the Galaxy Z Fold 3, and it promises up to 25 percent energy savings with the same brightness. In addition, new processors are also doing an outstanding job in power management and performance, which means that the overall battery life of the upcoming Galaxy S series may not be affected negatively.
Via GSM Arena
Source Galaxy Club
Could Apple be working on a new Apple Watch Pro?
Cupertino has launched tons of fabulous products to the market in 2021. The latest events have amazed the tech world with the arrival of a new Apple Watch Series 7 and more. However, we only received a refresh for the higher-end version of the Apple Watch. The current Watch SE version was launched last year alongside the Watch Series 6, which is kind of a bummer, considering that I was expecting to receive two new Apple Watch models this year. I mean, it would’ve been great to see the new Watch Series 7 launch alongside a new Watch SE 2, but then again, it would’ve been better to get an Apple Watch Pro.
Apple is constantly looking for ways to make better and more attractive products for its customers and fanbase. We can see a clear example of that with almost every single new announcement we’ve received from the company during its latest events. However, it seems that Apple has been working on more devices, which unfortunately haven’t hit the shelves. One of the latest devices to join this list may be an improved Apple Watch model that was meant to launch with the Pro moniker.
Upon looking into some of the demo content files on a 2015 Apple Watch Demo (A1623), I discovered an image of logo for an unknown model of Apple Watch. Not sure if “Apple Watch Pro” is an unreleased model, or is just some place holder text. #appleinternal pic.twitter.com/kbpzBGrokX
— Apple Demo (@AppleDemoYT) October 25, 2021
According to information leaked by Apple Demo on Twitter, Cupertino could’ve been working on an Apple Watch Pro back in February 2015. His tweet reveals images that suggest that Apple was at least considering to give us a Pro model of the Apple Watch, which wouldn’t be so hard to believe, considering that the company uses the Pro moniker in almost all of its products. This smartwatch seems to have made it a long way before being discarded, as it even had its own logo. It appears that the Pro nomenclature could have been used exclusively for the higher-end stainless steel models, but we will never know.
Remember that 2015 was also the year Cupertino introduced the first Watch, so maybe the Watch Pro idea didn’t quite fit in Apple’s plans back then. Still, it would be nice to see precisely which new and exciting features could’ve arrived in an Apple Watch Pro since the “Pro” branding usually comes with significant improvements, better sensors, displays, and a higher price tag.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE support pages are up again
The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE drama continues, but it seems that things are about to get better. Unfortunately, the device has been affected by the ongoing chip shortage, delaying its possible announcement for way too long. Rumors even suggested that Samsung had also decided to pull the plug on the S21 FE, as some of the company’s websites started to remove support pages for the device. However, the latest turn of events suggests that we are getting closer to the the launch of a new iteration of the Galaxy S FE.
It seems that Samsung is getting ready to announce the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. The long-awaited device was expected to be announced back in August. Still, the recent rumors suggest that the new Fan Edition model of the Galaxy S21 will arrive one year after the launch of the original series. Roland Quandt has posted the links that will take you to the support pages for what is believed to be the Galaxy S21 FE, which were taken down earlier this year. This decision made some believe that the chaebol had decided not to launch the new device, just like it did with the Galaxy Note series.
Guess who’s back: https://t.co/P78FDG9Yid
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) October 26, 2021
The new Samsung Galaxy S21 FE has been rumored to launch early in 2022, giving Samsung some breathing room before the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S22 series that would now arrive during the next Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. However, we are still waiting for some sort of confirmation for the possible launch date of the Galaxy S21 FE, but as of now, the only official information about the upcoming device comes from the FCC. Still, some believe that the S21 FE may be announced on January 11, but only time will tell.
It is believed that the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE will arrive with a 6.4-inch AMOLED display, a 4,500mAh battery capable of 25W fast charging. We are also expecting to get a version with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor for US and China, while the rest of the world may get a device powered by Samsung’s Exynos 2100 processor.
Via GSM Arena
AirPods 3 could arrive with a water-resistance charging case
Apple’s latest earbuds were announced last Monday during the company’s Unleashed event that also revealed the new, larger, and more potent MacBook Pro laptops. The new AirPods 3 arrived with a new design and several upgrades that include Spatial Audio, IPX4 water resistance, and more. However, it seems that Cupertino forgot to mention one extra upgrade that comes with the new charging case of its latest AirPods, as it seems that the earbuds’ water resistance may also apply to their carrying case.
The new AirPods 3 feature tons of great upgrades from the regular AirPods models that are still available for purchase on Amazon, B&H, and other online stores. These wireless earphones sell for $175, which may be a tough sell, considering that the regular AirPods with a wireless charging case sell for just $160, and the more potent AirPods Pro can be purchased for $197, or less, depending on where you get them from, and the available deals.
Buying a new pair of AirPods 3 for $175 doesn’t seem to be such a compelling deal, even more so after you realize that they don’t feature active noise canceling like the Pro models that can be yours for $22 more. However, this may sound more interesting when you consider that the new AirPods feature a MagSafe charging case that also features the same IPX4 water resistance as the earbuds it carries. This would make this the first charging case to include this feature, as the case of the AirPods Pro isn’t water or sweat resistant.
In other words, your new AirPods 3 and their charging case will be able to withstand splashes of water, but they won’t hold up to water jets or water immersion. These new earbuds also feature a new feature that comes as a skin-detect sensor that allows it to detect when they’re being worn or not, while the more expensive AirPods Pro uses dual optical sensors to detect if they’re in the user’s ears.
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