It seems that Apple will also be launching a new smartphone in the first half of 2022, as the latest rumors suggest that the trial production of the iPhone SE refresh is already underway. And if these rumors have any kind of truth to them, we may see the new device very soon.
According to a report from MyDrivers, trial production of the third-generation iPhone SE is already underway. This is one of the early production stages of a device before it enters mass production, and it also means that it is getting closer to hitting the market. MyDrivers cites supply chain sources who also suggest that the new iPhone SE is on track to be announced in the first quarter of 2022, and it could even be launched late in March.
“According to the latest news from the upstream supply chain, Apple is about to conduct trial production of the iPhone SE3 in the near future. Of course, this is not the final version, because they still have a few months to make small adjustments before the release.”
The report also claims that the new version of the iPhone SE won’t feature huge design changes, as it will arrive with the same design language found on its predecessor. This means that we would still get rather large bezels on the top and bottom parts of the device, which will also be used to house the phone’s Home Button that will always feature an embedded Touch ID sensor. We are also told that the new iPhone SE will retain its 4.7-inch display size.
But it is not all the same, as the rumors also claim that the third generation iPhone SE will be faster and more potent than the iPhone SE 2, as it may feature Apple’s A15 chip and some camera upgrades. In addition, it is also expected for Apple’s most affordable iPhone to arrive with the same $399 price tag, which would make it the most affordable 5G iPhone ever.
On another note, rumors also suggest that Apple plans to mass-produce the iPhone 13 in India starting in February. The Economic Daily News mentions that this will take place at Foxconn’s factory in Chennai, as the region has reported improvement of semiconductor supply in the region and that Apple already ran a successful trial production of the 6.1-inch variant of the iPhone 13. Mass production is allegedly set to start in February, and it seems that this plant will be capable of supplying the local domestic market. Still, if things go well, we could see more Indian-made iPhone 13 models worldwide.
Source: My Drivers
WWDC 2022: iOS 16, new Macs, and what else to expect
Every year in the month of June, Apple hosts its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) to announce new software updates, features for developers, and sometimes even new gadgets and devices. Like every other year, Apple is hosting its WWDC 2022 this June to announce new software updates like iOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9, and possibly, some Macs as well. Whether you’re an Apple fan, a developer, or just a tech enthusiast, Apple always has something exciting to show at the event. Here’s everything you need to know before this year’s WWDC.
WWDC 2022: Date, Time, and How to stream?
Last month, Apple revealed that the WWDC 2022 would take place from Monday, June 6 through Friday, June 10. The main keynote, where the company is expected to announce new software updates and hardware products, will take place on June 6, 2022, at 10 AM PT (1 PM ET).
Just like the previous few Apple events, WWDC 2022 will also be conducted virtually, with a very limited in-person audience. Nonetheless, Apple will also be live streaming the event. You can catch the live stream of WWDC 2022 on Apple’s official events website and the company’s YouTube channel on the day of the event.
Apple will be announcing the new version of the iPhone operating system, iOS 16, at the WWDC 2022 events. A fair share of leaks and rumors in the past few weeks have given us an idea of what we can expect from the Cupertino giant. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman believes that iOS 16 won’t be a major overhaul but would bring “significant upgrades.”
Gurman says that Apple will bring a revamped notification system with iOS 16. Many users have been asking for a better notification system in iOS, and it looks like this could be the year Apple finally brings it. He also says that Apple has been working on adding more features to the Focus Mode and the Health app. Talking about the Health app, Gurman says that iOS 16 will bring some new “Fresh Apple Apps” — some believe it could be the long-rumored Apple Music Classical app.
Another leaker claims that Apple will be adding a new way of interaction to iOS. Some suggest that this leak pertains to the addition of long-rumored interactive widgets with clickable buttons. Lastly, iOS 16 is also expected to drop support for iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 series smartphones. If you’re interested in reading more about iOS 16, we have a detailed guide covering all the changes expected to be included in the new version of iOS right here.
macOS 13, watchOS 9, and more
Along with iOS 16, Apple is also expected to announce a new version of macOS, iPadOS, watchOS, tvOS, and the HomePod software. Starting off with macOS 13, leakers say that the next version of macOS will be called “macOS 13 Mammoth.” Apple trademarked the name “Mammoth” alongside “Monterey” last year. At the moment, none of the features of the upcoming macOS update are known. Nonetheless, it is expected that despite the launch of Apple Silicon Macs, the company will continue to support Macs with Intel processors, and they will also get the latest macOS 13 update.
iPadOS is also expected to gain a lot of features this year. In addition to the iOS 16 features, iPadOS 16 is expected to come with some iPad-only features. Apple is said to be preparing an optimized version of “Final Cut Pro” for the iPad, which could be revealed at the event. watchOS 9, on the other hand, is expected to be a “significant” update to the Apple Watch Operating system. However, it isn’t clear what it actually means — whether it’s in terms of new features or potential redesign. In addition to iPadOS, watchOS, and macOS, tvOS 9 and some updates for HomePod software are also expected to be revealed at the event.
MacBook Air with M2 Chip
Historically, WWDC has not been an event where hardware announcements have been made — the event is more about the software side of things. However, things could change this year. A lot of leakers and tipsters have suggested that Apple could announce new Macs and even a new M-series chip at the event.
Apple’s MacBook Air has been long due for an upgrade. Ever since the company unveiled the first M-series chips, the Apple M1, back in November 2020, the MacBook Air lineup has not seen an upgrade. Apple is now tipped to announce the new MacBook Air at the WWDC 2022 event.
Past rumors have suggested that the 2022 MacBook Air will come with an all-new design, MagSafe charging support, no mini LED display, white bezels, and a notch. On the other hand, the all-new M2 chipset will arrive with a handful of improvements. It is expected to be based on TSMC’s 4nm node process and come with a boost in overall performance. It isn’t expected to be better than M1 Pro and/or M1 Max in terms of CPU performance. Instead, the leaker claims that it will be an optimized version of the Apple M1, with a focus on better battery life and more GPU cores.
What else could Apple announce?
Software for AR/VR devices: Apple has been rumored to be working on an AR/VR Mixed Reality headset for quite some time now. A few tipsters have suggested that the company could lay the foundation for its AR and VR products as soon as this summer by announcing its software (or operating system). Along with the OS, the company could announce some APIs for developers at the event. A recent report from Bloomberg claimed that Apple could even announce an App Store for the AR/VR products at the event.
New Mac Pro: The Mac Pro remains the only Apple computer that is yet to be updated with an M-series chip. At the company’s Peek Performance event, Apple’s SVP of Hardware Engineering, John Ternus, said that the transition to Apple Silicon has just one more product to go, “Mac Pro, but that’s for another day.” While the company isn’t expected to launch the new Mac Pro, Apple could use the June event to reveal some more details about a refreshed Mac Pro. A recent report from MacRumors claimed that Apple has a Mac Pro in its pipeline with an Intel Xeon chip, which could possibly be revealed at this event.
WWDC is a fun event not only for developers, but for tech enthusiasts and Apple fans as well. If the leaks and rumors suggest anything, we’re in for a fun-packed event. What are your expectations from WWDC 2022? Which products and updates do you expect Apple to announce this year? Drop a comment and let us know!
Battle of the sub-$500 phones: Samsung, Google, Apple, Moto
The budget smartphone segment is filled with plenty of options from Xiaomi, HONOR, Vivo, and OPPO. However, not many smartphones are available from these brands in North America. Due to this, buyers are left with a limited set of options from established brands such as Apple, Google, and Samsung. Arguably, the smartphones from these brands did not use to offer great value for money in comparison to smartphones from Xiaomi and Realme, but the story has changed in the past few years.
With the announcement of the Pixel 6a, Google has spiced up the mid-range smartphone segment. Now, a number of great budget smartphone options are available in the sub-$500 price bracket. In this article, we put down the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G, iPhone SE (2022), Google Pixel 6a, and the Moto G Stylus 5G (2022) against each other to see which is the best choice for you.
Before we get into details, it’s important that you know about the specifications of these smartphones. Take a look at this table that compares all the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G, iPhone SE (2022), Google Pixel 6a, and the Moto G Stylus 5G (2022).
|Smartphone||Samsung Galaxy A53||iPhone SE (2022)||Google Pixel 6a||Moto G Stylus 5G (2022)|
|Operating System||One UI 4.1 (Android 12)||iOS 15||Android 12||Android 12|
|Dimensions||159.6 x 74.8 x 8.1mm||138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3 mm||71.8 x 152.16 x 8.85 mm||168.9 x 75.8 x 9.3mm|
|Display||6.5-inch, FHD+, Super AMOLED Display, 120Hz||4.7-inch, Retina HD, LCD, 60Hz||6.1-inch, OLED, 60Hz, FHD+||6.8-inch, FHD+, LTPS, 120Hz, Stylus support|
|Processor||Exynos 1280||A15 Bionic||Google Tensor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 695|
|ROM||128GB||64/128/256GB||128GB||512GB: 256GB in-built + 256GB microSD card (included)|
|Expandable Storage||Yes (up to 1TB)||No||No||Yes (up to 1TB)|
|Rear Cameras||– 64MP, ƒ/1.8, OIS
– 12MP, ƒ/2.2, Ultra-Wide
– 5MP, Depth, ƒ/2.4
– 5MP, Macro, ƒ/2.4
|– 12MP, ƒ/1.8 Wide||– 12.2MP, f/1.7, 1.4 μm, wide-angle
– 12MP, f/2.2, 1.25 μm, Ultra-wide
|– 50MP, f/1.9, 0.64µm
– 8MP Ultra-wide
– 2MP Macro, f/2.4, 1.75µm
|Security||Optical Fingerprint Scanner||Touch ID Fingerprint Scanner||Under-display Fingerprint Scanner||Side fingerprint reader|
|Connectivity||5G, LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.1||5G, LTE, Wi‑Fi 6 (802.11ax), Bluetooth 5.0||5G, LTE, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2||5G, LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac. Bluetooth 5.1|
|Ports||USB-C||Lightning Connector||USB-C||USB-C, 3.5mm Headphone Jack|
|Battery||– 5000 mAh
– 25W Wired Charging
– No Wireless Charging
|– 2018 mAh
– 50% charge in up to 30 minutes with 20W USB-C Adapter or higher
– Qi Wireless Charging
|– 4,410 mAh
– 18W Wired Charging
– No Wireless Charging
– 10W Wired Charging
– No Wireless Charging
|Colors||Black, Blue, Peach, White||Black, Starlight, Midnight||Charcoal, Chalk, and Sage||Steel Blue, Seafoam Green|
Budget Smartphone Showdown
To reach a low price point, smartphone makers have to make some compromises in some key areas of the smartphone. For some, it’s the display (Apple), while for most of the companies, such compromises come in the form of build quality. The iPhone SE maintains Apple’s quality standards and pushes for a premium feel with its glass and aluminum sandwich build.
On the other hand, all the three Android smartphones we’re looking at (Galaxy A53, Pixel 6a, and Moto G Stylus 5G) come with a plastic back. It’s not that the build of other smartphones is weak, it’s just that the build material of these smartphones is cheaper. While Samsung has given the Galaxy A53 a soft-touch back, Moto has opted for a plastic back that looks just like glossy glass. Google Pixel 6a comes with a 3D thermoformed composite back and keeps the dual-tone rear finish like its pricier siblings.
If you want a premium feel from your smartphone, you should consider buying the iPhone SE. However, if you’re an average consumer and your smartphone will end up in a case as soon as you open the box, you might want to consider the other three smartphones on the list as they provide a much more modern design and screen real estate than Apple’s offering.
Moving on to the front of the smartphones, you’ll feel as if the smartphones from Android manufacturers are from a different era, and the smartphone from Apple is from a different one. On the one hand, we have Android phones that come with edge-to-edge displays and punch hole cameras, and on the other hand, we have the iPhone SE that keeps the looks of the iPhone 8 with thick top and bottom bezels.
The iPhone SE comes with a lower resolution 4.7-inch LCD that will not look as good as the other screens of the other three smartphones. Taking a look at the Android smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy A53 features a 6.5-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED Display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Compare it with any other flagship or $700 smartphone, and you will see this device right up there, holding its own. Thanks to the Super AMOLED display, the colors on this screen are (super) rich, and the display will make you feel as if the smartphone costs much more than $449.
Google has also opted for a decent OLED panel on its Pixel 6a. The Pixel 6a features a flat 6.1-inch OLED panel that boasts FHD+ resolution (2,400 x 1,080 pixels) and 429 PPI. However, the only drawback of the Pixel 6a display is that it supports only a 60Hz refresh rate, unlike the Moto G Stylus 5G and Galaxy A53, whose screens can refresh at up to 120Hz.
If you’re going to consume a lot of content on your smartphone and have an eye for punchy colors, the Samsung Galaxy A53 is an excellent option that you should consider. However, if you want don’t care about the high refresh rate screen but still want a decent OLED display with vibrant colors, you should consider the Google Pixel 6a. The Moto G Stylus offers a big 6.8-inch display, but the colors are not so accurate as Motorola has opted for an LCD panel.
The camera is one area of a smartphone that is very subjective. Every user has different expectations from the camera of their smartphone. Some want natural-looking colors, while some want punchy colors. Some want tons of camera features, while some just use the primary camera of their smartphone. Before we figure out the best option for you, learn more about the hardware they carry and the features they offer in the paragraphs below.
The Samsung Galaxy A53 comes with a quad-camera setup. This camera setup includes a 64MP primary camera sensor (f/1.8), one 12MP ultra-wide camera (f/2.2), a 5MP depth sensor (f/2.4), and a 5MP macro lens (f/2.4). On the front, you will find a 32MP selfie shooter. The smartphone also comes with various software features such as an improved Night mode camera that captures up to 12 frames at once and synthesizes them so that low-light photos look crip and vivid with less noise. Just like the flagship Galaxy Z Fold series and the S-series, the Galaxy A53 also features an object eraser, Photo Remaster, and more.
On the other hand, the Google Pixel 6a features a 12.2MP wide-angle camera (f/1.7 aperture) that is coupled with a 12MP ultra-wide angle lens (f/2.2 aperture). On paper, the camera of the Pixel 6a doesn’t sound very interesting. However, it’s the software features, such as Face Unblur, Magic Eraser, Live HDR, Night Sight, and others, and image processing that have given Google smartphones an edge over the competition.
The iPhone SE sports a relatively simple setup, including a 12MP Wide camera on the back and a 7MP camera on the display side. Though it doesn’t feature a dedicated night mode, it offers some new features thanks to the A15 Bionic, namely Photographic Styles and Smart HDR 4. Moto G Stylus 5G (2022) also comes with a triple camera setup that includes a 50MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a 2MP macro camera.
While none of the smartphones offer flagship-level camera performance, they perform well for their price. In our opinion, the Google Pixel 6a seems like the best option out of the bunch as it offers the same camera features as the costlier siblings, the same image processing that we have all come to love, and it doesn’t miss out on the necessary camera sensor, the ultra-wide camera sensor, unlike the iPhone SE 2022. However, if you want a mix of punchy and vibrant image processing and pro-camera features, you may consider the Samsung Galaxy A53.
When it comes to performance, iPhone SE outshines every other mid-range smartphone on the planet. It comes with the same A15 Bionic processor as the last year’s Apple flagship, which, as we all have come to know, offers best-in-class performance. You’ll not face any hiccups while performing day-to-day tasks and or gaming on this smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is powered by the company’s own 5nm node process-based Exynos 1280 processor. This chipset is an octa-core chipset that comes with two ARM Cortex-A78 CPU cores clocked at 2.4GHz and six ARM Cortex-A55 CPU cores clocked at 2GHz. On the other hand, Moto G Stylus is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 processor. This chipset from Qualcomm features two ARM Cortex-A78 cores clocked at 2.2GHz and six ARM Cortex-A55 CPU cores clocked at 1.7GHz.
The Google Pixel 6a comes with the same Tensor chipset as the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. This chipset can handle day-to-day tasks effortlessly and adds many AI features to the phone. This chipset enables the same set of features on the Pixel 6a as the Pixel 6 flagship series, such as Google Assistant voice typing, Live HDR, on-device translations, and photo-editing features like Face Unblur and Magic Eraser.
If you’re looking for sheer performance, Apple’s iPhone SE (2022) is arguably the best choice among all the options. It comes with the same processor as Apple’s latest and greatest iPhone 13, which we all know blows away all the competitors. However, if you’re looking for a smartphone that offers a decent mix of performance and AI features, we would recommend you to go with the Google Pixel 6a.
The battery size and fast-charging support vary a lot on these smartphones. While the iPhone SE (2022) offers support for up to 20W wired charging, the smartphone only comes with a 2018 mAh battery. Given the battery size and the average screen time of users these days, the iPhone SE. However, if you want a smartphone that you can just dock on a charger while you doze off at night, the iPhone SE is the only smartphone (out of the bunch) to offer wireless charging.
Moving on to the Android smartphones, Google’s Pixel 6a comes with a decent mix of battery features. The smartphone offers a respectable 4,400 mAh battery and supports 18W fast charging. The company claims that the Pixel 6a “can last up to 24 hours” when using the phone in Adaptive Battery mode and up to 72 in Extreme Mode. However, when it comes to battery life, both the other Android smartphones that we haven’t talked about yet, the Galaxy A 53 and Moto G Stylus 5G, destroy the competition on this front.
Both Moto G Stylus 5G and Samsung Galaxy A53 offer huge 5000 mAh battery cells. The huge battery, coupled with Android 12’s software optimizations, should offer a great battery life experience. The only deal-breaker for Moto G Stylus is the lack of support for fast charging. Even though Motorola says that the phone supports “TurboCharge” technology, the phone is only capable of charging the 5,000 mAh cell at 10W. On the other hand, the Samsung smartphone supports 25W fast charging that should be able to completely fill the battery in a couple of hours.
Software support: Even though Samsung and Moto have improved their software support in the last few months, they do not come close to the likes of Apple and Google. Given the iPhone SE is powered by the same chipset as the iPhone 13, it should receive software updates for the next three-four years. Similarly, you can expect monthly patches and major upgrades to arrive on your Pixel 6a quite regularly. If you’re looking for a smartphone with great software support, Google Pixel 6a and iPhone SE are both excellent options — however, you’ll have to make a decision between iOS and Android.
Stylus support: If you’re looking for something like the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra but are constrained due to the budget, Moto G Stylus 5G is the option for you to consider. Out of all the smartphones mentioned in this article, this is the one that offers a decent balance of performance, features, and price. It supports stylus input and has a slot for it, just like the Samsung Galaxy Note series. You can draw, edit, take notes, and do pretty much everything you would do on a Samsung Galaxy Note on this device, just at a lower price tag.
Storage space: The iPhone SE (2022) starts at $429 for the base model. However, the base model comes with only 64GB of storage, which is not at all ideal in today’s day and age. If you’re going to click a lot of pictures and download and store a lot of apps, games, and videos on your smartphone, you should consider going for the Galaxy A54 or the Moto G Stylus 5G. Both the smartphones have a storage expansion slot that supports up to 1TB of memory cards, which should suffice your usage.
mmWave 5G support: In 2022, 5G shouldn’t be a differentiating factor between the smartphone — we completely agree — but here we are. An important thing to note before you decide which smartphone you’re going to buy is that only Samsung Galaxy A53 and Moto G Stylus offer mmWave 5G support — all the smartphones support sub-6GHz 5G networks. mmWave 5G is the Ultra Wide Band 5G Verizon relies on — it’s the fastest one but rare to find. If you’re buying a smartphone to enjoy the greatest speeds, you might want to consider buying one of these two.
Samsung Galaxy A53
Samsung Galaxy A53 packs in a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED Display, the Exynos 1280, and a 5000 mAh battery alongside a decent set of camera sensors. For $450, it offers a combination that is a perfect balance of price and specifications.
iPhone SE (2022)
iPhone SE 2022 arrived with 5G support and the A15 Bionic SoC, offering the unparalleled performance of the iPhone 13 at a low cost. It is the most affordable iPhone available and comes with new camera features and improved battery endurance over its predecessor.
Google Pixel 6a
Google Pixel 6a offers best-in-class features and specifications, shipping with Google Tensor, highly-capable camera hardware, and a refreshed design, worth the asking price of $449.
Moto G Stylus 5G
Moto G Stylus 5G packs in a 6.8-inch 120Hz display, the Snapdragon 695G processor, a 5000 mAh battery, and supports stylus input that can be stored inside its slot. For a price of around $450, it offers a combination a perfect balance of price and features.
Apple’s secret weapon might be an E Ink foldable smartphone
Foldables are certainly the next generation of touchscreen devices that we’ll use. The market seems ready for them, and the sales numbers are growing daily. Most of the companies, including Samsung, OPPO, HUAWEI, and others in the smartphone/tablet space, have launched their own foldable device, but one company — Apple.
When it comes to foldables, Apple has been fairly silent. Yes, there have been some rumors about the Cupertino company working on its own foldable, but the details are fairly scarce at the moment. Nonetheless, popular Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has shared a new key detail about Apple’s upcoming foldable that has got us all excited.
Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple is testing E Ink’s color Electronic Paper Display (EPD) for its future products with foldable screens. Kuo suggests that the company would rely on E Ink’s display for the cover screen of its foldable and not for the main (inner) display. If Apple opts for the E Ink display for the outer screen of its foldable, it will be an interesting deviation from the Android foldable market.
For example, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 features a 6.2-inch AMOLED cover display which allows the users to use the foldable as a normal smartphone in closed operation. The user can unfold the device to use the 7.6-inch main screen. But, using an E Ink display won’t make sense in such a case as the user will not enjoy a screen that refreshes 2-3 times a second and can display only a small amount of colors.
However, an E Ink display would make sense in case the company uses it for a small cover screen, such as in the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3. The latest Samsung Flip foldable features a small 1.9-inch OLED cover screen (seen above) that is only used to display things such as notifications, time, weather, and other static text-based content. If Apple plans to implement an E Ink display for such a small cover screen, it could prove to be a very smart decision.
E Ink displays consume very less power in comparison to OLED displays for displaying static content. Since the outer display’s power consumption will be very low, the company’s foldable could deliver excellent battery life. Those wondering about the muted colors of the E Ink display, the company has developed a solution for it. While most of us associate E Ink with the monochrome displays on the Amazon Kindle e-book readers, the company has also forayed into the field of colored displays, making it usable for the cover screen.
E Ink recently unveiled its Gallery 3 display that is capable of producing over 50,000 colors at 300 dpi. The company’s promotional videos also show how the display can be folded or rolled. While the number of colors the latest E Ink display can produce is nowhere close to the number of colors OLED displays can produce (OLED displays can produce billions of colors), the technology might suffice the use case of an outer display, assuming it will be a small one (like the one on Galaxy Z Flip 3) and will just be used for displaying notifications.
Although Apple will be late to the party whenever it launches its first-ever foldable, using technology such as an E Ink display could become an eye-grabbing feature for the company and provide a boost to its sales. In addition to Apple, Kuo claims that other companies are also looking at this solution.
What we know about Apple’s foldable
While the information about Apple’s foldable device has all of us excited, the company isn’t expected to debut its first foldable product before 2025. Previous reports have suggested that Apple’s first foldable will be an iPhone-iPad hybrid and will likely debut in 2025. In addition to an iPhone-iPad foldable, Bloomberg has reported that Apple is also working on a 20-inch foldable that would debut in 2026.
While Apple’s foldable device is still years away and the company’s plans could change at any moment, Kuo’s latest tweet offers insight into where the company might be heading with the technology. What are your thoughts on Apple using a colored E Ink display for the cover screen of its foldable? Do you think the E Ink display will suffice the usage, or should the company also opt for an OLED display for the outer screen of its foldable? Let us know in the comments section below!
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G is the latest foldable flagship from Samsung. It has an IPX8 certificate, supports the S Pen, and comes with the powerful Snapdragon 888 chipset.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is an excellent option for those looking to enter the foldable phone segment without breaking the bank. It features a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, 8GB RAM, and two storage options.
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