Smartphone tech has topped. We're by then where any additions in execution feels minimal and fringe silly since there isn't a lot of the typical individual does on their phone that would expect that much power.
This is the reason for organizations who are unfamiliar to most everyone, plan is presumably a decent put to contend on, which is how Nothing managed its Nothing Phone series, and presently it seems as though the plan could certainly stand out as the organization's next smartphone, the Infinix GT 10 series, appears to have acquired some plan signs.
As you can find in the picture over, the forthcoming Infinix GT 10 Pro and GT 10 Pro+ could be embracing another straightforward back plan total with moving LED lights, which Nothing calls "glyphs". We don't know what Infinix will name the element, yet probably it ought to have comparative usefulness.
In the Nothing Phone series, the LED lights are something other than adornment. It's utilized as notice lights that can glimmer and change tone as indicated by the notice, making it a tomfoolery and interesting approach to telling individuals what sort of warnings they got without checking the phone out.
We need to concede that the element is gimmicky and not exactly our favorite, but rather from a plan stance, it's sort of pleasant, particularly since most phones these days will generally look practically the same, particularly when you slap a case on it. Infinix hasn't declared the new phones yet, yet being launched in August is normal.
Nothing's decision to go all see-through with its device lineup has undoubtedly sparked a fire amongst its contemporaries, and it's no surprise that other smartphone OEMs have decided to join in on the transparent handset design trend, like the Unihertz Luna.
The most recent company to hop on the bandwagon though is Infinix - known for its budget-friendly Android phones, it looks like the brand is working on releasing a smartphone that features a transparent rear panel, at least according to a source on the internet.
A post on Chinese social networking site Weibo shows a couple of images of the yet-to-be-released Infinix GT 10 Pro and GT 10 Pro Plus, the latter of which features a see-through back panel similar to the Nothing Phone 2 and Nothing Phone 1, albeit with an industrial design look to it.
Based on the screenshots, it looks like the Nothing Phone competitor will feature a Dimensity 8050 chipset, Android 13, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, a display with a 1080×2400 pixel resolution, a 108MP main camera and 32MP front camera, as well as a 5,000 mAh battery inside. There's no word yet on pricing or availability, at least for the time being.
Nothing's subsequent phone hasn't yet made its presentation available and it's now accepting its most memorable update. For this first update, Nothing has chosen to go for camera enhancements, yet there are several highlights included also.
In the event that you've currently pre-requested the Nothing Phone (2) on plan to buy it when it goes on special on July 17, make a point to check for another update since it carries a small bunch of significant enhancements to the gadget. Two or three screen captures distributed by GSMArena recommend that Nothing truly needed to make the phone's camera much better.
Most importantly, the representation mode will uphold 2x zoom. Furthermore, movement catch will be upheld in 50-megapixel mode and there's likewise another Nothing style photograph watermark that you can decide to utilize. More upgrades in the update incorporate enhancement of the HDR viability in all cases, as well as advanced photograph lucidity while shooting somewhere in the range of 4x and 10x zoom.
To wrap things up, further developed camera quality when utilized in outsider applications has been added as well, alongside decreased slack and advanced adjustment.
Two or three new elements have been added as well, for example, a Glyph Writer, which can be downloaded from the Play Store. It's utilized to make and record Glyph Ringtones while you're feeling innovative.
Another new element called Glyph Progress for Uber does precisely very thing its name infers. You can check the advancement of an approaching Uber ride through the Glyph Connection point, albeit this element is by all accounts in beta, so it could not necessarily fill in as expected.
Different changes remembered for the update concern the Speedy Settings gadgets, which permit clients to add their most-utilized Fast Settings tiles straightforwardly to their home or lock screen. Moreover, gadgets can now be added to the lock screen and Consistently in plain view.
At last, the Nothing Machine ringtones and warning sounds from Phone (1) have been revamped and acclimated to match the new portion plan of Phone (2). Additionally, there are four new backdrops added and one-gave mode.
If you betted on a foldable phone premiere from Nothing, you'd win exactly... nothing. This hot brand is not in the works of making a foldable device, assures Nothing founder and CEO Carl Pei.
In an interview with IndiaToday (the 28-minute conversation was posted on Twitter), Carl Pei denied rumors about a folding phone right away. Such rumors surfaced in the beginning of May 2023, when users got a tad more excited than needed. The reason for the hype was an appreciation post by Nothing in their official Twitter account. They shared some concept images made by a Discord community member - nice renders of a foldable device titled ‘Fold (1)'.
Appreciating fan creations is one thing, but reality is that for now, Carl Pei frankly doesn't believe in foldable phones. The mastermind regards these devices as ‘niche products' and, furthermore, he doesn't believe people actually desire folding capabilities that much.
Big time entrepreneurs are prone to get counter-intuitive, and it seems that foldable phones are mandatory nowadays. Big players like Google, OnePlus, OPPO, Motorola, Xiaomi and Samsung are all betting on foldables in 2023.
‘It's good that some people are building it, but if you look at how the foldables are evolving, they are all the same again. If you don't see the logo anymore, (if) you hide the logo on the foldables, I don't think a consumer can really tell them apart. I don't think consumers walk around saying, hey, I wish my phone could fold. I think it's an innovation that the manufacturers are pushing onto the consumer', Carl Pei points out.
The interviewer asked Pei directly if Nothing plans to launch a foldable phone, and Pei stated: ‘Not anytime soon'. We will remind you of that statement, Mr. Pei, if suddenly a wild Fold (1) appears out of the blue this year.
Back in 2022, Qualcomm launched a variant of its Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset in the form of the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, which is why we wouldn't have been surprised if the company followed up this year with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2, and sure enough they have with Nubia's latest Red Magic smartphone being the first to make use of it.
Nubia has announced the Red Magic 8S Pro, a gaming smartphone, which to our knowledge is the first smartphone in the world to use the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2 chipset, offering users a faster experience compared to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 which was largely used by flagships in 2023.
In terms of performance, the use of the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2 features faster clock speeds from 3.2GHz to 3.36GHz, while its GPU has also been improved from 680MHz to 719MHz.
As for the rest of the specs, the phone packs a massive 6.8-inch AMOLED display with 2480×1116 resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. There are also built-in shoulder triggers, and the phone is accompanied by 12GB of LPDDR5X RAM and up to 512GB of UFS 4.0 storage.
Nubia has also included the ICE 12 cooling system which has a 5W/mK thermal paste, improved air ducts and fans. The Red Magic 8S Pro also features a 6,000mAh battery with 165W charging, and in the camera department, we're looking at a 50MP main shooter with a 16MP shooter on the front.
The phone has been initially launched in China and will be sold starting on the 11th of July (with pre-orders going live today) and will be priced starting at $550. There are plans to launch it internationally, but that will take place at a later date on the 27th of July.