Another week, another new smartphone from Samsung – say hello to the Galaxy M11. The phone was uploaded to the UAE website of the company without even a press release.
The Samsung Galaxy M11 has a 6.4” LCD of HD+ resolution with a punch hole in the top left corner for the selfie camera. The Korean company does not reveal its chipsets, but confirms the Galaxy M11 comes an octa-core CPU clocked at 1.8GHz. RAM is 3GB, while storage is 32GB and there is a slot for a microSD card.
On the back, we have three cameras, lined up vertically. The main one is a 13MP f/1.8 shooter, there’s also a 5MP f/2.2 ultrawide angle snapper with 115 degrees field of view. The third cam is a depth sensor tasked with improving portrait shots. Video recording is limited to 1080p@30 fps.
At the front there’s an 8MP f/2.0 selie camera with fixed focus.
The phone has a huge 5,000 mAh battery, charged through a USB-C port and weighs 197 grams. Other connectivity options include Bluetooth 4.2, 3.5 mm audio jack, Wi-Fi b/g/n at 2.4 GHz, but no NFC. Unsurprisingly, this phone works on networks up to LTE, and it takes two SIM cards as well as a memory slot.
Samsung Galaxy M11 will be available at a bunch of online and brick and mortar stores in UAE, but exact dates and price is yet to be revealed.
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Reminder: You Can Download A Free Version Of Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics – Nintendo Life
Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics is Nintendo’s latest release. If you’re still not sure if this is the right game for you – did you know you can actually try out a free edition that gives you access to four games and local multiplayer?
Yep, if you head on over to the Switch eShop in select regions, you can download it right now. The four games included are Dominos, Four-in-a-Row, President, and Slot Cars. Apart from local multiplayer options, you can also play each game by yourself. Here’s a description along with the Japanese trailer:
About the Guest Edition:
This trial version of 51 Worldwide Games includes 4 games that you can take on the go to play anytime, anywhere. You can play the games contained here in Local Play with other players who have the Guest Edition! If your friends download the Guest Edition, up to 4 players can join in a game of dominoes or president. If someone has the full version, you can use Local Play to join in any of the multiplayer games.
Will you be trying out this free edition, or jumping straight into the full game? Leave a comment down below.
2020 iPhone Shock As Five ‘All-New’ Apple iPhones Revealed – Forbes
Apple’s iPhone 12 lineup has already leaked in stunning detail. But now new information not only disputes a lot of this, it also gives a first look at the company’s radical all-new 2021 iPhone.
Respected Japanese site Macotakara delivers the shocks, having tapped into its supply chain sources to attain 3D printed models of Apple’s four iPhone 12 models and completely overhauled 2021 redesign. If correct, the news is going to leave millions of iPhone users disappointed this year but blown away by Apple’s ambitious plans for the so-called iPhone 13.
Starting with the four iPhone 12 models, Macotakara shows that contrary to popular opinion (and despite all-new internals), externally the range will not deviate as far from the iPhone 11 lineup as widely expected.
The models show Apple will stick with the large display notch introduced with the iPhone X, retain the Lightning port and exclude the LiDAR sensor first seen on the new iPad Pro and tipped to be introduced on the iPhone 12 Pros. This means the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max stick with triple cameras in a triangular array, though the new entry-level 5.4-inch iPhone 12 and 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Max will get dual cameras whereas the iPhone 11 has just a single module.
Overall, there are significant disappointments here but, conversely, Macotakara’s mold of the 2021 entry-level iPhone 13 blows away all expectations.
For 2021, Macotakara states Apple will replace the notch with a tiny punch hole for the front camera and hide all other FaceID sensors under the display thanks to ‘Under Panel Sensor’ technology from Samsung. Thanks to thinner bezels, the display of the 5.4-inch model will also increase to 5.5-inches in the same chassis, and the Lightning port will finally be replaced by USB-C. Lastly, the back of the phone shows space reserved in the camera bump for up to five modules.
While a lot can still change in terms of the 2021 design, if Macotakara’s sources are correct, I suspect many potential iPhone 12 owners postpone their upgrades to 2021. Internally, the iPhone 12 models will be all-new thanks to the biggest A series upgrade in years, 5G across the range, 120Hz ProMotion displays (with some doubts) and prices which will undercut the competition. That said, a fourth generation of the same design introduced by the iPhone X in 2017 may prove to be a dealbreaker.
All of which sets us up for a clash of the heavyweights. Macotakara famously scooped Apple’s decision to remove the headphone jack in 2016 and has delivered a solid array of exclusives ever since. That said, 2020’s most accurate Apple insider has very different ideas about the iPhone 12 and 13 so watch this space.
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