The highlight of the past week was the announcement of the Redmi Note 9 Pro and Note 9 Pro Max. Both have 6.67-inch LCD screens and huge 5,020mAh batteries but they differ in camera hardware.
The Redmi Note 9 Pro will go on sale on March 17 while the Pro Max will follow on March 25.
The other big story was the upcoming Google Pixel 4a’s appearance in the wild as well as the leak of its pricing. Google’s cheaper Pixel will have a punch hole camera on the front and a single rear camera. It will also retain the $399 starting price of the current Pixel 3a.
The Huawei P40 Pro was in the news as well. It will go live on March 26 alongside the P40, and will have a big camera hump on the back. Rumor has it it will have two new Sony-made sensors, like the main and ultrawide cameras, and two zoom cameras – a periscope and a 2x or 3x traditional zoom camera.
The Nubia Red Magic 5G was launched with a Snapdragon 865 and a 144Hz display. It has active air cooling and a 64MP main camera. It will go on sale in China on March 19 and later onto the global stage in April.
Those were the highlights of the week. You can see the full list of hot topics below. See you next week!
The phone arrives with four cameras on the back, punch hole on the front.
It’s actually the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max with downgraded cameras and reduced battery charging speed.
The flagship will reportedly have a periscope and a more traditional zoom camera.
This appears to be the 4G version of the phone with a Snapdragon 730.
Unlike the premium Pixel 4, the “a” model will put the selfie camera in a punch hole. Another change is that the rear camera bump has only one cam.
The new mid-range Pixel will start at the same price as the 3a last year.
The date is March 26 and the company will live stream the whole event.
The new iPad Pro too. It’s not just that the WWDC will likely be canceled, the supply line for the new products is suffering delays.
The ad shows images of earth as captured from space by the Mi 10 Pros high-resolution camera module.
The accomplishment was announced by the brand manager.
This gaming phone packs a mighty punch.
The Hongqi H9 was unveiled earlier this year and targets the executive cars like the Mercedes S-Class.
This will be Moto’s first proper flagship in a while with two more cameras on the back: 16MP and 8MP.
The Pro version won’t be anywhere near the $1,000 mark, though.
The package is released on a random OTA basis.
The purge is after Google took down all Cheetah Mobile apps, AnTuTu claims no connection with the company.
The Find X2 Pro claims yet another bragging right.