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  • Insider information #0059: Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Sony Xperia 20, RedmiBook 14, Samsung Galaxy Fold


    In this release of Insider information: Samsung Galaxy Note10 will get unusual color options; Sony Xperia 20 lit up on the renders; Redmibook 14 specifications leaked to the network before the announcement; Samsung Galaxy Fold: the new release date of the bendable smartphone.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will get unusual color options

    Insiders of the resource SamMobile reported that at their disposal there was detailed information about the colors of the body of unannounced smartphones Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10 Pro and two future devices of the Galaxy A-line.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 10

    The source claims that in addition to the "standard" colors (black, white and silver), the base Note 10 will be presented in pink and red. The older model will only be available in the first three variants. It is also reported about four upcoming models A-series: SM-A507F, SM-A707F and SM-A907F debut in black and white.

    Smartphone code-named SM-A107F will be released in red, green, blue and black. Another difference of the device will be the use of MediaTek Helio P22 processor with 2 GB of RAM — presumably, the gadget will be presented as the Galaxy A10 and will be the most affordable device of the line.

    Detailed specifications and release date of new products are not announced.

    Sony Xperia 20 lit up on the renders

    Following the publication of the renderings of the flagship, Sony Xperia 2 insider OnLeaks leaked a series of images of a more affordable version of the gadget called Xperia 20.

    Sony Xperia 20

    The overall design of the Sony Xperia 20 is much the same as the Xperia 10, but some key details still distinguish the gadget from its predecessor. For example, the fingerprint scanner combined with the power button is clearly visible on the render. The Xperia 20 also features only one speaker on the bottom of the case.

    Sony Xperia 20

    It is reported that the Xperia 20 will receive a back cover made of glass or polycarbonate — presumably, thus Sony plans to reduce the cost of the device.

    Characteristics and date of presentation of the smartphone are unknown.

    Specifications RedmiBook 14 was leaked before the announcement

    Indian insider Ishan Agarwal posted on Twitter details about the filling of the first laptop Redmi, which, according to a source, will soon be announced under the name RedmiBook 14.

    RedmiBook 14

    The laptop will be equipped with a 14-inch display and processor Intel Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 in various configurations with 4 GB or 8 GB of RAM and a 256GB or 512 GB SSD. The basic versions will come with built-in graphics Intel, older versions will receive a discrete graphics card NVIDIA GeForce MX250.

    The capacity of the battery, the date of appearance on sale and the price of new products does not lead the insider.

    Samsung Galaxy Fold: new release date of the bendable smartphone

    The South Korean vendor has delayed the promised delivery date of the galaxy Fold bendable smartphone, and an updated sales start date has not yet been announced. Korean information resource Yonhap News reports that the transfer of the release occurred due to the protracted testing of the device design — but now, as it is claimed, all the problems are solved.

    Samsung Galaxy Fold

    According to the source, the company has finalized the mechanism of bending the gadget, and the first batches will go to retail in June. It should be noted that Samsung did not comment on this publication: to confirm this information, you will have to wait for the official release.


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