In this release of inside information: Sony may abandon the release of Xperia 10 II Plus; ZTE Blade X1 5G has been certified by one of the regulators; Samsung Galaxy M62 will receive a large storage capacity.
Sony may refuse to release Xperia 10 II Plus
According to the Chinese network informant under the nickname Caybule, Sony intends to stop developing the Xperia 10 II Plus smartphone. The reason for this decision, according to the source, was the desire of the manufacturer to transfer the entire line of branded devices to 5G networks. Previously, the gadget was spotted in the database of the Eurasian Economic Commission, where it appeared under the code number XQ-AQ52/53.
In addition, two unannounced devices PM-134X-BV and PM-135X-BV were discovered on Sony servers, which could be the Xperia 1 III and Xperia 10 III models. It is expected that its presentation will take place in 2021, while even the mid-budget devices of the Japanese brand of the same year of release will receive support from fifth-generation networks.
ZTE Blade X1 5G passed the certification
In the documents of the regulator Global Certification Forum, a mention of a new smartphone of the ZTE brand with the code number Z6750M appeared. Presumably, this particular model will be positioned on the market under the name Blade X1 5G, moreover, the device was previously noticed in the Wi-Fi Alliance consortium's database.
Based on the assumptions of network informants, the gadget may receive a MediaTek Dimensity 800 processor and should appear on the market in the near future. The specifications and cost of the upcoming smartphone, which is attributed in absentia to the middle price segment, have not yet been disclosed.
Samsung Galaxy M62 will receive a large storage capacity
A new report from network informants points to plans by South Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung to introduce a successor to the Galaxy M51 model in the near future. It is expected that the Galaxy M62 will get an increased battery capacity, an improved set of cameras compared to its predecessor, and the top version will be offered with up to 256 GB of flash memory.
As for the hardware platform, insiders do not exclude the use of Samsung's Snapdragon 765G processor. The date of the presentation and the estimated price of the device are unknown.