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  • Redmi 7, Nokia 3.2, Meizu 16S, OPPO F11 Pro - Price and Features


    OPPO F11 Pro showed in the video; Meizu 16S will get real edge-to-edge screen; Nokia 3.2 will bring to MWC 2019; another Samsung tablet showed up on the photos; Redmi 7 will receive a large display and MIUI out of the box 10.

    OPPO F11 Pro showed on the video

    OPPO F11 Pro will be presented in India in early March. The device will receive a frameless screen, a retractable front camera, a MediaTek processor and a 3.5 mm audio Jack. This week, the gadget became the hero of a 4-second video, where you can see the premium case, a double rear camera, and a fingerprint scanner.

     

    OPPO F11 Pro has a blue and purple gradient, in addition, the sale will go version of the green version. The cost of the smartphone will be about $350.

    Meizu 16S will get a real edge-to-edge screen

    The head of Meizu Juan Jean shared interesting information about the future flagship Meizu 16S. So, it will be equipped with a top processor Snapdragon 855 and a 6.2-inch screen with thin frames without any cuts. The front of the smartphone will be covered with glass Gorilla Glass 6.

    Meizu 16S

    The battery capacity is 3600mah and wireless charging is not supported. According to CEO Meizu, the technology of charging by air in its current form is not practical. A 48-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization will be installed at the rear. From pleasant trifles, it is worth noting the long-awaited emergence of NFC.

    The release of Meizu 16S is scheduled for April-may this year at a price of about $500.

    Nokia 3.2 will be brought to MWC 2019

    Nokia 3.2 (TA-1157) passed Wi-Fi Alliance certification on the eve of MWC 2019 announcement. The smartphone will receive support for Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and Android 9.0 Pie operating system. The FCC certificate previously revealed the presence of a Bluetooth 4.2 Low Energy wireless module, two main cameras, and a 3000mAh battery.

    Nokia 3.2

    The exact characteristics of Nokia 3.2 are not disclosed, but it is known that it will be better than its predecessor.

    Another Samsung tablet lit up in the photo

    Samsung has announced several mid-range tablets and is not going to stop there. For example, another Android SM-P200 tablet has been certified in Taiwan. He probably will debut in the Galaxy Tab series A. the Device is equipped with a battery of 4200 mAh battery and supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n.

    Samsung tablet

    Samsung SM-P200 will receive 32 GB of internal memory and will debut in black and gray. The related model SM-P205 was seen in the benchmark with an eight-core Exynos 7904 processor and 3 GB of RAM.

    Date of the announcement is not disclosed.

    Redmi 7 will get an enlarged display and MIUI 10 out of the box

    Budget smartphone Redmi 7 has been certified in China. In addition to the obvious facts, such as the 10W charger included, the FCC published the dimensions of the Redmi 7 — 157 x 76mm. For comparison, the dimensions of Redmi 6 are 147,5x71, 5 mm with a screen diagonal of 5.45 inches. In other words, Redmi 7 will get a bigger screen.

    Redmi 7

    The gadget debuts invariants on 3 + 32, 3 + 64, 4 + 64 GB of RAM and internal memory respectively. Redmi 7 supports single-band Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth, GPS with A-GPS, GLONASS, 4G LTE, FM radio. The FCC confirmed the presence of MIUI 10 out of the box. The rest of the specs remain a mystery.


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