The Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy Z Fold 2 and OtterBox cases are on sale today
M1 MacBooks and accessories for your laptop are available now
The official news starts today with deals starting with the M1 MacBook Pro, which is currently $ 149 cheaper on Amazon, and leaving it at 1150 for 256GB of storage. The new iPad Air is also $ 69 cheaper, so it stays at 680. If you’re looking for a foldable one, the Moto RAZR is $ 200 cheaper, so it ships at 1200. I know it’s still too expensive for what you’re getting. Speaking of foldable: With the trade-in offers from Samsung, you can get the Galaxy Z Fold 2 for only 1450 if you have a suitable device, of course. Same goes for the S21, which sells for $ 100, or the S21 Ultra for $ 500 if you have a swap device. Finally, the M1 MacBook Air is also $ 70 cheaper, leaving the 512 gigabyte memory model for 1179. We also have more deals on Lenovo Chromebooks, Beats headphones, more Samsung phones, and more at the links below.
The Samsung Galaxy A52 5G offers the luxury of a 120 Hz screen on a budget
The new Samsung Galaxy A72 borrows flagship tricks for mid-range glory
We’re coming to Samsung for the first time today, as the company just had its “Awesome Unpacked Event” today, where we received two new devices. Let’s start with the Galaxy A72, which has a 6.7-inch FHD + display running at 90 Hz. It is powered by the Snapdragon 720G with 6 or 8 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of expandable storage. It also brings a 5,000 mAh battery as well as a quad camera system on the back that includes a 64 megapixel primary shooter. The Galaxy A52, also known as the second best-selling phone of the last year, features a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display at FHD + and a frequency of 120 Hz. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G with up to 8 GB of RAM and operated with up to 256 GB of memory. There is an LTE variant and a 5G variant, which of course differ in the technical data. On the back there are 4 cameras with the same 64-megapixel main sensor, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor, a 5-megapixel depth sensor and a macro. The Galaxy A72 costs 449 euros for the entry-level variant and the A52 costs 349 euros for the 4G model or 429 euros for the 5G variant.
OnePlus Smartwatch doesn’t work with Wear OS and I’m excited about it!
OnePlus Watch leaks tips for a week’s battery in 20 minutes of charging time, 4 GB of storage and more
When we moved to OnePlus, the company already confirmed that we will receive their first smartwatch with the OnePlus 9 series on March 23, but we don’t have much information about the watch yet. Now we have a new report from Pricebaba that says the watch will bring a circular dial that is 46mm in size. It will be available in two color options: black and silver. It will also have an IP68 rating as well as 4 GB of onboard storage. The leak also mentions that it has automatic exercise detection, swimming mode, sleep tracking, heart rate monitoring, stress tracking, and more. Thanks to Warp Charging, you can expect a week of battery life with just 20 minutes of charging. And that sounds too good to be true, but according to Pete Lau, it’s because they do. In a forum post, he wrote that they built the operating system based on an RTOS rather than WearOS as they believe it offers a smooth and reliable experience while offering long battery life, which is some of the biggest issues when buying a smartwatch. So yeah, this watch actually sounds pretty good and we’re very close to this event so stay tuned.
iPad Pro Update with a Mini-LED Display Expected to Arrive in April: Report
Well, here’s a good twist: it looks like OnePlus will have the 23rd all to itself because of the Apple leaks we’re all wrong about. You see, we were expecting invitations yesterday, but that didn’t happen. Now we have a new report from DigiTimes that says Apple won’t launch its new 12.9-inch iPad Pro with mini-LED until the second quarter of the year. This report begins April 1st. Apparently, this is because the backlit mini LED panels supplier has 50% of its production capacity for this tablet, which is scheduled to be booked from the second quarter of 2021. Early in the morning we also received a new tweet from Jon Prosser claiming that the event will now happen in April and that he will explain details about his show later. But he will still shave his eyebrows. So yeah, this is the first time Apple has hosted an event in April since their special event in 2010 that featured iOS 4. To improve your memory, we are expecting these iPad pros, AirTags, hopefully some AirPods and maybe let’s see when it actually happens.
The successors to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 and Galaxy Z Flip will debut in the third quarter of 2021: report
The Galaxy Note series isn’t dead, but don’t expect a new one this year
In conclusion, let’s put Samsung and the mystery of the missing Galaxy Note in the spotlight. It’s already March and we don’t have any code names or information about the 2021 Galaxy Note series. I mean, it makes sense since Samsung just brought the S Pen to the Galaxy S and they are reportedly working hard on their leaflets. However, the company said we will continue to receive a Galaxy Note, but not on the typical schedule. Well, at the last Samsung annual general meeting in Korea, the CEO of Samsung said, “There is no new Galaxy Note this year,” translated by the machine. He continued, “It’s not that we’re not going to release new products. The timing may vary, but next year we are preparing for it. “I think this is real confirmation that Samsung will be taking a break from the Note this year as leaks claim they are working to bring the support for pens to the Galaxy Z Fold line that I believe that it should eventually transform into the Galaxy Note. And if you’re wondering what Samsung’s launch plan looks like, a new report from Reuters says that Sammy will be bringing the Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 2 along with some Wear OS watches in the third quarter and the Galaxy S21 in the fourth quarter FE will bring to market.
A former bilingual teacher who left the classrooms to join the Pocketnow team as news editors and content creators for the Spanish audience. An artist by nature who enjoys video games, guitars, action figures, cooking, painting, drawing, and good music.