Moto G82 5G India Launch Tipped for June 7, Display Specifications Leaked

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Moto G82 5G India launch could take place on June 7, according to details shared by a tipster. The smartphone made its debut in Europe last month and is powered by a Snapdragon 695 SoC, paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. It sports a 6.6-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The smartphone features a 50-megapixel triple rear camera setup, along with a 16-megapixel selfie camera. It packs a 5,000mAh battery with 30W TurboPower fast charging support.

According to details shared by tipster Mukul Sharma on Wednesday, the Moto G82 5G will be launched in India on June 7. The smartphone will feature a pOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and 10-bit colour support, according to the tipster. Another tipster Yogesh Brar claims that the handset will launch on June 9, and will compete with the Poco X4 Pro, which made its debut in India in March. Motorola is yet to announce plans to launch the smartphone in India next week.

Moto G82 5G specifications

The Moto G82 5G that was launched in Europe last month runs on Android 12. It sports a 6.6-inch full-HD+ (1,080×2,400 pixels) AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The handset is powered by a Snapdragon 695 SoC, paired with 6GB of LPDDR4x RAM.

For photos and videos, the Moto G82 5G is equipped with a triple rear camera setup that includes a 50-megapixel primary sensor. There is an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with 118-degree field-of-view and a 2-megapixel macro shooter. It also features a 16-megapixel front facing camera, for selfies and video chats.

The handset is equipped with 128GB of inbuilt storage that is expandable via a dedicated microSD card (up to 1TB) slot. It is equipped with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and packs a 5,000mAh battery with 30W TurboPower fast charging support. The smartphone has an IP52 rating for dust and water resistance, according to the company.



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Motorola Edge 30 Review: A Minor Upgrade

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Motorola claims that the Edge 30 is the world’s slimmest 5G smartphone and India’s lightest 5G phone in its segment. This obsession with design has resulted in a phone that measures just 6.79mm in thickness and weighs just 155g. The Motorola Edge 30 succeeds the Motorola Edge 20 (Review) which launched last year at a similar price. From the looks of it, Motorola has clearly prioritised the design of the Edge 30 as one of its main selling points, but has it skimped on other areas in order to achieve it or does the Motorola Edge 30 deliver a good balance of form and function? I put it to the test to find out.

Motorola Edge 30 price in India

The Motorola Edge 30 starts at Rs. 27,999 for the base variant with 6GB of RAM, while the variant with 8GB of RAM is priced at Rs. 29,999. Both variants come with 128GB of storage. Motorola is offering the Edge 30 in Meteor Grey and Aurora Green colours and I had the former for this review.

Motorola Edge 30 design

The Motorola Edge 30 is all about design. Motorola has flattened the frame of the Edge 30 to keep up with the trend set by the iPhone 12 and is something we’ve seen many Android smartphones adopt recently. However, the corners and edges of the body are still a bit rounded which makes it easy to grip the Edge 30.

As I mentioned in my first impressions of this device, the body of the Edge 30 is made out of polycarbonate in order to keep the weight down. The back panel is acrylic which should make it more resilient to cracks when dropped, even though the surface looks like glass. It is flat and has the Motorola logo in the centre. This panel did pick up fingerprints rather easily, but you can fix this by using the bundled case.

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Motorola claims that the Edge 30 is the slimmest 5G smartphone in the world

 

The Motorola Edge 30 has a very good in-hand feel and it isn’t heavy either, so using it for long durations did not cause fatigue in my experience. The phone borrows some design elements from its elder sibling, the Edge 30 Pro (Review). Its camera module looks identical and it also sports the same camera hardware, which I’ll talk about a bit later.

Motorola has opted for a 6.5-inch display on the Edge 30, which I felt, is a comfortable size for single-handed usage. It has a tiny hole-punch at the top which I didn’t find distracting. The power and volume buttons are easy to reach and provide good feedback when pressed. The SIM tray is on the bottom, next to the USB Type-C port and the speaker. There is no 3.5mm headphone jack. The earpiece also doubles up as a speaker, so you get stereo sound. Overall, the Motorola Edge 30 feels sturdy and features an IP52 rating which makes it resistant to light splashes of water.

Motorola Edge 30 specifications and software

The Motorola Edge 30 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ SoC, which is an upgrade to the Snapdragon 778G powering the Motorola Edge 20 (Review), its predecessor. The Edge 30 also happens to be the first smartphone in India to use this SoC. It has support for Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 6E, NFC, and 13 5G bands. Unfortunately, storage is non-expandable on the Edge 30 and this could be a concern for some buyers. The stereo speakers on the Edge 30 feature Dolby Atmos and Snapdragon Sound enhancements.

The Motorola Edge 30 has a 6.5-inch pOLED display with a full-HD+ resolution. It also has a pretty high refresh rate of 144Hz and a 360Hz touch sampling rate. According to Motorola, the advantage of using a pOLED panel is that it helps keep the bezels narrow and lowers the thickness of the display. The Edge 30 also sports Corning Gorilla Glass 3 over the screen for scratch protection.

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The Motorola Edge 30 sports a 6.5-inch pOLED display with thin bezels

 

The Motorola Edge 30 packs a 4,020mAh battery which is slightly smaller compared to the average battery capacity we’re used to seeing these days. This may have been a conscious choice by Motorola in order to keep the thickness and weight of the phone down. There is support for 33W fast charging and Motorola bundles a compatible TurboPower fast charger in the box.

On the software front, the Motorola Edge 30 runs Android 12 along with Motorola’s custom MyUX interface on top. Motorola has committed to two years of Android OS updates and three years of security updates for the Edge 30, which should help it stay relevant in the years to come. We’re starting to see long-term software support by Android manufacturers for their mid-range offerings too and not just flagships, which is a big win for consumers. The recently launched Samsung Galaxy M53 (Review) also had a similar commitment. 

The interface of the Motorola Edge 30 is clean and it only has the Facebook app preinstalled. It does have a fair amount of Google apps too, but you can uninstall most of these to reclaim some storage space. The UI is customisable and you can personalise it using the Moto app.

Motorola has also added features such as Peek Display which wakes up the pOLED panel for incoming notifications. Attentive Display is another useful feature that keeps the screen from turning off as long as you are looking at it. The classic Moto Actions which allows you to perform functions such as turn on the camera or flashlight by using motion gestures, are also present. Motorola’s ‘Ready For’ feature lets you mirror the content on the smartphone wirelessly onto an external display or link it to a Windows PC.

Motorola Edge 30 performance

The Motorola Edge 30 delivered a smooth experience during my review period. Its pOLED display was crisp and had good viewing angles. The refresh rate of the display was set to Auto by default and with this setting, I noticed that the UI was refreshed at 90Hz on most occasions. It did switch to 144Hz on the lock screen of all places, but most interactions with the interface, including scrolling through menus, was at 90Hz.

You’ll have to lock the refresh rate in the Settings app if you want the full 144Hz, which does feel a bit smoother but I didn’t find it to be a huge difference. I found it best to leave it at the Auto setting as the user experience was still good. Watching video content felt engaging and the stereo speakers did complement the display quite well. Those looking for a device primarily for media consumption would find the Motorola Edge 30 very interesting.

The in-display fingerprint scanner in the Motorola Edge 30 is a step in the right direction, but it isn’t the fastest scanner I’ve used. It occasionally took longer than necessary to authenticate my finger. Motorola has added a cool fingerprint animation to sort of distract you while the scanner does its job. Face recognition was reasonably quick to unlock the phone.

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The Motorola Edge 30 sports a triple camera setup with similar hardware as the Edge 30 Pro

 

I ran synthetic benchmarks to see where the Motorola Edge 30 stands compared to the competition. In AnTuTu, the Edge 30 managed 530,975 points which is a shade higher than the 524,175 scored by its predecessor, the Edge 20. However, competing smartphones such as the OnePlus Nord 2 (Review) and the Mi 11X (Review) scored higher. The Edge 30 scored 6,672 points in the 3DMark Slingshot test, which was not bad.

Call of Duty: Mobile was fairly quick to load on the Motorola Edge 30 and the game ran at the ‘Very High’ graphics setting with the frame rate set to ‘High’. The game was playable at these settings without any hint of stutter. The stereo speakers made gameplay more engaging. I played the game for about 20 minutes and it resulted in an eight percent drop in battery level, which was on the higher side. The phone was also slightly warm to the touch after my gaming session.

I was a bit concerned about battery life, considering the smaller than average battery, but the Motorola Edge 30 managed to last for one full day with my typical usage. In our HD video loop test, it didn’t fare too well as it ran for just 11 hours, 50 minutes with the refresh rate set to Auto. If you lock the refresh rate at 144Hz, the battery performance should drop even further. The bundled 33W TurboPower charger was quick enough to top up the phone to about 60 percent in thirty minutes and fully charged it in an hour.

Motorola Edge 30 cameras

The Motorola Edge 30 sports the same camera hardware as the Edge 30 Pro. It has a 50-megapixel primary camera with OIS, a 50-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera which is also capable of macro photography, and a 2-megapixel depth camera. In comparison to the Edge 20 which had a 3X telephoto camera, the Edge 30 misses out on good zoom functionality. That said, the camera interface is pretty much unchanged and is easy to navigate. The camera app offers a Pro mode which gives you complete manual control for setting the exposure. 

Motorola Edge 30 daylight samples from the primary (top) and ultra-wide (bottom) cameras (tap to see full-size image)

 

The Motorola Edge 30 was quick to lock focus but was a bit hesitant on a few occasions with HDR scenes. Photos shot in daylight looked good but weren’t as detailed as I would have liked upon zooming in. It also appeared as if the camera app bumped up the sharpness while pixel-binning photos from the main camera. Photos shot at the full 50-megapixel resolution generally had better details.

The ultra-wide-angle camera also pixel-binned photos to 12.5-megapixels by default, but was a notch below the primary camera in terms of details. This camera did offer a wider field of view but there was noticeable barrel distortion along the edges of the photo.

Motorola Edge 30 close-up (top), Portrait mode (middle), and macro (bottom) camera samples (tap to see full-size image)

 

Photos of close-up objects looked sharp with good details and adequate background separation. The camera app also suggested switching to the macro camera when I was close enough to a subject. Macro shots were detailed but had a warmer colour tone. Portrait mode photos had good edge detection and the Edge 30 did allow me to set the level of background blur before taking the shot.

Motorola Edge 30 auto mode (top) and Night mode (bottom) camera samples (tap to see full-size image)

 

Low-light camera performance was decent but the phone didn’t manage to capture the best details in the darker areas of the frame. Night mode made a significant difference, and the phone delivered a brighter image overall.

Motorola Edge 30 daylight selfie with Portrait mode (tap to see full-size image) 

 

Selfies from the 32-megapixel camera were binned to 8-megapixels by default. Daylight selfies looked natural with accurate colours and had good background blur in shots taken with Portrait mode. Low-light selfies with an adequate light source nearby turned out quite well.

Video recording on the Motorola Edge 30 topped out at 4K for the primary as well as the selfie camera. The phone stabilised footage very well and videos shot while walking around had no jitter in daylight. However, slight jitter in the footage was noticeable when shooting videos in low light.

Verdict

Motorola has clearly prioritised design over everything else on the Edge 30, and if this is something that ranks high on your must-have list, you’ll find this phone very appealing. Another area where the Motorola Edge 30 continues to deliver the goods is in software. The UI is clean and free from excessive bloatware apps and with a promise of long-term Android updates from Motorola, the Edge 30 should age quite well.

However, the Motorola Edge 30 isn’t a major upgrade over its predecessor, the Motorola Edge 20 (Review). If you were expecting wonders from the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ SoC then you’ll be disappointed to know that it doesn’t really offer a huge improvement over the Snapdragon 778G. The cameras are good for the price but the output, especially recorded videos in low light, is still a bit behind the Edge 30 Pro despite having similar hardware.

Overall, the Edge 30 is a good choice for those who value design and prefer stock Android. If you are a power user who wants better performance, the OnePlus Nord 2 (Review) or the Xiaomi Mi 11X (Review) should suit you better. The newly launched iQoo Neo 6 (First look) is also shaping up to be a strong competitor to the Edge 30 and we should have that full review for you soon. 


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Vivo is Reportedly Working a New Flagship Smartphone With 200W Fast Charging Support

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Vivo is reportedly working on a new flagship smartphone that is expected to come with a whopping 200W fast charging support. It was said that Vivo was earlier working on offering 100W fast charging with the phone, but now, with a new charging adaptor, the company is expecting to exceed the 200W fast charging capabilities. The flagship smartphone is now expected to support 20V / 10A charging. It is also being said that the whole line will be backwards compatible with 120W, 80W, and 66W charging rates.

Tipster Digital Chat Station, on the Chinese microblogging website Weibo, posted that Vivo is currently working on a flagship that will support 200W fast charging. He said that the company was earlier planning on offering the smartphone with only 100W fast charging, but since the company has changed to a new charging adaptor that supports 20V, it has managed to offer up to 200W fast charging support. The tipster added that this makes the entire lineup backwards compatible with 120W, 80W, and 66W charging rates. It was also hinted that the smartphone might get a battery with a capacity larger than 4000mAh.

Neither the name nor any other details regarding specifications and availability of the smartphone were revealed. Vivo has also not confirmed the launch or the 200W fast charging claims.

The last flagship from the company was the Vivo X80 Pro that was launched in April this year. To recall, the smartphone came with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC and quad rear camera setup. It housed a 4,700mAh battery with 80W fast charging support and wireless charging support. It got a 6.78-inch touchscreen with 120Hz refresh rate. At the front, it came with a 32-megapixel selfie camera. At the back, it was equipped with a 50-megapixel primary sensor, a 48-megapixel sensor, a 12-megapixel sensor, and an 8-megapixel shooter. It came with Android 12 and OriginOS Ocean out-of-the-box.


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OnePlus Hosts User Experience Survey to Get Feedback to Improve OxygenOS Experience

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OnePlus hosted a new community survey to get feedback on the current experience of OxygenOS users. The Chinese smartphone brand had previously announced that it would be combining OxygenOS with ColorOS. However, after this move faced criticism from the OnePlus community, the plan was eventually scrapped earlier this year in February. OnePlus has since focused on improving the basic OxygenOS experience. The survey went live on Saturday, May 28, for OnePlus users as well as users of other smartphone brands. This survey has now been closed.

OnePlus has ensured the survey participants that their information will be kept confidential. It adds that the gathered input will only be used for “product iteration research.” The survey contained questions asking users to describe the best and worst they experienced while using OxygenOS. It also asked users to mention features from other smartphone UIs that they would like to be featured on OxygenOS.

The Chinese tech giant has been currently releasing stable versions of OxygenOS 12 for its smartphones like the OnePlus Nord 2 and OnePlus 10 Pro. OnePlus has also announced that the development of OxygenOS 13 is also underway. It held an Open Ears Forum where it discussed this next-generation OxygenOS with loyal customers. The company then revealed that it has set some goals for OxygenOS 13 based on the feedback that it received from this forum. It aims to improve UI personalization and system consistency. The Always On Display (AOD) might also receive more features like a music player.

This next-generation OxygenOS 13 is expected to be based on Android 13, which is currently in its early beta stage. Google has recently released the Android 13 Beta 2.1 patch for Pixel users.


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Oppo K-Series Smartphone Tipped to Launch Next Week, Could Be Available via Flipkart

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Oppo could launch a new K series smartphone with 5G connectivity in India next week, according to details shared by a tipster. The smartphone is expected to go on sale in the country via Flipkart. It could be available in two colour options, according to a leaked image showing the right side of the smartphone along with what appears to be a side mounted fingerprint scanner. The company, which launched the Oppo K10 5G and Oppo K10 Pro 5G in April, has not announced plans for a new K-series handset in India.

Tipster Mukul Sharma revealed on Twitter that the company was working on bringing a new 5G capable K-series smartphone in India, and that the launch is likely to take place next week. However, the tipster has not shared any specifications of the purported smartphone. The leaked details should be considered with a pinch of salt, as the company has not yet revealed plans to launch a new smartphone as part of its K-series lineup in the country.

An image of the right side of a smartphone was also shared by the tipster, purportedly showing the upcoming K-series handset in two colour options. The image shows a side mounted fingerprint scanner and the camera module slightly protruding from the rear side of the phone.

In April, the company launched its Oppo K10 5G smartphone in China alongside the Oppo K10 Pro 5G, as the latest smartphones in its K-series portfolio. The handset is yet to make its debut in India. However, the image shared by the tipster suggests the upcoming smartphone will feature flat edges, while the Oppo K10 5G that was launched in China has round edges.


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Murena One Privacy-First Android Phone With ‘DeGoogled’ OS Launched: Price, Specifications

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Murena One, the privacy-first phone based on Android sans Google’s participation, has been unveiled. The new smartphone carries basic specifications that include an IPS full-HD+ display, triple rear cameras, and an octa-core MediaTek SoC. However, it is the software side of things that is making the Murena One a distinct option in the market. The phone runs on an operating system called /e/OS that is touted to be “deGoogled” Android. It is, though, claimed to support most Android apps out-of-the-box.

Murena One price

Murena One price has been set at $369 (roughly Rs. 28,600) in the US or EUR 349 (roughly Rs. 28,900) in Europe. The phone will go on sale in June in the US, UK, Canada, Europe, and Switzerland. It will be available for purchase through the Murena.com website, the company said.

In addition to the Murena One, Murena has partnered with Fairphone to bring the Fairphone 4 and Fairphone 3+ based on /e/OS.

Murena One specifications, features

The Murena One runs /e/OS V1 that is based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). It doesn’t include Google apps or services — to deliver an enhanced privacy experience. However, the phone does have an App Lounge from where users can download and install new Android apps. The app store carries a privacy score to rate apps between 0–10 on the basis of how they collect personal data.

Since the Murena One excludes Google Services, it doesn’t require users to sign in to a Google account to download apps from the preloaded App Lounge. The company has, however, provided Murena Cloud that includes access to an ad-free search engine, an email platform, online secure storage, document management, and calendar, among other online tools. The cloud also comes with 1GB of free storage.

Murena is claimed to have implemented a Google Services compatibility layer to provide support for most of the popular Android apps. The new operating system also uses Mozilla Location Services and has maps powered by OpenStreetMap. Additionally, Murena is working on its Google Assistant competitor Elivia-AI.

Ditching Google Services means that despite promoting greater privacy, the Murena One lacks some of the key features. These include in-app payments and compatibility with apps that require access to Google Mobile Services. The company may, though, find a solution to enhance compatibility over time.

The /e/OS operating system also brings support for privacy-focussed 9.9.9.9 and 1.1.1.1 DNS and includes a dedicated Advanced Privacy widget that lets users hide their IP address and geolocation. Further, Murena claims that it offers all ad-free apps on the phone to make sure that it’s not enabling activity tracking for any third parties.

In terms of hardware specifications, the dual-SIM (Nano) Murena One comes with a 6.53-inch full-HD+ (1,080×2,242 pixels) IPS display with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio and 395ppi of pixel density. The phone is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio P60 SoC, along with Mali-G72 GPU and 4GB of RAM. There is the triple rear camera setup that includes a 48-megapixel primary sensor with an f/1.8 lens, along with 8- and 5-megapixel secondary sensors.

For selfies and video chats, the Murena One carries a 25-megapixel selfie camera sensor at the front, with an f/2.0 lens.

The Murena One comes with 128GB of onboard storage that supports expansion via a microSD card (up to 128GB).

Connectivity options on the Murena One include 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth v4.2, GPS/ A-GPS, NFC, USB, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Sensors on board include an accelerometer, ambient light, gyroscope, magnetometer, and a proximity sensor. There is also a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.

The Murena One packs a 4,500mAh battery. The phone measures 161.8×76.9×8.9mm and weighs 186 grams.


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Realme GT 2 Explorer Master Edition Specifications Surface Online, Tipped to Sport Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC

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Realme GT 2 Explorer Master Edition specifications have surfaced online. The company’s purported successor to the Realme GT Explorer Master Edition from 2021 is tipped to feature a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, paired with an OLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate. According to a tipster, the phone could be equipped with a 50-megapixel camera and support up to 150W fast charging. Realme is yet to officially announce plans to launch the Realme GT 2 Explorer Master Edition, or its specifications.

In a post on Weibo, noted tipster Digital Chat Station stated that a smartphone with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC will be launched in the second half of the year. The handset is tipped to sport a 120Hz full-HD+ OLED display with narrow bezels, and feature a 50-megapixel rear camera. The smartphone could be equipped with a 4,800mAh or 5,000mAh battery with support for 100W and 150W fast charging support, according to another post by the tipster.

While the tipster has not specified that the smartphone will be launched as the Realme GT 2 Explorer Master Edition, they shared a benchmark of a Realme RMX3551 smartphone on Weibo last month, showing a score of over 1 million on AnTuTu. According to the tipster, this smartphone will be the Realme GT 2 Explorer Master Edition and will be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC under the hood.

Meanwhile, tipster Mukul Sharma shared nearly identical specifications of the upcoming Realme GT 2 Explorer Master Edition on Twitter. The smartphone is tipped to be powered by the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, along with up to 12GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage. It could sport a 120Hz OLED display and run on Android 12-based Realme UI 3.0 out of the box.

The Realme GT 2 Explorer Master Edition is tipped to feature a 50-megapixel primary camera with optical image stabilisation, along with a 32-megapixel selfie camera. It could be available in two battery and charging configurations — a 4,800mAh battery with 150W fast charging, or a 5,000mAh battery with 100W fast charging support, according to the tipster.


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Poco X4 GT Spotted on BIS Database; Expected to Launch Soon in India

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Poco is gearing up for the launch of the Poco X4 GT in India as the handset receives approval from the Bureau of India Standards (BIS). The smartphone is expected to be a rebranded version of the Xiaomi 12X or Xiaomi 12i. Recently, the specifications of the phone were also tipped suggesting that it will come with a MediaTek Dimensity 8100 SoC and a 5,000mAh battery. It is also expected to sport a 6.6-inch LCD display and run on Android 12. The handset has been spotted on the BIS database with the model number 22041216I.

Tipster Mukul Sharma said in a tweet that the Poco X4 GT was spotted on the BIS database with the model number 22031216I. The Poco smartphone is said to have received the BIS approval as it has completed the process. The tipster also said that the smartphone is likely to launch India as a rebranded version of the Xiaomi 12X or Xiaomi 12i. This has fueled the speculations and expectations of an imminent launch of the phone in India.

Although, the database listing didn’t reveal any details regarding the specifications of the Poco X4 GT, its features have been tipped in the past. According to a recent report Poco X4 GT has been tipped to come with a 6.6-inch LCD display and run Android 12. The phone is expected to be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 8100 SoC. It is said to be available in two variants with 6GB RAM + 128GB storage and 8GB RAM + 256GB storage.

Poco X4 GT in India is also expected to come with a triple rear camera configuration. It will reportedly get a 48-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle lens, and a 2-megapixel camera. At the front, the smartphone is said to feature a 20-megapixel camera for selfies and video calls.

Another recent report has also pointed out that the smartphone was spotted on IMEI database and said that it could be a rebranded Redmi Note 11T Pro.

Although, Poco is yet to confirm the details regarding the specifications and the launch of the Poco X4 GT, the recent reports, IMEI database, and BIS database listing, all point towards an imminent launch of the phone in India.



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Moto E32s With MediaTek Helio G37 SoC Tipped to Launch in India on June 2

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Motorola had recently launched the Moto E32s for the European markets in May. This new addition to Motorola’s affordable Moto E lineup is now expected to make its way to India. The Moto E32s features an IPS display with a 90Hz refresh rate. This smartphone is 8.49mm thin and weighs just about 185g. It runs on Android 12 and is designed to offer IP52 rated water resistance. Its launch price in Europe began from EUR 149.99 (roughly Rs. 12,500). It could have a similar starting price in India.

According to a tweet by tipster Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings), the Moto E32s will launch in India on June 2. Sharma has also shared an exclusive look at the handset offering a glimpse at the front and back panels. As we mentioned earlier, this Motorola handset has already launched in Europe on May 27.

Moto E32s specifications

The Moto E32s is expected to offer similar specifications in India to the European model. It sports a 6.5-inch HD+ (720×1,600 pixels) IPS display with a 90Hz refresh rate. This smartphone features a MediaTek Helio G37 SoC coupled with up to 3GB of RAM. The handset also offers 32GB and 64GB onboard storage options. It also features a dedicated microSD slot that supports up to 1TB of storage. It runs on Android 12-based My UX.

There is a triple rear camera setup, including a 16-megapixel primary sensor with an f/2.2 aperture, a 2-megapixel macro shooter, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. The Moto E32s also sports a centrally-placed hole-punch cutout for housing an 8-megapixel selfie shooter. The Moto E32s packs a 5,000mAh battery. It features 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and FM radio wireless connectivity. There is also a USB Type-C slot and a 3.5mm headphone jack. This smartphone also has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.


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Oppo A77 5G Spotted on Geekbench, May Sport MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC: Report

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Oppo A77 5G has reportedly been spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking website with a MediaTek SoC. The smartphone is expected to launch soon in India. The handset appeared on the benchmarking website with the model number CPH2339 and Android 12 onboard, as per the report. The results were uploaded on May 30 evening with its single-core and multi-core scores. As per the listing, the MediaTek SoC is going to offer octa cores with a base clock speed of 2GHz. Oppo is yet to officially confirm the smartphone.

According to a report from MySmartPrice, Oppo could soon be launching a new smartphone in its A-series. This is being speculated as the smartphone was spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking website. The rumoured smartphone is expected to be the Oppo A77 5G.

As suggested by the listing, the smartphone will run Android 12 out-of-the-box with a layer of ColorOS 12 on top, says the report. The smartphone reportedly appeared with the model number OPPO CPH2339 on the benchmarking website.

The listing also suggests that the smartphone will come with an octa-core MediaTek SoC called MT6833V/PNZA coupled with the Mali-G57 MC2 GPU, according to the report. The base clock speed of the SoC is said to be 2GHz with a peak of 2.4GHz. The SoC is said to come with a 6+2 cores configuration. The report added that the details of the SoC suggests that the Oppo A77 5G might come with the MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC.

The listing suggests that the benchmarking results were uploaded on the evening of May 30. The rumoured Oppo A77 5G reportedly scored 591 for single-core performance and 1771 for multi-core performance. It also suggests that the smartphone will be offered with 6GB RAM, but a 4GB RAM variant is also possible, as per the report. The smartphone may come with 128GB of internal memory with an option to expand it with a microSD card, the report says

Oppo has not officially said anything about the launch of a new smartphone in the A-series, but the Geekbench benchmarking results suggest that the smartphone may be expected to launch soon.


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