Saturday, September 25

Three years of update for the Snapdragon, press renderings of the Galaxy S21 and 3D renderings of the Galaxy A72


Did not have time to follow the news yesterday? Here’s what stood out on Thursday, December 17: Qualcomm announces three years of updates for its Snapdragon, marketing photos of the Galaxy S21 and 3D renderings of the Samsung Galaxy A72. To not miss any news, consider subscribing to the Frandroid newsletter.

Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus

Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus // Gamesdone: WinFuture

From 2021, the Qualcomm Snapdragon will support 3 Android updates

Qualcomm announced this Thursday, in partnership with Google, that its Snapdragon chips will be able to benefit, from next year, from three years of Android updates. Enough to provide support on four different versions of Android. This will not change the Google Pixels, which were already benefiting from it, but this announcement should concern all other manufacturers. However, they still need to get their hands dirty to update their smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 +: these press renderings confirm their design

Less than a month before the official presentation, expected on January 14, the German site WinFuture has got its hands on official renderings of the future Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus. What confirms the expected design of smartphones, with photo modules on the back that would go to the edges of the phone. The two models should not have the same photo configuration elsewhere, with three photo modules on the back.

Samsung Galaxy A72: visuals allow you to discover its design in advance

Even before its official announcement, the Samsung Galaxy A72 was also leaked. The OnLeaks leaker has indeed published renderings on its Voice page, based on 3D plans of the smartphone. Enough to visualize what this successor to the Galaxy A71 will look like. In the program, we should find a photo module with three sensors, a 6.7-inch screen as well as a 5 G compatibility.

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