nubia Red Magic 7’s photos also appear on TENAA


The upcoming gaming flagship nubia Red Magic 7 already got its specs revealed by TENAA and today the listing was updated with images of the phone. We get to see the changes nubia is bringing on the design side.

The ZTE subsidiary will keep the vertical camera design, shoulder sensor triggers and the aggressive gaming looks, but we can see the air intake vent has moved from the side onto the back panel.


ZTE nubia Red Magic 7
ZTE nubia Red Magic 7
ZTE nubia Red Magic 7
ZTE nubia Red Magic 7

nubia Red Magic 7

The front-facing camera is positioned in the top left side, it appears that much like its predecessor it’s mounted on a full bezel – no notches or punch holes. The game mode slider, a staple in the Red Magic series, is still on the left side, above the volume rocker, while the power key is on the right hand side.

The big change is the cooling solution. The repositioned air vent suggests big shifts under the hood and we hope the final result would be even better sustained performance.

The Red Magic 6S Pro dominated the benchmark charts since its unveiling, and we expect the ZTE nubia Red Magic 7 to be once again among the fastest with its Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset.

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Samsung Galaxy A52 is also getting the One UI 4 stable update


Samsung is expanding its stable One UI 4 update to yet another Galaxy A-series phone, this time its the Galaxy A52. Just a day after it started seeding the Android-12 based update to the Galaxy A72, Samsung went ahead and added the smaller A52 to the mix.

Samsung Galaxy A52 is also getting the One UI 4 stable update

The new firmware comes bearing the A525FXXU4BUL8 identifier and is currently available in Russia. It comes alongside the December 2021 security patch and is expected to expand to more regions in the coming days. Samsung has been on a roll with its timely firmware updates as of late and it’s currently ahead of its roadmap which is always a welcome move.

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Samsung Galaxy Fold and Note 10 series also receiving stable One UI 4


Samsung is continuing to seed its stable One UI 4 update to more of its devices and the latest ones on the list are the first-gen Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Note 10 series in both its 4G and 5G trims.

Samsung Galaxy Fold and Note 10 series also receiving stable One UI 4

Samsung’s firsts foldable gets the F900FXXU6GUL9 update build which is reported by users in France and also comes with the December 2021 security patch. The 4G variants of the Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ get the N97xFXXU7GULD update builds as spotted by users in Switzerland while the 5G models receive version N976BXXU7GULD alongside the January 2022 security patch. One UI 4 and Android 12 will likely be the last major updates for the Galaxy Note 10 series.

Samsung Galaxy Fold and Note 10 series also receiving stable One UI 4

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