Realme 9 Pro’s full specs sheet leaks, Snapdragon 695 SoC confirmed


Realme 9 Pro and 9 Pro+’s renders and specs got out in the last couple of days, but there were a few gaps in the specs sheet of the former. Well, the guys from PassionateGeekz.com are nice enough to fill those in for us in the blanks with a comprehensive specs sheet and possible pricing as well.

Realme 9 Pro's full specs sheet leaks, Snapdragon 695 SoC confirmed

The Realme 9 Pro’s alleged specs sheet confirms the Snapdragon 695 SoC, which is going to be paired with at least 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage (no microSD expansion slot). The 6.6″ AMOLED panel runs at 120Hz and supports HDR10 content.


The leaked specs sheet

The leaked specs sheet

The back holds a 64MP f/1.8 main camera accompanied by an 8MP f/2.3 ultrawide and 2MP f/2.4 macro units. The front camera sitting in the off-centered hole has a 16MP sensor and f/2.5 lens.

Of course, the device will ship with Android 11 out of the box and will be powered by a 5,000 mAh battery supporting 33W fast charging.

We can expect the Realme 9 Pro and Pro+ to launch in February in India and Europe while the vanilla Realme 9 is scheduled for a Q2 2022 release according to the current report.

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DxOMark: vivo X70 Pro’s camera beats the iPhone 13


DxOMark just published its full camera review of last year’s vivo X70 Pro, which we found to be among the best cameras in the market. DxOMark’s rating aligns with this az the handset got an overall score of 131 points sharing its 12th place with the Oppo Find X3 Pro and the vivo X50 Pro+. Interestingly enough, that puts it one place above the iPhone 13, 13 mini and 12 Pro Max.

DxOMark: vivo X70 Pro is a better photographer than the iPhone 13

The reviewers liked the accurate exposure, vibrant colors, excellent detail in low-light scenarios, the proper white balance on the ultrawide camera and the effective video stabilization. On the other hand, the review findings suggest that there’s noticeable clipping of fine detail in some scenarios, a little bit of noise in both day and night, color fringing on the ultrawide camera (this is a common issue, by the way) and the loss of focus and detail in low-light video scenes.

If you want to read in detail as well as compare the handset to other phones, check out the full review at the source link down below.

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Apple’s AR headset to use MacBook Pro’s power supply


In an investors note, Ming-Chi Kuo talks about Apple’s plans to use the same MacBook Pro 14 96W power supply for its AR/VR headset as well. That’s because the device will likely adopt two CPUs – one based on the 4nm process and one on the 5nm.

Apple's AR headset to use MacBook Pro's power supply

If the device requires a powerful 96W charging brick, this could mean that the computing power will be broadly in line with the MacBook Pro 14. It could also mean that the 96W adapter will charge the headset faster than initially anticipated.

The analyst’s prediction is that the company will reach 3 million units shipped in 2023, 8-10 million a year after and 15-20 million units in 2025

He bets Apple’s technological advancements in the field will surpass the competition by 2-3 years and offer an unrivaled experience. The first headset will be announced this year but it will ship in limited quantities.

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OnePlus 10 Pro’s new LTPO 2.0 display detailed


OnePlus 10 Pro is confirmed to arrive tomorrow with an LTPO 2.0 AMOLED – an evolution of last year’s panel. The low-temperature polycrystalline oxide display can lower the frequency to 1Hz for battery-saving purposes, and while it wasn’t applicable everywhere last year, the 2.0 version will expand that and increase the battery savings.

A video shows how the new OnePlus LTPO2 panel reduces the refresh rate to 1Hz when displaying still images like a picture, the home screen or the settings menu. The devices it’s compared to cannot go that low more often than not.

We can recognize the Xiaomi 12 Pro on the left and the Samsung Galaxy S21+ flagship on the right in this video.

Pete Lau, OnePlus CEO and co-founder, called his company “the leader in the screen industry”, and will be the first one with the new panel that is manufactured by Samsung Display.

OnePlus 10 Pro new LTPO 2.0 display demoed with 1 Hz refresh rate

The launch of the OnePlus 10 Pro will take place tomorrow, January 11, at 2PM Chinese time. We expect to see the OnePlus 10 Pro with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, 80W fast charging and a 50MP main camera.

We also expect to see a 6.7” screen diagonal and 1440p resolution and a 32MP selfie shooter.

Price and availability will also be revealed tomorrow.

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OnePlus 10 Pro’s specs detailed by TENAA


OnePlus just posted a couple of 10 Pro teasers, but it didn’t reveal much in the way of specs. Well, here comes TENAA to fill us in on those.

The regulatory’s website now has the full listing for the OnePlus 10 Pro, complete with most of its specs. The phone, model number NE2210, measures 163.0 x 73.9 x 8.55mm and weigh 200.5g.

It has a 6.7-inch 1440x3216px AMOLED of 120Hz refresh rate. There’s a 5,000mAh battery (rumored to be capable of 80W wired and 50W wireless charging), a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip with up to 12GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage.


OnePlus 10 Pro at TENAA, image source: MySmartPrice
OnePlus 10 Pro at TENAA, image source: MySmartPrice

OnePlus 10 Pro at TENAA

The selfie camera has a 32MP sensor we you get a triple setup on the rear. It’s a 48MP main, 50MP ultrawide, and 8MP 3x telephoto affair.

The OnePlus 10 Pro will launch in China on January 11 in Black, White, and Green. It’s expected to arrive in India and other countries shortly after that.

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iQOO 9 Pro’s 150-degree ultrawide-angle camera samples shared by the company


vivo sub-brand iQOO has shared four pictures shot with the iQOO 9 Pro’s 150° ultrawide-angle camera, two of which were captured in fisheye mode. You can check them out below.


iQOO 9 Pro 150-degree ultrawide-angle camera samples
iQOO 9 Pro 150-degree ultrawide-angle camera samples

iQOO 9 Pro 150-degree ultrawide-angle camera samples

iQOO previously confirmed that the iQOO 9 series will feature a 50MP Samsung GN5 camera with gimbal stabilization, which will be joined by a 150° ultrawide-angle unit on the iQOO 9 Pro.


iQOO 9 Pro camera samples captured in fisheye mode
iQOO 9 Pro camera samples captured in fisheye mode

iQOO 9 Pro camera samples captured in fisheye mode

The company also confirmed that the iQOO 9 series will come with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, 2K 120Hz E5 AMOLED display, in-screen fingerprint scanner, and a 4,700 mAh battery with 120W wired 50W wireless charging support. However, the latter will be only present on the Pro model.

We are still four days away from the iQOO 9 lineup’s launch event, so we may see the company reveal a few more features of its 2022 flagships.

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