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The most important change in the new Telecommunications Act, which came into effect this week, is that wenot Register to a call-me-well Register go. As of today, call centers are no longer allowed to just call you with ‘irresistible offers'. If they do, they risk a hefty fine. These are companies that call for telemarketing purposes. Think, for example, of an energy company, sellers of solar panels, or recruiters for charities. From now on, these parties may only contact you if you have given your explicit permission to do so.
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There are alleged OnePlus Nord 2renders appeared from a reliable source. What is immediately noticeable is that the design is heavily copied from the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro. According to the information, the device is about 160 by 73.8 by 8.1 millimeters in size. The screen will be 6.43 inches and contains a small hole for the selfie camera. It is placed in the top left corner and will probably have a resolution of 32 megapixels. The edges are relatively narrow, but the bottom edge seems just a bit thicker. The volume buttons can be found on the left, while the on/off button is placed on the right. You will also find the well-known Alert Slider there.
→ Read more and view the OnePlus Nord 2 renders
Lenovo has officially presented the Smart Clock 2. The successor to the first Smart Clock has integration with Google Assistant again. It is also possible to buy an optional wireless charger, so that you can directly charge your smartphone or, for example, a watch. The screen is 4 inches in size and touch sensitive. Among other things, you can set it to see the time and date, but also view calendar appointments, start photo collages or scroll through the settings. Operation is therefore possible via the touchscreen, but also via the Google Assistant. This way you can ask all kinds of questions to the digital butler, set alarms or, for example, start your favorite playlist on Spotify.
→ Read more about the announcement of the Lenovo Smart Clock 2
The design of the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE was no longer a secret, but the images keep leaking. Android Headlines now comes with a marketing image of the device, clearly showing the camera design and color options. The colors are a lot more subtle than those of last year's Galaxy S20 FE. This makes the device look quieter. Not much can be said about the choice of materials based on the image. It is expected that the back will be made of matte plastic and the edges will be aluminum.
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Information has already been published about upcoming Motorola Edge devices and Blass now says those will be presented at the end of this month. The normal Motorola Edge 20 – codenamed ‘Berlin' – has been in the news more often recently. For example, the Snapdragon 778G chip is probably under the hood. That is the successor to the Snapdragon 765G that we find in the first Motorola Edge. The screen will probably be 6.67 inches in size and will have a resolution of 2400 by 1080 pixels. This is an AMOLED screen, just like its predecessor. Models will be launched with 6GB or 8GB RAM and 128GB or 256GB internal storage. On the back you will find three cameras, including a 108 megapixel lens.
→ Read more about the Motorola Edge 20 series coming later this month
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