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OnePlus Nord CE unveiled: affordable smartphone from 299 euros
From OnePlus North CE is the latest smartphone from the Chinese company and a lot cheaper than the OnePlus 9 (Pro) from early this year. The CE stands for ‘Core Edition' and it means that OnePlus has taken last year's original Nord, has simplified it a bit but still ensures that you get enough value for your money. The new device has a suggested retail price of 299 euro and is on June 21 21 available in the Netherlands. The entry-level model has 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space. A version with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage will also appear 329 euro. The most expensive variant has no less than 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage space and costs 399 euro.
→ Read more about the announcement of the OnePlus Nord CE
FaceTime is coming to Android, but not the way you think
If you say video calling, you say FaceTime, at least for Apple users. FaceTime is a hugely popular video calling app, but it doesn't work on Android devices. On the WWDC 2021-event Apple announced that FaceTime will soon be available on Android devices. However, that does not work via its own FaceTime app that Apple will release. The only way to participate in such a conversation is through an invitation. A friend, acquaintance or colleague with an iPhone running on iOS 15 can create a video call and share it with you. So you can dial in to such a FaceTime call from your smartphone or tablet with Android.
→ Read more about FaceTime for Android
Nokia X10 appears in the Netherlands: large screen and many updates
From Nokia X20 on G20 recently appeared in the Netherlands and now comes the Nokia X10 Bee. The device has a suggested retail price of 309 euro and is in stock at various Dutch webshops. The X10 resembles the X20 in many ways, but is tens of euros cheaper. Its more expensive brother has a suggested retail price of 379 euros. The new Nokia device has to rely mainly on the software. The smartphone runs on a bare version of Android 11, without adjustments or unnecessary apps. HMD Global, the company that makes the Nokia smartphones, also promises that the X10 will receive updates for three years. This means that the phone will be updated to Android 12, 13 and 14. The Nokia X10 will also receive monthly security updates for three years.
→ Read more about the release of Nokia X10 in the Netherlands
Android will make it easier for you to set up your favorite search engines
When setting up your Android device, you will be able to choose from more search engines from September. The companies behind the search engines no longer have to pay Google for a place on the selection screen. Now the companies pay Google – the maker of the Android operating system – annually through an auction system. The three highest bidders per EU country appear on the screen in that country, the rest are left out. So for search engines competing with Google, the two changes are positive news. For you as an Android user too, because from September you can more easily set your favorite search engine, immediately when you start using your new smartphone or tablet.
→ Read more about the search engines in Android
“This is the Samsung Galaxy M32: huge battery and 48 megapixel camera”
Several Samsung Galaxy M32 specifications have appeared online. As with every smartphone in the Galaxy M series, the large battery is the spearhead of the device. The screen is 6.4 inches and it is an AMOLED panel. The resolution is 2400 by 1080 pixels and that combination ensures that everything looks sharp. Nothing specific is said about the refresh rate. We therefore assume that it is 60Hz, which is standard for affordable smartphones. Samsung has also managed to put a 6000 mAh battery in the device. How fast the M32 can charge or what kind of charger Samsung provides is still unknown. Because of that huge battery, the phone should last quite a long time on a full charge.
→ Read more and check the Samsung Galaxy M32 specifications
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