Samsung Galaxy and Google Pixel phones on sale today
The latest 13-inch MacBook Pro laptops from M1, Razer Blade 15 laptops and more are on sale today
Headphones from Sony, Samsung, Apple and others are also sold today
You already know, the official news today starts with deals, and again there is no better time to buy Samsung products, both old and new. You can still reserve the Galaxy S21 and get up to $ 700 exchange and up to $ 60 credit for accessories when you do, so make sure you check the first link in the description if you want the Galaxy S21. Following Samsung and trading deals, the Z Flip is still a crazy $ 100, so $ 100. The Z Fold 2 still costs $ 1,000, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra can be purchased for $ 600. We also have Notes agreements, but again, you need a suitable device to share. If you don’t have a device to trade, we also get discounts on it all on Amazon if you’re still looking for a lot. Continuing, you can purchase the Google Pixel 4 for $ 295 for the starting price, leaving $ 504. The M1 MacBook Pro still lowers $ 60, leaving the 256GB SSD for $ 1,239. The Razer Blade 15 also costs $ 300, it’s an Intel Core i7, RTX 2060, and it stays at $ 1,500. We have a lot of other offers for other laptops, AirPods, Sony headphones and earphones, etc., by the links in the description.
Intel introduces the 11th generation Core H-series mobile processors for gaming laptops
Qualcomm’s second-generation ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is larger and 50% faster
Fossil Gen 5 LTE costs $ 349, and will allow you to receive calls directly on a smart watch
Jabra Elite 85t gets four new color options at CES 2021
Yes, CES is still happening, but before we move on to more specific launches, let’s talk about some of our favorite announcements. Starting with Qualcomm, since the company has just released the second generation on its ultrasonic fingerprint scanner. This new sensor is 77% larger than its predecessor and works 50% faster. It is reported that this advanced sensor will debut with the S21, if history repeats itself. Intel has just announced its 11th generation Core H Series mobile chips that power gaming laptops based on a 10-nm process, supporting clocks up to 5 GHz, PCIe Gen 4, Thunderbolt 4 and other features. But, 10 nm, huh? The Jabra Elite 85Ts, which are some of my favorite headphones, have just received 4 new color solutions, including gold, copper, black and gray in case you were waiting for variety. Fossil recently announced the Gen 5 LTE, which has a 45mm sleek design, and now it allows you to take calls directly on a smart watch, which is quite nice for $ 349. Guys, Pocketnow.com has a lot more coverage of CES 2021, but we have specific articles for each of these products and their details in the links in the description.
AMD is releasing Ryzen 5000 series mobile processors based on Zen 3
NVIDIA Introduces RTX 30 Series Notebook GPUs and GeForce RTX 3060 Desktop Graphics
Let’s keep talking about CES, we know that a lot of you guys like it when we cover PC parts, and Nvidia and AMD are coming back to that. Starting with AMD, they have just unveiled their Ryzen 5000 series mobile processors, which are divided into 2 families, H and U. The H series is aimed at gamers in 6 and 8 core versions with a peak clock speed of 4.8 GHz, interesting considering that Intel is pushing for 5 GHz. As for the U-Series, they focus on ultrabooks and the rest of the mass-market laptops, ranging from 4 to 8 cores, with almost the same basic characteristics as some H-Series, but only up to 4.4 GHz AMD considers 23% higher single-threaded performance and up to 17% increase in multithreaded characteristics. Moving to Nvidia, the company has just introduced RTX 30 series notebook GPUs and RTX 3060 desktop GPUs. more capable. In general, Nvidia aims for higher efficiency, better performance and sophisticated acoustics. More than 70 RTX 30 laptops will debut this month alone, so you can check out all the features in the links below. For a minute there I felt – are we sure about this or is it 7? But no, 70 laptops.
HONOR presents MagicBook Pro, HONOR Band 6
Following CES, let’s move on to Honor, as we know that the company came out independent of Huawei a couple of months ago, and they have just announced their upcoming flagship products. We first got the Honor MagicBook Pro, which offers a 16.1-inch display with a screen-to-body ratio of 90%. It is equipped with a 10th generation Intel processor, as well as 16 GB of dual-channel DDR4 RAM and 512 GB of cooling PCIe NVMe solid state drive, it has dual fans and dual heat pipes. It includes Bluetooth 5.0, an HDMI port, 3 USB A ports and a USB C port, as well as a headphone jack and a fingerprint sensor. Apparently, it charges up to 50% in just 30 minutes. Now, moving on to wearable devices, we’ve also got the Honor Band 6, which features a 1.47-inch AMOLED display that supports 10 workout modes and 14 days of battery life. It provides 5 ATM waterproof as well as a heart rate monitor, oxygen monitor, sleep and stress monitor and even a women’s bike tracker. It comes in three color options, including a black meteorite, gray sandstone and coral pink. Unfortunately, we have not yet learned about price labels, but it should be very fast in world markets.
Is this a new iPad Pro 2021 upgrade design?
And now let’s talk about Apple and especially the iPad, because it seems that Cupertino is planning an aggressive push here. Recently, there are rumors on future iPads, as we are waiting for an update for the regular iPad, and we should get mini-LED displays for professionals very soon. We now have several new CAD renders of both iPad Pro models from 91Mobiles and MySmartPrice. Starting with the larger model, it seems to bring almost the same design language as the current model with a box design and a single USB-C port, as well as a smart keyboard connector. The camera is still a dual module with a LiDAR sensor. As for the 11-inch version, it is also similar to its predecessor, which we received in 2020, but, apparently, it will be a couple of millimeters thinner and shorter. CAD visualizations also show that we can get a Touch ID sensor similar to the one on the iPad Air, and you can also see it on the 12.9-inch iPad visualizations. This year, we expect these iPads to run on the A13 or A14 Bionic version, as well as a mini LED display. Obviously, iPad sales are growing amid the pandemic if Apple plans to make more progress and even lead to a more aggressive price tag.
The leak of the Samsung Galaxy S21 retail box confirms the absence of a charger
Samsung introduces the 5-nm flagship SoC Exynos 2100, which will power the Galaxy S21
And finally, the hottest news today, as you may have guessed. We are literally a couple of days before the unpacked Samsung, but there are still a lot of leaks and unpacking. Let’s start with something official, as Samsung has just released a full teaser for the S21 series, entitled “Welcome to Everyday Epic”. This annoys many camera features, mainly video, low light and zoom. It also shows the silhouette of the device and some software tricks. Following the official, the company has just announced the Exynos 2100, which will power the S21 depending on your region. This is a 5G-ready chip based on a 5-nm process and a three-cluster core, which allows you to increase multi-core performance by 30% and graphics performance by 40%. This allows for some crazy tricks, such as 6-camera processing and 200MP output, as well as 4K panel processing at up to 120 Hz or QHD + at 144 Hz, but we won’t bother you with specific data, we’ll have to specific link description. Back to the S21, we have a few new posters that once again showcase the design, as well as tease the 5G capabilities, storage levels and camera. Now, the poster that gets the most headlines is the one that shows the box, and as you can see, it’s very thin. This means that it is almost official that we will not receive a charger or headphones this year. Green up! And remember, you can already register for S21 and get some benefits at the first link in the description. So yes, with this teaser and all the other posters, seriously what’s left?