Nothing Phone (2a) is here, Galaxy A55 and A35 incoming, Week 10 in review


Welcome to your week 10 recap. The Nothing Phone (2a) is official after weeks of teasers. It has a classic Nothing design with a semi-translucent rear panel, three Glyph LED lights, and a horizontal dual camera that Nothing dubs the Eyes. The phone packs a custom Dimensity 7200 Pro built on TSMC’s newest 4nm process and a 6.78-inch 10-bit AMOLED display. The phone runs Nothing OS 2.5 on top of Android 14, with a promised 3 years of Android updates, and 4 years of security updates. The phone ships from next week (March 12), starting at €329, £319, or INR 23,999.

Nothing Phone (2a) is official with Dimensity 7200 Pro, Glyph design

The more affordable sibling of Nothing Phone (2) packs a decent punch.

Nothing Phone (2a) in for review

The long-awaited and stylish upper midranger is here!

SAmsung’s Galaxy A55 and Galaxy A35 will become official next week on March 11. We saw early listings of the phones. Per those, the A55 starts at €480 for a 128GB model, while the A35 is €380. We also saw official-looking press renders, and have a good idea that the Galaxy A55 will use an Exynos 148-, while the A35 will opt for an Exynos 1380. The pair pack 5,000mAh batteries and have 6.6-inch 120Hz-ready Super AMOLED screens.

Samsung Galaxy A55 and Galaxy A35 go on sale early, here are their prices

The A55 comes in 8/128GB and 8/256GB versions, the A35 is available in 6/128GB and 8/256GB.

Official Samsung Galaxy A55 and A35 images leak, confirm some details

The design on both phones is nearly identical, but they have different screens, cameras and chipsets.

New Samsung Galaxy A35 renders surface with full specs

It’s expected to launch this month.

Belgian telecom reveals the full Samsung Galaxy A55 specs ahead of launch

Now we know the previously leaked specs are accurate.

Samsung Galaxy F15 is now official with 6,000 mAh battery, Android 14

It goes on sale on March 11 but there’s an “early sale” today.

Finally, CAD-based renders revealed what the fourth-gen iPhone SE could look like – an iPhone 14 body with a notched OLED upfront. These CAD renders do not have an Action button or Mute switch next to the volume keys, raising the question of whether these images are correct and why Apple would do this if they really are. The phone is expected to arrive in 2025, but we might see it earlier since industry insiders are already getting details about the phone.

Apple iPhone SE 4 renders reveal iPhone 14 frame and notched screen

The phone would rely on FaceID as the front button is missing.

OnePlus 13 early render shows updated camera design

The upcoming OnePlus flagship is rumored to debut with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 chipset, updated cameras, and an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner.

Microsoft is ending support of Android apps on Windows in a year

Support for the Windows Subsystem for Android will be discontinued in 2025.

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