Announced earlier this month, the Samsung Galaxy F02s goes on sale today as the manufacturer's most affordable smartphone in the F series line-up. It is essentially a rebranded version of the Galaxy M02s from earlier this year.
Earlier this week, LG confirmed it's exiting the smartphone business worldwide for good. However, LG is not leaving its users high and dry as it has officially confirmed all of its smartphones released after 2019 will receive three Android OS updates.
Followed by the recently unveiled Reno5 F and the Reno5 Pro series, Oppo has added yet another smartphone to its Reno5 line-up, calling it the Reno5 Z 5G. It is currently available in Singapore and in UAE.
After introducing the Oppo F19 Pro and Pro+ in India last month, the manufacturer has now introduced its vanilla sibling, dubbed the Oppo F19. It's, of course, a more affordable alternative to the Pro line-up, and it comes with various upgrades over its predecessor.
In a press statement today, LG has officially confirmed it's exiting the smartphone business worldwide. There have been multiple rumours and reports in the last few months hinting at the same, and that has indeed turned out to be true.
As we're inching towards the launch date of the 2021 iPhone line-up, or the so-called 'iPhone 13' line-up, we've been hearing more leaks and rumours pointing out what could be featured on the new iPhones.
Samsung introduced the Galaxy S20 FE late last year, and now the Korean technology giant has added another variant to the S20 FE line-up, dubbing it as the S20 FE 5G. As its name implies, the S20 FE 5G now comes with 5G connectivity.
Having introduced it globally earlier this month, Poco has now debuted the X3 Pro in the Indian market. It looks virtually identical to the Poco X3, but it gets updated internals in the form of a better chipset and GPU.
Motorola's Moto G100 is yet another addition from the maker in the value-for-money G line-up. It is, however, a global rebadged version of the Motorola Edge S, which made its debut earlier this year in China.
Vivo has brought its X60 series to India today, comprising the vanilla X60, X60 Pro and X60 Pro+, of which the first two smartphones made their debut in China in December last year while the X60 Pro+ was subsequently introduced in the following month.