OnePlus on why just 5 years of updates, Phone (2a) render was fake, Week 6 in review

Welcome to your Week 6 recap. OnePlus maintains a policy of giving its users 5 years of software updates (4 years of major OS updates and 5 years of security support) as opposed to Samsung and Google’s 7 years. OnePlus is focusing on the quality of the software and its fluidity which makes it feel like a promise that misses the point.

A press image made the rounds this week, supposedly of Nothing’s first midranger, the Phone (2a). It is a phone without a glyph interface and shows a similar design to the Nothing Phone (1).

It appears that the rendering is not phonetic (2a) – Steve H. McFly (aka @unleaks) revealed that the render was fake SmartPrix further elaborated that the source of the render was a Nothing smartphone that didn’t make it out of the plan The final nail in the stage’s coffin was a teaser of the Nothing, which didn’t match the phone in the fake render. Case closed.

The Galaxy A55 5G has received its NBTC certification, confirming 25W charging support. The phone is nearing launch and is rumored to sport an Exynos 1480 chip with 8GB of RAM.

Asus is working on a Zenfone 11 Ultra. It looks similar to the ROG Phone 8 Pro, with a 6.78-inch 144Hz display, the same 50MP wide, 13MP ultrawide, and 32MP 3x telephoto, and the same 5,500mAh battery and Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset.

Xiaomi’s 14 series is hitting the global stage on February 25. We’ll get the compact Xiaomi 14 and Xiaomi 14 Ultra – the 14 Pro is unlikely to come out of China.

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