It’s been a week since CES, which means it’s a little quieter. A little… Because it’s still the week that the big new foldable phone was launched.
Honor has unveiled the Magic V, its first attempt at a foldable phone – and already the most powerful foldable phone on the market since it is the first to ship with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor inside. With a form factor similar to the Galaxy Fold, it looks like a solid foldable offering – but is that enough from Honor and will we ever see it burst out of China?
Meanwhile, fresh rumors about the iPhone 14 point to a rather unusual new notch / hole punch camera design. It’s enough to make us wonder if this is the case Indeed what the iPhone 14 might look like – and if so, does it matter? Knowing us, we’ll probably also start chatting about under-display selfie cameras and the like, including a new Google patent in exactly the area we think might be for the Pixel 7 or Pixel Fold.
Finally, it was a tumultuous start to the year for BlackBerry fans. At first, existing phones practically stopped working, then OnwardMobility confirmed this. is an is still working on a new BlackBerry phone by 2022, while UK company Planet Computers brought their Astro Slide phone with a physical QWERTY keyboard to CES. What’s going on with all of this, and is there a market for BlackBerry in 2022?
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