This week’s big launches include the Realme GT Neo 3, a premium-ish phone boasting 150W fast charging, so speedy it can power up to 50% in 5 minutes. Hoping to spaff out an unboxing/review of the Realme GT Neo 3 soon but here’s a squint at the specs and best bits announced at the launch in China.
We also had an ‘event’ from Nothing, where Carl Pei not-quite-even-teased his new Nothing Phone 1 (or should I say, Nothing Phone (1)). This handset is apparently launching in Summer 2022, while the company’s Android launcher will be available to download for some smartphones in April.
As well as the Realme GT Neo 3 and Nothing Phone 1, Honor spaffed out a new budget blower – and next week we’ve got the OnePlus launch, another Xiaomi event, and the likes of the Moto G22 and Samsung A53 coming in (the latter gets some unimpressed grief in viewer comments this week!)
Tech Spurt Weekly Ep104 Chapters:
0:00 – Intro, sir?
0:40 – Realme GT Neo 3
1:47 – Nothing Phone 1
3:26 – Honor X8
4:27 – Viewer comments
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