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Huawei P50 Hits The Market

The flagship Huawei P50 series has finally launched worldwide.Debuting in in July last year, the P50 is the most affordable phone from the series.The P50 sets the standard for the range. It packs in sought-after features while still being light on your wallet. You get a new design, new software and new technology that makes it a worthy successor to the standout P40s and Mate 40 series.A+ Camera SpecsAs with most Huawei’s, the camera specs are outstanding. The P50 boasts three shooters at the back, including a 50MP primary camera with OIS and a colour sensor, a 12MP periscope zoom with 5x optical magnification and a 12MP ultra-wide snapper. The front-facing camera is a 13MP, and although this is a little modest compared to other standard smartphones on the market today, it’s more than enough for eye-catching selfies. Altogether, the camera hardware offers a solid performance that captures vibrant, detailed and accurate photos day or night.Just Keep ScrollingThe display on the P50 is impressive with its flat-edge OLED 6.5-inch screen that's bright and efficient, featuring a smooth refresh rate of 90Hz and a touch input rate of 300Hz for easy scrolling and quick switching between apps. The P50 is dust and water resistant at a depth of 1.5m for up to 30 minutes. Overall, it offers a decent display and fast refresh rates for a great user experience.Super-Fast Wired ChargingThe P50’s battery is in line with the current market standards at 4 1000mAh. It features 66W wired charging and goes from 0% to a full charge in 30 – 40 minutes. If you’re looking for a wireless charge, this feature is only available on the flagship P50 Pro. However, if you don’t mind wired as the only option, the standard P50 delivers quickly for the ultimate convenience.Creative ConnectivityPowering the P50 is the top-end Snapdragon 888 chipset paired with 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage. This can be expanded thanks to a pro nano memory card slot, which is ideal for those who need the extra storage for videos, photos, music and apps. Although the processor supports 5G, it is not enabled in this new series. But if you’re content with a 4G LTE connection or using WiFi 6, the P50 packs a punch without compromising on storage.Updated HarmonyOSThe phone runs on HarmonyOS 2, which was recently revealed as the rival to Android. The operating system shares many similarities with Android but comes with one big difference. It features Huawei AppGallery instead of Google Play. Huawei’s app store has around 45 000 apps but lacks all Google apps. Fortunately, there’s a workaround as you can install apps directly from the web using Petal Search. The best part about the operating system is that it works seamlessly with other Huawei devices, ensuring that those with tablets, smartwatches etc., can easily integrate their devices.If the Huawei P50 striking all the right notes with you, find the right deal here.Sign-up for our newsletter for updates on the hottest mobile and data deals from SA’s leading networks.

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The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 Rumours Unlocked

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 is expected to be announced in August but there is already a whirlwind of talk about what it could offer.The new flagship series has big shoes to fill as the successor of the trailblazing Galaxy Z Fold 3. If the rumours prove to be true, the Fold 4 is set to continue the legacy into the next generation.An Affordable Foldable?The new series could become the most affordable foldable by the South Korean tech giant.  The Z Fold 3 hit the South African market at a hefty R 37 999. If these guesses hold any value, we could see this price reduced.S22 Camera SpecsThe Z Fold 4 may be adopting the camera setup from the Galaxy S22 range with its stellar telephoto lens boasting 3x optical zoom, a 50MP main shooter and 12MP ultra-wide cameras. A new rumour, by leaker Dohyun Kim, claims that the new model will get the S22 Ultra’s massive 108MP main camera. Samsung’s innovative under-display camera may also get a boost as the tech giant may be adding another to the Fold 4.Two Hinges Become OneKorean blogging site Naver says Samsung is considering ways to reduce the phone’s weight by decreasing the number of hinges at the centre of the handset from two in the Z Fold 3, to just one in the new series. This will make the Z Fold 4 thinner, lighter and more durable. Samsung could also completely ditch the book-style fold format for an s-fold design!Same Size, Bigger ScreenThe weight reduction may also mean that the Z Fold 4 will not be bigger than its predecessor. A leading tipster, Ice Universe, claims that the screen size will remain the same, but there may be more screen area as thinner bezels, and a reduced outside dimension is being considered.Reimagined DisplayTurning to the inner display, Samsung may be upgrading the current Ultra-Thin Glass (UTG) material with a tougher and higher quality option.Axed S Pen?The S Pen’s future with the Fold series is… complicated.  There are rumours of a built-in stylus, no stylus at all and the most frustrating option, no silo slot for the accessory – meaning that finding a place to store your S Pen could become an issue, especially when travelling.All in all, the latest rumours about the Z Fold 4 indicate that it’s poised for greatness, just like the generations before. For the latest updates on the new series, sign up for our newsletter and stay in the know.

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The Samsung Galaxy A53: The Best For Half The Price

Samsung’s latest budget phone, the Galaxy A53, has the smartphone market buzzing thanks to its outstanding capabilities and a low-price tag. This mid-range powerhouse packs in impressive specs that rival even some flagships.The Best Mid-Range DisplayWrapped in a simple yet solid design is a dynamic 6.5-inch AMOLED display with an FHD resolution, 800 nits of brightness and an excellent 120Hz adaptive refresh rate. It’s ideal for watching movies as the colours are vibrant and accurate. Although it isn’t a gaming phone, it does perform well with many titles such as Genshin Impact and Dead Cells. For the price, the A53 is bring with it what is arguably the best mid-range display. Using the phone is a joy as the high refresh rate means switching between apps is smooth and browsing the web and social media is effortless.Photos That PopOn the back, the A53 sports a quad-camera setup with a 64MP main shooter joined by 12MP ultrawide, 5MP macro and 5MP depth cameras. Up front there’s a powerful 32MP selfie snapper. The setup is everything you need from a modern, mid-range with a little extra. Performance-wise, the phone captures bright, high contrast images that pop with colour while maintaining natural tones for accuracy.Expandable StorageThe A53 is powered by Samsung’s new Exynos 1280 mid-tier chipset. It’s ideal for everyday use and even sports 5nm technology. The processor supports 5G connectivity paired with 6GB of RAM and internal storage of up to 256GB. The handset is a dream for those who require plenty of expandable storage. It features a dual-SIM tray that supports microSD cards up to a massive 1TB.A Flagship BatteryFueling this new Galaxy is a large 5000mAh battery, which is the same power pack featured in flagships like the Galaxy S22 Ultra, OnePlus 10 Pro, and Pixel 6 Pro. It supports 25W fast charging but excludes a wireless charge. Samsung claims that the battery life can last up to two days, and this can be extended once the phone learns more about your usage, enabling greater power efficiency as time goes by.Hop From Android 12 to 16The handset runs on Samsung’s One UI 4.1 and Android 12, matching up to the software in the Galaxy S22. It enables incredible customisable features, better privacy and security, and Samsung’s guarantee of long-term updates. In fact, the tech giant offers the best update schedule of any Android phone with a four-year commitment to software updates. The A53 directly benefits from this, meaning it will be able to run on Android 16 when it arrives in 2025!If the Samsung Galaxy A53 is on your radar, check out our deals on this exceptional and affordable smartphone. And make sure to keep your eye on our Top Deals page for more offers.

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