Launch dates for Pixel 7 Pro, Microsoft’s Android update, and the latest Samsung Galaxy leak

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“…the Galaxy Z Fold 4 features Gorilla Glass Victus+ protection on the front (cover display) and the rear. This new protection panel first appeared on the Galaxy S22. The upcoming foldable phone also seems to feature faster charging despite using the same 25W mechanism. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 can reportedly reach 0-50% charge in just 30 minutes. In comparison, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 charges up to 33% in half an hour.”

This week’s Android Circuit looks back at seven days of news and headlines from the Android world, including the final Galaxy Z Fold leaks, Pixel 7 Pro release dates, reviews of the OnePlus 10T and Black Shark 5 Pro, the availability of official Samsung repairs from iFixit, a new version of Outlook, and the popularity of the Galaxy Note series. Android Circuit is here to bring to your attention a few of the numerous events that have occurred in the Android community during the past week (and you can find the weekly Apple news digest here). There is one last set of rumours and information leading up to Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event next week that should excite us. The materials used to make the phone and information on its final turn are


  • Following a year away, OnePlus has returned to a “T” handset and a second-half launch of a new handset. The OnePlus 10T leans into the power and performance specs that the T marketing has become known for. As part of my review of the new handset, I’ve taken a look at the history around the T:

  • Following the re-positioning of the Pixel phone brand last year (and the launch of the Google-designed Tensor Mobile chip), the seventh iteration of Pixels could be seen as the difficult second album. It’s an album that you are going to wait a little bit longer to hear as the launch event and release has been pushed back to October: “According to sources (very reputable sources) both the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro will be available for pre-order on October 6th — which likely means the event will take place on the same day — and the devices will officially launch and be available on October 13th… Google does have a history of moving the dates at times, but if that were to happen, we’ll know — and you’ll know.”

Following in Google’s lead with the Pixel, independent repair service iFixit has announced it is working with Samsung to offer genuine parts and tools so users can make some essential repairs to their own handsets: “Starting today, replacement screens*, back glass, and charging ports are available on as individual components or in Fix Kits with all the parts and tools required to get your Galaxy into tip-top shape. Our collection of genuine parts keeps expanding, and of course our repair guides are, too: every new part has a polished guide to help you finish your latest Galaxy fix… Initially, these Samsung Galaxy genuine parts are only available in the US—but we’re working towards more devices and additional comprehensive parts,. ”

“Some smartphones look to cover every single base, to be the smartphone to end all smartphones. The OnePlus 10T 5G is not such a phone. It has made some compromises, but these are made to service the goal of the phone… to offer as much performance as possible. This has been the implicit goal of OnePlus’ “T” models since they debuted with the OnePlus 3T, and after a few years away (as OnePlus grappled with a “Pro” definition), the 10T brings back the power in the second half of the year.”


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