Samsung confirms the cancellation of Galaxy, earphones that aren’t new and Huawei’s intriguing P50 Pro

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“Google used to call Android versions with a dessert name, and the tradition was around for about a decade. But with Android 10 (aka Android Q), Google decided to discontinue this tradition and rebranded Android into the avatar we see today. However, these dessert codenames are still used internally. Android 10 was Quince Tart, Android 11 was Red Velvet Cake, and Android 12 is Snow Cone.”

This week’s Android Circuit contains Samsung confirming Galaxy cancellation, the ‘T’ of Android 13, Pixel’s future steps, evaluating the Nokia XR20, a probable Nokia tablet, Huawei unveiling P50 and P50 Pro, Surface Duo 2 camera comments, OnePlus’ US sales, and Nothing’s new earphones. Android Circuit is back to remind you of a handful of the many things that have happened in the previous week in the world of Android (and you can find the weekly Apple news digest here).

Highlights

  • semiconductor business, accounted for more than half of the company’s operating profit and nearly 35% of its sales. Samsung semiconductor business recorded sales were up 25% to 22.74 trillion won ($19.7 billion) and operating profit increased 27% to 6.93 trillion won ($6 billion).”

  • Samsung’s third calendar quarter results are also in (Samsung Newsroom). With $55.2 billion in revenue, profits of $10.8B are up 54 percent year-on-year. But looking at the breakdown, the semiconductor business covers almost half of those profits, and in a challenging 2020 mobile sales fell 7.4 percent:

 

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