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News ticker: Apple iPhone 15 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Tab Active5, vivo Watch 3

The Apple iPhone 15 Pro is being given away, the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active5 is being certified and the vivo Watch 3 is being teased.
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Verizon is swapping older iPhones for Apple iPhone 15 Pro

If you want to get a brand new Apple iPhone 15 Pro for free and live in the US, you should consider switching to Verizon. There is only one condition – you have to trade in an older iPhone. And of course, become a new Verizon customer on the Unlimited Ultimate plan.

You can then trade in any older Apple iPhone, regardless of condition, and get exactly $1,000 off an iPhone 15 Pro. And that’s exactly the current price of the 15 Pro. There’s no telling how long Verizon’s generosity will last. So if you have your eye on an iPhone 15 Pro, you should snap it up soon.


Samsung Galaxy Tab Active5 coming in 2024

Samsung introduced the Galaxy Tab Active4 Pro over a year ago and its successor, the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active5, could be released in a few months. Now a new FCC entry for the Samsung tablet has emerged, which reveals some technical data but does not confirm the actual name.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab Active5 is listed with two different model numbers – SM-X300 for a Wi-Fi-only variant and SM-X306B for the 5G version. Additionally, the battery is listed with the model number EB-BX306GBY without going into further details. The price should be around 800 euros, matching the Tab Active4 Pro. And just like its predecessor, there will be an S-Pen.


vivo Watch 3: Official teasers show design

The vivo Watch 3 is scheduled to launch on November 13 alongside the vivo X100 series flagships. Now the first official images of the smartwatch in two colors have appeared on the Chinese social network Weibo. The teasers show a digital crown for navigating the user interface, as well as a side button, a speaker and cutouts for the microphones. Accordingly, the watch should support voice calls.

The vivo Watch 3 is expected to run on vivo’s self-developed BlueOS operating system. The os is based on the Rust programming language and supports multiple input features, including speech and gestures. There is also, of course, seamless integration with vivo smartphones and wearables. There will be at least two color options at launch – black and beige.


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