News ticker: OnePlus Pad, Samsung Galaxy A54, Nubia Red Magic 8 Pro

The OnePlus Pad and Samsung Galaxy A54 are about to launch, while the Nubia Red Magic 8 Pro is about to break through.
OnePlus Pad OnePlus 11 Buds Pro 2

OnePlus Pad is coming February 7th

After the recent news about the OnePlus Pad, which has been rumored about for a long time, there is now a concrete launch date. On February 7th, the global launch of the OnePlus 11 is finally here. OnePlus India has posted the appropriate teaser for some of the devices expected to take the stage. These include the OnePlus 11, the Buds Pro 2 earbuds, and the OnePlus Pad.

OnePlus Pad, OnePlus 11 and Buds Pro 2

This is the first official teaser for the tablet, which has been the subject of leaks since 2021. Currently there is no technical data about the OnePlus Pad. However, given the close ties between OnePlus and Oppo, we wouldn’t be surprised at a rebranded Oppo Pad or Oppo Pad Air.


Samsung Galaxy A54: FCC reveals battery capacity and charging speed

The Samsung Galaxy A54 is just around the corner and has just been certified by the FCC. The listing released by the US regulator revealed that a device called the SM-A546E will have a battery with a minimum capacity of 4,905 mAh and will charge at 25 watts. The typical capacity should therefore be 5,000 mAh, although previous rumors suggested a slight increase to 5,100 mAh.

According to the FCC, the Samsung Galaxy A54 is powered by a Samsung EP-TA800 charger. This is a 25-watt Power Delivery USB-C charger, which will probably not be part of the scope of delivery. Geekbench already revealed a yet announced Exynos 1380 chipset with at least 6 GB of RAM under the hood of the Samsung smartphone. Android 13 is on board right from the start.

The last two phones in the Galaxy A5x series came out in March. If Samsung sticks to this schedule, we’ll see the A54 in two months at the latest.


nubia Red Magic 8 Pro durability test

The nubia Red Magic 8 Pro is the latest gaming smartphone to face the JerryRigEverything durability test. As usual, the test started with a display scratch test, which left visible scratches on the Gorilla Glass 5 display from level 6 on the Mohs hardness scale.

The metal blade also confirmed that the phone’s frame and power button consist of aluminum. The capacitive shoulder buttons remained functional even after the razor blade ride. The back and the three camera lenses are also protected by glass. The rear glass gives way in the bending test, but the nubia Red Magic 8 Pro remains in one piece and does not break.

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