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7 new smartphones coming in November

Although 2022 is already in its final stretch, smartphone manufacturers still have news to present this year.

We have compiled all the published data and these are the seven new models that can be presented in this month of November that promises to leave the smartphone segment on fire.

1. Really 10

📅 COMING SOON – #realme10 Global launch event: 2 pm (UTC+8), November 9. the game changer #kingdom device you have seen. Hit the 💛, stay tuned and be the first to know! #SweepThroughtheCompetition pic.twitter.com/m8GVlbs3De

— realme (@realmeglobal) October 31, 2022

Realme 10 already has official confirmation that it will hit the world market on November 10. It is known that the base model will come out on this date, but although there are rumors about a Realme 10+ model, it is not confirmed that we will also meet it on that day.

As for Realme 10, rumor has it that it will have the processor MediaTek G99 with support for 4G communications. This economic model will also have a 6.4-inch screen with Full HD + resolution and a refresh rate of 90 Hz.

It will be powered by a battery. 5000mAh with support for fast charging of 33 watts and on the back panel it will have a dual rear camera setup with a sensor for 50 megapixels accompanied by another sensor with two megapixels of resolution.

2 OPPO A98

Although the launch date of OPPO A98 is still a secret of the gods, there is a great possibility that the model will be presented during the month of November.

The information available on its specifications is also scarce, but rumors are advancing that this OPPO will arrive with the processor Snapdragon 778G SoCas well as a screen with Full HD + resolution and a refresh rate of 120 Hz.

battery emphasis 5000mAh integrated with support for fast charging 67 watts and for the primary sensor with 108 megapixels of resolution

3.OPPO A58 5G

Another OPPO model and another release date that is not officially confirmed, but could happen during this month. However, many of the specifications of the OPPO A58 5G have already been revealed by various rumors and the 91Mobiles website has also released a rendering which we can see in the image above.

The model will be powered by the processor. MediaTek Dimension 700 and will have up to 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and up to 256GB UFS 2.2 storage The list of specifications also includes a battery of 5000mAh with 33W fast charging and a dual rear camera setup with a main sensor of 50 megapixels complemented by a second sensor with two megapixels of resolution.

4.OPPO Reno 9

If all the rumors are confirmed, OPPO runs the risk of being the brand with the most launches in the month of November. The Reno 9 series is also expected to launch this month.

The series will feature the Reno 9, 9 Pro and 9 Pro+ models, but only the specifications of the base version are known. The standard model will then have the processor Snapdragon 778G Plus at the controls, in addition to being powered by a battery of 4500mAh with support for fast charging of 67 watts.

In addition, it will also have a primary sensor of 64 megapixels of resolution and with a screen of 6.7 inches with Full HD + resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate.

5. Redmi Note 11 Pro 2023

The Redmi Note 11 Pro 2023 was expected to be revealed in October, but since it did not happen, it is quite likely that its official presentation will take place this November.

Various rumors suggest that this model will be available only in two regions: Europe and Southeast Asia, and will inherit several attributes from the Redmi Note 10 Pro model.

What we know so far is that it will have the processor Snapdragon 732G SoC and a screen 6.67 inches with Full HD + resolution and refresh rate of 120 Hz. It will be powered by a robust battery of 5020mAh with fast charging of 33 watts and in the configuration of the rear camera it will have a primary sensor of 108 megapixelsan eight-megapixel ultra wide angle, a five-megapixel macro and a two-megapixel depth sensor.

6.Xiaomi 13

This is one of the most anticipated releases of the year and also one of the most important for the Chinese brand. It is expected that after the official announcement from Qualcomm, the Chinese brand will officially introduce the new top Xiaomi 13 series that will be powered by the processor. Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.

The brand is also expected to present only two models of the new series: the base model and the Xiaomi 13 Pro. Regarding the Xiaomi 13, it will arrive with a 6.38 inchesa primary sensor 50 megapixels and support for fast charging 67 watts.

As for the Xiaomi 13 Pro, more “juicy” details were released. The advanced model will have an AMOLED screen of 6.7 inches with QHD resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate.

But the highlight goes straight to the rear camera setup which will include the primary sensor. SonyIMX989 one inch in size and 50 megapixelscomplemented by an ultra wide angle sensor and a telephoto sensor, both with 50 megapixels of resolution It also has the Leica seal and the brand’s proprietary Surge C2/P2 processors.

It even runs the MIUI 14 interface, based on the Android 13 operating system, also integrating a 4,800 mAh battery with support for fast charging. 120 watts.

7. Motorola Moto X40

Motorola Edge 30 Pro
Like its predecessor, the Moto X40 will also be sold in Europe under the trade name Edge 40 Credit@Motorola

Like Xiaomi, Motorola is also patiently waiting for Qualcomm to announce its next flagship that will also feature the processor. Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.

This will be supplemented by 16 GB of RAM and up 512GB internal storage. You will also have a screen 6.67 inches with Full HD resolution and a high refresh rate of 144 Hz.

It will have a triple camera setup that will feature a main 50 megapixelsa wide angle also with 50 megapixels and a telephoto lens 12 megapixels and possibly 2x optical zoom.

It runs the latest Android 13 operating system and will also pack a 5,000mAh battery with support for 68W fast charging.

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