The week brought its share of novelties. Nothing has finally shown its phone (1) before its official presentation, the identity card is put in your smartphones and Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 3 is breaking unexpected records. Back to the information that made the news of the week.
Galaxy Z Flip 3: they fold the phone 400,000 times live on YouTube
The Guinness Book is full of records of all kinds, often unexpected, even…explicable. A YouTuber has set out to find out if the promises of resistance regarding Samsung’s folding smartphones are well justified. Live on YouTube, he took up the challenge. And the fact is that the result is quite surprising.
Nothing tease his phone (1) before showing it
We knew the process at OnePlus. It is still in effect at Nothing, created by former Chinese manufacturer. After unsheathing ear(1) headphones, Nothing presented this week a first image of its upcoming smartphone. Or rather, has cleverly teased its coming in several stages before showing it completely.
The digital identity card is coming to iPhones
Dematerializing your identity card directly on your iPhone will indeed be possible with iOS 16. The France Identity twitter account has confirmed this, without it being known at the moment whether it will be necessary to go through its application or that of Apple, the aptly named Wallet.
The test of the week: the Vivo X Fold
In the age of folding smartphones, there are many candidates. We were able to spend a few minutes with the very impressive Vivo X Fold. Unfortunately for the time being reserved for China, it shines with its hinge and an interesting photo part with two telephoto lenses.
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