Number of major exhibitors have banned their plans to go to CES in person, however according to the developers, there is a lot going on at Consumer tech’s big shindig. We are showing a remote show here at WIRED, and we will share any interesting news here in our liveblog, which will be over the next few days. New ones will appear at the top of the menu below.
Tuesday is the “press watch” day at CES. There are a lot of press conferences and big announcements coming in the afternoon, so stay tuned. Take a closer look at the news of electric vehicles — many of the major car manufacturers are doing radio events in Las Vegas today, so expect to see the wild cars on display, along with the extra features behind the wheels that everyone can benefit from.
Samsung has also released the Galaxy S21
The Galaxy S21 and so last year, but not yet the time for the Galaxy S22 here. With Samsung’s high-end mobile phone disappearing from the shelves (sales have been missing for months), the Galaxy S21 Fan Edition (FE) is replacing it. The glass has a running processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, AMOLED 120-Hz screen, is a large 12-megapixel camera, and starts at $ 699, a price that is $ 100 cheaper than its older brother.
There are a few differences. It’s 0.2 inches thicker than last year’s Galaxy S21 6.2-inch. I used it a few days ago, and it still feels small and very thin. The large size also makes the 4,500-mAh beefier battery. But what lowers the price is a plastic bullet. (It still has the metal inside.) Samsung also replaced the 64-megapixel telephoto zoom 8-megapixel camera. The sensor detail of this camera is not very sharp, but a 32-megapixel front-facing camera can make.
The S21 FE is Samsung’s first smartphone to run Android 12 out of the box. It comes in four colors: white, olive, graphite, and lavender. Problems? Samsung is expected unveiling the Galaxy S22 next month, and if it follows the established method, it will only cost $ 100 more than the S21 FE. You may want to wait. –Julian Chokkattu
Most headphones are very visible. From the white-brass AirPods to the glittering Galaxy Buds2, it often seems as if the manufacturers consider us as human flags rather than human beings. Enter the new JLab Go Air Tones, which come in a wide variety of human skin colors and are designed to be a must in your ear.