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Week 37 in review: iOS 16 is out, Xperia 1 IV Gaming Edition official with 16GB of RAM – GSMArena.com news – GSMArena.com

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Week in review
Another week down, so let’s recap. Apple dropped shiny OS updates to the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. For those devices that are ineligible for iOS 16, Apple also released iOS 15.7. And for iPad users, iPadOS 16 will arrive later on, it was delayed due to issues with the new Stage Manager multitasking feature.
Sony announced a special Xperia 1 IV Gaming Edition with 16GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, and Xperia Stream accessory bundled. The accessory plugs into the phone via USB-C and brings a full-sized HDMI port alongside a LAN port, a headphone jack, and a USB-C port on top.
It does not feature any additional buttons or joysticks so you are still doing the actual gaming on the phone’s display. Xperia 1 IV Gaming Edition retails for JPY 175,000 which converts to $1,225. It’s already available on pre-order in Japan from Sony and Docomo.
Apple’s A16 chip was tested on AnTuTu and it recorded an impressive 28% improvement in its GPU score compared to the A15. Meanwhile, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 14 Plus shows weaker demand compared to even the iPhone mini series that was discontinued due to low sales.
Google teased the colors of its upcoming Pixel 7 through wacky potato chips in Japan – Snow Cheese is the white (Snow) one, Hazel Onion is the dark sage-slash-olive (Hazel) color, Salty Lemon is the yellow (Lemongrass) variant, and Obsidian Pepper is the black (Obsidian) one. The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are coming on October 6.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 200MP sensor got detailed this week. It’s reportedly “100% confirmed” to have 0.6µm pixels on a 1/1.3” sensor with an f/1.7 aperture in front.
We saw the first renders of the OnePlus 11 Pro. It will have a circular camera module with three cameras, no details on those just yet, but we also do see an alert slider, which was notoriously missing from the OnePlus 10T.
Those were the key stories of the week but you can check out the full list below. See you next week!
iPadOS 16 is delayed and will probably arrive next month.
The new device is already on pre-order in Japan while open sales start on September 15.
The iPhone 14 Plus has the best battery life out of any iPhone, according to iPhone. It has a Pro Max battery size, but a vanilla display and chipset.
The sensor will be 1/1.3” in size with an f/1.7 lens in front.
The CPU is also showing a respectable improvement, despite the pessimistic Geekbench result from earlier. 
And redesigned camera island.
C’mon, wouldn’t you try Snow Cheese, Hazel Onion, Salty Lemon, or Obsidian Pepper?
Strong performance for a new brand.
Overall, the Pro models are doing better than the two non-Pro models, at least based on this early analysis.
Apple now ask $99 for a battery replacement, regardless of the model.
Intel’s Raptor Lake will be able to achieve 6GHz in normal use and 8GHz with liquid nitrogen.
The phone is named after the famous artist as the phone’s design follows his abstract paintings.
It starts at $99.99/€99.99 £84.99.
A further cashback brings the price down to ₹11,499.
This is a US unit, so it only has eSIM. The video suggests that the front camera may have OIS and shows what could be the new satellite communication module.
Some improvements to the Erangel map are also in place.
The phone has a Unisoc chipset and Realme UI, based on Android 12 (Go edition).
We sat down with the Head of Realme International on the company’s 4th anniversary.
The accessory attaches via USB-C and lets you stream your gaming battles while also cooling your Xperia 1 IV.
According to Ice’s measurements, the S23 will be 0.3mm taller and 0.3mm wider than the S22. And all of that is accounted for by extra bezel around the 6.1″ display.
The decision confirms a ruling from 2018 on bundling Android with Chrome and Google Search.
The Pro is rumored to feature a 1″ sensor in its main camera. Leaksters are reporting that Oppo, vivo and Xiaomi are working on phones with 1″ sensors.
Watch Ultra gets a 542mAh battery – the largest cell of any Apple smartwatch.
The phone will become official tomorrow, apparently.
The SE have the same launch price as the QC 45 did at launch (but that one has gotten significantly cheaper since then).
noise cancelling is the only thing i really hate when i record sound. it sometimes filters my voice, and it made to sound like whatsapp voice calls. phones with high ram are just there to attract people to think more ram bettter performance. imagine …
I wish I could make 1 dollar for every lame comment of yours. I would be as rich as Bezos. Change this ridiculous name, olympus is done with camera.
Gaming phone that can't be heard unless you are using headset. Struggle with natural colors. Absolutely no noise canceling technology whatsoever, unless you are recording video. Nah, nothing gaming over the ram.
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