Tech NewsWrap: Xiaomi Flip folding phone design leak… and more

Xiaomi Flip folding phone design leak

Xiaomi could be working on a foldable phone. The Chinese smartphone maker launched its first-ever folding smartphone back in March this year named the Mi MIX Fold. It was a direct competitor to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2. A recent patent filing with CNIPA (Chinese National Intellectual Property Association) has revealed what it could look like. The patent suggests we could see stylus support with the phone. However, unlike the Samsung Galaxy Note series, this stylus will not be tucked into its own notch in the phone.

Rapoo VH710 headsets launched for gaming enthusiasts

With its latest VH710 Gaming Headset, Rapoo promises you to provide a virtual 7.1-channel surround sound environment enabling you to distinguish and detect the direction of the sound clearly. The Rapoo VH710 features large 50mm drivers for superior audio performance which includes punchy bass and crisp highs. Extremely beneficial for gaming, the VH710 can also give you cinema-like experience for movies. The headset also features a superior ENC microphone which includes de-noising functions for stable and crystal-clear chats and voice calls. Additionally, using Rapoo’s proprietary driver interface, you can fine-tune the drivers to customize voice modes.

Samsung Exynos 2200 Processor launch date revealed

Samsung to launch its latest flagship mobile CPU, after Qualcomm and MediaTek. The South Korean tech giant announced via its ‘Semiconductor’ Twitter account that the new Exynos chip tuned for performance with AMD’s RDNA 2 GPU will be launched on January 11, 2022. The company is teasing the new processor with the #PlaytimeIsOver, which references the new processor’s performance, and alludes to its prowess in terms of gaming.

Telegram brings message reactions, bigger emoji animations and other features

Telegram is getting a new update that brings features like themed QR codes, message reactions, and more. The WhatsApp-rival is receiving is 12th update of the year that brings version 8.4. It is also adding in-app translation for messages. This feature works on all Android devices, but only iPhones running iOS 15 or higher. Also, users can create themed QR codes for their accounts. Telegram 8.4 is live now in the Google Play Store, rolling out to all Android users.

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