Didn’t have time to follow the news yesterday? Here is what marked Wednesday, January 19: the colors of the Galaxy S22 Ultra are becoming clearer, the future of Call of Duty in question and Samsung unveils the design of its Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. To not miss any news, remember to subscribe to the Frandroid newsletter.
Phew, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra would reconnect with color
Expected next month, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is revealed through new leaks. This time, the Indian site MySmartPrice gives us some information on the design of the high-end smartphone. According to his information, the phone would opt for rather colorful variants. We would thus find shades of blue, green, pink, black and white. A choice that would change from the dull colors of the Galaxy S21 Ultra last year.
Will Call of Duty become an Xbox exclusive? Activision takeover raises question
While Microsoft announced this week the acquisition of Activision-Blizzard-King, many questions remain unanswered. This is particularly the case for the publisher’s most prolific license, Call of Duty. While some might fear that the next Call of Duty – and Warzone – games will become exclusive to Xbox consoles, the theory seems unlikely. Microsoft wanted to reassure players and everything tends to indicate that the games will remain available on Sony consoles, but integrated into Xbox Game Pass.
Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra: small dumpling from Samsung which publishes an image of its tablet with notch
Expected at the same time as the Samsung Galaxy S22, Samsung’s next ultra high-end tablet, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, made a small appearance on the Korean manufacturer’s website. The American site of the firm has indeed published, a little too head, an image allowing to discover, in the background, the Samsung tablet. This one is particularly recognizable because of its screen, cut on the upper part by a small notch to house the front camera.
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