Android Daily News 9: Realme X50 pro update, Oppo Reno 5/5 Pro renders, Sony PS5 Pro, and more

Welcome to RPRNA, in this article, we will cover all the latest news today about some Android devices- Realme, Oppo, Vivo, Sony, Moto, and Nokia.

Check the top news about Realme below:

  • Realme X50 Pro receiving an update

Check the top news about Oppo below:

  • Oppo Reno 5 and 5 Pro renders

Check the top news about Vivo below:

  • Vivo’s first Snapdragon 888 running score display

Check the top news about Moto below:

  • Motorola is bringing desktop mode in its smartphones

Check the top news about Nokia below:

  • Nokia’s first smartphone lineup
  • Nokia TA-1337 at FCC test

Check the top news about Sony below:

  • Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones on sale
  • Sony PS5 price drop
  • Sony could launch PS5 Pro

  • Realme X50 Pro receiving an update:

Realme has begun sending a new software update for Realme X50 Pro smartphones. The update comes with the November 2020 Android security patch to enhance the system’s stability. CHECK THE FULL CHANGELOG HERE.

  • Oppo Reno 5 and 5 Pro renders:

OPPO Reno5 5G and Reno5 Pro 5G have both been listed on Chinese e-commerce websites and Tmall ahead of their official launch. The devices are expected to be announced on December 10th, but they are already up for reservation on the retailer websites, as spotted by MySmartPrice. READ MORE HERE.

  • Vivo’s first Snapdragon 888 running score display:

IT Home News on December 1 Qualcomm officially released the Snapdragon 888 flagship platform processor at the 2020 Snapdragon Technology Summit, which will support the next generation of flagship smartphones. Provide a fully integrated 5G modem.

According to the Weibo blogger DigitalChatStation, the new Vivo Xiaolong 888 machine was the first to run out. READ MORE HERE.


  • Motorola is bringing desktop mode in its smartphones:

Many OEMs have tackled a bridge-style desktop mode for smartphones with prominent players including Samsung and Huawei with their DeX and Miracast solutions respectively. Now though it looks as though Motorola is set to bring its own desktop mode to upcoming handsets. READ MORE HERE.

  • Nokia’s first smartphone lineup:

Juho Sarvikas commemorated the fourth year of HMD Global’s existence by posting some of the very first design ideas for the Nokia smartphone return. It is interesting how a simple line charge can shape the end product character as being more rational or emotive. READ MORE HERE.

  • Nokia TA-1337 at FCC test:

Another day, another FCC test of new affordable Nokia smartphone. Just recently, the Nokia TA-1333 passed the FCC tests, and now the Nokia TA-1337 did the same. READ MORE HERE.

  • Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones on sale:

Sony WH-1000XM4 deals are a rare occurrence indeed, but that’s to be expected from industry-leading headphones with cutting-edge tech packed inside. However, Cyber Monday offered us an excellent $70 discount on the latest release from Sony, and the discount proved particularly popular.

While that offer has now expired, you can still save $50 on the world’s best headphones – and that remains an excellent deal. READ MORE HERE.

  • Sony PS5 price drop:

Sony PS5 is a part of a new generation of consoles that bring in a ton of new features. While these features do bring in a heftier price tag, the sales numbers seem to hold up. What’s more, some people are even willing to pay a lot more for a PS5, including in India.

Well, a new report says that we might get to see the Sony PS5 price drop in 2021, and it has the data to support it. READ MORE HERE.

  • Sony could launch PS5 Pro:

The PS5 touts graphical advantages such as 4K gaming at 120fps, but in reality, this is a pipe dream for all but eight titles so far. If Sony were to transform this dual-GPU console patent into a real “PS5 Pro” console, virtually every game could live up to that promise. The patent features don’t just end at giving games a graphical boost, though. The plans also include ideas to implement dedicated cloud gaming. READ MORE HERE.

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