The Pixel 8 is losing value at a dizzying speed, discover the AnTuTu ranking of the most powerful smartphones for October 2023, Twitch abandons the Switch, here is the summary!
What happened in tech news this weekend? We learned this from a reliable source The Galaxy S24 Ultra will imitate the iPhone 15 Pro, Once again. The South Korean flagship will be adorned with titanium instead of aluminum. AI continues to gain traction in usage, but Microsoft is starting to talk about usage quotas. In particular, we will note that Google Pixel, unlike iPhones, is rapidly losing value, that the hierarchy of the most powerful Android smartphones is beginning to change radically, and that too Twitch is leaving Switch.
Google’s latest smartphone is selling poorly on the used market
If the resale value of a smartphone is an important selection criterion for you when purchasing, read this article in which we explain which smartphones you should give preference to if you want to get a good price for your device when purchasing it. The opposite is also true: If you’ve dreamed of buying a Pixel 8 but found it too expensive, now might be the right time to check out the used market.
Read – The Pixel 8 has already lost 63% of its value in just one month, long live the chance
The AnTuTu ranking for the month of October is in turmoil, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 is starting to establish itself
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 is currently the best mobile processor available. The SoC has just been presented to the general public and also appears in the AnTuTu ranking of the most powerful Android smartphones for the month of October. And for the first time, it’s pretty thunderous. Who enters? Who is leaving? Read our article to learn more about the most powerful Android smartphones available today.
Read – AnTuTu reveals the top 10 most powerful Android smartphones for October 2023
The streaming platform for gamers is leaving the Nintendo Switch
Now that the Switch 2, Nintendo’s new hybrid handheld console, is announced for next year, some services and publishers are starting to move away from the current Switch. This is the rather emblematic case of Twitch, the video streaming platform preferred by gamers, which announced on its website that the dedicated application will soon no longer be downloadable.
Read – Twitch is giving up on Nintendo Switch, it’s official