Samsung's 200MP phone camera sensor is official

Plus: Kindle Unlimited gets upgraded, Pixel 6 production ramps up, Microsoft announces a Surface event, and more –
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Thursday 2 September 2021
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Attention Amazon Kindle owners: there are signs that the Kindle Unlimited subscription service is now giving users a download limit of 20 items at once rather than the current 10, so you'll be able to read more ebooks, comics and mags.

A new report from the supply chain suggests that Google is ramping up production of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro handsets – indicating that the phone is going to be more widely available than the Pixel 5a, which is only on sale in the US and Japan.

Microsoft has booked a hardware and software event for September 22, and while it's not clear what's on the agenda besides more Windows 11 launch info, we've got one guess: specifically a second-generation mobile device with a hinged screen.

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We're getting used to news of delays to the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE at this point, and the most recent rumor suggests that the handset won't be available to buy until October 29, although Samsung will apparently open up preorders on October 20.

It won't make it into the Galaxy S21 FE, but Samsung has unveiled a new 200MP sensor upgrade for smartphone cameras. That's a huge number of megapixels in one sensor, and we should start seeing it in devices during the course of next year.

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