Popular analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in a new investor note has covered early order estimates of the Galaxy S10. In the latest research note, he is increasing his early estimates by 30% citing ‘spec differentiation’ from current iPhones, including an ultrasonic fingerprint reader. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S10 sales better than expected as specs differentiate from iPhones: Kuo”
Huawei’s MWC 2019 event was centered around the Mate X foldable phone and now the company is focusing on the P30 series which is set to unveil on March 26th. Talking about P30, we already know it will come with Quad rear cameras, teardrop notch. And now, Huawei’s VP of Global Product Marketing, Clement Wong, confirmed the top-end P30 will indeed feature a periscope-style zoom camera for “super-zoom” capabilities.
Continue reading “Huawei P30 Pro confirmed to feature periscope zoom camera and enhanced low-light mode”
Google is said to be working on another Google Glass. Following up on the original Explorer Edition, the company rolled out its first Enterprise Edition of Glass publicly in mid-2017. The new edition Google Glass was spotted passing through the FCC and was also surfaced on the Geekbench benchmark, confirming reports. Continue reading “Google Glass second-gen with Snapdragon 710, integrated LTE modem, USB Type-C surfaces”
How good it would be if there’s a system for TVs where you do not see and/or need cable anymore. For this, Samsung is said to be working on a solution in the background, in the form of a wireless power transceiver. Samsung, back in 2018 has filed a patent with the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office) for a wireless power transceiver and display apparatus with the same.
Continue reading “Samsung patent hints at Wireless TV without cables”
Microsoft is said to be preparing a new lightweight version of Windows for Dual-screen devices and Chromebook competitors. According to a new report, the company is said to be working on stripping back its Windows user interface with dual screens in mind. This new hardware could launch as early as later this year, depending on chip and PC maker readiness. Continue reading “Microsoft said to be working on Windows Lite for dual-screen Chromebook-like devices”
OnePlus at the MWC 2019 has showcased the prototypes of its upcoming 5G smartphone. When asked about the upcoming flagship; the OnePlus 7, the company’s CEO Lau revealed that he is indeed carrying the prototype of the upcoming flagship in his pocket but chose not to reveal it. However, courtesy of OnLeaks, we are getting to see the renders of the OnePlus 7 giving us a closer look at the design. Continue reading “OnePlus 7 with 6.5-inch display, triple rear-cameras, pop-up selfie camera surfaces in renders”
Apple is rumored to be holding a special event on March 25th where it is expected to make announcements regarding its new Service based offerings. Sources from internal operations of suppliers in the Asia-Pacific market now suggest that AirPods 2 might be added to the list of announcements on March 25th and would hit the stores on March 29th. Even though no hardware announcements are expected at its March 25 event, it might be introduced with just a release. Continue reading “Apple AirPods 2 with wireless charging case, Siri integration said to go on sale on March 29”
Google Chrome developers are experimenting on a new ‘back/forward cache’ that would make loading the previous page instant since if you close a web page on the browser, it has to load most of the page again which is time-consuming. Continue reading “Google Chrome working on back/forward cache to speed up web browsing”
Facebook, Instagram, Signal are said to be planning to roll out new cryptocurrencies over the next year which are aimed at allowing users to send money to contacts on their messaging systems like Venmo or PayPal that can move across international borders. Facebook is silently working on a coin that user of WhatsApp could send to friends and family instantly, according to a latest report from The New York Times. Continue reading “Facebook said to be in talks with crypto exchanges for listing its crypto coin for WhatsApp”
After the MWC 2019 announcements, Huawei is gearing up for a special event scheduled on March 26th where it is expected to introduce the P30 series. However, so far, very little is known about the flagships in terms of design, hardware specifications. To fill the void, we now are getting to see the renders of the P30 Pro and it will come with Quad-rear cameras with 10X zoom. Continue reading “Huawei P30 Pro with Quad rear cameras, teardrop notch, and P30 surface in renders”
Update – February 27, 2019: Now you can enable this feature in Chome Canary from chrome://flags and enabling #enable-android-web-contents-dark-mode. The dark mode looks a bit weird in some web pages since it inverts images colors looking more like high contrast mode than dark mode. This is also available for the web.
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OnePlus is working on its next flagship which is likely to be called the OnePlus 7. The flagship will be powered by the Snapdragon 855, feature upgraded camera, latest software and more, but one thing that looks uncertain is the wireless charging. OnePlus fans for a while now are rooting for the wireless charging, given how the back panel on OnePlus 6 and 6T is glass. Continue reading “OnePlus confirms OnePlus 7 won’t feature wireless charging”
Now that Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus are official, the company has shifted its focus to the Note 10 which will be launching later this year. There are rumors that Samsung might rebrand the lineup but at this moment there’s no saying right now what the company might call its flagship phablet. The new Samsung has in the pipeline bears model number SM-N975F. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note 10 said to feature Quad rear camera setup”
Up until now it is more or less confirmed that Huawei is all set to introduce its first foldable phone at the MWC 2019 event. However, a leaked banner image now confirms the launch and also provides us the name and an early sneak peek at the design. The Huawei’s foldable phone will be called Mate X and the company’s says that it will be the world’s first phone with 5G. Continue reading “Huawei Mate X foldable 5G phone banner surfaces ahead of February 24 MWC announcement”
Sony’s MWC 2019 event is inching closer, and the company is expected to introduce a bunch of new smartphones including the XA3 series. The company is known to be working on XZ4 flagship; but it looks like the company might be changing the naming scheme and it might be called Xperia 1 series and thanks to popular leakster, Evan Blass, we get to see the device renders ahead of the launch. Continue reading “Sony Xperia 1 with triple rear cameras, 21:9 4K HDR OLED display surfaces ahead of Feb 25 announcement”