The iPhone rumours continue to pile up as fresh news of the possible Wi-Fi capabilities for the upcoming iPhone 12 have popped up. Apple is rumoured to use the new 802.11ay Wi-Fi standard which utilises the 60GHz spectrum that is ideal for high bandwidth data transfer.
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New press image of the phone has surfaced that shows a familiar design, thinner bezel, water drop notch, dedicated Google Assistant button and volume rockers on the left, power button on the right and a gold frame. It is expected to come with 5G support, powered by Snapdragon 865 Mobile Platform, 8GB of RAM. Since there is no MWC, it could be announced as early as next week.
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The Coronavirus outbreak continues to cause supply issues for technology companies as Apple’s next low-cost iPhone supply is likely more delayed. Apple originally planned to start mass-production of the devices in February but now it has been delayed well into late March.
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With more and more phones coming with foldable displays, both along the horizontal and vertical axis, TCL has supposedly gone another route and built a concept phone that incorporates a slide-out display instead. The idea behind the design is to have a tablet experience on a regular phone once the screen is pulled out.
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Apple is said to hold a spring time press event at the end of March, likely to launch the upcoming rumoured “iPhone 9” or “iPhone SE 2”. Apple previously held a press event during spring 2019 to unveil new iPad models along with new versions of their Pages, Keynote and Numbers iOS apps.
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Samsung is continuing to expand its tablet lineup as fresh leaks of the design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2020) have surfaced. The mid range tablet from Samsung will feature an 8.4 inch screen, Exynos processor, and a single camera system.
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It is clear that Apple wants to distance itself as far as possible from Qualcomm, even though they settled the long legal battle with them last year. News has popped up claiming that Apple is trying to design their own 5G antenna for the upcoming 2020 iPhones that will be released soon, in attempt to use as little Qualcomm products as possible.
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Samsung introduced the Galaxy A70 smartphone back in March last year and the Galaxy A70s, its successor was introduced later. Now the renders of the Galaxy A70e, a cheaper version has surfaced. This shows a flat screen with waterdrop notch, which is said to be around 6.1-inch inches, compared to 6.7-inch curved AMOLED screen, and also has slightly large bezels around the screen. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy A70e with 6.1-inch display, triple rear cameras surface”
The truly smart home future is near as more and more companies invest into technologies that enable seamless smart home experiences. At the moment, the experience is finicky at best, but they may change in the future as an Apple patent posted on February 13th describes a truly smart home that can configure itself without user intervention.
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New Vivo’s iQOO 5G smartphone with model number V1955A has been certified by TENAA, which is rumored to be iQOO 3. This reveals a 6.44-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen, 2.84GHz processor, which should be Snapdragon 865 7nm SoC, up to 12GB RAM, 64MP + 13MP + 13MP + 2MP quad rear cameras and 16MP front camera. Continue reading “Vivo iQOO 3 with 6.44-inch AMOLED screen, Snapdragon 865, 5G, 64MP quad rear cameras, 55W fast charging gets certified”
Recently, specifications of Motorola’s upcoming mid-range smartphones – Moto G8 and G8 Power surfaced. Both the smartphones are said to sport punch-hole displays, Android 10, and more. Following the leaks of Moto G8 Series, now, Motorola’s 2020 high-end smartphones – Motorola One 2020 and One 2020 5G have surfaced along with key specifications.
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Earlier last year, Google suspended some of its business operations with HUAWEI which includes a ban on using Google Services and Play Store. Subsequently, the company got another 90-day license extension to do business with American firms and there have been reports that the company has been working on alternatives. On similar lines now, according to the latest reports, Chinese mobile giants Xiaomi, HUAWEI, OPPO, and Vivo are said to be working on a platform to rival Google Play Store.
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Moto G8 Power got certified by the FCC last year confirming 5000mAh battery and Android 10, and the detailed specifications surfaced last week, now the phone surfaced on Amazon UK website briefly before it was removed. This reveals more specifications, including support for dual speakers. Continue reading “Moto G8 Power with 6.4-inch FHD+ display, quad rear cameras, 5000mAh battery listed online, Moto G8 and G Stylus surface in more renders”
The Galaxy Home Mini Beta Program was announced back in August 2019. Since then it has gone under the radar, similar to the Samsung Galaxy Home that was announced back in 2018 during the Note 9 Keynote. Today however, a new leak points to the smaller Galaxy Home Mini being launched on February 12th, 2020.
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As all countries in the world are on high alert to halt the spread of Wuhan Coronavirus, the many industries that are based in China have begun to see the effects of the outbreak. The tech industry especially has become a victim, as Ming Chi Kuo, a popular Apple analyst has lowered his shipment forecast for the iPhone due to the supply chains being hit.
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