Pixel 4 Will Have Gesture Controls and Face Unlock Based on Motion-Sensing Radar

Pixel 4 Will Have Gesture Controls and Face Unlock Based on Motion-Sensing Radar

There are a lot of interests for the Pixel 4 smartphone and Google has confirmed some of its features, face unlock and gesture controls. The company has been developing a motion-sensing radar, called Soli to detect planes and various large-sized objects. Google manages to put a smaller version of Soli on top of the Pixel 4, so it will sense small motions. With advanced hardware and special software algorithm, it is possible for Pixel 4…

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What We Currently Know About Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

What We Currently Know About Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

Recent information leaks about the Galaxy Tab S6 reveals various new details, including battery, memory configurations and dual-camera arrangement. Samsung will release the tablet next month and we already know quite a lot about it. Fist images of Galaxy Tab S6 came out last month, along with various details about the tablet’s specifications. Inside, there will be a huge 6,840 mAh battery, while another source said that the device will pack a bigger 7,040 mAh…

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Honor 9X and 9X Are Officially Announced

Honor 9X and 9X Are Officially Announced

Honor 9X and 9X Pro with their huge displays and pop-up cameras are now available for public. Both devices are coming to China, the Honor 9X for $200 and 9x Pro for $320. So, both devices are essentially affordable for most smartphone users. However, keep in mind that these prices are lower, compared to the rest of the world. Other than huge displays and selfie cameras, the device has bezel-less design. Thanks to the pop-up…

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Huawei Mate 30 Pro Spotted for the First Time

Huawei Mate 30 Pro Spotted for the First Time

The smartphone industry is being dominated by Apple, Samsung and Google, but various manufacturers in China are providing great devices as well. Its upcoming device, the Mate 30 Pro appeared for the first time in public. It appears to have curved edge display and a wide notch. The device underwent a cellular connectivity test in China, alongside a couple of Mate 20 X 5G. Just like contemporary flagships in 2019, the Mate 30 Pro also…

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Asus Officially Introduces the ROG 2 Phone

Asus Officially Introduces the ROG 2 Phone

Asus just announced its new flagship, the ROG Phone 2, recently. The device is a gaming-optimized model with impressive hardware and great aesthetics. ROG (Republic of Gamers) is the gaming brand of Asus and the company used it for gaming laptops and related accessories. The Taiwanese device maker has unveiled the ROG Phone 2 in China, in collaboration with Tencent, the mobile entertainment giant. The international launch of ROG 2 Phone will be on September…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Will Be The Fastest Android Device Ever

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Will Be The Fastest Android Device Ever

Based on latest benchmarks leak, it appears that the Note 10 will be the most powerful Android ever for versions with Exynos 9825 and Snapdragon 855+ SoCs. The Note 10 will still have S-Pen stylus, but with bigger battery, more RAM and bigger display compared to its predecessor. With 6.7-inch display, it will have the biggest ever display for a Note device. The US version of Note 10 will be for sale only inside the…

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HTC Will Release Four New Wildfire Models

HTC Will Release Four New Wildfire Models

HTC’s smartphone business contracts dropped dramatically over the past few years, but the company is still aiming for a resurgence. After the release of two new smartphone models, it appears that four additional smartphones are coming to the market. HTC Wildfire E This device will feature 5.45-inch display with 1440 x 720 resolution and 18:9 aspect ratio. On the back, there’s a big HTC logo on plastic rear panel with horizontal camera module and fingerprint…

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Qualcomm Introduces Snapdragon 855+ SoC

Qualcomm Introduces Snapdragon 855+ SoC

With Snapdragon 855+, Qualcomm is aiming to take the mobile gaming industry to the next level. The chipmaker usually introduces one high-end mobile chipset each year. We have been expecting the Snapdragon 865 SoC for official release in the next few months, for use on high-end devices next year. Surprisingly, Qualcomm takes the wraps off an intermediate chipset, the Snapdragon 855+. The company says that it will raise mobile gaming experience to the next level…

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Likely Details of Four 2020 iPhone Models

Likely Details of Four 2020 iPhone Models

For the 2020 launch event, Apple will launch three new iPhone models with 5G connectivity. There will be the fourth model for entry-level users. At the moment, we could just be a few months away from the official launch of the iPhone 11, although Apple hasn’t confirmed such a name yet. Rumors related to upcoming iPhone models largely focus on Apple’s belated adoption of 5G data connectivity. Of course, there are other details that we…

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Design of Google Pixel 4 XL Leaked

Design of Google Pixel 4 XL Leaked

Steve Hemmerstoffer, the popular tipster in the industry is back with a new render video of Google’s next flagship device, the Pixel 4 XL. It is quite likely the final design of the device will have a large forehead that accommodates multiple sensors. It corroborates with recent leaks that include large display, slim bezels and rather big forehead above. Hemmerstoffer says that the Pixel 4 XL will have 6.25-inch display, which is 0.15-inch smaller compared…

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Qualcomm Introduces 215 SoC for Low-Cost Smartphones

Qualcomm Introduces 215 SoC for Low-Cost Smartphones

Qualcomm is determined to continue competing with the likes of Samsung and MediaTek when it comes to internal hardware for entry-level devices. The US-based chip maker has just revealed its latest SoC aimed at budget-friendly models, the 215. Compared to the earlier 212 SoC, the new 215 should provide roughly 50 percent increased performance. It is the first 64-bit chipset for low-end smartphones, which should translate in better device longevity and performance boost. The 215…

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LG Introduces the G8S ThinQ

LG Introduces the G8S ThinQ

LG officially introduces the more affordable G8S ThinQ model. It will be on sale this month in select markets. Compared to the current flagship model, the G8 ThinQ, it packs mostly the same camera and hardware configurations. Just like the G8 ThinQ, the device also has ToF or Time of Flight sensor. Depending on the market, the G8 ThinQ has two or three cameras on the back. However, the G8S ThinQ has triple cameras on…

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China Version of an iPhone Model Will Have In-Display Fingerprint Scanner

China Version of an iPhone Model Will Have In-Display Fingerprint Scanner

Befitting of the tenth anniversary of the iPhone, Apple will release a special version of the device. Starting from iPhone X, the company has ditched the Touch ID and Home button. Face ID is the latest biometric technology for the latest iPhone models, so the device could recognize user’s identity automatically. Face ID is also available for the more affordable iPhone XR. When Apple decided to turn its back on Touch ID for good, many…

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Samsung Will Introduce Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ on August 7.

Samsung Will Introduce Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ on August 7.

Samsung confirmed recently that they will unveil new devices on August 7, 2019, which will bring the connectivity of the Galaxy lineup to the next level. Technically, it would be like a Samsung Unpacked event. Two major devices to be introduced during this event is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and Galaxy Note 10. Each of the smartphone models will have 5G and 4G LTE variants, so we will get four different units. If true,…

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Oppo Introduces the First Smartphone Ever with Under-Screen Camera

Oppo Introduces the First Smartphone Ever with Under-Screen Camera

As smartphone manufacturers seek to maximize the screen size, the much loathed notch becomes a consequence. Samsung and Huawei drilled small holes for the camera lenses as a way to make their devices nearly bezel-less. Other ways to make selfie camera disappear is by using sliders or pop-ups. However, these add mechanical complexities to the devices, which make smartphones less durable, especially due to impact when user deploys the pop-up camera. Under display camera is…

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iOS 13 Public Beta Review

iOS 13 Public Beta Review

Apple has released the first public beta of the iOS 13 and it gives us a real taste of major features of the new software version. The iOS 13 isn’t yet finalized, but the final release will be nearly or completely identical. Under the hood, the iOS 13 comes with a ton of improvements, which will make the iPhone snappier and more functional. The most coveted feature of the iOS 13 is the fully integrated…

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Samsung is Preparing a Bigger Galaxy Fold with S Pen

Samsung is Preparing a Bigger Galaxy Fold with S Pen

Despite mishaps with the first generation Galaxy Fold, an improved version is in the work with S Pen 2019 and massive display. The original Galaxy Fold has been plagued with various build quality issues and this has caused a lengthy delay. Fortunately, an impending sequel would be available for another release. It should make a lot of sense for the South Korean company to prepare for a second generation of the Fold, because the original…

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Smartphone Models With High Display Refresh Rate

Smartphone Models With High Display Refresh Rate

Display refresh rate is one of the least discussed features of smartphone. When the OnePlus 7 Pro arrived, offers 50 percent higher refresh rate, compared to other flagships devices. This offers smoother scrolling, animations and others. However, the device has lower flicker rate at low brightness, which can make your eyes feel tired quickly. However, OnePlus 7 Pro isn’t the first device with high refresh rate. Here are other smartphone models that you should consider:…

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