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HTC U12 Plus hands on Image leaked, confirms the earlier leaks.

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We’ve seen the previous leaks of And there has been some significant leaked real life images of this device surfing on the web, revealing all the designs aspects and other principals, which brings it to the table out of the box.

However it is to be specially mention that the like many other prominent upcoming smartphones following the same trail of getting occupied with a notch on the top of the display, HTC‘s all new flagship, HTC U12 plus is not one of them.

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Taking a look at its design the device seems to be similar with it’s predecessor especially in terms of having a glossy curved back  & the candy bar design with curved edges covering each corners. And it does confirm the earlier leaks that we saw about the phone.

However there are a few things which creates a distinguish. This time HTC increased the screen to body ratio by decreasing the thickness of the bezels, despite keeping the phone size smaller.

One surprising thing to note that the display won’t have any curved edges like we often see in many HTC and other devices in the market.

The front part of the device is occupied with dual camera setup on a 5.99 inch display, moving towards the back which probably seems to be made of glass with a glossy coating similar to what we have seen on the U12, besides that another dual lens setup will be found right above the fingerprint scanner placement, which turns the U12 plus a quad camera device, more over the device holds a metallic mid-frame.

Over at the right the volume rocker and the power button is placed and over at left it includes a Sim tray without any information about it’s Sim support capabilities, moving to the bottom part of the device a USB Type-C charging port is there including a dual speaker grill flanked right next to it and a microphone. However HTC didn’t include any 3.5mm jack on this device.

The device will be running on Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC coupled with 4 gigs of ram, the device will be a IP68 certified and every thing is powered by a 3,500mAh battery. However there isn’t any information available regarding the camera configuration till now. We’ll have to wait for more info for now.

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Alleged OnePlus 7 Prototype Leaked! Bezel-Less Design & UFS 3.0 on Tow!

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We all know that Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus is very quick in the product lifecycle of smartphones by launching two smartphones a year. The brand had unveiled its flagship device OnePlus 6T a few months back and its time for the leaks and speculations regarding the upcoming flagship, OnePlus 7.

A leaked image suggests the presence of the slider mechanism for housing the camera on the top of the handset. We have seen devices with slider mechanisms in the past with the Oppo Find X, & the Mi Mix 3 and it will be interesting to witness how OnePlus would implement this technology.

The top and side bezels are barely noticeable in the image. In addition to it, the corners are curved towards the edges which resemble Samsung flagship smartphones. The power button is mounted on the right side of the handset along with the alert slider seen on other OnePlus devices.

Also, the home screen shows the Never Settle wallpaper on the leaked image. There are more chances that this leaked image might turn out to be a photoshopped one, so take it with a pinch of salt. There are no official confirmations regarding this and we’ll have to wait to know more information.

The above image showcases the results of a speed test done on Androbench, a storage benchmarking tool for the latest UFS 3.0 technology and it appears like the upcoming OnePlus devices would make use of this technology according to the sources. This would result in faster transfer rates and would make the entire experience better.

The read speed reached 2279.9MB/s, while the sequential write speed reached 1801.1MB/s which are almost twice the speed of the current UFS 2.0. We’ll be getting more and more key specifications regarding the OnePlus 7 in the upcoming days. Till then, stay tuned for updates.

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Nokia 8.1 Plus CAD Renders & 360-degree Video Reveal it’s Punch Hole Display!

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The punch hole camera design is gaining traction with manufactures like Samsung, Huawei, and Honor launching smartphones with this design. HMD Global, the current manufacturer of Nokia phones is all set to launch its own smartphone with a hole in the display design. Today, 91mobiles with partnership with @OnLeaks published the first 5K renders and a 360-video of the smartphone. Though the company is yet to officially announce the name of the handset, it is speculated to be Nokia 8.1 Plus.

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From the renders, the Nokia 8.1 Plus features large display with a cut-out notch containing the selfie camera on the top-left corner. Due to the hole notch, it has thin bezels on the sides as well on the top while the chin is a little thicker. The display measures 6.22 in size and expected to offer FHD+ resolution.

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The top of the device houses a 3.5 mm headphone jack while power button and the volume rocker is placed on the left side. There is a USB Type-C port along with speaker grill and a mic. The rear gets a glass panel with the Nokia logo in the middle and the Android One branding towards the bottom. There is a dual rear camera setup with Zeiss lens at the middle part with a LED flash and a circular fingerprint sensor below it.

The phone will come as a letdown for those expecting a triple camera setup or an in-screen fingerprint sensor. The handset measures 156.9 x 76.2 7.9 mm in size with a 9.5 mm extra thickness due to the camera bump.

From the features, it is unlikely that the Nokia 8.1 Plus will be a flagship and instead could be positioned to more affordable rivals like Poco F1, OPPO F9/F9 Pro, and Vivo V11 Pro. Currently there is no other information about the smartphone but we can expect more details to surface over the next few weeks. So, stay tuned.

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Samsung Galaxy M30 Specs Leaked. Triple Cameras & 5000mAh in Tow!

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We all are eagerly waiting for the Samsung‘s S10 series and the foldable phone know as Galaxy X. The reason for this waiting is Samsung is a brand which innovates things yearly and implement on their flagships. Last month the company announced Galaxy A8s which is the first phone from Samsung to have a punch hole in thier display (infinity hole display).

After the launch, there were rumours about the Galaxy M series of devices. The Galaxy M10 & M20. And now the specifications of Galaxy M30 is leaked online. The Galaxy M series may kill the J series, as it was rumoured earlier. The good news is that these line up will come to Indian market. The M10 is the budget phone amongst these.

Samsung’s Galaxy M30 will have a big 6.38-inch Full HD display with a resolution of 2220 × 1080 pixels. The device will come with a massive 5000 mAh battery. It will run on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. Coming to internals the M30 may come with a Samsung’s Exynos 7885 chipset (hinted by the GeekBench benchmarking site).

The phone is coupled with 4GB of RAM. It will have two variants which will have a storage of 64GB and 128GB. There is no more information on the type of RAM and storage.

The M30 will have a triple camera setup just like the Galaxy A7 (2018). It will have a 13 MP+ 5 MP + 5 MP sensors. To the front it will have a 16 MP shooter. Unfortunately there is no more information on the sensors, aperture values.

As per the leaked report from allaboutsamsung.de, the Galaxy M30 will have a body dimension of 159mm × 75.1mm × 8.4mm. Also, the phone will have a physical rear mounted fingerprint sensor, 4G VoLTE support, Face Unlock.

Sadly we don’t have the date of lauch of these devices. The Galaxy M series may launch at the end of January or at the starting of February 2019. To know more about the device we may have to wait for the official announcements.

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