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Motorola One Leaked! Comes with iPhone X esque Design & Glass Back!

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Last month, a new Moto phone called as Motorola One Power was revealed with rendered images and leaks revealed some of the specs as well. Now, just a while ago, another phone called as Motorola One has emerged on the web. This time also, the source is Android Headlines and as per their claims, this is a separate phone and with Motorola One and Motorola One Power, Motorola may introduce a new lineup.

As of now, there are only a few things known about this phone. As per Android Headlines, the Motorola One is smaller than the One Power. However, the exact dimensions and display size are not known yet. However, these two may be quite similar and while the Motorola One might be a budget phone, the Motorola One Power might come with a bigger battery and emphasize on a better performance.

Moto One vs. Motorola One Power

Moto One vs. Motorola One Power

The Motorola One and One Power look quite similar to each other. There is the same front panel with a notch and an edge-to-edge display. While the back is quite similar but not the same. The fingerprint scanner placement is quite the same and the rear camera setup in the top-left corner. However, on the Motorola One, the cameras are separated and the LED flash is placed at the middle of the two lenses, though in the case of One Power, both of these lenses were placed on a single module.

Motorola One vs. Motorola One Power

The naming also suggests that Motorola may introduce these phones under Google’s Android One program to provide swift updates. However, in terms of specs, nothing is known yet. It is rumored that the Motorola One Power will sport a 6.2-inch Full HD+ display and will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636, coupled with 4GB of RAM. There will be a dual 12 MP + 5 MP dual camera setup on the back. So as of now, we can guess that the Motorola One will pack a slightly lesser powerful processor, a smaller battery mostly. But until there are any updates, nothing can be confirmed.

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Honor 9X Pro to come with Kirin 810, 48MP IMX582 Primary Camera & 20W Fast Charging!

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Honor 9X series seems to be the company next launch with the Honor 9X Pro certified from FCC and China’s 3C a few days ago. The smartphone’s specifications were a mystery but now a Twitter user @RODENT950 has revealed the smartphone’s specifications. Another Twitter user who goes by the name Huawei Club has posted about the device’s alleged chipset.

According to the tweet by @RODENT950, the Honor 9X Pro will feature a punch-hole LCD with a screen size between 6.5 inches to 6.7 inches. The rear side will sport a quad camera setup consisting of a 48MP IMX582 primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, a 2MP dedicated macro camera and a 2MP depth sensor. The front will offer a 25MP camera. He further mentions it will carry a 4,000 mAh battery with 20W fast charging and a 3D glass design.

Now, @ClubHuawei reveals that the Huawei 9X Pro will be powered by the Kirin 810 SoC. According to him, the Kirin 810 is Huawei’s upcoming mid-range 7nm SOC that has its self developed NPU. It will also be powering the upcoming Huawei Nova 5(standard version) apart from the Honor 9X Pro.

Honor’s 9X series will likely to have the standard Honor 9X and the Honor 9X Pro. They are the successor to the last year’s Honor 8X and Honor 8X Max. Considering the recent US ban on Huawei and the number of companies that have severed ties with the company including Google, the smartphones may face some problems in the near future. It is not clear whether it will run the Android-based EMUI or Huawei’s Hongmeng OS that is rumored to debut on the second half of 2019.

There is no word about the launch date but the FCC and 3C certification hints that the launch is imminent. Like its predecessors, they are likely to be launched in the Indian market.

NOTE: The featured image is an Honor 8X, and is used for representational purposes.

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Vivo Z1 Pro to come with SD712, Punch Hole Display. Revealed in a Hands On Video!

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Vivo India has launched a teaser page for their upcoming smartphone, the Vivo Z1 Pro in their website, and it reveals some of the important specifications of the phone. Earlier it was speculated that the Vivo Z1 Pro that is to be launched in India will be a rebranded Vivo Z5x. However the newly released teaser suggests that the rumor was indeed false, and the two smartphones are entirely different.

According to the teaser in the Vivo India website, the Vivo Z1 Pro will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 processor. Vivo even goes further and teases that the Z1 Pro is the first Snapdragon 712 powered smartphone in India, along with the tagline ” Performance! Fully Loaded”.

The Snapdragon 712 processor is technically an overclocked Snapdragon 710, along with some new features such as support for Quick Charge 4+ and Qualcomm’s True Wireless Stereo Plus technology. The processor was announced earlier this year, and the only smartphone running on it currently is Mi 9 SE.

Coming to the design segment, the Vivo Z1 Pro comes with a punch hole camera design, which houses a 32MP in-display selfie camera, as opposed to the 16MP camera onboard the Vivo Z5x. However, there isn’t much information about the display. In the rear, there is a triple camera setup, which is believed to be a depth sensor and wide angle sensor along with the main shooter.

The Vivo Z1 Pro will be powered by a huge 5000 mAh battery, and will also have support for 18w fast charging technology. Coming to other elements, Vivo did not ditch the audio jack unlike what many other companies are doing now. Also, it comes with a traditional fingerprint sensor which is mounted at the back.

In the teaser, the Vivo Z1 Pro is shown in the Aurora color variant. While there is no release date mentioned in the teaser, we can expect it any time soon since the teaser is out.

The phone has also been revealed by a hands-on video posted by Smartprix.com on Instagram, take a look:

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Google Pixel 4 Spotted in the Wild, Confirms recent leaked design

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Pixel leaks have already started pouring out getting off to a strong start this week. Google responded soon by providing an official image of the device. Now, a tipster for 9to5Google has spotted the Google Pixel 4 in the wild. The leak looks genuine and it lines up with the design Google provided.

The leaked images which are shared by an anonymous tipster show the device with a rear camera array and placement that is identical to the official design from Google. Though there is no way to check the authenticity of the image, we believe we are indeed looking at a real-life Pixel 4.

Since the design has been already revealed to the public, there is not much information from the leaked images. If we notice carefully, there seems to be a microphone cut-out on the top of the device. This might be the XL model given the size in the user’s hand. The phone is encased in a case which looks like a fabric design unlike the Google’s official cases for the Pixel 2, 3 and 3a.

The leak of the Pixel 4 doesn’t come as much of a surprise as it has already happened before. The first Pixel was spotted on a train and gave away the details while the Pixel 3 XL’s notch design was leaked ahead of the official launch.

The tipster shared that the device was spotted in London, but no other images of the handset were taken. However, they were able to get a quick peek at the front of the device and confirmed that the rumoured “forehead” did seem large and sports the two front cameras from the last year’s model.

There is no official date for the Pixel 4 launch but looking at the history the first Pixel was launched in October. The Pixel 2 and Pixel 3 followed the same pattern which leads to the speculation that Google will unveil the Pixel 4 sometime in the second half of October. There is also another rumour that Google will integrate its Project Soli radar chip, but it is too early to comment on how the tech will be utilized in the Pixel 4.

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