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New Apple iPhone Prototype CAD Renders Shows a Radical New Design!

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Apple has a mediocre year in 2018 with the three iPhones (iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and the iPhone XR) and follow-up to the Apple Watch. The Cupertino-based giant is expected to launch three devices in September 2019. Today the folks at CompareRaja with the help of tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer published exclusive renders of the 2019 Apple iPhones which are referred to as ‘iPhone XI’, which actually contradicts with the previous report by Steve himself (check it here).

From the renders, the front side of the upcoming iPhone XI (2019) looks similar to the current iPhone but with smaller notch and slightly thinner bezels. The rear however, contains the big changes with a horizontally stacked triple camera setup placed at the centre. The elongated camera unit consisted of three sensors along with a circle flash around the centre camera lens and a mic below the centre camera. The power button is situated on the right while the volume rocker is placed on the left. The lightning port will likely to be included at the bottom.

The report says that the leaks are 100% legit prototypes. According to Steve, the production is in very early stage and the 2019 iPhones are in EVT stage (Engineering Validation Test).

This leads us to two cases: Either two prototypes will be retained and released as iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max or one leaked prototype will be shelved and other will be retained. The lower variant will likely to be the iPhone XR’s successor while the other two higher variants will be the successor to the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max.

The inclusion of the triple camera setup means it will likely to be cost higher than its predecessors. Apple previously released a square camera unit which didn’t get a good response from its fans.  From previous reports, the next-generation Apple phones will have 5G capability and a Time of Flight (ToF) technology, which can create a 3D maps of anything within five meters.

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Xiaomi to launch two flagship smartphones in India with Pop-Up Cameras!

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The design language of smartphones took an entire turn last year by the introduction of notches. This year, it is the time of pop-up cameras. Smartphone manufacturers are working to implement the pop-up selfie camera mechanism in the best way possible by experimenting with different positions.

It is Xiaomi‘s turn to launch devices with pop-up selfie cameras. Images had been posted in Chinese website Weibo revealing the Xiaomi’s pop-up cameras. These will not be seen on the upcoming Redmi flagship.

There is an image posted by the CEO Lei Jun with a device with a pop-up camera resting on the table which got deleted later. Another image shows the hands-on of the device with a pop-up camera.

The alleged upcoming devices are expected to be codenamed “davinci” and “raphael”. Both the smartphones will be equipped with pop-up cameras according to the sources. The handsets belong in the flagship category and will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 855 chipset.

An in-display fingerprint scanner is also expected in at least either of the devices. It is also rumored that the brand will issue separate MIUI releases for the Indian market of code-name “raphaelin” and “davinciin.” This proves that both these devices will be available in India.

Thus, we believe both devices will launch in the Indian market. In terms of other specifications, many details are not known yet. An exact timeframe for the launch of these devices is also unknown as of now. Red and Black color variants are confirmed until now, there might be more color variants when the brand actually brings these devices to the market.

One of the devices is expected to have specifications higher than the brand’s flagship Mi 9 while the other will be specced just below the Mi 9. We’ll get to know more about these handsets in the upcoming days. Till then, stay tuned for updates.
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Moto Z4 Specs Leaked! Comes with SD675, 48MP Rear Camera & 25MP Front Camera.

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The upcoming Moto Z4 has previously been subjected to multiple leaks and rumors in the past few months. But now, the key specifications of the Motorola smartphone have surfaced online.

According to the report, the Moto Z4 will feature a 6.4 inch FHD OLED display with an in-screen fingerprint sensor. It will house a Snapdragon 675 chipset and will come with dedicated 5G mods to support the next-gen cellular network.

The device is said to come in 4GB and 6GB RAM options alongside 64GB and 128GB internal storage variants. It is not known whether there will be a microSD card for storage expansion. It might sport a waterdrop-style display notch, unlike any pop-up selfie camera phone.

As for the optics department, the handset is supposed to come with a 48MP sensor with Quad Pixel technology that will deliver a 12MP image. The phone also could come with a Night Vision mode, similar to Google’s Night Sight and have the ability to capture incredible sharp and detailed 6MP photos in lowlight environment. It is speculated to offer a 25MP selfie camera along with Group Selfie mode.

The Moto Z4 is reported to run on Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box and come preloaded with features like Digital Wellbeing and Google Lens. Additionally, it could also include the company’s proprietary Moto Display, Moto Actions, and Moto Experience. On the connectivity part, the rumor is that it will retain the 3.5 mm headphone jack and house a USB Type-C port. There may be a pogo-pin connector for Moto Mods like seen on some previous renders.

According to a report by 91Mobiles citing internal marketing material, the Moto Z4 will be priced with “half the price” of the flagships available at the present stage. However, the actual price is yet to be revealed by the Lenovo owned company. Its predecessor, the Moto Z3 was launched in US last year with a price tag of $480 (Rs. 33,500 approx).

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Lenovo Z6 Pro Leak Reveals it’s Quad Camera set-up, which can take 100MP Photos

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A few days ago, Lenovo confirmed that it will be launching its Lenovo Z6 Pro smartphone in China on April 23. Ahead of its launch, the key specs of the upcoming flagship smartphone have been revealed online. The company’s Vice President and General Manager of Lenovo’s consumer business in China have shared a few photos of the phone’s features through Weibo, confirming its camera features.

 

The released images confirm that the Lenovo Z6 Pro will sport four cameras on the rear with a 48MP primary sensor. Furthermore, it also confirms the phone to be capable of taking 100MP photos that will make it the first Snapdragon 855 powered smartphone to do that. Earlier, camera features like HyperVision camera, Super Night View, Super Steady Shot were teased

A recent leak revealed that the device will feature a waterdrop notch display and have 90 percent screen-to-body ratio. It will also come with an in-screen fingerprint sensor. A screenshot of the phone’s network icon was posted by a company’s executive last week. It confirms the handset will have support for 5G connectivity. The retail box of the smartphone with red and black elements was also revealed by the company. Lenovo claims both the actual phone and the retail box is designed by the team behind the torch that carried the flame in the 2008 Summer Olympics.

While the Lenovo Z6 Pro full specifications are not known, we know that it will be powered by the top-of-the-line Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. It will be the Chinese manufacturer’s second smartphone with this chipset after Lenovo Z5 GT that offers up to 12GB of RAM. It will succeed the Lenovo Z5 Pro with an SD 710 chipset that was launched last year.

As of now, there is not much information about the handset. But we don’t have to wait much as the launch is next week where the pricing and availability details will be announced. Ahead of the Z6 Pro’s official launch, the company has made it available for reservations through the company’s official website and JD.com in China.

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