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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Renders Reveals the Phone in it’s all Glory!

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Samsung has been planning to launch their next upcoming flagship the Galaxy Note 9, earlier on 9th of August, and we saw various renders of the same too.

However, a couple of other leaked renders showed up and this time it’s coming from one of the most renowned news journals Onleaks & 91mobiles who have teamed up to bring some leaked renders about the device, which can be the real deal considering the reputation of OnLeaks regarding this.

Take a look at the renders:

 

According to their reports, this time around the device is probably going to be almost same as what Samsung showed us with it’s 2017 launched predecessor the Galaxy Note 8. Although there would obviously be little changes and minor improvements in terms of the design layout.

To be more specific, the company has changed the placement of the fingerprint scanner and moved it right below the camera bump, which makes the scanner more easier to be found by users and it also turned out to be helpful to avoid smudges on the camera lenses.

Moreover, if these renders are to be quite accurate to what the phone will actually look like, then it can also be presumed that Samsung will also skip the decision of bringing an in display fingerprint, as it doesn’t make any sense to put two fingerprint scanner authentication in a single phone.

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Apart from that, the Camera placement appeared to be quite smaller than what was shown at the last years Note 8 version and to be more precise it’s also subtle and having a similar array of what was displayed in this year in the Galaxy S9.

However, it is also important to note that despite all the minor changes and overall improvements which are made on the phone, still thankfully Samsung didn’t break the infinity display of its Note lineup by bringing in a notch at the top of the display.

And the bezels also seem to be a bit lesser than what Note 8 flaunted last year. It appears that the company will also not ditch the 3.5 mm headphone jack which is something that is getting very rear to be found on smartphones especially the flagship ones.

Overall bare in mind that all these are just a couple of leaked renders and rumored details surfing on the web, which can’t be considered as the accurate details of the aforementioned device, so lets wait until the device gets officially launched.

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Moto One Power Live Hands On Photos Leaked Online!

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Last month, it was revealed that Motorola One Power is coming soon, a Moto phone with Android One and finally, a quite modern design. And just two weeks ago, the specs of the Motorola One Power also leaked. Now, a few photos of the phone have leaked online which shows the phone in its full glory.

Some people may hate the design and looks, as Motorola has made it quite modern but added a notch and it’s not just a small one like Essential Phone or Lenovo Z5. The notch is quite big and houses the front-facing camera, LED flash, speaker, and sensors. The LED flash increased the size of the notch a bit but at the same time, it is beneficial to users as they will be able to capture selfies in low light.

Now, in the above image, the notch and the sensors, LED, camera, speaker are visible. Here it can be seen that despite the photo show Motorola One Power in the black color variant, the bezels on top aren’t quite thin. But let’s not just talk about the notch only.

This photo shows the right edge of the device where we can see the power button and the volume rockers, and hence, the SIM tray is placed on the left edge.

While we have seen the front which shows the display and the notch, there isn’t an image showing what lies at the bottom, below the display. As of now, we are not pretty sure whether the Motorola Batwing Logo Placed on the back is actually a fingerprint scanner or not. But it’s quite sure that if it is not the scanner, many Motorola fans will get angry because of the absence of dimple.

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On the back, a dual camera setup can be spotted along with the LED flash and the Moto branding, again it can not be totally confirmed whether it is really a scanner or not, though it kinda looks like a standard scanner. Now, the camera setup is quite familiar and resembles the camera module on the iPhone X. There are two sensors, placed into the module separated by a small gap where lies the dual tone LED flash.

On the back, at the bottom, there is the Android One branding which is a bit appealing to many as users whoever would grab the phone can have the peace of mind regarding Android updates and security patches, and enjoy a bloatware free Stock Android experience. At the bottom of the phone, there is the USB-C port, which is a good addition along with the speaker grille. But we don’t see a headphone jack there, so maybe there could be one at the top.

In terms of specifications, the Motorola One Power will sport a 6.2-inch screen. The phone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor, coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB onboard storage. There is one 12MP and a 5MP lens on the back, and the selfie camera is an 8MP shooter. The phone will run Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and will also get Android P as it is an Android One phone, the phone packs a considerable big 3780mAh battery.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Hands On Image appears Online, Most Probably Faked

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Samsung Galaxy S series will be celebrating its 10th anniversary next year. The South Korean will be surely bring something innovative like Apple did with its iPhone X. A live hands-on image of the alleged Galaxy S10 has surfaced online and it looks stunning.

We are almost near to having a perfect Full-Screen bezeless display. After the disappointment of the Lenovo Z5, the Vivo NEX and the recently launched Oppo Find X came with almost perfect displays with a little chin below. The leaked image shows that Galaxy S10 will even go further and eliminate the lower chin bezel, a perfect true bezel less display.

Although it is not clear where the front camera will be placed, we have seen some innovate ways to include it from the OPPO Find X which features a pop up slider. Nonetheless, there had been some rumours that the company is working on embedding selfie cameras into the screen. Moreover the company is speculated to bring triple cameras and 3D scanning feature with the device.

There is also the problem of earpiece and other sensors. There are reports that indicate that Samsung and LG has been working on a sound-emitting display in their flagships. Xiaomi previously used “cantilever piezoelectric ceramic acoustic technology” in the Mi Mix but it didn’t work out so well which led the company to bring back the earpiece in the Mi Mix 2. Maybe Samsung could take a lesson for it. 

Anyways, take a good look at the image and you can see that this one might be a photoshopped image, just look at the chin of the device and the reflections in the screen, and you’ll see that it’s fake. Also, reputed leaker OnLeaks tweeted out this:

As for the launch dates, Galaxy S10 flagship, rumours  claim it will be launched in the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next year, the annual trade show which will be held in Las Vegas from January 8 to 11. This is quite early compared to the Galaxy S9 series but this is because Samsung is aiming for Mobile World Congress (MWC) launch next year for its hyped Foldable smartphone. The company wouldn’t want to lunch two big launches in the same event stealing each others limelight.

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3 alleged Apple iPhone X Dummy Models Shows up in a Video

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There were rumours that Apple is planning to launch four new iPhones this year in September. The iPhone SE2 was supposed to be a part of the launch but now it seems that Apple has cancelled it and it won’t be coming anytime soon. However, people are eagerly waiting for the other three devices from Apple. We have already seen many images, CAD renders and 360-degree video based leaks of the new iPhones in past.

Now, a new video sourced from Macotakara has appeared online which showcases dummy models of three unreleased iPhones. The blog claims that these 3D mockups are close to the final designs found from Asian supply chains.

The first one is a standard 5.8 inch iPhone X which is expected to be launched as iPhone X 2018. This device measures 143.65 x 72.03 x 7.69 mm which is almost on par with the dimensions of last years iPhone X. There is a meagre difference of 1.1mm which implies that iPhone X cases can be used for the 2018 version as well.

The next one is a 6.1-inch LCD iPhone which measures 150.91 x  75.72 x 8.47 mm and will be the cheapest one in the group. It is slightly thicker than the alleged iPhone X 2018 and is suspected to be a completely new device by Apple.

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Another one is a large 6.4-inch iPhone that measures 157.53 x 77.44mm and has a thickness of 7.85mm. In terms of physical aspects, it is very close to the iPhone 8 plus. It sports an OLED display and is 1mm shorter as well as 1mm wider compared to the iPhone 8 plus. The blog also mentions that this alleged iPhone X Plus will come with same cameras as the current iPhone X.

The above video gives us a definite idea about the upcoming iPhones. However, we cannot believe blindly on the confirmation that these are exact mockups of the real ones, so take these with a pinch of salt. We will keep you updated with the latest information on the same. Till then, stay tuned.

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