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Samsung Galaxy S8 Lite Spotted in TENAA listing

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Samsung has recently launched its Samsung Galaxy S series flagship devices and the company is also planning to launch the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 very soon in India. Samsung has also been working hard to launch both the budget and the mid-range devices in India.

Interestingly, yesterday an unannounced Samsung device has been spotted over TENAA, the Chinese Certification Website. According to the sources, we are expecting this device to be the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 Lite.

 

So here in this picture, we can clearly see that the company has been implementing the same design from the previous year’s flagship device. So in this design, the fingerprint reader has been placed adjacent to the camera but now with the launch of the Galaxy S9, the company has started to place the fingerprint reader right below the camera. Talking about the specifications of this device, it sports a 6.28-inch FHD+ display which comes with a resolution of 2280*1080 pixels.

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The dimensions of the device are pretty much similar to the S8+ and the S9+ but not exactly the same. This device comes with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and is backed by a 3,700 mAh battery. So basically the company is going to launch all-new device with the specs from the previous year and the specifications which are close to a flagship device.

There was also one more phone, which was spotted earlier in TENAA, which we can now be sure of as A8 Star.

If in case Samsung is planning to offer the premium features in a mid-range device, then it is sure that Samsung is going to see a hike in their sales graph.

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LG W10 Live Images Leaked. Triple Cameras & Waterdrop Notch!

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Recently LG has announced their upcoming smartphone series, named as the W series. However, LG didn’t say how many smartphones it will launch under this series. At present, it is speculated that there are at least two phones being prepared, and the live video of one among it, the LG W10 has been leaked online.

According to reports, the W10 is the base model of the W series. The leaked image reveals that the W10 will be having a curvy design, unlike the flat design as claimed by an earlier rumor. The fit and finish of the back panel suggest that the back panel might be made of metal, instead of glass. In the image, we can see that the back panel has a glossy finish.

The rear camera setup is mounted vertically, and we can only see the flash which is placed at the bottom, in the leaked image. However, the height of the camera mounting suggests that it will be spotting a dual camera setup. As we can see in the image, the LG W10 also has a fingerprint sensor which is mounted in the rear, at the traditional position.

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The model in the leaked image is shown sporting a purple color which is rare for LG smartphones, and also doesn’t have a gradient color finish. Apart from that, there is a 3.4mm audio jack at one side of the USB port, and on the other side, we have the speaker.

It is reported that the LG W10 will be priced at around $214 (RS.15,000). The other smartphones on the W series might be named as W20 and W30, according to some reports. As of now, LG has released no official statement about neither the leaked images nor the launch date and specifications of the W10.

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A Radically Different Set of Pixel 4 Renders Shows very iPhone-esque Design!

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A month ago Google launched the budget-friendly offering of their flagship pixel series, the Pixel 3a &3a XL in Google I/O 2019 held at California. Apparently, now all eyes are on their upcoming flagship, the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. According to the latest reports, the schematics of these upcoming Pixel smartphones have been leaked online. However, since the renders are based on prototypes, there might be changes in the original product.

Looking at the leaked renders, the first thing that will come to our mind is the unusually large square camera bump similar to that on the leaked renders of Apple iPhone XI, and the absence of a physical fingerprint sensor. The large size of the camera bump indicates that there will be multiple cameras in the rear. Guessing from the size of the square, we are expecting a triple camera setup in the rear, for the least. The Pixel smartphones are known for their camera performance, and looking at the render it seems Google will be stepping up its game in the camera segment.

The missing fingerprint sensors in the leaked render indicates that Google might skip the physical sensor for either an in-display fingerprint sensor or 3D face-unlock. There are also chances that the new Pixel devices will be coming with both the before mentioned unlocking features.

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In the render, the earpiece is placed on top of the screen, which indicates that Google might retain the notch. Coming to other details, there are two speaker grills on both sides of the USB Type-C port, which means that the upcoming Pixel 4 smartphones will be ditching the front facing speaker design. The volume and power button is placed at the right edge while the left edge is bare. Also, there is no 3.4mm audio jack according to the render.

While there isn’t much information available about the specs of the upcoming Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL, some reports suggest that it will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC. Google usually launches their flagships in October and it is expected that they will be doing the same with the Pixel 4 too.

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Motorola One Vision Launching on June 20th in India

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Motorola launched its first punch hole display smartphone, the Motorola One Vision in Brazil last month. Now, the Lenovo owned company has confirmed that it will be launching the smartphone in India on June 20.

Motorola announced the launch in a new teaser on Twitter, confirming that the Motorola One Vision will indeed launch on the June 20 launch event that Mototola India has sent invites for last week. The company sent out “block your date” invites last week informing that it would be a “premium device”. But after the latest teaser, it leaves no room for doubt. The trailer put emphasis on the stunning display that it calls CinemaVision.

As for specifications, the Motorola One Vision features 6.3 inch display LCD display with a 1080p+ resolution and 21:9 aspect ratio. There is an octa-core Exynos 9609 processor paired with a 4GB RAM and 128GB internal storage which can be further expanded with a microSD card.

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In the back, it has a 4D glass design with a rear fingerprint sensor and dual camera setup. It consists of a 48MP primary sensor with f/1.7 aperture and Night Vision which is the first in a Motorola smartphone. There is a secondary 5MP sensor for depth sensing along with OIS and 4K video recording support at 30fps. The front houses a 25MP camera on the punch hole for selfies and video calling.

The dual-SIM (Nano) handset runs stock Android 9 Pie and is backed by a 3,500 mAh battery supported by 15W TurboPower charging support. Additional features include Dolby certified stereo speakers, Bluetooth 5.0 support, a USB Type-C port and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

The Motorola One Vision is currently on sale in Brazil, Saudi Arabia, and Thailand. In Brazil, it is available at BRL 1,999 but we can expect the Indian pricing to be around Rs 20,000 to Rs 25,000. The device is launched with Brown and Sapphire Blue color options,

Motorola One Vision specifications

  • 6.3 inch 1080p+ display LCD display
  • 4GB RAM
  • 128GB internal storage
  • 48MP + 5MP rear
  • 25MP front
  • Android 9 Pie
  • 3,500 mAh battery
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