Following the big leak which suggested Apple’s iPhone 8 would feature an in-screen embedded Touch ID fingerprint scanner, many have wondered if Samsung would be able to perfect and launch that tech with the upcoming Galaxy Note 8.
Unfortunately, if this recent reveal by an “industry insider” is to be believed, it won’t and here’s why.
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Apple‘s been rumoured to do something big this year for the iPhone because it’s celebrating its 10th anniversary. What could they be doing, you might ask? Well, based on the latest leak from the Redditors in r/iPhone, it looks like it’s going to be a really futuristic-looking iPhone with an edge-to-edge display and a vertical dual-camera module.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 isn’t even launching until the end of March, but thanks to leakster Evan Blass (aka @evleaks), we have a list of what looks like the official specs for Samsung’s latest flagship — the S8+. Here are the details.
With Samsung out of the running for MWC 2017, at least when it comes to smartphones, LG looks to take all the spotlight as their flagship G6 should get its unveiling at the world’s largest mobile show. But that also means the G6 takes centre stage when it comes to leaks and its latest one reveals that the new handset may come in more than one body type.
Oh dear. It looks like one of Xiaomi’s upcoming handsets may have just been leaked. No, it’s not the successor to the Mi 5, instead it looks like the alleged successor to Xiaomi’s affordable flagship Redmi Pro.
We saw, in an extensive leak a few days ago, that Samsung might be playing it safe with the battery capacities on their upcoming Galaxy S8 smartphones. That makes sense, but a recent report surfaced which claims that Samsung’s new flagship devices may instead have bigger cells than their predecessors.
Although the Samsung Galaxy S8‘s launch is still some ways off, we already have a photo of what is allegedly the Samsung Galaxy S8. And you know what? Most of the rumours that we’ve heard so far are apparently true.
It would seem that 2017 will be the year of the bezel-less smartphone. As the biggest mobile event of the year, MWC 2017, draws closer, leaks from the likes of LG reveal that the company’s upcoming G6 flagship smartphone will severely cut down on screen bezels. Now, a new report from The Guardian hints at the fact that Samsung will debut their own version of a bezel-less display.
The Guardian are calling it an ‘infinity’ display and apparently it’s bezels are so thin, Samsung couldn’t even put their logo in front.
As LG looks poised to launch their upcoming flagship, the G6, at the end of next month, a new report from Forbes just dropped that sheds some light what might be disappointing for LG fans to hear: The LG G6 will allegedly not come with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 processor and here’s why.
As the date of Google‘s big announcement draws closer, we find ourselves with several fascinating pieces of information about the new Pixel smartphones as well as a look at what could be the new Chromecast Ultra.
Does Andromeda ring any bells?
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