Vivo has finally announced the Nex 3. The latest from Vivo comes equipped with a “Waterfall FullView” OLED display. The company claims to have achieved a staggering screen-to-body ratio of 99.6 percent. The display wraps around the corner and earns the name “Waterfall FullView.”
OnePlus has announced the launch date for the upcoming OnePlus 7T. The company has chosen September 26th as the unveiling date. OnePlus will host an “online reveal of the OnePlus 7T in North America” while the “OnePlus 7T Series Launch Event” will take place on October 10.
Google has just announced that it will be holding its Made by Google 2019 event on October 15. The company will announce the Pixel 4 series along with other new hardware products.
The OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro launch is just a week ahead. As expected new leaks are trickling in as we near the launch date. A new leak reveals OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro specifications and gives you a much a needed sneak peek of the upcoming device.
In an interview, Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei told that the company would consider selling its 5G technologies to a company based out of Asia. He also said that the buyer will be allowed to modify elements and also restrict access for the products created.
The Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are yet to be officially unveiled by Google. And yet, detailed hands-on videos of these phones have made their way to the internet.
Xiaomi is known for disrupting the smartphone space with affordable devices and class-leading specs. Today the company has announced its upcoming wireless charging technology called “Mi Charge Turbo.” The unique aspect is that Mi Charge Turbo supports a rather high charging wattage of 30W.
Google will likely unveil the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL in early October at its Made by Google event. The company itself has revealed a few key details about the handsets but a lot still remains unknown about them. Spoiling Google’s party, live images of the Pixel 4 XL have leaked giving us a clear look at its design.
Google had banned and blacklisted Huawei earlier this year. The blanket ban caused unrest and cast a shadow on Huawei’s prospects in the U.S. However, the ban was temporarily lifted. Problems are far from over for Huawei as Google has refused to extend the access. Now, Huawei will be releasing smartphones without Google apps.