As we inch towards the official Huawei P40 series launch, the device has been leaked in all its glory. The latest leak from WinFuture includes multiple images of both the P40 and P40 Pro and also details about pricing.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Series was introduced early this month. The device is yet to ship to customers, however, Samsung is already busy fixing a camera issue. Apparently reviewers have found a bug on the Galaxy S20 Ultra camera. Now Samsung has responded and says that it is currently working on a fix.
Over the past several years we have seen different ways in which users could interact with their smartphones. We have seen squeezable frames, motion sensors and also an ability to navigate by using fingerprint sensors. Google recently launched the first preview of Android 11 and the folks at XDA-Developers have unearthed a new gesture in the code.
Xiaomi has pulled the wraps from Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. The new devices from Xiaomi come armed with a quad-camera setup and are powered by Snapdragon 865. The 108MP camera is definitely the highlight and the Mi 10/Mi 10 Pro is the first Xiaomi device to feature punch-hole display for the selfie camera.
In the recent past, Android phone manufacturers are competing with each other when it comes to superior fast charging support. Now Nubia is seemingly working on an Android phone that supports up to 80W fast charging.
Thanks to Evleaks we now have a fair idea of how Huawei’s next flagship would look like. Evan Blass says that the phone pictured above is P40 Pro and it will come with ceramic construction. Also noticeable is the curved glass on the front and at the back.
A recent leak has already made us familiar with what to expect from the upcoming Galaxy S20 series. Now a hands-on video by XDADevelopers shows off the upcoming Samsung Galaxy flagship in full glory. It also confirms that all three models in the Galaxy S20 series will offer a display with a 20:9 aspect ratio.
Samsung has been caught lying through its teeth. In a recent statement to Korea’s Yonhap News Agency, Samsung said that 1 million Galaxy Folds have been sold. Now the company has backtracked and clarified that it has not sold 1 million Galaxy Folds. However, it has also declined from mentioning the Galaxy Fold units sold.
It is not unusual for Google to restrict new features to the latest Pixel phone before making it available on older Pixels. They did the same with Google Lens and many other apps. One of the biggest highlights of the Pixel 4 was the audio recorder which not only recorded audio but also transcribed the same. Now Pixel 4’s audio recorded is available on older devices including Pixel 2 and 3.
Google has released security patches for Pixel phones. The company had said that this would be the last patch for 2016 Pixels. It is worth noting that the first Pixel missed out on security patches for the last two months. That apart, Google is yet to issue a security patch for the latest Pixel 4 and 4 XL.