90Hz OLED screen, new telephoto camera system, gestures and more
Google has now officially unveiled its new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones, both coming with Snapdragon 855 SoC, new 90Hz OLED screen, new rear camera system backed by the Google Pixel Neural Core, as well as hand gestures backed by Soli radar.
McLaren Edition in tow as well
OnePlus has officially unveiled the T version of the OnePlus 7 Pro smartphone, with expected upgrades and the McLaren Edition which draws its design from the automotive world.
Was not on the original list
Xiaomi's company executive has now confirmed that Pocophone F1 will be getting the new MIUI 11, although it was not on the original list.
Sets a new bar for camera benchmark
Although it was pretty clear back when it was announced, Huawei's Mate 30 Pro is now officially sitting on the top of the DXOMark camera ranking, at least for its rear camera, while the front one is still behind Samsung's flagship smartphones.
Within the first year of purchase and for $149
With Samsung Galaxy Fold finally coming to stores on September 27th, and due to its high $1980 price tag, it is a good thing that Samsung will be offering a one-time screen replacement for $149, at least for devices bought before December 31st.
People talking to robots not people
Sales of devices that talk to you, switch off your lights, lock your door and regulate how hot and cold you get will show increased growth between now and 2023.
Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL incoming
As rumored earlier, Google has now sent out press invites for its upcoming event which will take place on October 15th in New York City.
As well as a 15-inch screen model
Since Microsoft has scheduled a big Surface event for October 2nd, there were plenty of rumors floating around, suggesting that we might see both a larger 15-inch version of the new Surface Laptop, as well as first-ever one based on AMD hardware.
Running on Snapdragon 855 and with 90Hz screen
There have been plenty of Google Pixel 4 leaks and according to the latest one, the big unveil could happen on October 15th.
100+ games for $4.99 a month
Apple has finally revealed details regarding its Apple Arcade game subscription service which will launch on September 19th, offering 100+ games for $4.99 a month.