Review: Upgrade SSD for cheap
Microsoft’s Surface Pro X arrived last year and brought to the market the latest ARM-based CPU that works with Windows 10. It promises an all-day battery life, WIFI, and, more importantly, high-speed LTE connectivity with the Nano-SIM or eSIM card onboard.
Computex 19: While keeping the charge 2x longer
The new Qualcomm 8cx mobile chip is outperforming the Intel i5-8250U chip in speed and power consumption while keeping the fanless design.
Beats Snapdragon 710 SoC in Antutu
An unknown device with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 675 SoC has been spotted in a couple of benchmark databases, showing some performance details for this 11nm mid-range chip announced back in October last year.
Official invitations are out
Samsung has officially confirmed its next big Unpacked event, which will be held on February 20th, in San Francisco, and although the invitation does not reveal a lot of details, it at least confirms the Galaxy 10 name.
48MP camera, SD660 and an affordable price tag
As promised and teased earlier, Xiaomi-s CEO, Lei Jun, has now officially unveiled the Redmi Note 7, the first smartphone that will be a part of the Redmi as a sub-brand, have 48-megapixel rear camera, and Snapdragon 660 SoC, all with rather impressive CNY999 ($150) price tag.
48MP phone coming to Europe in January
As teased earlier, Honor V20, or the View 20 as it will be known outside of China, has been officially announced with an in-screen front camera, and a 48-megapixel rear camera.
Could be the upcoming OnePlus 7 (OnePlus 5G)
While OnePlus 6T has been selling like hot cakes, especially backed by T-Mobile in the US, a prototype of what could be the OnePlus 7, or the OnePlus 5G, has appeared online.
In addition to the 48MP rear camera
According to details that have been spotted online, it appears that the upcoming Honor View 20 could pack Huawei's flagship Kirin 980 SoC, in addition to the rear 48-megapixel camera and the corner hole in-screen selfie camera.
Model number, camera position, and no 3.5mm jack
A couple of leaks spotted today, including FCC certification, have provided a bit more information regarding Samsung's upcoming A8s smartphone, which could mark the future path of the company, including the looks of the flagship Galaxy S10, coming later next year.