Huawei’s Mate 10 — or to be more specific, three different devices all bearing the name — is coming in just a month. So it’s not that surprising that we’re seeing an increasing amount of leaks about the series, though we still have very little info on the regular Mate 10, rather than its Pro and Lite siblings.
There has never been an iPhone as leaked as the upcoming “all-screen” edition dubbed tentatively iPhone X, and today is no exception. Hours before the actual announcement, the Russkies seemingly strike again, leaking information about the most anticipated phone of the season. We kid, but what you see below is seemingly a screen grab from a carrier database that lists the specs and different versions of one iPhone X.
Since the screen diagonal is listed as 5.8″ with 1125 x 2436 pixels, we can only assume that the alleged screen grab features the “bezel-less” iPhone X rumored …
We’ve had our fair
share of leaks related to Xiaomi’s forthcoming Mi MIX 2, so one more
wouldn’t hurt, especially that we’re less than a day ahead of its
But first let’s point out
that the alleged live picture of the phablet attached to this article
has recently surfaced on Weibo in China, which is why we recommend
taking it with a grain of salt. Luckily, we won’t have to wait too
long for a confirmation since Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 will be introduced on
September 11 along with the Mi Note 3.
In case the image is
legit, it confirms Xiaomi managed to shrink the bottom bezel …
Huawei Mate 10 is the next big thing for Android fans, and as far as we know, the flagship will be quite the beauty. Although it will be unveiled later than usual, Huawei promised the Mate 10 will worth the wait.
As many of you probably know by now, Huawei Mate 10 will be officially introduced on October 16. It’s unclear when exactly the phablet will go on sale, but Huawei will probably want to make it available as soon as possible.
Even though we know quite a lot of things about the Mate 10 specs sheet thanks to many of the leaks …
Think of any device released in the past year or so that has one of those fancy new “bezel-less” designs — notice the one thing they all have in common? All of them — the Mi MIX, the G6, the S8, the Note 8, the V30, etc. — have the edges of their displays rounded off. This is a purely aesthetic choice (even though LG really wants you to think otherwise), and helps reduce the initial shock of the extra tall aspect ratio.
The announcement date for Xiaomi’s Mi MIX 2 is just around the corner, and, as usual, more and more leaks are starting to come in. We’ve already seen alleged images of the phone’s back and front, and today, we have another leak for you coming straight from Chinese website Weibo.
It has been rumored for a while now that Apple’s iPhone 7s and iPhone 8 will have wireless charging. In fact, the 7s and 7s Plus are expected to be thicker than the current duo of Apple flagships due to the glass back they will have — you can’t have inductive charging if the phone’s back is bare metal. Now, we get a look at the charging pads during the manufacturing process.
Well… allegedly. …
Huawei Mate 10 will probably the last major flagship to be introduced this year, but the Chinese company says that it will worth the wait. Even the official invitation to Huawei’s launch event promises that you won’t be sorry if you won’t cave in and buy another top-tier phone.
But how long you’ll have to wait for the Huawei Mate 10 to arrive? Well, according to this invitation, the Mate 10 will be announced on October 16, which comes in line with a previous report claiming the flagship will be unveiled on that date.
The event is set to take place in Munich, …
Once the iPhone 8 rumor floodgates get open, there’s no stopping the leaks that follow.
So, it has been reiterated time and again by the rumor mill that we will be seeing a Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 — a compact and a super-sized flagship by Google, just like last year. It’s expected that they will have the new 18:9 display ratio, which seems to be hip and cool in 2017, and it’s still unclear how that would impact their physical sizes.
A series of images compare a Galaxy S8 and a 2016 Pixel to what is allegedly a case for the upcoming Pixel XL 2. Now, that’s all well and good, and you can take a look at the photos below, but we couldn’t help but notice a headphone jack cutout on …