Sony is expected to launch a brand new phone in just about a week and the company has now teased that the device will come with a new design.
Earlier this week, we showed you a couple of renders that allegedly show the front and back of the Meizu 15 Plus. The handset features very thin bezels, an 18:9 aspect ratio, and a dual camera setup on back. Below the rear camera is either a 10-LED flash (like the one found on the Meizu Pro 6 Plus) or perhaps a laser auto focus for the snappers on back. The phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 845 mobile platform or the Exynos 8895 chipset.
Besides the 15 Plus, Meizu is planning on launching a smaller version of the device which carries the moniker of the Meizu 15. A render of the phone …
Curved OLED displays aren’t just a Samsung prerogative any more, it seems, as Elephone is eking out models with such screens, but made by one of the largest display companies in China. BOE introduced a flexible OLED screen back in October, and Elephone is seemingly the first one to take advantage of the gear that breaks Samsung and LG’s duopoly in the industry of thin, frugal displays with ultrahigh contrast ratio.
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A couple of months ago, Elephone teased us with a bit of information about an upcoming smartphone — the Elephone S9. The handset is supposed to be the company’s flagship, offering decent specs at an aggressive price point. We know that it will have a curved AMOLED screen with the new 18:9 aspect ratio, and minimal bezels, but the rest of the details were fuzzy.
Tall, nearly bezel-less displays are old news by now, with nearly everyone in the industry having already shown what its own take on the idea looks like. And in its brief lifetime, the trend has moved beyond just flagship devices, with both little-known Chinese manufacturers and bigger names like LG releasing cheaper devices utilizing the design.
If the design of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ leaves you breathless, a new report published today says that Samsung is working on a screen that would come with four curved sides instead of just two. The top and bottom would also be curved making for a truly bezel-free screen. Such a display would cover more than 98% of the phone’s front body. Samsung rival LG is also believed to be working on a similar panel.
According to today’s report, Samsung was originally going to use this new screen on the Apple iPhone 8 this year. Recently, Samsung signed a two-year contract with Apple, …
With “curved screen” and “edgeless display” designs becoming distinguishing features of truly modern smartphones, odds are good that we’ll be seeing plenty of such specimens pop up throughout 2017. The technology is available, Samsung and LG’s flexible OLED screen factories are firing at full capacity, and people seem to love the sleek, futuristic look of smartphones like the Galaxy S8, the LG G6, or last year’s Xiaomi Mi Mix.
The path is clear for all manufacturers willing to update their flagship phone designs, and that’s a great thing! This year, we are very …
Meizu is a prolific smartphone maker capable of launching new phones every three to six months. The company may be ready to fire at the flagship range not too far in the feature, for PriceRaja has obtained an alleged photo of the Meizu Pro 7. Unfortunately, it looks like it was taken with a potato, but that’s all we have to work with at this point. The smartphone pictured looks just like a Meizu Pro-line phone, but with a curved display like on the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. Also visible in the photo is a sidebar with shortcuts to frequently used apps, which shows Meizu …
Huawei’s flagship smartphone, the P10 is just one month away, but for those of you who don’t might getting some info before the big announcement, we have some good news.
A couple of new press renders of the smartphone have just appeared in China, so we can get a clear look at what’s to come. First of all, we have two pictures of the P10’s front side, and another one showing the phone’s back side.
If the photos are the real deal, then they prove Huawei has decided to relocate the fingerprint sensor on the front side, most likely under the physical Home button.
The back side …
Right before the New Year begins — and with it, CES — tech companies tend to out many of their upcoming wares before the show even starts. Take Samsung for example, with their new CH711 quantum dot curved monitor. The CH711 comes in two sizes: 27 or 31.5-inch displays, both with 2560 x 1440 (WQHD) resolution. Naturally,Samsung is touting the deep and distinct 1800R curvature… Read More
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