After it was recently revealed that the latest Android P Beta contained code which hinted at wireless charging support on the Pixel 3 lineup, newly-discovered strands now suggest an update to last year’s Active Edge feature may also be in the works.
Sony’s most recent tablet dates all the way back to 2015, with the official unveiling of the Xperia Z4 Tablet. However, after three years of silence, new rumors began to circulate earlier this year that Sony was finally preparing two new successors, the Xperia Z5 Tablet and Z5c Tablet, set to be launched this summer. With the timeframe just around the corner, though, one new rumor claims Sony has decided to bail on its plans entirely.
A new EEC certificate hints at a number of upcoming Xiaomi releases. In recent times, the popular Chinese brand has been expanding into European markets at quite a rapid pace, with France and Italy being the next to receive the brand’s devices later this month. Now, thanks to a new certificate that was spotted on the Eurasian Economic Commission – which is the regulatory body in markets such as Russia, Armenia, and Belarus – it appears Xiaomi has big plans for Europe in the future.
Meizu’s upcoming 15 lineup will be unveiled April 22. The Chinese brand has made no secret of its plans to launch the smartphone lineup in celebration of the company’s 15th anniversary. So far, however, Meizu has remained pretty quiet in regards to when the devices would be unveiled. Thanks to a newly-leaked poster, though, it appears the new lineup could make an official appearance within a matter of weeks.
Motorola has a bunch of new smartphones in the pipeline, but we have yet to learn when exactly the US company plans to introduce them. There are at least three new Moto G6 handsets that Motorola may unveil soon, along with two new Moto E phones.
Obviously, this isn’t something surprising since Motorola’s entire lineup for the first half of the year has already leaked. However, we’ve just learned that the Moto G6, Moto G6 Plus, and Moto G6 Play have just received their certifications in Asia.
Two countries have already approved the new Moto G6 series – Thailand and Indonesia, which …
Motorola fans rejoice, as your favorite brand has quite a few surprises in store for you. Well, not anymore since they all ended up on the internet, but that no reason not to be excited, right?
There was no doubt that the G5 lineup will be followed by the G6, although some wondered if another G Play smartphone would be part of the new lineup once again. Well, apparently the answer is affirmative, at least according to some official (or not) images that have just leaked online. In fact, this is just a confirmation of what Evan Blass pointed out back in October.
Alcatel can’t miss a major tech event like CES (Consumer Electronics Show), even if the smartphone brand is not quite ready to introduce new products. However, a little bit of self-promotion and sneak peeks at what’s to come doesn’t hurt.
So, until the big reveal drops at MWC (Mobile World Congress) next month, the company confirmed its 2018 smartphone lineup will be split in three series: Alcatel 5, Alcatel 3 and Alcatel 1.
Alcatel 5 series will include “affordable premium tier” smartphones, which will offer features like face unlock, 18:9 full view displays …
Alcatel is an international brand, which means many of the brand’s smartphones are available in just about every corner of the world. In the United States, Alcatel is known for its Idol lineup, which usually comprises of high-end smartphones.
However, Alcatel might drop the Idol monicker according to a new image leaked by Evan Blass. The picture shows Alcatel’s entire high-end lineup for the first half of 2018 and none of the devices contains the “Idol” branding name.
At the top of the small pyramid sits the Alcatel 5, which probably means that it will be …
Lenovo is always present at two major European tech events, MWC (Mobile World Congress and IFA), but we’ve rarely seen the Chinese company launching new flagships at these trade fairs.
In any case, every time Lenovo’s booth at these exhibitions is quite large and we don’t doubt that will be the case at IFA 2017 too. However, this time Lenovo released a video that shows what IFA attendees will be able to see and try starting early September.
Lenovo’s Mirage Mixed Reality headset appears to be at the center of the video, but other products like the Lenovo …