Not that it comes as a huge surprise, but the Galaxy S9 may land with a dual SIM version for those who need hooking up to more than one carrier or plan. Samsung has filed for regulatory approval of a dual SIM handset denoted as SM-G9608, with the “8” in the end standing for a Taiwan model.
After HMD introduced another Android smartphone a few days ago, the Nokia 7, there are only two other handsets we’re now expecting the Finnish company to reveal in the coming months.
The two upcoming smartphones belong to completely opposite price categories. While the Nokia 9 will be HMD’s next flagship, the Nokia 2 is supposed to be the company’s cheapest smartphone to date.
And the good news is there’s a high chance that it will be coming to the United States at some point. Major retailer B&H briefly listed the Nokia 2 on its website, along with information …
Thanks, leaked HomePod firmware, for all the scoops you have given us so far, but can you give us more? Sure, said the HomePod code, and spat out a few more nuggets, this time about an upcoming Apple TV upgrade. The firmware code references not only the long-awaited 4K definition output by Apple’s “hockey puck” TV dongle, but also support for the trendy HDR10, and even Dolby Vision wide color standards, if you happen to be in possession of such a UHD TV.
When it comes to the whole “getting released in the promised timeframe” thing, Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone is a bit of a failure — it’s been just short of a month since we reported that the PH-1 is running late, and yet the device is still nowhere to be found.
Expected to be officially announced at the end of this month, on July 31, the Nokia 8 will (probably) become the very first high-end Nokia smartphone since the brand has been resurrected.
While HMD Global and Nokia haven’t confirmed anything about the upcoming handset, we’ve already seen renders allegedly showing it. What’s more, it looks like today, for a brief period of time, Nokia inadvertently listed the new smartphone on its official Chinese website.
Right now, there’s no mention of the Nokia 8 on Nokia’s Chinese website, but some fans say the handset was definitely spotted …