Lenovo’s Vice President Chang Cheng has teased an upcoming flagship smartphone with around 95% screen-to-body ratio, perhaps even higher. Cheng posted the teaser image to the left (or above if you’re on a phone) and asked fans to guess what screen-to-body ratio the device will have: a) 80-84%, b) 85-89%, c) 90-94%, or d) 95%. It’s kind of hard to judge by the image, given the deliberate crop, but it’s a relatively safe bet that Lenovo’s VP wouldn’t be teasing it this way if the company wasn’t capable of producing something in the 95% range.
In case you haven’t heard, the world’s second-largest Android maker will be second in line to announce its spring flagships, after Samsung is done and dusted with the Galaxy S9 and S9+ unveiling. Scheduled for March 27, the “mooore” event in Paris is expected to reveal the P20/Pro/Lite trio, all with notch-y screens, big batteries, and great cameras for their respective class.
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.
A tweet from HTC that was disseminated on Friday, hints that a new version of the HTC Vive VR headset is due to be unveiled this coming Monday. The tweet says “New Year’s Resolution” on top. The manufacturer cleverly had “New Year’s” out of focus with the word Resolution printed as sharp as a tack. This indicates that the new Vive will have a higher resolution display than the original model. Very smart, HTC.
Considering that Monday is the opening day of the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, we’d say that everything is coming together, pointing toward the unveiling of a new …
Amazon India has started teasing a new Samsung Galaxy On handset. Considering that the Galaxy On models have always been rebranded Galaxy J units, the question is which one of the latter models is getting turned on. Or should we say, turned into an On. Amazon’s Indian website mentions the phone’s “Superior Performance,” and a “New Way To Shop.” The latter could be hinting that the phone will be equipped with Samsung Pay or another mobile payment system. Since the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro is the only model in the series with support for the complete Samsung Pay package, that could be the phone that …
Ironically, the 5T, the newest smartphone launched by OnePlus doesn’t have Android Oreo, yet, the OnePlus 3, 3T and 5 have already been updated to the latest version of the OS.
However, OnePlus confirmed soon after the 5T made it to market that the smartphone will eventually get Android Oreo. Moreover, the company said last month that it’s already working on the update and it will soon make it available through its closed beta and open beta programs.
Today, OnePlus Germany posted an intriguing message on Twitter saying that an Android Oreo beta build should …
Elon Musk, appreciates your business, Tesla owners.
The Tesla, Inc. co-founder tweeted a brief year-end ‘thank you’ note on Tuesday, expressing appreciation for those who “[took] a chance on a new company that all experts said would fail.” He ended the tweet with a simple request: Help us do better.
Wanted again to send a note of deep gratitude to Tesla owners WW for taking a chance on a new company that all experts said would fail
So much blood, sweat & tears from the Tesla team went into creating cars that you’d truly love. I hope you do.
How can we improve further?
Before Samsung reveals its next big thing, the South Korean company offers us a sneak peek at what to expect from the Galaxy Note 8. Two new video teaser hint to some of the features that Samsung believes are worth marketing before the phablet goes official.
The first video teases the optical zoom feature of the Galaxy Note 8’s camera, as well as the bokeh effect that users will be able to get while capturing shots. This comes in line with previous reports suggesting Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will feature 2x optical zoom or 3x zoom.
Of course, one of …
You might feel like it’s too soon to think about the Game of Thrones spinoffs HBO has in the pipeline, but consider this counterpoint: It’s not.
Screenwriter Jane Goldman, who will pen at least one of the prequels planned for after Thrones concludes in 2018, spoke to IGN about what her series would include — and she kept it deliberately, maddeningly vague.
“I think as a book reader or as someone who watched the series, you would say, ‘Oh, that! OK.'” Goldman said of her series. “Yeah, it would be recognizable as a past event, but I think that’s probably as far as I can go.” Read more…