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Renders of the Lenovo Z5 show the front-facing camera

Surprisingly, this time around the latest Lenovo Z5 info comes from a leak and not from the company's VP. All the information we have on the device so far was officially teased from the Lenovo's official, but now something extra has slipped through the cracks. The renders show the promised nearly bezel-less display with a small chin on the bottom. This is in line with the previous teasers showing nothing but screen and thankfully no notch. They also reveal how Lenovo has tackled the front-facing camera and the accompanying sensors problem. Lenovo Z5 press renders Just like...



Realme X2 Pro release date announced!

Chinese smartphone maker, Realme is set to release its first flagship-grade smartphone what will be named the Realme X2 Pro. While few leaks in the past have revealed its launch date, in an formal teaser, Realme has confirmed that the smartphone will be launched on the 15th of October in China. Besides, it has In addition revealed in-depth details about the composition of the rear digital camera setup what is aligned in a vertical arrangement. The base camera scanner will be the Samsung made 64 MP that has a 1/1.72 inch outsole; paired with a 13 MP telephoto lens that supports 20x hybrid zoom, an 8 MP super wide-angle lens that has a 115-degree FoV (field of view) and a 2 MP sensor. Realme X2 Pro launch date Talking about its another features that have already been flowed out via its TENAA listing, the Realme X2 Pro will have a 6.5-inch display that has a Full HD+ resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. Noteworthy, the display panel will have a refresh rate of 90 Hz which will supply a fluid viewing experience. To securely bypass the screen lock, it will have an better in-screen fingerprint which manufacturer claims can unlock the smartphone in just 0.23 seconds. For clicking selfies, it will have a 16 MP camera which will be housed in the notch over the display. The handset will be fueled by a 4,000mAh battery that will support 50W SuperVOOC Flash Charging tech. It will be kitted with the most recent Sd 855+ SoC what is produced using 7 nm fabrication process. The smartphone will run on ColorOS 6 what is based on top of Android 9 Pie. Other highlighting function will be the 3.5 mm audio jack that most additional high-end flagships have done with to make room for other critical sections. In terms of memory and storage, it will be estimated with upto 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of UFS 3.0 memory. Almost All the things about the up coming Realme phone has been flowed out via formal or unofficial resources. Soon we Furthermore obtain information about its price tag and availability at the launch event what is set for the 15th of October.



Samsung Galaxy Note9 promotional poster leaks showing a blue phone with a yellow S Pen

As we get ever closer to its August 9 official introduction, Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note9 just keeps on leaking. Today we have a shot of what is claimed to be a promotional poster being readied for the handset's launch. It shows us the oft-leaked new positioning of the fingerprint sensor on the back, which sits below the horizontal elongated island that houses the dual cameras, flash, and heart rate monitor. It's also confirming that the Note9 is keeping the headphone jack. For those afflicted by OCD, the closeup of the device's bottom may be heartbreaking, what with the misaligned...



Samsung Galaxy S6 receiving new update

Samsung has started rolling out a new update to its Galaxy S6 smartphone. Arriving as firmware version G920FXXU5EQFC and currently hitting units in Europe, it's basically a security update that brings Android fixes for the month of June. In addition to the security patch, the update also includes some performance-related improvements and usual bug fixes. Only unlocked units of the phone are getting the update at the moment. Also, there's currently no information on whether or not the edge variant is also being updated, although there's no reason for that not to be happening soon if...



4G speeds in US recover after unlimited plans crashed them

2017 was a good year for mobile users in the United States - Verizon launched its unlimited data plan, T-Mobile responded by one-upping its costs, AT&T followed two weeks later, and Sprint went one step further with prompting users to switch from Big Red. But the Unlimited 4G revolution came at a price - speeds went south. The situation improved in the three-month period, ending in November 2017, where all four major carriers saw LTE speeds improve, even if AT&T and Verizon are still struggling to reach their initial speeds. August saw all-time low 4G speeds for AT&T and Verizon...