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Micromax launches Canvas Infinity with 18:9 full vision display

Micromax has decided to get on the wide screen bandwagon with the new Canvas Infinity. The phone has been launched in India for INR 9999 ($155) and will be available exclusively on Amazon India. The Canvas Infinity has an 18:9 display with curved corners that looks like the one on the LG Q6. Micromax even calls it Full Vision, which is also what LG calls it, so it seems Micromax forgot to draw the line somewhere. The Canvas Infinity is powered by a Snapdragon 425, which is a step down from the not-too-impressive-to-begin-with Snapdragon 435 on the LG Q6. It is paired with 3GB of...



Gboard 6.1 Beta adds ability to translate text within the keyboard

Google has updated the Gboard beta app to 6.1 with some new features. One of the features is built-in translations. You can start typing in your language and the keyboard will automatically translate and enter the translated text in the text field as you type. Apart from that there is also a new theme selector. The themes are laid out in rows separated by categories such as Custom, recently used, colors, and landscapes. In landscapes you get a bunch of stock images that can be used as background images for your keyboard. Other additions include the ability to predict emoji...



Huawei Enjoy 9 shows up on TENAA

The latest market analysis shows Huawei gained ground in smartphone sales on Samsung during the past quarter. One of the reasons is the Chinese manufacturer releases a massive amount of devices to serve every possible price segment. If you want a cheaper midranger with a fingerprint scanner on the back, you can go for the Enjoy 9 Plus (better known as Huawei Y9 2019). But if you don't want that sensor, Huawei is working on a slightly cheaper option called Enjoy 9 that's just went by TENAA. Huawei Enjoy 9 The specs of the phone look pretty basic - a 6.6" LCD with HD+...



Lenovo’s VP confirms – the Lenovo Z5 Pro coming on November 1

Lenovo is looking to redeem itself with a true flagship smartphone after the Z5 debacle and will be announcing it on November 1. This is as official as it gets because it comes for the company's vice president. In a Weibo post, Chang Cheng published a teaser poster confirming the slide-out camera mechanism and a full-screen display. The sketch is accompanied by Lenovo's mobile division new slogan. The Lenovo Z5 Pro is still one big mystery - the only solid intel we have on the handset is its quad-camera setup on the back capable of 2x telephoto zoom and a few camera samples...



Green Redmi Note 8 Pro is Formal rendered

today, Redmi has just appeared off the new device in high-quality formal renders. The Redmi Note 7 Pro‘s flagship was its blue color version but for its successor, the brand has chosen a unique emerald green colour. Truthfully, it appears to be fairly varied and gives the smartphone a high quality vibe. Redmi Note 8 Pro featuredGiven that the hand positions vary in each picture, it’s like if Redmi is trying to reveal us something from these photographs. Sad to say, we weren’t able to decipher the code. If you do figure it out, let us have idea in the comments down below! Green Redmi Note 8 Pro 1 These renders Additionally serve the purpose of revealing you that the phone’s signal will be powerful in any position. The company has optimized the antenna placement to ensure strong connectivity in any grip position. Green Redmi Note 8 Pro 2 The Redmi Note 8 Pro shouldn’t be too wide and really should be delicate to hold. Like previously teased, the smartphone will feature a quad-camera setup at the back with one of the sensors being the fresh 64MP Samsung GW1. We can In addition confirm that the fingerprint scanner will be located at the back. Green Redmi Note 8 Pro 3 Even though the smartphone may perhaps have a tall profile, it most undoubtedly won’t be lightweight. This is since Redmi has established that the Note 8 Pro will include a large 4500mAh battery on board. Redmi’s GM Lu Weibing adds that because the Redmi Note 8 Pro arrives with the Helio G90T gaming cpu which is built using a 12nm process, its power utilization is higher than additional 7nm processors. To solve this problem!, the manufacturer made a decision to include an even greater battery on the new gadget. He also confirmed that the smartphone will arrive with a charger faster than 10W. This was likely his way of making fun of the Honor 9X what options a slow 10W charger. Green Redmi Note 8 Pro 5 Did we mention that the smartphone arrives with liquid cooling too? Yes! The Redmi Note 8 Pro will come with copper pipe liquid cooling what the brand says reduces the phone’s temperature by 4-6°C. So it really should be in a position to use Helio G90T’s full potential for gaming. The company’s teasers have established that gaming is a priority function for the device as even the antennas are placed considering a user’s gaming position to ensure the suitable connectivity. Green Redmi Note 8 Pro 6 Overall, if the new Redmi Note 8 Pro is priced close its predecessor’s pricing, we are looking at a new champion in this section. But, with liquid cooling and Helio G90T onboard it’s fairly possible that this fresh generation model will be valued higher than the RN7Pro.