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Weekly poll: what’s the ideal weight for a phone?

We often argue about ergonomics at the office - hard to grip screens with curved sides are the usual talking point, especially when it comes to one-handed use. But recently we started thinking about weight. Have phones become too heavy? Typing is the biggest problem - the keyboard is at the bottom of the screen and you need to reach from the left side to the right side. This means you hold the lower half of the phone and you don't grip the phone securely (because then you can't reach the farther edge of the screen). There are plenty of phones that weigh 200g - iPhone 8 Plus, Galaxy...

Huawei Y7 Prime (2018) review

We have for review the Huawei Y7 Prime (2018), a phone positioned somewhere in the lower midrange in the company's lineup, and isn't it a varied lineup?

LG teases G6 water and dust resistance with new videos

The LG G6 announcement is just over a week away and the hype is getting real. LG keeps boosting that with little teasers that focus on specific features of the device. This time we got two videos, focusing on the device's water and dust resistance. LG teased the outline of the device along with sneaky background, hinting to the IP certification. The first 11-second clip is just a girl swimming diagonally across a pool with the outline of the device and LG G6 appearing in the end. There's also a copy "Taking a day off at the pool? Just relax and enjoy LG G6", hinting that you can go...

Huawei P40 official teaser shows it’s design

Huawei is all set to launch its next-generation flagship smartphone series — Huawei P40 lineup on 26th March through an online launch event. With just couple of days left for the official uncovering, the manufacturer has started teasing the up coming cameraphone.

The Chinese giant has today broadcasted a fresh teaser video for the next Huawei P40 series smartphones. In the video, the company clearly showcases the curved body design of the up coming flagship. The teaser Additionally confirms rounded corners for the P40 series. It In addition shows that the digital camera sensors are placed on a rectangular bumped module on the back of the phone. Whereas the phones in the series will have glass body, the P40 Pro High quality version is said to come with a ceramic body. Together with this, Evan Blass has also shared renders of the up coming Huawei flagship gadgets, like Huawei P40, P40 Pro and P40 Pro Premium variant. Although the gadgets don’t differ a lot in terms of design, the only major difference seems to be for digital camera configuration. The Huawei P40 is said to come with a triple-camera option on the back, which sports a 52 MP super-sensitive primary scanner, a 40 MP lens, and an 8 MP optical variable lens. On the additional hand, the P40 Pro replaces 8 MP lens with a square-shared periscope lens and adds a ToF lens to deliver it a quad-camera setup. Huawei P40 Series Render Leak However, the highlight in the lineup looks to be the P40 Pro Premium version what will arrive with a penta-camera setup having an other monochrome sensor. All the products will come powered by the company’s own Kirin 990 5G chipset. Like per the news, the P40 Pro Top quality will arrive with a 6.7-inch 120Hz panel with 2K panel resolution and will come packed with a 5,500mAh battery with support for 50W quick charge technology and 27W wireless charging. To know more about the phones, such as confirmed specifications, options, pricing and availability of the P40 lineup, we’ll have to wait for a several far more days, until 26th March, after the manufacturer formally launches these gadgets. Source

Le 2 and Le Max 2 expected in India’s LeEco event on June 8

LeEco (formerly LeTV) has started sending out media invites for a product launch event set for June 8 in India. While the invite doesn't say anything about the product(s) that'll be launched, it'd be reasonable to expect that the Le 2 along with its Pro variant as well as the Le Max 2 are coming. The phones were unveiled in China last month, and went on sale a week later. A total of one million units were up for grabs, and reportedly, the complete inventory was sold in just two hours. (more…)