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Moto Z3 Play renders leak with dual cameras and extra key

The Moto Z3 Play is Motorola's biggest midrange device of the year. Its predecessors share the "Z" name with the previous flagships: the Moto Z and Moto Z2. Today, a set of renders for the Moto Z3 Play have leaked ahead of an official announcement, which Motorola is likely holding in Brazil on June 6. We can learn a lot about the anticipated Moto Z3 by looking at these renders, but let's talk about the Z3 Play since it's the one actually in these renders. The Z3 Play will have a taller display with curved corners, which we assume carries an 18:9 aspect ratio. Source:...

Verizon is offering Asus Zenfone V for free

Asus Zenfone V was went official as a Verizon-exclusive in the US in September. The phone carried a launch price tag of $240, while the carrier has also been offering it on monthly plans for $10/month. Now, as a part of the carrier's Black Friday promotions the device is offered for free when purchased on a contract. You need to active a new line of service and shell out $240 initially. You'll however get promo credits worth that amount applied over the period of 24 months. It's a limited time deal that ends today. For more info, head to the Source link below. Source

Instagram adds green dot on profile pictures to show you who’s online

Because you obviously aren't using Instagram enough, the Facebook-owned service has added a helpful new feature that should make it even harder to ever leave its interface. From now on, a green dot will show up on in the bottom right corner of the profile pictures of the people who are currently online and using the app. The dot will be seen in Instagram Direct as well as your friend list when you share a post from the feed. According to Instagram, the dot will let you know when your friends are available to chat. And we assume the hope here is that you'll use Direct instead of...

Huawei has sold 65 million Nova telephones since 2016

Yesterday was one of the high points of the year for Huawei as the company reported its initially in-screen camera phone – the Huawei Nova 4 with a 25 MP selfie camera. The launching was backed with some neat slides, exposing that more than 65 million guys bought devices from the Nova series since it was initially released. The Nova 4 was first introduced in October 2016 meaning the series is just two several years ago. The Nova series is a price range lineup for Huawei what is highly traded in China and other Asia-Pacific markets. It has always relied on being elegant, beginning from the 2016 Huawei Nova with a design inspired by the Nexus 6P. Later, Huawei Nova 2 and Nova 2 Plus arrived in stylish colours which includes the flagship Huawei P10 – Grass Green, Streamer Gold, Aurora Blue, and Therefore on. The Nova 2s tested the Mate 10’s technique with a fingerprint digital camera and a huge panel of about only 4.5mm in diameter on the front whereas running the flagship Kirin 960 chipset. However, Huawei Nova 3 kept the custom, but the Nova 3+ came in Europe as Huawei P Smart and with the lower-powered Kirin 710 chipset. Read also: Huawei Nova 4 looks on Geekbench and AnTuTu benchmark with Kirin 970 + 8GB RAM The latest model is the Nova what is the Chinese giant’s initial formal gadget featuring a punch hole for the selfie digital camera. We’ll have to wait and look at the overall performance of this phone in addition to the 65 million tally. The Nova is well-studded in the design and hardware aspects so, we don’t count on a disappointing overall performance.

iOS 12: All you need to know about ARKit 2

ARKit 2 is Apple's third major release of its Augmented Reality reality platform enabling developers to deliver enhanced AR apps alongside iOS 12. We look at the features of ARKit to give you an idea of what's coming in September. So what does ARKit 2 bring to the party? Persistent and multiuser experiences - AR experiences can now be shared across time and fixed to real-world locations, so you can create a piece of AR art that can be viewed later in the same place by someone else. 3D object recognition - ARKit 2 recognizes objects and how your device is oriented to them and can use...