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Moto X4 press renders leak alongside specs, expect dual rear cameras and IP68 certification

For a long time now the Moto X4 has been in the rumors, but today we get a huge leak regarding this upcoming Motorola smartphone. Evan Blass, better known as @evleaks, has outed the press renders you can see below alongside a pretty comprehensive list of specs for the device. Contrary to what some past reports have claimed, the Moto X4 will come with a 5.2-inch 1080p touchscreen, and will be powered by Qualcomm's recently announced Snapdragon 630 chipset. The dual rear cameras on the back will have 12 MP and 8 MP resolution, while selfies will be taken care of by a 16 MP shooter up...



Apple strips the restrictions on purchase of its products outdoor China

Last week, Apple had set buy limit across handful of of its products, such as iPhone and iPad in various countries like the company closed all of its brick-and-mortar stores outdoor China, as the coronavirus spreads globally and forces lockdowns.

It seemed that the purchase limits were imposed like Apple braces for a blow due to the coronavirus’ impact on income because of deliver chain disruptions and weak demand. As for the limits, the manufacturer had limited buy of iPhone and iPad Pro to two units although MacBook Air and Mac mini are limited to five orders per customer. However, the manufacturer has now lifted the purchase limits that was imposed on iPhone, fresh iPad Pro, and fresh MacBook Air in countries outside of China. Apple’s website in the U.S. with no longer has buy restrictions and customers can buy as numerous 2020 iPad Pro, iPhone 11 Pro and 2020 Macbook Air as they want. Even though the restrictions have been lifted, it appears that the manufacturer is not getting a gentle run as far like selling of the newly launched gadgets is considered, mostly due to the fact of the disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak. Orders placed for the 2020 iPad Pro on the company’s online store displays that the device won’t get delivered before first week of April although few orders will be delivered in the last week of March. But, since there’s are no buy restrictions, it seems that Apple has the situation inside control. via



Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note8 is now available from the Microsoft Store too

Microsoft likes to sell Samsung's high-end smartphones in its online store for some reason. Not long ago we saw the Galaxy S8 and S8+ becoming available to purchase from the Microsoft Store, and today the Galaxy Note8 has joined them. Unlike the S-series devices, which can also be bought for use with carrier plans, the Note8 is only being offered in unlocked form. Oh, and it's not cheap at all. Each unit will set you back $929.99. On the other hand, if you don't mind going the carrier route and using monthly installments to pay for the Galaxy Note8, there are much better offers to be...



Meizu Pro 7 set to be officially unveiled on July 26, company confirms

We already know that the Meizu Pro 7 is coming this this month, and now we have the exact date. The Chinese company has confirmed that the device will be unveiled on July 26. The confirmation came in the form of an official press invite (see below). If rumors and leaks so far are to go by, the selling point of the Pro 7 is a second screen that's placed beneath the dual camera arrangement on the back. The screen will enable users to take selfies with rear cameras as well as play games. Specs-wise, the Pro 7 has already been confirmed to sport the MediaTek Helio X30 chipset. There'll...



Nokia X6 Support Page Goes Live on Indian Web, Launch Imminent

There have been countless rumours When it comes HMD Global making the Nokia X6 available in global markets and it now appears to be which includes we don’t have to wait much for the official launch. The support page for the Nokia X6 has gone formal on the Nokia India web, hinting at the imminent launch of the cameraphone. Earlier Presently, the smartphone was briefly listed on Nokia’s international website as well, what means the phone will be released in other markets too. At the moment, the Nokia X6 is out there only in China. Instantly after the release in China, Juho Sarvikas, the Chief Smartphone Officer at HMD Global conducted a poll on Twitter about the global launch of the Nokia X6. Without any surprise, a whopping 94% guys voted that the gadget must be released in international markets. Therefore the release of the Nokia X6 in global markets has been confirmed partially with that Twitter poll, but when is it going to launch? Effectively, with this listing, we could presently assume that the Nokia X6 need to be introduced in India in a matter of some weeks. Maybe, HMD Global will release the phone in the sub-continent alongside most devices such as the Nokia 2.1, Nokia 3.1 and Nokia 5.1. The Nokia X6 was the initial gadget in HMD sporting a notched screen. The cameraphone arrived with a 5.8-inch Full HD+ screen with a resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels and 19:9 aspect ratio. It’s powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 SoC and boasts up to 6GB of RAM. Internal memory in the Nokia X6 extends up to 64GB, and the smartphone even has a microSD card slot for storage expansion. HMD Global has added a 16MP sensor to the back of the cameraphone what operates in tandem with a 5MP depth digital camera. A 16MP shooter is present on the front. The global version of the Nokia X6 will boot stock Android 8.1 Oreo. The fingerprint camera is placed on the rear facet. The smartphone is supported by a 3060mAh battery with quick charging support. The Nokia X6, in India, could be offered between Rs 20,000 to Rs 25,000 because the Nokia 7 Plus is retailing for Rs 25,999 and the Nokia 6.1 is out there at Rs 18,999 (4GB RAM variant). The starting price of the Nokia X6 might be Rs 20,999 for the base variant and it could extend up to Rs 23,999 for the high quality variant.