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Check out these 3D render videos of the Moto C and Moto C Plus

Android Police, in collaboration with OnLeaks, has published 360 degree render videos of the upcoming Moto C and Moto C Plus smartphones. We have already seen leaked images of the two phones in the past but these new videos show the phones in even more detail. Granted this isn't the real deal but it's as close to it that we can get right now. Not much else is known about these two devices than what we had reported in the past. Source



Samsung Galaxy Note 9 shines on Geekbench with 8 GB RAM

It appears to be that Samsung wants to push the Galaxy Note 9 to the top. Whenever some leaks uncovered a revamped S Pen as effectively as most major improvements, the next Samsung flagship has been spotted on Geekbench. The famous benchmarking platform has disclosed the main info regarding the hardware facet of the phablet and it has left us surprised. According to Geekbench, the handset will be introduced in a variant what would make it the initial Samsung cameraphone with 8 GB of RAM. Sure, the Korean giant has never gone beyond 6 GB RAM for its flagships, and this means that the next phablet could boast monster performances. The variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 spotted on Geekbench is the European one as it features an octa-core Exynos 9810 with a max frequency of 2.8 GHz. U.S. and China will obtain a alternative version with Qualcomm Sd 845 inside. This debunks previous rumors what suggested that the 8 GB variant would only launch in Asia and markets outside of Europe. The phablet runs Android 8.1 Oreo and it has obtained impressive scores on Geekbench. The platform shows that it has scored 5162 facts in single-core performance and 10704 points in multi-core, that is amazing. Having said that, note that benchmarks are not something to evaluate the true overall performance of a phone, so we still can not say whether or not it will be the bestperforming Android flagship. A version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with 6 GB of RAM has been spotted on Geekbench as well, so the handset will probably release in Europe in various configurations with different value tags. The benchmarking platform lists the product with the model quantity SM-N960F. According to latest leaks, the Note 9 will launch in at least 5 color variants: black, gray, purple, brown and blue. It will be formally earlier during an event what will be held on August 9.



Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset might support LPDDR5 RAM

Qualcomm Sd 855 is the company’s current-generation flagship chipset what powers most of the high-end flagship phones launched this year. Week ago, the company unveiled 2 fresh upper budget chipsets — Qualcomm Sd 665 and Sd 730/G. Now, the manufacturer has reportedly started working on its next-generation flagship chipset, what is expected to be called Snapdragon 865. The Snapdragon 855 had an internal model number SM8150 and was codenamed “Hana” and if the information are to be believed, then its successor has the model number SM8250. The codename of the next flagship chipset is said to be “Project Kona”. Kona is a name referring to the Hawaiian Islands. Interestingly, Qualcomm has been hosting a Qualcomm Technology Summit in Hawaii to represent its high-end processors in December. Although nothing much is known about the Snapdragon 865 cpu, it is said that the chipset will come with support for LPDDR5 RAM. The high-end cpu for Windows gadgets Snapdragon 8cx is yet using LPDDR4X. Qualcomm presently has samples of the new SM8250 internally and is testing them in conjunction with the LPDDR5 storage, leaving it open who the supplier is. However, it’s a long time before we see anything substantially related to the next Snapdragon 865 flagship chipset from Qualcomm. So, we anticipate to know extra about this SoC in the approaching months. Meanwhile, TSMC has announced its new 5nm process infrastructure, readying main for the Apple A14 chipset, what will be powering the Apple iPhones launching in 2020. Hence, we are In addition expecting a Qualcomm chipset produced using a 5nm process. (Via)



Honor 7X hands-on review

Huawei is the latest manufacturer to join the 18:9 ratio hype with its subsidiary brand Honor after plenty of companies keep introducing phones with long screens. The Honor 7X was just launched in China and we already have first-hand impressions of the device.



Top 10 trending phones of week 12

Yet another week is behind us and we look back at what phones gathered the most interest over the past seven days. And there were plenty of changes with two new entries occupying the first two spots. The Xiaomi Redmi 4a went from zero to hero in just a few days taking the first spot just a few days after it finally escaped China and started breaking sales records. In India the initial batch of 250,000 thousand units went away in just four minutes, so it's no surprise that its popularity skyrocketed. In second place we find the Oppo F3 Plus - the next generation selfie expert just went...