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Alcatel A7 leaks ahead of IFA debut

Alcatel A7 joins the family of leaked Alcatel phones ahead of IFA 2017. Images of the device were shared by Roland Quandt on Twitter along with a benchmark listing from GFXBench, revealing most of the A7's specs. Alcatel A7: got a bunch more pics and what I think are it's specs on GFXBench - launch for IFA. pic.twitter.com/MpyNgFRJwK— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) August 24, 2017 The Alcatel A7 will arrive with a 5.5" screen of FullHD resolution. According to the pictures, there will not be a home button on the bottom part of the front panel - the space is now taken by a second speaker....



BlackBerry Keyone Bronze Edition arrives in China

BlackBerry had an event at CES 2018 where the company introduced a Bronze edition of the Keyone. When we had a hands-on with the device, we were told the phone would arrive in the EU, Middle East, and Asia. Today Blackberry announced the start of pre-orders for the new color option on its Weibo page, making China the debut market for the Bronze variant. The Bronze edition differs from the all-Black and Silver variants only in the color of the metal parts. It rocks the same hardware - 4.5" IPS LCD screen with a 3:2 ratio and a hardware QWERTY keyboard below. The chipset is...



Google Pixel 2 Australia launch set for October 31

The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL were made official last week, and are on pre-order in a handful of countries. Australia is also among the first wave of markets that will get the new phones, and now we have some information related to their launch Down Under. A leaked memo from Telstra, which is the exclusive Australian carrier partner for the new Pixels, as well as a screenshot from a JB HiFi group chat both confirm that the phones will go on sale in Australia starting October 31. Pre-orders for the handsets are set to go live at Telstra starting October 20, and will come with...



Unannounced second generation Snapchat Spectacles passes through FCC

A second generation version of the Snapchat Spectacles has seemingly passed through FCC for certification. While the FCC documents don't name them as such, the leaked packing label and the fact that it's called 'Wearable video camera 002' in the FCC filing doesn't make it awfully hard to guess what it could be. The upcoming arrival of a second generation model has been rumored for a while, with the new model promising improved performance but not much else. A second wearable camera accessory is also rumored for 2019 with two cameras, GPS and a $300 price tag but nothing concrete...



Tesla becomes top selling EV brand in China

Tesla, a known automobiles maker, has become the top seller of electric vehicles in China for the first half of this year. The Elon Musk owned company saw outstanding success with its China made Model 3 series, which gave buyers an low-cost entry into luxury autos, and is starting to get orders for Shanghai built Model Y as nicely.

In the Chinese market, Tesla managed to double its profits of about 50,000 vehicles from 2019. This reports comes regardless of the world’s electric vehicle market declining by about 50 percent in the exact same time, down to 235,000 vehicles sold. According to a Nikkei report, Tesla’s market share jumped from 6 percent to 21 percent, with the majority of this boost coming from the Model 3 sedan. Tesla becomes top selling EV brand in China Tesla began shipping the Model 3 from its Shanghai factory back in January 2020 and it is the company’s most low-cost vehicle that goes for about 270,000 Yuan (roughly 39,000 US Dollars). This is whenever subsidies are applied, which lowered the price of the exact model imported from the US by extra than 30 percent. Buyers were Additionally drawn in by the fact that a used Tesla vehicle retains its price better than additional electric vehicles. Furthermore, the company is exposing with no signs of stopping like it has begun taking orders of another vehicle it built in its Shanghai factory, namely Model Y series SUVs. As stated by to a CaixinGlobal report, the new SUVs will come in 2 varied variants, like the long range version and the performance version. The former is valued at 488,000 yuan (roughly 70,800 US Dollars) whereas the latter is estimated at 535,000 yuan (roughly 77,700 US Dollars). The long range version could travel up to 505 kilometers on a single charge and can accelerate from 0 to 100 kph in 5.1 seconds whereas the performance version could reach up to 480 kilometers however can accelerate to 100 kph in only 3.7 seconds.