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Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 and Galaxy Tab A2 appear on TENAA

Samsung is preparing to introduce two tablets - a premium-tier Galaxy Tab S4 and a more affordable Galaxy Tab A2, both of them with thinner bezels and without a physical home button. The latest info comes from Chinese communications regulator TENAA. Devices with model numbers SM-T835C and SM-T595C just got certified and approved to work with LTE, CDMA, and GSM networks. Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 on TENAA • Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 on TENAA The listings do not reveal much apart from the obvious Android OS. From earlier rumors, we know the Galaxy Tab S4 will run on Snapdragon 845 chipset,...



Qualcomm’s 8150 next flagship SoC gets Bluetooth certification

2019 is just around the corner and with it Qualcomm's next flagship SoC based on the 7nm manufacturing process. So far, information about it has been scarce, but one thing keeps popping up - the 8150 name suggesting that the company is looking to change its naming convention once again. Just the other day, Android 9.0 Pie system files hinted at the Snapdragon 8150 and now a Bluetooth certification document confirms it. The listing mentions Qualcomm SM8150 supporting Bluetooth 5.0 and it seems that the chip went through the certification process just yesterday. But don't get your...



2018 iPhones’ front panels surface, impressively thin bezels all around

It's already confirmed by now that Apple is going to release three variants of this year's iPhone - a plus-sized iPhone X, a direct successor to the iPhone X and a "budget," by Apple's standards, iPhone with a 6.1-inch LCD. We've heard a lot about these devices for the past few weeks and months, but it's just now we get to see how all three iPhones will look like from the front. Take a look at their panels. Left to right - iPhone 5.8" (OLED), iPhone 6.1" (LCD), iPhone 6.5" (OLED) We were able to find three images coming from two different sources and the panels look identical....



The Pocophone F1 will get “at least” Android 9.0 and the one after that

The Pocophone F1 is a great value for money phone and the value just got better - Jai Mani, Head of Product at Poco, has confirmed on Twitter that the F1 will get "at least" Android 9.0 Pie and Android Q. The Pocophone launched with Android 8.1 Oreo and was spotted testing Pie over a month ago. There's no release time frame, though. "Q", the Android version after Pie, is yet to be named, but if Google keeps the schedule, it will be delivered in August next year. That would be a year after the Pocophone F1 launched. "At least" suggests there will be more to come, but Mani offered no further...



Microsoft Surface Headset and Surface Studio 2 to go on pre-sale in China in January

Earlier this year in October, Microsoft introduced two fresh products in China — Surface Headphone and Surface Studio 2. On the other hand, at that period, the manufacturer has not revealed the pricing and availability information. Now, the company has updated the listing of both the devices on its online store indicating that both the devices will be out there soon. The company has announced that the products will be out there for pre-sale from 3rd January. However, the pricing details yet remain unknown. Microsoft surface headset and surface studio 2 to go on pre-sale in china in january Microsoft claims that the Surface Studio 2 is the “most powerful Surface ever.” It promises a lot more “vibrancy, high graphics experience, and quick processing.” The manufacturer says that it is 38 percent brighter, with 22 percent more contrast. It ships with a 28-inch PixelSense multi-touch 3:2 display and is powered by Intel Core i7-7820HQ 7th generation chipset, coupled with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 Graphics / GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 graphics. It ships with either 16GB or 32GB RAM with 1TB or 2TB SSD. As for the digital camera, the device ships with a 5-megapixel front-facing snapper with support for Full HD video recording. There’s In addition a 3.5mm headset jack, Stereo 2.1 speakers with Dolby Audio High quality and dual microphones. It ships with 4 USB 3.0 ports, Full-size SD card reader (SDXC) compatible, 1 x USB-C, and 1 Gigabit Ethernet port. For connectivity, the smartphone supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0 and Xbox Wireless. The gadget moreover ships with Surface Pen, Zero Gravity Hinge, and TPM 2.0 chip for enterprise security. The Microsoft Surface Headphones is the company’s initially top quality and smart headset that is claimed to suggests rich audio with 40mm Free Edge driver and hands-free calling. There’s also support for adjustable noise cancellation that features automatic pause and play feature. It could even pause the movie or video you are watching after you remove them from your ears. Read also: Apple patents future AirPower wireless charging pad with advanced security attributes The Surface Headphones Furthermore comes with built-in Cortana digital assistant to suggests proactive guidance, read emails and extra. For charging, it has a USB Type-C port and Furthermore attributes a 3.5mm audio connector. As for the battery life, the manufacturer assure up to 15 hours of battery life on a single charge.