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LG G7 ThinQ off to a good start, 70,000 pre-orders in six days in South Korea

After a longer than expected wait, the LG G7 ThinQ was finally put for sale starting in its home country - South Korea. And according to the local press, the device exceeded the pre-order numbers of the previous G6 model. The new G7 ThinQ reached 70,000 orders in six days, which is nearly twice as many as the 40,000 G6 units reserved last year. There aren't quite Galaxy S9 and S9+ sales numbers but it's the growth will raise some hopes for the mobile division of LG. There's still time to see how the device performs in the other parts of the world and it needs to do a lot more to...



Instagram’s Favorites will let you share with a specific group of people, currently in testing

Instagram's pace of new feature rollouts isn't showing any signs of slowing down. The Facebook-owned company is now testing a new function that lets you share with only a specific group of people. It is, rather unsurprisingly, called Favorites. This is basically a 'friend list'. But Instagram wants to succeed in making this a thing, where its parent or even Twitter have mostly failed. Instagram will only have one friend list - Favorites. And it is private. That should keep things simple. If you get this feature, you can choose who to share with, regardless of whether you're...



Malaysian pre-orders for the Xiaomi Mi 6 starting on July 31

Here is some great news for those in Malaysia: The Xiaomi Mi 6, along with the Mi Max 2, are both going to be available for pre-sale starting at 12PM on July 31. Xiaomi has posted the official news on its Malaysian Facebook page. The banner doesn't mention any specific pricing or release date, though the proof can be found on one of the retailer's websites. Lazada's Malaysian page shows the Mi Max 2 as "Coming soon" with an ETA date between Aug 5 and Aug 10, this listing is with a third-party seller. The price of the Mi Max 2 will be RM 1,199, according to this seller. While the...



Samsung Galaxy C10 Plus shows up on AnTuTu

A upcoming Samsung smartphone just appeared on AnTuTu's website, sporting the model number SM-C9150, being powered by a Snapdragon 660 mated to 6GB of RAM and running Android 7.1.1. At the time of writing it's most probable that this device will prove to be the Samsung Galaxy C10 or C10 Plus for China, although it could be named under the J series elsewhere as the Galaxy C7 (2017) before. The screenshot from the device's profile in AnTuTu doesn't give out much information and some of the information it does is a bit questionable. First, the 1920x1080px resolution indicates an 16:9...



Huawei Mate 30 Pro with two 40MP digital camera sensors will be released soon

If you’ve been searching forward to the Huawei Mate 30 series, approach yourself since the Huawei Mate 30 Pro may just arrive sporting 2 certainly massive 40MP sensors. The Mate 30 Pro is reported to sport a 40MP main camera and an additional 40MP ultra wide angle lens. The main digital camera — regardless of being spotted in its predecessor — differs in the sense that it has a bigger 1/1.55-inch scanner, while the ultra wide angle camera will be of same size with the P30 Pro’s base camera — a 1/1.7-inch sensor. https://twitter.com/UniverseIce/status/1157861481767002112 Apart from that, the Mate 30 Pro will Furthermore get a third telephoto lens what is coming to be of 8MP, similar to the P30 Pro. Since the Mate 20 Pro had a triple camera setup, it’s not entirely impossible if HUAWEI decides to upgrade the Mate 30 Pro’s camera specifications and make it a quad digital camera setup. In the tweet posted by Ice Universe, the Mate 30 Pro’s sensors are moreover compared to the Galaxy Note 10’s 12MP 1/2.55-inch scanner. Ice Universe claims that the Note10 has no chance of beating Mate30 Pro in terms of camera hardware, though we’re very not too sure of that claim. Scanner dimensions isn’t the only factor that affects picture quality and given that Samsung‘s Note 10 Plus’ base sensor is expected to have an individual pixel dimensions of 1.4?m, it might, in fact, churn out much better pics than the Mate 30 Pro like its 2 40MP sensors will most going have a pixel dimensions of 1?m. That being said, the company will most going use pixel binning tech, what will allow it to surpass that limitation and output high-resolution shots with low noise. Ultimately, it may come down to the software of the 2 smartphones, as digital camera hardware needs much better processing to play at an optimum level. Due to the fact Samsung is likely to uncover the Note 10 in a couple of days, it won’t be too long prior we discover out how its camera performs. For the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro, we will have to wait a compact longer. However, given what an incredibile all-rounder Huawei introduced in the form of the P30 Pro a couple of months back, we believe the company could do even better with the Mate 30 Pro. Source