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Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro in Black color leaked

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy C9 Pro last month. The device - which is currently only available in China - comes in just two colors: Gold and Pink Gold. However, looks like that's soon going to change as a new image has leaked, allegedly showing the black colored variant of the device. To refresh, the Galaxy C9 Pro is powered by Snapdragon 653 SoC, and sports a 6-inch HD display. RAM is 6GB, while internal memory is 64GB. In terms of camera, the device features a 16MP rear and a 16MP front shooter. A large, 4,000mAh battery is there to keep the lights on.

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Nougat update hitting Huawei P9 Plus units in Europe

Huawei has started pushing out a new update to its P9 Plus smartphone in Europe. Arriving as version VIE-L09C432B360 and weighing in at around 2.4GB, the update brings Android 7.0 Nougat. Security patches, however, are said to be from January. Given the fact that it's an OTA roll out, it may take some time for the update to hit your device. Meanwhile, if you feel impatient, you can manually check for the update by heading to your handset's Settings menu. Source | Via



TSMC is ramping up 7nm chips production to meet growing demand

As most of you know, TSMC is one of the leading semiconductor manufacturers and has some big-name clients like Qualcomm, Nvidia, MediaTek and even Apple. And according to industry sources, the Taiwanese company is moving its 7nm chips to mass production in response to the growing demand from its customers. It seems that most of the fabless companies are going to skip the 10nm node and jump on the 7nm directly. Huawei's HiSilicon, MediaTek, Qualcomm, Xilinx and Nvidia all have announced that their next-generation products will be built on TSMC's 7nm manufacturing process. TSMC's 7nm...



Weekly poll results: a Nokia flagship is hotly anticipated, low-enders get the cold shoulder

The fans are hungry for a new Nokia flagship, with 44% of the vote that is quite clear. However, HMD's entry-level offerings failed to spur up such excitement - the 5 and the 3 got a few measly percentage points. Even the Nokia 3310 ranked higher, we guess the nostalgia factor is strong. Even the Nokia 6 barely beat out the "Nokias belong in the past" option with 18% and 17% respectively. It's more of a workhorse phone rather than a dreamy flagship (the same can be said of the 3310), so practical-minded people would be quite happy with it. The Nokia 5 had to fight an onslaught of...



Skype adds Private Conversations with end-to-end encryption

Skype is the latest messaging service to jump onto the end-to-end encryption bandwagon. The Microsoft-owned service has partnered up with Signal in order to enable the new functionality, which is optional and not default for every chat. Thus, Skype's implementation is similar to what Facebook Messenger uses, which has dedicated Secret Conversations you can set up for this purpose. Skype's version is called Private Conversations, and these aren't supported for groups. To start a Private Conversation, you tap or click the "+" icon, then select the self-descriptive New Private Conversation...