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Nokia 3 (2018) incoming as HMD confirms Nokia 5 and 6 will get Android P

In an interview during this year's MWC, HMD CMO Pekka Rantala said new Nokia 5, 3 and 2 will arrive sometime in future. And now, the moniker Nokia 3.1 has made its first appearance in a user agent profile. O hai Nokia 3.1 aka Nokia 3 (2018). pic.twitter.com/h2OEINM2eu— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) May 14, 2018 So that confirms the Nokia 3.1 (or Nokia 3 (2018)) is already in testing and should arrive shortly. Sadly, nothing else is currently known about the device, but we expect more details to appear sooner than later. Recently three new Nokia phones recently received certifications...



OnePlus 5 prototype photographed: peer into its dual camera eyes

Much has been said about the rumored dual camera of the OnePlus 5, but this design (with the two lenses positioned vertically) seems to be the most popular (with rare exceptions). Now an alleged prototype has been photographed with just that design, however there's a twist to this story - apparently, this isn't the final design. Still, notice the lack of a rear or side-mounted fingerprint reader. This leaves the front as the only possible placement, which, in turn, means no "bezel-less" design. Again, this image doesn't represent the final design, but unless OnePlus makes a drastic change,...



Latest leaked image shows us one corner of the OnePlus 5

Yesterday we showed you a leaked render of the OnePlus 5 that portrayed the entire height of the handset, unlike a previous one. However, it still didn't actually reveal all because of how dark it was. Today a new render has been leaked, and this one is incredibly specific. It shows just one corner of the phone, as seen from the back. This is the top right corner when looking at the rear of the device, it's the one that doesn't have the dual camera arrangement nearby. So what do we see? Once again, iPhone 7-like antenna bands. We also get a close-up glimpse at how the back of the...



Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ and Note 9 to purchase Android Pie-based ‘One UI’ in January

At its developer conference, alongside with showcasing its foldable screen device, Samsung moreover revealed ‘One UI’ — it’s new design language for the custom user interface skip for Samsung’s gadgets. During the announcement of One UI, the company moreover revealed that it will begin beta testing of Android Pie-based One UI for select gadgets later this month in US, Korea, and Germany. It should roll out to other European and Asian countries at some later point. The gadgets that will receive the update marks Galaxy S9, S9, and Note 9. Even though access beta will be out there in this month, the public launch of the One UI for the mentioned device will take place in January 2019. Comparing to the Samsung Performance UX what requires two arms to operate, the new One UI is claimed to have been built for a “more natural and comfortable” one-handed use cases. Samsung said that it has been working on the new experience for the past year, and the prime target is to deliver the interface less cluttered. The focus of Samsung One UI is on keeping the most relevant content in the other useful place — backside of the panel. All of Samsung’s apps have adopted a bottom bar layout for smaller navigation elements along greater header elements. Menus moreover pop-up at the backside of the screen instead of the center. During the SDC 2018 Keynote, Jee Won Lee, Senior Designer of UX Design and style at Samsung, said: With One UI, currently you see only the essential options related to the task you are carrying out. It’s a continuous and fluid experience where the necessary buttons look when you want them and gently disappear when you don’t. The South Korean company has In addition released a system-wide Evening Mode that will allow a dark, AMOLED-friendly theme throughout the UI and Samsung’s apps. The new Samsung One UI will also theme itself to match the color of the phone, exact to what Samsung estimated on Galaxy Note 9 with its new S-Pen. Together with that, few Android Pie-based attributes, such as gesture-supported navigation are heading to be a part of the One UI for the gadgets that’ll receive Android Pie update in January upcoming year. It appears to be that we’ll have to wait for the Android Pie-based Samsung One UI to deliver debut in January to see what it really brings to the table and how it works.



Sirin’s blockchain smartphone Finney comes with Snapdragon 845 SoC, 6-inch display

Sirin Labs, a Switzerland-based startup, has unveiled a blockchain-powered smartphone dubbed Finney. The device is powered by the Snapdragon 845 SoC, and sports a 6-inch display with 18:9 aspect ratio. It comes with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. The camera department has a 12MP main sensor and an 8MP selfie shooter. The handset runs Android 8.1 OS with what the company calls Sirin OS on top, and packs in a 3,000mAh battery. Arguably more interesting are the Finney's in-display fingerprint sensor and its built-in 'cold-storage' crypto wallet. You can learn more about the $999...