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Huawei nova 3e goes official on March 20

Exactly one week before its world premiere of the P20 family in Paris, Huawei is holding a different event in China. This will take place on March 20 and on that occasion the Huawei nova 3e will be announced for the domestic market. That's been made obvious by the event invite Huawei has sent Chinese media. You can see the invite to the left, and it spells out the phone's name very clearly. The nova 3e has managed not to leak at all so far, which is intriguing. The lack of previous news about it might be due to the fact that it's just going to serve as the P20 Lite for the Chinese...



Zenfone 4 Selfie and Selfie Pro show up early, flaunt dual selfie cameras with flash

The new Zenfone 4 models will not be unveiled until August 17, but the company's online shop jumped the gun and released specs and images of the Zenfone 4 Selfie ZD553KL and Zenfone 4 Selfie Pro ZD552KL (not to be confused with Zenfone 4 Pro). The Selfie duo has something in common - a dual selfie camera. The Pro model means business with a 24MP + 5MP front camera, while the regular Selfie has a 20MP + 8MP setup. Both cameras have a field of view of 120° and a dedicated selfie flash on the front. The rear camera feels plain by comparison - a single 16MP...



Amazon launches Fire TV Stick Basic Edition in over 100 countries

Amazon has launched a new version of the Fire TV Stick for the global market, called the Fire TV Stick Basic Edition. This media streaming player will be available in over a 100 countries worldwide where Amazon launched its Amazon Prime Video service last year. The "new" Basic Edition is essentially the second generation Fire TV Stick but without the Alexa functionality, as many of these 100 countries do not have Alexa. The remote it comes with lacks the microphone and the Alexa button. While that is fine, the device is strangely also available in the US, which does have Alexa....



HTC’s latest ad pulled due to exaggeration of water resistance

The United Kingdom's Advertising Standards Authority banned one of HTC's ads that have been running on social media since mid-last year. The ad in question features Olympic diver, Tom Daley, diving into a pool, feet first (after a flip or two), holding the HTC U11 over his head, taking selfies on his decent into the pool, and after being seen exit the pool with the phone in hand. . Despite having a disclaimer at the bottom, it wasn't enough for the ASA to deem the ad as misleading. It highlighted the fact that the product's instructions explicitly warn users against intentionally...



Here’s what upcoming Xiaomi Mi Max 3 looks like

Xiaomi's upcoming Mi Max 3 smartphone has already been spotted on TENAA, but there were no pictures included. Well, that changes now, as TENAA listings for all three models now show how the device looks. So there you go, the dual rear camera setup is now confirmed with an LED flash sitting in between. The position of fingerprint sensor remains intact on the back. The front panel reveals slimmed down bezels, both at top and bottom. Specs-wise, the handset is powered by an octa-core, 1.8GHz processor and sports a 6.9-inch display of 2160×1080 pixel resolution. RAM options include...