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Huawei Mate 10 shown off in leaked renders, video

Huawei chose to skip IFA for the grand unveiling of its next flagship phablet, which it will announce at a special event of its own on October 16 instead. As we get closer to that day, we're starting to see more of the Mate 10, be that in official teasers or leaks. Today we have the now-traditional CAD-based renders coming out, both in image and video form. These are created from leaked schematics and, judging by past occurrences, should pretty accurately represent what you can expect from the Mate 10, design-wise. The biggest change compared to past Mates seems to be the use of a...

HTC new flagship leaks in new pics

HTC is having a pretty tough time keeping its newest flagship smartphone under wraps, but we aren’t about to complain. Phandroid has posted the latest batch of leaked HTC One (M9) photos and they pretty much confirm a lot of what we’ve already seen about the device. (more…)

Samsung handsets with fingerprint sensors now work with Dashlane password manager

The first Samsung handset to have a fingerprint sensor built into the home button was the Galaxy S5, since then the company’s flagship devices have had this feature and now Samsung is even bringing it to its mid-range devices. A fingerprint sensor provides users with an alternate method of controlling access to the device, it can be used for other functions as well such as logging into websites and authorizing payments through PayPal and Samsung Pay. (more…)

Geekbench listing shows the LG V40 ThinQ with Android 8.1 Oreo

If you are looking to launch a flagship towards the end of the year, the Android community would expect the latest OS to be running the show. However, it appears that LG didn't get the memo so the V40 ThinQ will run Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box instead of 9.0 Pie. The Geekbench score sheet confirms the rumored Snapdragon 845 chipset and the 6GB of RAM but surprises with an older version of Android. Of course, there's a chance that the benchmarked handset is a pre-production unit so things may change until it's released but given the date (September 26) of the run our bet is on 8.1...

2018 iPhones: Everything we know so far

Last September Apple crossed the Rubicon, the iPhone X introducing a new design direction for the company's smartphones. Apple's next generation of biometric security, Face ID allowed Apple to retire the Home Button and move towards its vision to create an iPhone that is entirely screen. Offsetting the loss of the Home Button, a new set of navigational gestures were introduced, which according to Jonathan Ive, is how we will interact with our iPhones for the next ten years. While the iPhone X struck off in a new direction, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus refined and polished the...