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OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition teaser hints at 50W Warp Charging

A OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition teaser claims that "charging is about to hit warp speed". This is most likely a hint at 50W charging, which was missing from the spec sheet of the regular 6T. OnePlus trademarked Warp Charge earlier this year, not long after sibling company Oppo unveiled Super VOOC (50W) charging with another supercar-themed phone - the Oppo Find X Lamborghini Edition. Charging is about to hit warp speed. #SalutetoSpeed @McLarenF1 pic.twitter.com/hkIPXDb9ZX— OnePlus (@oneplus) December 7, 2018 So, you'll have one more reason to pick the McLaren Edition over the regular...



$49 Google Home Mini leaks alongside the $99 new Daydream View headset

Google's next Pixels aren't the only products expected to be introduced at its October 4 event that have leaked today. In fact, we're also treated to images and a few details regarding the Google Home Mini and the Daydream View 2017. The Google Home Mini is exactly what its name implies - a smart speaker that's smaller than the Google Home that is turning one. It doesn't have a battery, so you'll need to keep it plugged in. Given its smaller size, expect the audio quality for music not to be in the same ballpark as what the full-size Home can provide. Google Home Mini leaked...



Galaxy Note9 will not have a fingerprint reader under its display, KGI now claims

When Samsung published this patent on fingerprint readers under a display, it seemed like the Galaxy S9 may get one. It didn't, so rumors moved on to the Galaxy Note9. Even the reliable Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI predicted that the 2018 Note will finally pull it off. Then new rumors suggested otherwise. Kuo has changed his stance and now agrees with the rumors. Samsung allegedly canceled this feature because neither the ultrasonic reader (by Qualcomm) nor the optical reader (by Samsung LSI, Synaptics and others) failed to meet the company's technical requirements. Even so, KGI is confident...



Xiaomi Mi 6 isn’t headed to India, rumor says

Xiaomi announced the Mi 6 earlier this month for its home market of China, and the new flagship smartphone will become available over there tomorrow. It's seen huge levels of interest, with more than 1.2 million people registering on JD.com, the country's biggest online retailer. The fact that Xiaomi is launching a new handset in China first is no surprise, that's how it's always done things. But its devices do generally make it to the handful of other markets where it's officially present - eventually. However, a new rumor says that strategy could be changing for the Mi 6. The device...



LG G4 and V10 on Verizon getting new security update

Verizon has started pushing out a new update to LG G4 and V10 units on its network. Arriving as version VS9862BA for the former and VS99028A for the latter, it's a security update that according to the change-logs includes the most up to date Android security patches. Nothing else is included in the update (for either device). As is usually the case with OTA roll outs, it may take some time for the update to hit your unit. You can manually check for the update by heading to your handset's Settings menu. Source 1 2 | Via