Speculation about Nokia’s next flagship phone swirled this fall after leaks revealed a wild-looking rear-camera setup complete with five separate lenses. Nokia doesn’t seem quite ready to release any official details about the rumoured Nokia 9 PureView, but a new, high-res video shows why it might be the first noteworthy smartphone of 2019.
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While it only features mid-range specs, Samsung’s new Galaxy A8s is a noteworthy handset because not only could it give us a preview of what we’ll get on the Galaxy S10, it might also be setting the stage for one of 2019's biggest smartphones trends.
After lacklustre sales of the Galaxy S9, it seems Samsung has some big plans in store for its next Galaxy phones. And that’s in part because next year will be the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy S line.
Samsung is one of the clear leaders in mobile display tech, and its screens are found in a wide range of flagship devices including its own Galaxy phones and those of its biggest competitors such as Apple.
However, one of the biggest complaints about the Galaxy S9 is that looks virtually identical to last year’s device, a sentiment that arose largely due to the fact that Samsung didn’t do much to change up the S9's screen.
Based on all the recent Pixel 3 leaks, we’ve gotten a pretty clear picture of Google’s next phone. And with Apple’s big spring launch event scheduled for next week, we’ll finally have official details about the rumoured iPhone Xs family as well. But today a leaked image appearing to show Nokia’s next phone hit the net, and it’s looking like an entirely different beast.
About a month ago, rumours leaked that Apple was testing green and purple paint jobs for the next batch of iPhones, and while it seemed like a stretch, new info from noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has now added a bit more credibility to the idea that a bunch of brightly coloured iPhones might be available later this spring.
After launching last year at MWC 2017, Samsung's current flagship tablet, the Galaxy Tab S3, is starting to feel a little outdated. So naturally, rumours have begun leaking out about Samsung's upcoming refresh, with the most recent leaks even showing off purported renders of the Tab S4's final design.
For almost a decade, there have been rumours that Microsoft was developing a dual-screen device that would radically alter the way we think about modern computing. In 2009, it was the Microsoft Courier, while more recently, patents showed something that looked more like a folding Surface allegedly codenamed Andromeda.
An update to Microsoft's well-received line of Surface devices is no doubt already in the works, but news from Thurrott's Brad Sams suggests we may see more than a few additions to the lineup as a whole. And if the showcase from Microsoft's competition is any indication, one of them, a second attempt at a dual-screen notebook, could be on its way as early as this year
While we're not expecting any major phone news to come out of WWDC (aside from the possible appearance of the iPhone SE 2), all sorts of iPhone rumours are hitting the street as Apple's annual developer conference nears. The rumours range from some plausible changes and upgrades to some very silly-looking new colours.
Now that notches are popping up on just about every new smartphone screen, Apple's next iPhone will need some new tricks to stand out from its competitors. But if a report from Bloomberg is true, instead of coming up with entirely new ideas, it seems Apple may try to crib some features from a handful of five-year-old devices.
With a new iPhone due out later this spring, the Apple rumour mill is hitting peak froth. Not only does 2017 mark the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, but after the iPhone 7 didn't deliver as much of an improvement over the iPhone 6s as people expected, there's a lot riding on Apple's upcoming crop of handsets. So to give you the best idea of what Apple might actually announce this spring, we've sorted through all the whispers and hints on the net thus far.
The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon has to surpass the 707 horsepower Hellcat somehow. All the tricks like anti-wheel hop and no passengers seats and a crazy cooling system aren't enough -- the people demand numbers. We don't know those numbers officially yet, but the word going around is that the Demon's most powerful mode is good for 1,023 horsepower.