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Honor confirms its first 5G phone will launch in 2019

The company expects to be a top-three smartphone brand by 2022.

On Saturday, September 8, the World INS Conference was held in Beijing, China. Honor’s President Geroge Zhao was one of the speakers at the event, and during it, confirmed that Honor’s first 5G smartphone will launch at some point in 2019.

Zhao didn’t go into any detail as to when in 2019 we can expect the phone, but this is certainly a big move for a  [Read More…]

Xiaomi shares hands-on Mi Mix 3 photo, confirms 5G capabilities

Where’d the bezels go?

Less than a week ago, Xiaomi shared an official render for its upcoming Mi Mix 3 smartphone — confirming a nearly bezel-less design and a mechanical slider that houses the phone’s camera sensors.

Now, Xiaomi’s Director of Product Management, Donovan Sung, has confirmed another feature for the phone — 5G.

Sharing one more photo. Does anyone see anything interesting? 😎#Xiaomi pic.twitter.com/LjZGibMsuR

— Donovan Sung (@donovansung) September 3, 2018

Sung shared the  [Read More…]

T-Mobile confirms it suffered a security breach on August 20

T-Mobile has announced that earlier this week it suffered a security breach that resulted in some personal information being obtained by malicious individuals.

The Un-carrier confirmed that on Monday, August 20, it was hit by a security breach from overseas sources. T-Mobile says that while some personal information was obtained, which could include email addresses, account numbers, billing zip codes, and phone numbers, the attackers did not obtain any financial information, including credit card numbers, bank account information, social security numbers, or  [Read More…]

Latest Pixel 3 XL leak confirms wireless charging and includes camera samples

Yet another leak has surfaced ahead of the Pixel 3 XL launch. In the last big leak, we learned it would come with a pair of USB-C headphones, confirmed the specs, and the huge notch. This time around, we’re getting sample photos from the camera and confirmation of wireless charging.

A Russian blog got awful lucky and happened to snag one of the official Pixel 3 XL units early. On one of his posts at the Rozetked blog, he shows off  [Read More…]

Amazon page confirms the Fire TV Cube is a real product, coming soon

Amazon confirms the existence of the Fire TV Cube, an upcoming product which is expected to be a mix between a Fire TV and Echo speaker.

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Samsung confirms Galaxy S10 could see a name change

With the Galaxy S9 revealed at MWC 2018, it didn’t take long for attention to turn to the next version of the Samsung device. The Galaxy S10 is the next logical number in the scheme for the device Samsung has lined up for next year but the company suggests it could take a different route […]

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Xiaomi confirms the Mi MIX 2S is coming, will run the cutting-edge Snapdragon 845

Xiaomi’s Donovan Sung announced the company’s newest smartphone, the Mi Mix 2S – check out the details and release date, here.

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Huawei confirms its next phone is the P20 and will have three cameras

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We’ve been hearing leaks and rumors regarding the Huawei P20 for quite some time now, and just a few short days before MWC 2018 begins, Huawei’s sent out a teaser to make sure you don’t forget about its event next month.

There’s been some debate regarding whether the upcoming phone would be branded as the P20 or P11, and while sources of ours confirmed this earlier in the year, this is the first time Huawei’s  [Read More…]

Sony confirms its flagship phones receive two years of software updates

Mid-range and entry-level phones are left to Sony’s discretion, however.

When buying a new Android phone, one of the things to keep in mind is how fast or slow certain manufacturers release software updates for existing hardware. Google’s Pixel line is the current go-to if you want the fastest updates possible, whereas companies like Samsung can be agonizingly slow in this regard.

Sony’s always done a pretty good job at pushing out software updates in a speedy  [Read More…]