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This might be our first look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 20

It may arrive with a significantly larger display than its predecessor.

What you need to know Alleged CAD-based renders of the Galaxy Note 20 have surfaced online. The renders reveal a flat Infinity-O display and a similar rear camera module as the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to debut at an online-only Unpacked event in August.

The very first CAD-based renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 have appeared online. The  [Read More…]

Your Fitbit device might be able to predict if you have COVID-19 or the Flu

You can sign up to participate from the Fitbit app.

What you need to know Fitbit has added a new study in an effort to detect COVID-19. The study can be accessed directly from the Fitbit app. Users can also learn about and opt-in to other COVID-19 studies through the Fitbit app.

Fitbit just announced that it has added a new COVID-19 research study to its existing in-app resources on the disease. The company has already been  [Read More…]

Samsung’s base Note 20 might ship with a 60Hz display

Samsung’s Note line is no longer a no-compromise line.

What you need to know Samsung equipped all of its Galaxy S20 phones with a 120Hz display, but it may not do so with the Note 20. A new report indicates the smaller Note 20 may not be equipped with a 120Hz display option. It’s possible this is done to preserve battery life and performance.

Samsung’s Galaxy phones have been known for their good to great displays, and  [Read More…]

Why might you use Google Meet over other video conference solutions?

Best answer: Google Meet is one of Google’s videoconferencing platforms that comes bundled as part of the company’s enterprise software package known as G Suite. Google is making Meet free to use from May through September 2020, and it is a solid alternative to other popular video platforms.

Desktop version: Google Meet (See at Google) Mobile app: Google Meet (See at Google Play Store) What is Google Meet?

Meet is Google’s version of an enterprise or corporate  [Read More…]

The POCO F2 Pro might be the cheapest Snapdragon 865-powered phone yet

It is expected to be a rebranded version of the Redmi K30 Pro.

What you need to know The rumored POCO F2 Pro has been listed online by popular retailer GearBest. As per the listing, the F2 Pro will be the “most affordable” flagship and feature a “true full screen” design. POCO is expected to announce the F2 Pro sometime later this year.

Last week, a report had claimed that the next POCO flagship will be priced  [Read More…]

After being killed twice, Newton Mail might have a buyer (again)

Third time’s the charm?

What you need to know Newton, the popular email app, may not be going away after all. Following the closure of Essential, Newton announced it would be shutting down on April 30. We should get a final announcement by April 20.

Don’t call it a comeback — call it a comeback x2. On March 26, the official Newton blog was updated with a new post announcing that the company is trying to hold  [Read More…]

The Oculus Quest 2 might have been leaked by Facebook

A not-so-hidden codename.

What you need to know The Oculus Quest is a standalone VR headset with built-in cameras for tracking. It has made waves in the VR world for its aggressive pricing and wire-free experience. While it’s too soon to announce a successor, we may have confirmation it exists. A codename ‘Del Mar’ hints that an Oculus Quest 2 may be in development.

The Oculus Quest is still a fledgling VR platform, but it looks like  [Read More…]

Huawei’s upcoming P40 Pro might not bring faster charging speeds

The P40 Pro could have the same 40W SuperCharge wired fast charging tech as Huawei’s current flagship phones.

What you need to know Huawei P40 series phones have been certified by China’s 3C regulatory body. The certification reveals the standard P40 supports 22.5W charging, while the P40 Pro supports 40W charging. Both the Huawei P40 and P40 Pro will be announced at a global launch event in Paris on March 26.

Huawei’s P30 Pro was one of  [Read More…]

A new patent indicates the PS5 controller might read biometric data

More Sony patents emerge, shedding light on possible future controller plans.

What you need to know A new patent has been filed by Sony for a different design of controller. This patent is for features on a controller that could read biometric data from players for gameplay feedback. The PlayStation 5 controller has not been described as having any of these features so far.

More and more Sony patents for possibly controller designs are continuing to appear.  [Read More…]

The first Android-powered feature phone might be the Nokia 400 4G

It’s been coming since 2019.

What you need to know HMD Global is reportedly working on an Android feature phone. Called the Nokia 400 4G, it’ll ship with a new variant of Android customised for the form factor. New evidence of its existence was just spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance.

HMD Global, the company behind the Nokia brand, might be getting ready to bring Android to the feature phone world. A phone known as the Nokia 400  [Read More…]