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Leaked Pixel 3a and 3a XL renders show what Google’s next phones will look like

Renders of Google’s next smartphones – the Pixel 3a and 3a XL – have leaked online, offering a glimpse of what the devices will look like. The pictures, obtained by  Android Headlines , show the two phones side-by-side in simple cases. Notably, they both appear to have large bezels surrounding the display, suggesting that Google is not planning to follow rivals down the “all-screen display” route. The devices also appear to come with a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is placed on top of the phone. READ MORE Google Pixel 3 review: Slightly…

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OnePlus 7 Pro to feature CURVED display, pop-up selfie camera and 5G connectivity

OnePlus is gearing up for the launch of its next-generation smartphones, and there’s one device in particular that fans of the Chinese tech brand are very excited about. The company’s flagship device, the OnePlus 7 Pro, is rumoured to feature a 6.64-inch curved Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display – a big step up from the OLED screens seen on current OnePlus phones. The display is said to have a refresh rate of 90Hz, which is higher than most phones, suggesting OnePlus it could be aimed at mobile gamers. OnePlus founder and…

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OnePlus 7 release date revealed, and we could see TWO all-new flagship phones

OnePlus will launch two brand-new flagship smartphones at an event next month, according to the latest rumour. The first will be a follow-up to the OnePlus 6T called, naturally, OnePlus 7. Meanwhile, OnePlus is also purportedly looking to debut a second, pricier 5G-touting handset called OnePlus 7 Pro. The latest leak comes courtesy of Twitter tipster Ishan Agarwal, who has had a pretty solid track record forecasting previous OnePlus and Google Pixel announcements. According to Agarwal, the new handset will be unveiled on-stage on May 14, 2019.  As always, we’d…

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iPhone SE 2 rumour: Apple’s smaller, cheaper iPhone could be resurrected in 2020

A successor to the pocket-friendly iPhone SE could finally be on the way, amid rumours that Apple is working on a smaller, cheaper model of its flagship device for 2020. The iPhone SE was first released in 2016, and updated again in 2017, with larger storage options. It shared the same physical design and dimensions as the iPhone 5S, but had upgraded internal hardware, including the newer A9 chip, greater battery capacity, and a 12-megapixel rear camera. The iPhone SE was discontinued by Apple in 2018, but no successor was announced . At…

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iPhone XI 2019: UK release date, price, specs and features of Apple’s next iPhones

Apple’s next iPhone is still some way off, but the rumour mill is already in full swing, with details about the new smartphone leaking out all over the place. The device has been given a working title of “iPhone 11” or “iPhone XI” , but Apple’s naming convention went out the window with the launch of the iPhone X in 2017, so its actual name is anyone’s guess. However, some choice details about the new iPhone have been leaked by trusted sources, helping to build up a picture of the devices coming…

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Best travel camera 2019: 10 compact models perfect for your vacation

While most smartphone cameras are fine for general snaps, they simply won’t do justice to the things you see and experience when you’re on your travels. On the other hand, carrying a bulky DSLR is just too much of a hassle for a lot of people. This is why the ‘travel camera’ genre is so popular. These are pocket-sized compact cameras barely larger than a regular point-and-shoot model, but packing in massive 20x, 30x or even longer zoom lenses. That means you get the portability of a regular compact camera,…

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Samsung has fixed a MAJOR problem with its Galaxy Fold phone just in time for release

Samsung’s first foldable smartphone is due to go on sale next month, and the South Korean tech giant is furiously testing the new device ahead of release. It has even gone as far as to build a robot to test whether the Galaxy Fold can outlast 200,000 folds and unfolds (or around five years of use, if used 100 times a day). The South Korean smartphone maker has released a video of the test, which reportedly took a full week to complete. The video shows the robot repeatedly folding and unfolding six…

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Nintendo will launch TWO new Switch consoles this summer, report claims

In a bid to keep up with its rivals, Nintendo is planning to launch two new Switch consoles this summer, according to a new report. The Wall Street Journal report cites people ‘familiar with the matter’, and claims that Nintendo could launch a cheaper version of the Switch as well as a more powerful model. The more enhanced model is rumoured to have ‘enhanced features targeted at avid videogamers’, although it’s unlikely to be powerful enough to compete with either the Xbox One X or PlayStation 4 Pro. Meanwhile, Nintendo is expected to ditch the…

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Samsung Galaxy Fold release date, price colours, specs

The Samsung Galaxy Fold is a folding phone which was first shown off in a heavily disguised form at Samsung’s Developer Conference in San Francisco on November 7, 2018. It was then the star of the show at the Galaxy Unpacked live event on Wednesday 20 February, 2019. The phone is due to be released in April 2019. Until Unpacked, it was widely thought that the handset would be called the Samsung Galaxy X, but it was confirmed at the February event that it will be actually be called the…

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New high-tech Hyundai invention could see cars keys replaced by mobile app

Frantically looking for your car keys could become a thing of the past after a manufacturer developed an app to control a vehicle by mobile phone. Hyundai has created the ‘Digital Key’ which uses Near Field Communication to allow a phone and car to talk to each other when in close proximity. After the smartphone unlocks the vehicle, the driver starts the engine by placing the device on the wireless charging pad in the centre console and pressing an engine Start/Stop button on the dashboard. The app can be used by up to four…

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