Hold it, flash bang wallop
Smartphone firm Huawei today said that a dual screen video facility comes as part of a software update rolled out gradually in overseas markets from today.
Meet the proper Nexus successors
Google has officially unveiled its newest Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL smartphones, an affordable 5.6- and 6.0-inchers with Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 SoC, and the same camera as on the Pixel 3 smartphone.
Only for next-gen APUs
It appears that upcoming next-generation Ryzen processors will be limited to existing high-end and mid-range chipset while the entry-level A320 chipset will only support next-gen Ryzen APUs.
By nearly 50 percent
With Solid-state drives both getting cheaper and higher in capacity, it does not come as a surprise that HDD shipments are expected to drop by nearly 50 percent in 2019.
With new Intel 9th gen CPUs and Nvidia GTX 16-series GPUs
Dell has announced that its XPS 15 notebook will be getting an upgrade with new Intel 9th generation Core CPUs and Nvidia GTX 16-series mobiles GPUs in June.
7nm octa-core SoC with 1+1+6 configuration
While Qualcomm has only recently unveiled the Snapdragon 730 SoC, alleged specifications of the Snapdragon 735 have leaked online, showing rather interesting core configuration.
Most likely all about new Pixel phones
While we already know that new Pixel smartphones are coming, Google has now launched a dedicated page which both promotes the upcoming Avengers: Endgame movie as well as promises something big coming to the Pixel universe on May 7th.
Coming with rotating pop-up triple camera
Samsung has unveiled its complete new Galaxy A-series smartphone lineup with Galaxy A80 as the flagship. The Galaxy A80 will come with a unique pop-up and rotating camera system which doubles up as both the main and selfie one.
Just a design concept for now
It appears that Asus is considering a dual-slider design for its upcoming flagship smartphone, which is a neat concept that could provide a high screen-to-body ratio.