NEXT-IMAGE 2020 can win you a P40 Pro or $10K
Huawei and the UK government sure have some differences over the 5G network, but on a positive notr, Huawei wants to offer something to its phone photo enthusiasts. The company is still accepting entries until the end of this month for the world's biggest smartphone photography competition HUAWEI NEXT-IMAGE 2020.
Coming in 2020
AMD has confirmed that earlier rumors are not true and that Zen 3 is still on track for 2020.
Free for the developers for the first time
Apple had already said that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held online, and now we know it kicks off on June 22nd.
Triple rear camera system for LG's latest SD765G-powered smartphone
LG has released a few more details about its upcoming mid-range Velvet smartphone which should be officially launched on May 7th, including a triple rear camera system, display, and battery details, as well as all four color options.
Nokia 5310 as a part of the Originals family
In addition to the flagship Nokia 8.3 5G, HMD Global also unveiled two new mid-range and entry-level smartphones, the Nokia 5.3 and the Nokia 1.3, as well as a new member of the Originals family, the Nokia 5310.
At a dedicated event in London
Although it had to cancel its MWC 2020 presentation, HMD Global will unveil its new Nokia phones at a dedicated event in London, on March 19th.
With 6.45-inch FullView screen and more
Although it failed to be the star of the MWC 2020 show in Barcelona due to Coronavirus, the vivo APEX 2020 concept phone has just been described in detail and it shows in which direction vivo is heading with its future smartphones.
Now goes for just $35
In order to celebrate its upcoming eight birthday, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has decided to drop the price of the Raspberry Pi 4 2GB by $10, down to $35.
Date set for February 24th
As MWC 2020 has been officially canceled, Huawei and Honor have now set the date for an online event, which will include a live stream with CEO, Richard Yu, as the host.
6.9 million 5G devices
Huawei had a pretty good year, and despite the trade wars between China and the US, the company not only rolled some of the best smartphones on the market but also managed to move 240 million smartphones and over 6.9 million 5G smartphones in 2019.