One of the wonders of instant messaging is being able to send and receive photos, videos, documents, and other files. However, an increasingly common feature in these apps is instant payments. WhatsApp seems to be implementing this in the near future – but don’t expect to use it in the US anytime soon.
Enough with render leaks, the Galaxy Note8 has just been leaked in real-world photos in all its pixelated glory, courtesy of MyEverydayTech.com, who took them down shortly thereafter. See for yourself:
Last Friday, VentureBeat leaked the first photos of the Pixel 2. They also confirmed front-facing speakers, large bezels, and no headphone jack. Below is that image:
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon line of SoC’s is one of the most popular around the world when it comes to smartphones. In a recent patent filing, the name of the newest Snapdragon chip was confirmed: the “Snapdragon 845” chipset.
Courtesy of the folks over at Android Police, the image you see above is what is believed to be a highly accurate representation of Google’s next-generation flagship smartphone, the 2017 Pixel “XL.” This will be the codenamed “taimen” device.
Sony is preparing to launch new smartphones yet again. They’re holding their traditional IFA conference on August 31st, where they’ll announce two phones, the G8341 and the G8441. However, the latter just passed through AnTuTu Benchmark, revealing a possible new iteration of their Compact line.
We recently posted about the Moto M2, that is rumored to be launching in India this October. It seems that the rumor bandwagon is yet to stop, with more details leaking ahead of the official unveiling of the device.
Motorola, under Lenovo’s leadership, has been trying to switch things up in their mobile lineup. Most recently, they’ve released another iteration in their Moto G line, the Moto G5. And with the Moto E comeback to the US and their new entry-line Moto C, it’s clear they’re up for something. But they still have a few tricks up their sleeve. One of them being a Moto X comeback.
Just recently we found that Google had shelved “muskie”—the supposed Pixel XL successor. Muskie is likely to be replaced by “taimen,” an even larger device. Now, reports are saying LG might be the manufacturer of that larger device.
Recently, OnePlus released renders of their upcoming flagship, the OnePlus 5, and many Android and OnePlus fans were outraged at the design’s similarity to Apple’s iPhone 7/7+.