Yesterday we heard that the Samsung Galaxy S21 (alternatively known as the Galaxy S30) could be arriving as early as January. Today, we’ve got another leak to report: the first pictures showing what the phone might look like.
The renderings are courtesy of seasoned tipster @OnLeaks, who posted a variety of images showing the upcoming phone from all angles (embedded below). Considering the source’s track record, these pictures should be fairly accurate.
You’ll notice that there’s a big design c…
New AirPods coming in 2021; AirPods Studio delayed; possible new HomePod – 9to5Mac
It would be no surprise to learn that Apple is planning on launching new AirPods next year, and a new report today has a few claimed details …
It would be no surprise to learn that Apple is planning on launching new AirPods next year, and a new report today has a few claimed details.
It suggests that new entry-level AirPods will look similar to the current AirPods Pro …
Bloomberg has the report.
The Cupertino, California-based technology giant is working on two new models: third-generation entry-level AirPods and the second version of the AirPods Pro earbuds, according to people familiar with the plans
OnePlus announces two new affordable Nord phones – The Verge
OnePlus has announced a pair of new phones for its midrange Nord lineup — the N10 5G and N100. The N10 5G starts at £329 in the UK and €349 in Germany while the…
Unlike the first Nord, the N10 5G and N100 will eventually release in the US
The OnePlus N10 5G has four rear cameras and is powered by a Snapdragon 690.
OnePlus has announced a pair of new phones for its midrange Nord lineup the N10 5G and N100. Both sit below the existing £379/399 OnePlus Nord in terms of specs and price. The N10 5G starts at £329 in the UK and 349 in Germany (around $412) and is powered by a Snapdragon 690, while the N100 starts at £179 and 199 (around $235) in…
Facebook launches cloud games but says Apple won’t allow it on iOS – CNBC
Facebook announced the launch of cloud gaming on its desktop website and Android app, but said it’s unable to bring the games to iOS due to Apple’s “arbitrary”…
Facebook announced on Monday the launch of cloud gaming on its desktop website and Android app but said it’s unable to bring the games to iOS due to Apple’s “arbitrary” policies.
Facebook’s web and Android users can try free-to-play games in seconds without leaving the social network. Users play a game that’s streamed from Facebook’s data centers without having to first download the game onto their devices. The idea is similar to services offered by Microsoft and Google, but without the console-quality…
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