From Samsung to LG, a variety of smartphone leaks surfaced last week.
Here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know, including patents and a number of smartphone leaks and rumours. These leaks encompass news ranging from April 14th to April 20th.
This week was jam-packed filled with Samsung smartphone leaks. First off is a rumour about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, codenamed ‘Crown.’ This leak came from the reliable leaker Evan Blass.
For more on the Galaxy Note 9, click here.
Two new Samsung patents were published on March 30th. The first patent discovered featured a Samsung smartphone with an iPhone X-style notch with nearly no bezel whatsoever.
Additionally, the device features a dual-rear camera setup with what looks like no Samsung-esque edges. Further, the other patent shows off a device that looks like the Apex FullView. It seems to lack a front-facing camera sensor and only a single rear-facing shooter.
For more on the Samsung patents, click here.
Another leak reveals Samsung will launch a Galaxy X foldable smartphone next year. It appears the smartphone features three OLED screens, measuring in at 3.5-inches each. The report says that Samsung will manufacture 500,0000 to two million units of the smartphone.
For more on the Samsung Galaxy X, click here.
Next year it also appears that the Galaxy S10 will not go through a major redesign. The rumour points to the S10 featuring a 5.8-inch display and the S10+ to including a 6.3-inch screen.
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Often reliable leaker Evan Blass shared a render of the G7 ThinQ.
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The serial leaker also gave us a release schedule for the LG V35 ThinQ and the LG V40 ThinQ. The V35 ThinQ is set to come out at around the same time as the G7 ThinQ, according to reports. While the V40 ThinQ is reportedly releasing in late summer or early fall.
For more on the V40 ThinQ, click here.
Jerry Shen, the CEO of Asus, revealed that the smartphone company will announce a gaming smartphone.
For more on the Asus gaming phone, click here.
OnePlus teases waterproofing for the OnePlus 6. It’s the first time ever a OnePlus device will feature any sort of water resistance.
For more on the OnePlus 6 waterproofing, click here.