From Samsung to Google a variety of smartphone leaks surfaced last week.
Here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know, including patents and a number of images, renders and rumours. These leaks encompass news ranging from May 5th to May 11th.
Leaker Ice Universe revealed a render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The phone looks quite similar the Galaxy Note 8, however is 2mm shorter than its predecessor. The leaker also says the device will not have an on-display fingerprint scanner.
For more on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 render, click here.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was also spotted on a benchmarking platform. The phone featured a multi-core score of 8712 and a single core score of 2411.
To learn more about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 benchmark, click here.
Samsung will reportedly announce four J series smartphones as early as this month. The devices are expected to feature the S Bike functionality that’ll allow the device to go into a special mode whenever the user is biking. The S Bike mode will tell users that they can’t answer right away because they’re on a bike.
To learn more about the upcoming four J series, click here.
Google is rumoured to announce three Pixel branded smartwatches. The devices are codenamed, Triton, Ling and Sardine. The watches are rumoured to feature the upcoming Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset.
For more on the Pixel smartwatches, click here.
Within the same rumour Evan Blass mentioned the Google Pixel 3 and the Google Pixel 3 XL. The devices will get annnouced at the Pixel event in the fall.
Unfortunately there isn’t very much else about the Pixel 3, but we want to hear what you’re excited about for the handset. Let us know here.
The Pixel 3 might have been semi-revealed via the new animations on the Android P beta. The animation gestures showed a smartphone that looked unlike any Pixel device we’ve seen before.
For more on these new animations with the possible Pixel 3, check them out here.
The BlackBerry KEY2 received both its Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG certifications, revealing that it will run Android O.
For more on the BlackBerry KEY 2 certification, click here.
The HTC U12+ might be available in four different variants: black, red rose, violet and translucent. Previous rumours indicate it will also come with a 6-inch display and 64GB of storage. Additionally, it will reportedly arrive in single and dual SIM models.
For more on the HTC U12+ colours, click here.
A render of the Moto Z3 Play has surfaced online showcasing a dual rear facing camera setup with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The phone also appears to have a side facing fingerprint scanner and will continue to support Moto Mods.
For more on the Moto Z3 Play, click here.