Below are the Samsung and Google smartphone leaks that surfaced this past week.
Here’s a breakdown of almost every smartphone leak from the last few of days. The leaks below encompass news from November 17th to November 23rd.
Samsung will reportedly launch a Galaxy S10 variant with a 6.7-inch display and six cameras — two on the front and four on the rear. This large smartphone will also feature 5G connectivity and the still unannounced 855 Snapdragon processor.
For more on this six camera Galaxy S10 variant, click here.
Another recent rumour suggests that Samsung will call its upcoming foldable smartphone the “Samsung Galaxy Flex.” While previous rumours had indicated that the phone will launch as Galaxy X or Galaxy F, it seems that Samsung’s phone will use Flex branding instead.
For more on the Samsung Galaxy Flex leak, click here.
At launch, the Samsung Galaxy S10 will launch in black, white, yellow and green. The rumour indicates that Samsung will not sell all thecolour variants in all markets and that some will feature a gradient similar to the Thunder Purple OnePlus 6T.
For more on the rainbow of Galaxy S10 products, click here.
Another Galaxy S10 rumour suggests that one of the Galaxy S10 variants will feature a ceramic back. This ceramic device is likely the previously rumoured 6.7-inch Galaxy S10 variant. Additionally, the ceramic handset will be available in both black and white.
For more on the ceramic Galaxy S10, click here.
A new image shows the Google Pixel 3 Lite beside the Pixel 3. The image suggests that the Pixel 3 Lite will be slightly smaller than the Pixel 3, with a 5.56-inch IPS LCD display and 2,220 x 1,090-pixel resolution, a Snapdragon 670 chipset with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and a 2,915mAh processor.
For more on the Pixel 3 Lite side by side with the Pixel 3, click here.
An Apple patent reveals that the company may be looking towards adding shifting colours, textured groove patterns and colour gradients to its upcoming phones.
For more on this Apple patent, click here.
LG trademarked the ‘Flex,’ ‘Foldi,’ and ‘Duplex’ brand names. LG may use these brand names with the release of its upcoming foldable display smartphones.
For more on the LG trademarks, click here.
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