The last seven days marked the long-awaited arrival of the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL right along plenty of other Google hardware like the Pixel Slate and a new wireless charger called Pixel Stand. Just two days later Samsung uncovered the Galaxy A9 (2018) – a smartphone with four cameras, making it the first in the world with so many shooters on the back.
There’s a telephoto lens, a wide-angle camera, a regular snapper, and a depth-sensing cam. We are currently preparing our review, which should let us know if a phone really needs so many cameras, so stick around to know more about it.
Week 41 also saw the arrival of the Razer Phone 2 with glass back and RGB logo, the Oppo K1 which is aiming to be a cheaper alternative to the Oppo R17, and plenty of Huawei Mate 20 leaked videos that would appear officially next week when the phone will be announced.
Most new features tend to be software ones, running on the faster S845 chip. The retail box includes USB-C Pixel earbuds.
The four cams are standard, ultra-wide, tele and depth sensor. Basically, the A7 with an extra cam, along with a larger screen and battery.
Flipkart has a buyback program that will return 70% of the price of the F1 “when you upgrade to a new Poco phone”. You pay full price up front, though.
Leaked images of cases for both model offer a clear look before the flagship duo’s official announcement.
The 120Hz screen is now 50% brighter. Other additions include IP67, wireless charging and a Chroma RGB lighting for the logo.
Both sold separately. Chrome OS has been redesigned to be touch-friendly while providing a desktop-like experience.
The update will bring new camera features and some UI fixes first for current Galaxy S and Galaxy Note flagships.
The search giant has been poking fun at various rumors, including the one that we know everything about the Pixels.
The chipset has been upgraded as well, including an improved cooling solution. The screen is still one of a kind with is 120Hz refresh rate.