For more on the iPhone 9 announcement date, click here.
Apple’s online store accidentally updated a Belkin screen protector listing to state that it’s compatible with the 2020 version of the iPhone SE. This handset will reportedly feature a 4.7-inch screen, an A13 processor, 3GB of RAM and either 64GB, 128GB or 256GB of storage.
For more on the iPhone SE updated version listing, click here.
The OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro’s official cases leaked before the phones’ eventual launch later this month. The cases come in clear, nylon and two sandstone texture variants, ‘Sandstone Cyan’ and ‘Sandstone Purple.’ There’s also a new ‘Karbon’ case, that sports a carbon-fibre like finish.
Leaked renders of the OnePlous 8 show that the phone is coming out in a ‘Glow’ colour variant as well as black and green.
For more on the OnePlus 8 and the Glow colour, click here.
The OnePlus 8 Pro will reportedly feature a 6.78-inch ‘Super Fluid Curved’ display with HDR10+ and 1400 nits of brightness. Additionally, the phone sports a 120Hz refresh rate and will feature improved haptics.
For more on the OnePlus 8 Pro display leak, click here.
A reported image of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+’s (or Note 20 Ultra) LED View Cover case mould leaked courtesy of Roland Quandt. From the model, it appears the handset’s camera placement will be the same as the S20 series. The mould also shows that the buttons are on the right side, which is different from the Note 10 series.
Here’s a fun one. This is a mold for an inlay for the official Samsung Galaxy Note 11 (Plus) LED View Cover. (Ignore the markings and the aspect ratio could be a little off, too). pic.twitter.com/kAZEFmTXhB
It looks like Google might be jumping on the flexible display bandwagon. A patent published by the tech giant indicates the company is also looking to patent a foldable device. The phone can bend in a way that features the screen next to the rear-facing camera sensor, according to the patent. The patent also outlines how the phone is able to fold at a 90-degree angle.
For more on the Google flexible display patent, click here.
A number of iPhone users are seeing a strange green tint on their devices’ displays for a few seconds after unlocking, and it’s still unclear what’s causing the phenomenon. Based on the complaints posted on Reddit and the MacRumors forum, the most affected devices are the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. However, some iPhone X and XS users seem to be experiencing the issue, as well.
Several users are saying that the green tint only shows up when they have Dark Mode and Night Shift on or if they’re in dark room. Affected users are also reporting that the issue popped up after iOS 13.4 came out, though there are those who’ve only noticed it after upgrading to iOS 13.5. At least one user says the green tint disappeared upon installing iOS 13.5.5, which is currently in beta, so it’s looking more likely that it’s a software issue. We’ve reached out to Apple for a statement and will update you when we hear back — if it is a software issue, then the tech giant is bound to roll out an update that’ll fix it in the future.
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The rescheduled date for the next season of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Season 4, has been leaked. The turnover from Season 3 had been delayed so as to not overshadow or contend with the global protests surrounding racial injustice.
Through data-mining the files of Season 3, per ModernWarzone, Twitter user Geekypastimes discovered that the ending date had been altered from June 2, to June 10. This would mean the change-over will occur at what is a regular time for new Call of Duty updates, in the evening of June 9 if you’re in the US, and in the morning of June 10 if you’re UK and Europe.
Activision and Infinity Ward announced on Twitter that the regularly scheduled next season would be delayed indefinitely on June 2. “Right now it’s time for those speaking up for inequality, justice and change to be seen and heard,” the message reads. “We stand alongside you.” It was expected to roll-out sometime June 3, containing several new weapons and maps, and a new operator. The Galil and Vector are believed to be headed to your arsenal, Scrapyard among the new locations, and one Captain Price to be a playable character.
In light of the current discussions about racial inequality, Infinity Ward has begun taking measures against racism in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s multiplayer and Warzone.
Oppo has been rumored to be developing a smart TV at least since Christmas and we now have some concrete proof of those plans. On its official Weibo page, the company published an infographic celebrating 1 year of commercial 5G efforts in China. We thought that it was 1 November last year when that kicked off, but Oppo may have something else in mind and even so that little discrepancy is beside the point.
Down at the very bottom of the rather long image, there’s a stylized depiction of a TV in a grid of pictured existing products.
Oppo infographic chopped into more easily digestible pieces, TV in last image
Sister company Realme recently released a couple of smart TVs in India powered by Android TV and featuring Google Assistant. Priced very competitively, they could be a soak test before Oppo’s own foray into the field.
Oppo unveiled a set of truly wireless earphones, the Enco W51 the other day. Alongside them, the Oppo Band made a debut as well. Both of these devices are featured there in the infographic next to the TV’s placeholder, but the TV itself is yet to make an appearance.
Meanwhile, Nokia of all companies launched a smart TV as well, two days ago too. Apparently, smartphone companies can’t afford to not be making TVs anymore.
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