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@OnLeaks has done it again by providing not only the most prominent concept renders of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus we have seen yet, but adding a full 360-degree video to it as well! While what you see here are conceptual renders based on rumors and leaks, we are pretty much sure that when the S8 series does come out next month, the phones will greatly resemble these images.



We can see a glass and metal build with two antennae lines near the bottom and the much anticipated curved display with very slim bezels. The fingerprint scanner has been moved to the back, right beside the rear camera and as expected, there's no physical Home button. The power button and the volume buttons are all on the left side, with a single button on the right for activating Samsung's own voice assistant Bixby. The 3.5mm headphone jack, a speaker grille, the microphone and the USB Type-C port can be seen at the bottom.



Do you think this is in a way, our first complete look at the Galaxy S8 series? Let us know in the comments. Also check out the first and the second leaked luve images of the actual Galaxy S8 on YouMobile.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

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Feast your eyes on the upcoming Galaxy Tab S3, as posted by Roland Quandt also known on Twitter as @rquandt. If this picture is showing the real deal, then the Tab S3 will indeed be supporting an S-Pen this year. In fact, the leak also assures that the stylus will be bundled in the package instead of being sold as an accessory. In case you have not checked out the other leaked specifications of the Galaxy Tab S3 yet, do so now.


9.6-inch display with with 2048 x 1536 pixels resolution
Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC
4GB of RAM
32GB of internal storage
12-megapixel rear camera
Nougat 7.0
LTE Cat.6, Gigabit WLAN, Bluetooth v4.2
$600 USD (approximately)


To take a closer look at what the GFXBench leak revealed about three weeks ago, click here. It looks like after quite a long time, Samsung is finally going to release a tablet that might actually be worth buying.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



The Galaxy S8 has brought true desktop experience onto a mobile phone, thanks to DeX. However, here are a few things that you need to know about the app, before you decide to buy the S8 or the S8+ based on that feature.


You NEED the Dock


You will have to shell out an additional $160 to buy the DeX Dock because it simply won't work without it. The dock has an HDMI port, two USB ports, Bluetooth, a cooling fan and it even charges the phone. Apart from the monitor itself and the connecting wire, this is the only other accessory you will need.


It Resembles Windows


The experience is not unlike what we are all used to seeing from Windows computers. The app window is at the bottom left corner, just like the Windows button and you can minimize, maximize or multitask on the monitor just like on a fully-fledged PC or Mac.


You May Not Really Need it!


We cannot deny that the idea and the implementation is excellent this time around and even beats the Microsoft Continuum system in a few things. However, since it is not exactly a laptop replacement, we are not sure if you really can find it useful! It's not like you can carry around a monitor in addition to a phone and a dock while travelling. At home or office, you already have a laptop or two, so Samsung may need to find some good uses for it very soon, if they want DeX to be a major selling factor for the Galaxy S8 series.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



Samsung has no plans to reveal the Galaxy Note 8 before August 23rd but as always, they are terrible at keeping things under the lid and we have pretty much seen everything that there is to see about the design of the device. Everything from rendered images to even 3D videos has been shown to us by various leaksters and digital artists during the course of the last few weeks. Today, we have more renders of the Galaxy Note 8 to show you, but in the Midnight Black color variant. Do take a look and let us know what you think about this leak by Evan Blass (@evleaks).


Via: SamMobile


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



The Apple September Event is finally over and now we know everything (almost) that there is to know about the upcoming gadgets and smartphones from Apple. Since the time for rumors is over, let us delve right into what was unveiled by the company earlier today and list the details revealed by the company regarding the iPhone 7.


The iPhone 7


Chipset: It will use the Apple A10 chip which offers a performance boost of 40% over last year's A9 chip, at a clock speed of 2.44GHz (hopefully).


Display: 4.7-inch 750 × 1334 pixels HD Retina Display with enhanced 3D Touch, which was declared to be 25% brighter than the iPhone 6s' screen.


Camera: 12-megapixel primary camera with OIS. It offers better exposure, lower aperture and a sensor that's 60% faster than that of the iPhone 6s. The front camera has an enhanced 7-megapixel sensor with Auto Image Stabilisation.


Battery: Apple claimed that the iPhone would last a user 12-hours while browsing on LTE networks. No other specific details were revealed.


Storage, release date and price: You can pre-order the 32GB, 128GB and 256GB variants of the iPhone 7 for USD 649, USD 749 and USD 849 respectively, starting from September 9. It will go on worldwide sale officially from September 16.


Color Options: Jet Black (128GB and 256GB only), Matte Black, Silver, Rose Gold and Gold.


Other improvements


The iPhone 7 comes with two stereo speakers and the new speaker has been placed on top of the phone. It is also the first iPhone to sport IP67 certification for water-resistance. Expectedly, Apple has done away with the 3.5mm jack, but has included an adapter to connect your old headphones to it via the lightning port, which will directly accept the bundled lightning EarPods. As we reported earlier, the iPhone 7 does not have a physical Home button; instead, there's a solid state Home button now, which is pressure sensitive and provides varying haptic feedbacks depending on the use.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

 



While the name of the next Android OS might still be undecided, the first developer preview of the OS is here. As of now, the developer version of Android O is eligible for being rolled out to the Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, the Pixel C tablet and the Nexus Player.


Google has already given us the timeline regarding the Developer Preview release schedule for Android O. The first one already came out on March 21 and other three will follow consecutively in mid-May, mid-June and mid-July. It is being expected that Android 8.0 will see the first stable public release from late August or early September at best.


Significant changes seen so far in the OS include changes and improvements in the Notification menu, the status bar, the navigation bar, Quick Settings, App badges, System UI customization options, physical keyboard support, Autofill API, background processes, PIP support and much more. To check out the actual details as made clear by Android Authority, click here.


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