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After releasing the flagship device HTC One M9, the Taiwanese company is preapring to relase its mid-ranger brother, HTC One E9, as revealed by a leaked entry in Chinese regulatory authority TENAA.

 

Interestingly enough, the One E9 differs more extensively from the One M9 than the former generation did. Most notably, the screen size has been increased to 5.5-inches and resolution has gotten a bump to QHD, as opposed to the One M9's 5-inch FullHD screen.

 

The One E9 will pack a top-of-the-line Mediatek MT6795 chipset paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The main camera on the back will be a 20MP unit, behind a large circular lens. On the front you'll find either a 13MP conventional snapper or a 4MP UltraPixel model.

 

The body will measure 156.5 x 76.5 x 7.5mm and a 2800mAh battery will reside inside. The smartphone will offer dual SIM dual standby capability and will boot Lollipop with SenseUI 7.0 out of the box.

 

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HTC One M9

 

A trusted insider report close to HTC has leaked info about the HTC One (M9) aka Hima Main camera sensor. He says with certainty the new One (M9) will feature a DUAL 20MP camera sensors (20MP + 20MP) at the back, a dual setup similar to the one introduced with the previous One (M8) flagship. The flash should be dual-tone dual-LED flash, just like before.

 

The insider source also confirms HTC won't be giving up on the UltraPixel technology and it will use a 4 UltraPixel sensor for the front camera, intended for selfies

 

One M9

 

HTC One (M9) is expected to pack a 5" 1080p display and run on the latest generation Snapdragon 810 chipset with an octa-core processor, Adreno 430 graphics and 3GB of RAM. The flagship will powered by Android 5.0.2 Lollipop with HTC Sense 7.0 UI.

 

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Samsung may have their hands full with the Galaxy Note 7 ever since it started to blow up due to faulty batteries, but that could also contribute to the OEM pushing its next flagship smartphone ahead of schedule. Whether it will be released earlier this year or not is something that we will just have to wait to find out, but the rumor mill is at it again and here are a few juicy bits of those rumors that you may like.


30-megapixel camera sensor - Although Nokia already did one better by fitting a 41-megapixel sensor on the back of the Lumia 1020 back in 2013, No Android smartphone has ever sported a 30-megapixel camera yet. The Galaxy S8 is rumoured to be the pioneer in this regard by hosting one of these mythical sensors next year.


Self-manufactured Snapdragon 830 SoC - If the latest rumors are to be believed then Samsung could be the sole manufacturer of the SD 830 chipset on a 10nm process next year. It will be interesting to see how it stacks up against its own in-house Exynos 8895 chip.


Other rumors around the upcoming flagship include 6GB of RAM, a 4,200 mAh battery and even a projector! We are not quite sure about the projector, but all the other rumors do not seem that farfetched to be honest. However, Samsung values the quality of the lenses and the sensor more than the size of the sensor, so the megapixel count may not go up as high as 30-megapixel yet. But then again, you never know!


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We had heard previously that the Samsung Galaxy S8 may sport a 30-mp camera on its back, but it didn't seem that realistic, given that the S7 (12-mp) actually sported a lower sensor size than the S6 (16-mp), albeit a better one. The latest rumors are once again blowing the 30-megapixel rear camera rumor away as they hint towards a dual rear camera setup for the upcoming flagship.


If these rumors have it right then the Galaxy S8 could feature either a single module with two camera sensors or two totally different modules accompanying each of the sensors. Whichever it turns out to be, the two sensors will have a resolution of 16-megapixel and 8-megapixel respectively. It will be interesting to see what other changes they bring into the new camera modules.


Samsung could also remove the physical Home button completely in favour of an "all screen" or "full screen" design. Alternate theories propose a less radical move by suggesting that Samsung might replace the clickable Home button with a fixed capacitive button instead of removing it completely. As Samsung might also be manufacturing the SD 830 SoC for Qualcomm exclusively this year, the 10nm processor is sure to make an appearance in at least the US version of the S8. That being said, this will close the gaps in performance between its in-house Exynos 8895 (10nm) processor (which will likely power the international versions) and the Snapdragon 830.


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Even though Samsung did not exactly say it out loud, we are sure that the iris scanner will inevitably be a part of the Galaxy S8 next year. The company has made it official that they will compensate their parts suppliers, who suffered a loss as a direct result of the Note 7's recall and subsequent discontinuation. Both common sense and reports from South Korea are suggesting that this compensation will involve endowing the S8 with an iris scanner. Additionally, Samsung may also choose to equip the S8 with a dual-lens rear camera sensor to increase revenue for the affected supply chain partners.


Sources state that the main partners who will benefit from this decision are Sekonix (camera lens supplier), Samsung Electro-Mechanics (camera module supplier), Patron and MCNEX (iris scanner manufacturer) and Kolen (supplies the lens necessary for building the iris scanner). Since there is also another rumor going around, which states that Samsung will concentrate on one flagship smartphone in the entire next year, this might actually be a good strategy. It will help Samsung stay in good terms with their suppliers, as well as slowly turning around the unfortunate incident which has and will continue to cost all involved parties dearly for at least a good while more.


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All previous reports and rumors indicated that the Samsung Galaxy S8 would be sporting a dual camera at its back, but a new leak right out of China has disrupted those reports. A popular source on Weibo has leaked information which states that the S8 will not sport two cameras on its back, but will instead continue with a single camera sensor as usual. This comes as quite surprising, especially since top competitor Apple themselves have also shifted onto the dual-camera setup from this year with the iPhone 7 Plus.


"S8 two-camera program basically fell through, continue to adhere to the single-camera war 2017." - @ I ice universe



Update: It has also been indicated that the rumoured 6.2-inch version of the S8 will sport the dual-camera setup ditched by the regular variant. If it's true, then this would mean that Samsung is about to follow the same route as Apple, by reserving its dual camera setup for the bigger version.
Now that the rumors regarding the camera of the S8 are in a bit of disarray, we will just have to wait and see if the rest of the rumors like the 6GB RAM, the edge-to-edge display and the surprisingly big 6.2-inch variant of the S8 actually come into existence.


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Samsung had introduced the world to its first set of dual cameras with the Galaxy Note 8 just a few days ago and now the OEM is getting ready to do something similar in the mid-range segment as well. As per a report by Thai Mobile Center, the Galaxy J7+ will be Samsung's dual camera powered handset in the mid-range price segment in select countries. Of course, we can expect the dual camera setup to be much watered down than what we are seeing on the Galaxy Note 8 for obvious reasons. The Galaxy J7+ itself will likely be a more powerful version of the current gen Galaxy J7 (2017). If you are interested about the specs, just take a look below to know what the rumors are predicting at the moment.


5.5-inch Super AMOLED Full HD display


Exynos 7870


4GB of RAM


32GB internal storage with expandable memory card slot


13-megapixel (f/1.7) + 5-megapixel (f/1.9) rear camera


16-megampixel front camera


3,000mAh non-removable battery


Bixby button


Color options: Black, gold and pink


Via: SamMobile


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After much speculation, Samsung's first mid-range smartphone with a rear mounted dual camera setup is now official. If you want, you are free to take a look at the official page on Samsung's Thai website which lists all the details about the J7+. In case you are not aware, then know that the Galaxy J7+ is the only smartphone in Samsung's arsenal to sport a dual rear camera, other than the Galaxy Note 8. Check out the specs below.


5.5-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display (2.5D protective glass)

Octa-core MediaTek Helio P20 processor

4GB RAM

32GB internal storage with expandable memory card slot

13-megapixel sensor with f/1.7 aperture + 5-megapixel sensor with f/1.9 aperture

16-megapixel front cam

3,000 mAh non-removable battery

dual-SIM card slot, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, USB Type-C port, fingerprint sensor, Always-On Display, Face Detection, Secure Folder, Dual Messenger, and Bixby Home

Black, Pink, and Silver color options

THB 12,900/$390

Samsung U Flex wireless earphones free with Pre-order


As you can see, the specs are not exactly flagship, but quite decent for a mid-range Samsung device. Nevertheless, you will probably find phones such as the OnePlus 5 to be a better bargain at a slightly higher price.


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The LG V20 is indeed coming and it is coming on September 6, when the successor to the LG V10 will be unveiled at an event in San Francisco. This is official news and not a leak as LG Mobiles confirmed these facts on their own just recently. Additionally, we now have some high quality renders, leaked by @OnLeaks that shows us the LG V20 in vivid details.



Apart from the most obviously striking dual camera bump at the back of the V20, we can also see that they may have done away with the dual front camera setup at the front, as is found on the V10. There's also the secondary display on top of the main display and the volume buttons have been shifted to the left of the smartphone. The power button on its back will also act as the fingerprint sensor and the modular, removable bottom seen in the G5 is going to be there in the V20 as well. Keep in mind that there is a bit of controversy regarding whether the modular bottom will really be there or not in the V20, but if this render is accurate, then the module release button at the right does confirm it.


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