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Honor is a leading smartphone brand affiliated with Huawei Group. Despite being an independent series, it is common to see Honor models sharing a similar design with their Huawei counterparts. The Honor 30 Lite 5G (Youth) is expected to launch under that flag name. The phone will be rebranded as Honor 30 5G lite for the rest of the world. Recently, we have seen some real-life images of the Honor 30 5G lite online that give us a glimpse of the rear design. The design look somewhere similar to Huawei enjoys Z 5G's design.


As per leaked images online, the device will feature a triple camera system housed inside a rectangular module placed at the top-left corner of the rear panel. The backside of the phone has an impression of sunbeams radiating from the bottom-left corner. As per rumors, the device will feature a 6.5-inch display which may likely hold a punch-hole design. The Honor 30 Lite 5G has a display with 1080 x 2400 pixel resolution, Full HD+, and a tall aspect ratio of 20:9. The refresh rate of the display is rumored to be 90Hz.


The phone is powered by a powerful MediaTek MT6873 SoC. So, far we don't know anything about RAM or storage configuration. The device holds a 4,000mAh battery that supports 22.5W fast charging. The phone runs on the latest version of OS - Andriod 10 out of the box. For the front camera, the device features a 16MP camera. The rear camera setup is made of a 48MP primary camera sensor teaming up with an 8MP and 2MP sensor.



The Galaxy S8 is going to be officially revealed at the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event in just three more days but that hasn't yet stopped the leaks from coming in though! On that note, let's check out the two leaks we have for you today.


Take a look at the renders above which seem to be legit leaks by V3. From what we can see near the edges, this seems to be the Blue Coral variant, although it might be called something else this year. Other color options revealed so far include Black Sky, Orchid Grey, Arctic Silver, Violet and Gold.



If you have had enough of pictures, we also have a video for you where someone seemingly tries his best to freeze the S8 by typing random keys on the keyboard. Considering that the S8 and the S8+ will be powered by the world's most powerful processors and GPUs, I would say that was an effort in futility! Nevertheless, it gives us a look at a variant of the S8 or S8+ that has a white front. Take a look yourself and let us know what you think in the comments.


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If the reports are correct, then LG will probably unveil the G5 at the Mobile World Congress 2016. Traditionally, LG has always launched its flagship G-series devices a few months after the MWC. This year however, LG is possibly going to put the G5 in head-to-head competition with the Samsung Galaxy S7, one of the most awaited Flagship Android devices of 2016.


LG knows that the Galaxy S7 is already one of the biggest competitors to the G5 at both the MWC and after sales. It is believed by many that in order to counter Samsung's upcoming flagship, the G5 has been redesigned to a great degree in comparison to previous iterations of the G-series. A "leaked" diagram surfaced recently and if it has any legitimacy to it, then the G5 will have volume buttons on the side, rather than on its back like the G4.


From what has been seen in the diagrams, a 149.4 x 73.9 x 8.2 mm metal body may house the power button/fingerprint sensor and a 20 megapixel shooter on the back with a bottom firing mono speaker. The 3.5 mm audio port can be seen on the top while the front of the smartphone may feature a 5.6-inch QHD panel. It should also be powered by the Snapdragon 820 chipset seen only in the LeTV Le Max Pro so far. Will these alleged specs be enough for the G5 to give the Galaxy S7 a run for its money? We will soon find out.


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moto

 

If you like Moto smartphones, then this leak has to be an exciting one for you. The Lenovo owned company, Moto has announced to release several smartphones this year. One of which will be the Moto G series phone powered by Snapdragon 800. This phone has already launched in China as the Moto Edge S and will get a global rebranding as the Moto G100. Another phone that we are going to witness this year by the same company is the Moto G30.

 

Moto G30 and Moto G10 are expected to be released this year. None of these mobiles is the successor to the Moto G from the previous year, however, the Moto G30 shares some of its specs with the Moto G9 released in August 2020. Recently, a few renders of Moto G30 were surfaced on the internet. As seen in the renders, the Moto G30 features a waterdrop notch. The phone features a 6.5-inch display screen with a resolution of 1600x720 which is the same display as that of the Moto G9 with a slightly higher refresh rate. The rear design of the phone is however completely different. The camera array at the rear panel sites on the left side of the phone. Whereas the Moto G9 had a camera system in the middle of the rear panel.

 

Moto G30 has four camera sensors at the rear side, including a 64MP primary camera sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera sensor, a 2MP depth camera sensor, and a 2MP macro camera. One of the smaller 2MP cameras is placed in a subspace with the primary camera housing along with the LED flash. To ensure secure access to the phone, there is also an optical fingerprint scanner being placed on the rear side too.

 

The renders show that the phone has a USB-C port on the right side of the device. We can't see the sides in the render but it is safe to assume that the phone has an audio jack along with a SIM tray. The right side of the device is dedicated to the physical buttons to activate Google Assistance, control volume, and power. The Moto G30 will feature a Snapdragon processor with 4GB or 6GB RAM with 64GB and 128GB storage. It will have a 90Hz refresh rate, a microSD card, and a 5,000mAh battery with 20W fast charging. The phone will carry the price tag of $199.

 

 


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