Google Pixel 3 XL, in Clearly White, leaked in live photos

Last month, a 360-degree video and CAD-based (computer assisted design) renders leaked out that completely revealed Google's unannounced Pixel 3 XL. A few days ago, a few live photos of the highly anticipated handset found it's way to the internet. A junior member of XDA Developers that goes by the alias "" posted live photos of the device in a Clearly White variant on the popular forums. The photos reveal a notch design with a decent sized "chin" at the bottom (bottom bezel) and front-facing speakers. On the back, there's a single camera with LED Flash and a fingerprint scanner. According to the poster of the photos, the rear is made of “totally glass.” He further describes the rear

EXCLUSIVE: Motorola to announce Moto Z3 with 5G Moto Mod on August 2nd

Early last month, a render of the Moto Z3 leaked out that revealed a nearly identical twin of the low-end Moto Z3 Play. Now, it looks like Motorola is finally ready to unveil their next Z-line handset. Exactly a month ago, the company posted a teaser on YouTube showing an animated Chicago skyline indicating that an announcement is coming at 2PM on August 2nd at their headquarters in Chicago. According to an inside source, Motorola will be announcing the Moto Z3 alongside a 5G mod on August 2nd. The device will be a Verizon exclusive and is said to be the first phone that can be upgraded to 5G, thanks to the new mod. In addition, the source has indicated that the Moto Z3 will in fact be the c

Sony Xperia XZ3 could feature a 48-megapixel camera

Yesterday, we got a first look at the upcoming Sony Xperia XZ3 with some rumored specifications. Curiously, one spec was left unknown: the rear camera. In yesterday's leak, it was said that there would be a 13-megapixel front-facing camera, but the megapixel count was left absent for the rear. Today, we have a leaked screenshot that reveals some specs which includes the rear snapper. The leaked screenshot, which appears to have come from GFXBench, lists the device as having a 47-megapixel rear camera that can record 4K video. Coincidentally, on Monday, Sony announced the new IMX586 image sensor for smartphones that packs a ridiculous 48-megapixels. It is worth noting that benchmarks are usua

Leaked CAD renders and 360-video give first look at the Sony Xperia XZ3

The very reliable tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer, known as @OnLeaks on Twitter, is at it again. This time providing leaked CAD (computer-aided design) renders and a 360-degree video of the unannounced Sony Xperia XZ3. As seen in the leaked renders, the Xperia XZ3 is not a big design overhaul from it's predecessor. There are some differences though. The new device appears to have rounded corners and a display that has curved edges. Other than that, the design is is very similar to the Xperia XZ2. It will have a single rear camera coupled with LED flash and laser autofocus. It addition, the rear will also sport a fingerprint scanner and a glass panel. It is said that the handset is expected to ha

REPORT: Samsung foldable smartphone to arrive early in 2019

Over the years, we have heard tons of rumors regarding Samsung making a foldable smartphone. Between patent discoveries (such as yesterday's by LetsGoDigital) and increasing speculation of a release, we were bound to receive promising news. A new report released today by The Wall Street Journal, shed some light on Samsung's highly anticipated foldable smartphone. The device has a code name "Winner" and has been forever rumored to be called the Samsung Galaxy X. It will feature a large 7-inch display that can fold in half similar to a wallet. In addition, it appears there is going to be a secondary display on the outside when the device is folded in so users would not have to unfold the displ

Samsung Galaxy Note9 leaked in live photos

We are a little more than 2 weeks away from Samsung's official Galaxy Note9 announcement at their Unpacked event in New York. With that being said, this is prime time to start seeing live leaked photos of the highly anticipated phablet. Today, we got our first live look at the upcoming device. Slashleaks, a leakster on Twitter, posted photos of a black Samsung Galaxy Note9. The first image shows off the front of the device on its boot up screen. The second image reveals the rear of the phablet and confirms a dual-camera configuration with a fingerprint scanner below it. Hilariously, there is a "confidential" sticker on it that says its not for sale and asks for no photos to be taken and not

Poster leak reveals a Samsung Galaxy Note9 in purple with a yellow S Pen

Ice universe, a very reliable tipster on Twitter, leaked out a poster that reveals Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note9 phablet. The poster comes with the caption "the new super powerful Note" and shows off the back of the device with the trademarked S Pen laying on top of it. Based on the poster, it appears Samsung may be releasing a purple variant of the Note9 phablet and it could come with a yellow/gold S Pen. In addition, the poster confirms many of the items we heard about the Note9 the last few weeks from leaks and rumors. The fingerprint scanner will be located below the dual-camera module, the beloved headphone jack is on the bottom next to the USB Type-C charging port, and the speaker is

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 revealed in leaked press render

We are now officially less than two months away from Samsung's Unpacked event where they are expected to announce the highly anticipated Galaxy Note 9. Over the past few weeks, there have been a number of leaks and rumors which have provided enough information to make very little a surprise. Today, the folks over at AndroidHeadlines acquired a leaked render of the upcoming phablet, that shows off the front panel and nothing more. As with other leaks, this render proves that the Galaxy Note 9 will look practically identical to it's predecessor. In fact, it may be impossible to differentiate the two phablets just by looking at the front panels. The rear panel appears to be the only difference

Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium now available for pre-order in the US

Back in April, Sony took the wraps off and revealed their premium version of the Xperia XZ2 called the Xperia XZ2 Premium. When compared to the XZ2, the premium version sports a 4K HDR display, a slightly bigger display (5.8-inch vs 5.7-inch), a bigger battery, more RAM, a better front-facing camera, and a higher price tag. As of today, folks in the United States can pre-order the high-end device from Amazon and Best Buy for (this is the part where you shield your eyes) $999.99. If you pre-order through Amazon, your order will be bundled with the Xperia Ear Duo True Wireless Headset, which retails for $280 by itself. Unfortunately, pre-orders are not shipping until July 30th. There is a choi

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 S Pen looks to be getting a massive upgrade

All of the leaks and rumors point to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 not being a big upgrade, but according to a reliable tipster, the same can't be said about the S Pen. Twitter user Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) said a little over a week ago that the new S Pen is "worth the wait" and "may be the biggest update in the history of the S Pen." Yesterday, the tipster stated that the new S Pen will be able to control music playback and have a long-range self-timer. Interestingly enough, the S Pen is also said to be a "Bluetooth device" and "will do something unrelated to the pen." There has been speculation that the S Pen could double as a wireless Bluetooth speaker. If the above turns out to be true, t

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