Sony Xperia Smartphone Images Leak Ahead of Monday’s MWC 2017 Launch

When Sony started sending media invites for its Xperia smartphone launch last month, it was speculated to launch at least two devices. Rumours however suggested later that Sony could launch five new Xperia smartphones at its launch event at the side-lines of MWC 2017 trade show in Barcelona – which kicks off at 8:30am CET (1pm IST). Now, we have been treated with four new images of Xperia smartphones – all of which are – expected to debut at the company’s Monday launch. Additionally, Sony’s rumoured Xperia XZ Premium was spotted in leaked image.

Sony Xperia Smartphone Images Leak Ahead of Monday's MWC 2017 Launch

The new leak comes from prolific tipster Evan Blass who tweeted out the four images on Sunday. We believe that Sony will be unveiling these four Xperia devices at MWC 2017. Unfortunately, the leaked devices weren’t named. But based on preliminary leaks, Sony is expected to launch two Xperia XZ range smartphones, which can be seen on the right. The third image in the leak (pictured in White) seems to be a successor to the Xperia XA. The fourth Sony Xperia device in the leaked image is unknown, and we will have to wait for Sony’s keynote on Monday.

Sony’s flagship Xperia smartphone is widely rumoured to feature the company’s new 3-layer stacked CMOS image sensor with DRAM for smartphones.

An earlier leak claimed a Sony device codenamed Pikachu to make debut soon, and we suspect that the fourth leaked image could be of it. Dubbed Pikachu, the new Sony smartphone was spotted in GFXBench benchmark listing with some innards details. According to the benchmark listing, the Sony Pikachu may feature 5-inch HD display and will be powered by a 2.3GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6757 processor coupled with 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage. The alleged Sony Pikachu is said to run Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box and sport a 21-megapixel rear camera, which can be considered as a highlight of the device. The handset is also said to pack an 8-megapixel front camera.

In a separate leak, Xperia Blog has shared a leaked image claimed to show the Xperia XZ Premium. The rumoured Sony Xperia XZ Premium is likely to come with a 4K HDR display, Snapdragon 835 SoC, and a 20-megapixel camera sensor. The handset is seen featuring a Chrome mirror finish at the back. Some of the features expected to be present on the Xperia XZ Premium include 960fps slow-motion video recording, which is also the highlight of the new 3-layer stacked CMOS image sensor. The leaked image shows May 7 on the lock screen pointing that the handset may release on this date.

LG G6 With 5.7-Inch FullVision Display, Google Assistant Launched at MWC 2017

LG G6, the new LG flagship smartphone, has been unveiled at the company’s launch event at MWC 2017 in Barcelona on Sunday. The LG G6 follows the company’s ‘Less Artificial, More Intelligence’ theme.

LG G6 With 5.7-Inch FullVision Display, Google Assistant Launched at MWC 2017

Juno Cho, President of Mobile Communications Company, LG Electronics, at the company’s keynote stressed that the smartphone war isn’t about specifications but about usability. The LG G6 highlight is of course the presence of the Google Assistant, the first non-Google Pixel smartphone to sport the virtual assistant.

LG G6 features
The LG G6 is the first LG phone launching with the new UX 6.0 while also sports 5.7-inch QHD+ FullVision display with a 18:9 (or 2:1) aspect ratio, which is longer and narrower than the current industry standard of 16:9. It packs a fingerprint scanner at the back.

Being called the Univisium aspect ratio, LG says cinemas, TV, and smartphones will all be moving towards this new 18:9 ratio. The company says that several apps in Google Play as well as content creators like Amazon are working to make content compatible for 18:9 aspect ratio which is being used on the LG G6. LG says the new UX 6.0 has been optimised for the new 18:9 aspect ratio on the LG G6.

The new flagship is touted to be the “first smartphone with supports Dolby Vision.” It also support HDR10 tech. The LG G6 is the first phone to come with Dolby Vision video support, and the Dolby confirmed that there are about 90 movies with Dolby Vision already available. Imangi Studios at the keynote announced Temple Run 2: Lost Jungle that it says has been optimised for the 18:9 aspect ratio, adding LG G6 users will get 650,000 in-game coins, enough to unlock all characters and powerups.

Talking about usability, the company at the LG keynote stressed that the LG G6 body width is 72mm (minimum body width 67mm). The company said that the bottom bezel size which is important for handling the phone is above 7.5mm offering more reliability while using the handset with just one hand, and reducing drop chances. LG also fit a 5.7-inch display in a smartphone with body meant for a 5.2-inch display, further helping grip the large screen smartphone.

At the keynote, LG confirmed that the LG G6 will come with a G6 Game Collection promotion which will be free for the buyers and will offer in-game content with a retail value of up to a total of $200 for six games including Temple Run 2, Spider-Man Unlimited, Crossy Road, SimCity BuildIt, Cookie Jam and Genies & Gems – on Google Play.

LG revealed that the six games take full advantage of the G6’s FullVision display and single-handed ease of use.

LG G6 specifications
The LG G6 specifications include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 SoC with 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM, and a 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC (digital to analogue converter) for enhanced audio playback. Its 5.7-inch FullVision display bears a QHD+ (1440×2880 pixels) resolution with a pixel density of 564ppi. It will be available in two storage options – 32GB and 64GB. The LG G6 will support expandable storage via microSD card (up to 2TB). It comes with a dual rear camera setup with two 13-megapixel sensors – one for wide-angle shots with 125-degree lens and f/2.4 aperture, and the other for regular shots with 71-degree lens and OIS 2.0. At the front, the smartphone sports a 5-megapixel wide-angle lens with f/2.2 aperture and 100-degree lens. At the keynote, LG also showcased its new Square Grid feature for the camera while also confirmed that the front camera comes with autofocus.

The LG G6 battery has a capacity of 3300mAh, and is non-removable, which is a departure from the company’s previous policy of offering a removable battery on its flagship handsets. The battery capacity on the G6 is almost 500mAh more than on the LG G5.

At the keynote, the company stressed that the handset packs extra safety measures including a copper heatpipe to better dissipate heat. It also supports Quick Charge 3.0. LG G6 runs Android 7.0 Nougat with the company’s brand new UX 6.0 and also is the first non-Pixel phone with Google Assistant. It weighs in at 163 grams, and measures 148.9×71.9×7.9mm, impressively compact for a 5.7-inch smartphone. The new LG G6 smartphone comes with an IP68-rating for dust and water resistance.

LG G6 will support LTE-A 3 Band CA network while will come with Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth v4.2, NFC, and USB Type-C 2.0 connectivity options. It will be available in Astro Black, Ice Platinum, and Mystic White.

LG G6 price and availability
Unfortunately, LG chose not to detail the LG G6 price and availability at the company’s launch event in Barcelona. We’ll update you as soon as we know more.

iPhone 8 to Sport AR Features and Glass Back With Steel Frame: Reports

iPhone 8 rumours are coming in every day, and today’s set of leaks shed light on the metal and glass combination build of the device, some sort of augmented reality (AR) integration, and the removal of the dedicated fingerprint sensor. The iPhone 8 should get rid of the fingerprint reader on the physical Home Button, and look to embed it under the display screen.

iPhone 8 to Sport AR Features and Glass Back With Steel Frame: Reports

Apple has previously mentioned about its focus on AR (and not VR), and KGI Securities’ analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has also noted that the company’s AR tech when it launches will be three or five years ahead of others. Goldman Sachs analyst Simona Jankowski claims that Apple will include AR content on its upcoming device, however, details on what exactly it will be, are still blurry.

In the memo obtained by Benzinga, Jankowski said, “The inclusion of 3D sensing functionality is increasingly likely, which could enable a robust augmented reality (AR) feature set that we believe will be a key differentiator for the 10-year anniversary iPhone.”

Apart from this, DigiTimes reiterates previous claims that the iPhone 8 should sport an all-glass back. The report further states that the edges should be made from stainless steel and the display will be of 5.8-inch. The other two 4.7-inch iPhone 7s and 5.5-inch iPhone 7s Plus will continue to sport an aluminium frame.

Lastly but importantly, a patent published on Tuesday by the US Patent and Trademark office indicates that future Apple devices could well be able to read fingerprints directly through the display, instead of by relying on a dedicated fingerprint reader. The patent was applied for back in June 2014. Currently, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have a Home Button, under which the fingerprint sensor resides. The patent adds weight to rumours that the iPhone 8 will ditch the Home Button altogether, and sport a wraparound bezel-less display with the ability to read fingerprints underneath the display.

The iPhone 8 is also tipped to sport a dual camera setup at the back, have an OLED screen, larger battery life, sport advanced wireless charging, and improved 3D Touch.

BlackBerry Black Friday Sale Is Already Live With Big Discounts on Smartphones

BlackBerry Black Friday Sale Is Already Live With Big Discounts on SmartphonesBlack Friday is just around the corner, and as the tradition goes, the best tech deals will be up for grabs. BlackBerry has already gone live with its Black Friday sale and it gives customers the chance to save up to 53 percent on select smartphones like the BlackBerry Priv, DTEK50, BlackBerry Passport, and BlackBerry Leap.

As part of the sale, BlackBerry has slashed prices on most of its smartphone lineup on the ShopBlackBerry website. Starting with the BlackBerry Leap – it is now available for purchase for just $159 (roughly Rs. 11,000). The smartphone’s original price is $199 (roughly Rs.13,700).

The recently released BlackBerry DTEK50 gets a $70 (roughly Rs.4,800) discount, and is available for purchase at $229 (roughly Rs. 15,800) on the website. There’s no promotional offer on the BlackBerry DTEK60 and the smartphone hasn’t received any price cut. It is available at its original price of $499 (roughly Rs.34,300), but a free softshell and a rapid charger is being bundled in with every purchase.

If you miss the QWERTY keypad, and don’t mind huge smartphones, then the Blackberry Passport might interest you. The black variant gets a whopping $250 (roughly Rs.17,200) discount, and is available for purchase for $249 (roughly Rs. 17,200) only (original price is $499). The Silver Edition Blackberry Passport is available for $299 (roughly Rs.20,600) only, down from its original price of $549 (roughly Rs.37,800).

Lastly, the BlackBerry Priv smartphone launched last year in November also gets a discount. It is available for just $299 (roughly Rs. 20,600) instead of its original price of $649 (roughly Rs.44,600). Just to recap, the BlackBerry Priv was launched in India in January this year for Rs. 62,990.

CyanogenMod 14.1 Nightly Builds Based on Android 7.1 Nougat Released for Select Devices

CyanogenMod 14.1 Nightly Builds Based on Android 7.1 Nougat Released for Select Devices
Android 7.1 Nougat-based CyanogenMod 14.1 rolling out to select devices
Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X will receive the update first
The nightly build has few features missing
The CyanogenMod community has announced that a nightly build of CM14.1 based on Android 7.1 Nougat has been rolled out to select devices. The community members announced that the nightly build will be pushed first to few devices, and later other devices will get the update too.

CyanogenMod 14.1 nightly build is available for the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Xiaomi Mi 3, Xiaomi Mi 4, LG G3, Moto G variants, LG G4, Samsung Galaxy S5, OnePlus 3, and ZenFone 2 users. A nightly build is usually not a stable build, but is still released to all users, and usually is plagued with several bugs.

Elaborating on the CM14.1 nightly build, founder Steve Kondik said in the blog post, “Bug reports are OK, but please don’t file bugs for missing features since this is all a work in progress. Now is a great time to get involved with the project too- CM is returning to its community-driven roots and there are endless ways to help out. As always, more devices will be added to the list over the coming weeks and maintainers bring everything up to date, so if you don’t see your device listed here just give us a bit of time.”

The nightly builds of CM14.1 are available for users to download here. Kondik also notes that all the features will not be made available right away on the nightly build (for example Themes are missing), but will be eventually rolled out in future updates.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Tipped to Launch on February 26 Again; Specifications Leaked

Samsung Galaxy S8 Tipped to Launch on February 26 Again; Specifications Leaked

  • Chinese tipster claims Galaxy S8 will launch on February 26
  • Galaxy S8 rumoured to go on sale from March 2017
  • It is said to pack 6GB of RAM

Samsung’s next flagship smartphone, Galaxy S8, is the company’s best shot at regaining the trust of its customers after the debacle that was the Galaxy Note 7. Rumours so far have claimed that Samsung will launch the alleged Galaxy S8 flagship smartphone on the side-lines of MWC 2017 in Barcelona on February 26. Now, a phone tipster from China has also claimed the same launch day for the Samsung Galaxy S8. Additionally, the tipster adds that the handset will go on sale from March.


According to leaked details on Weibo, the Galaxy S8 will feature a 5.5-inch 4K (2160×3840 pixels) Super Amoled display and will boast of an impressive pixel density of 806ppi. The tipster adds that the Galaxy S8 will be powered by the company’s in-house Exynos 8895 SoC. Much like some recent high-end smartphones, the Galaxy S8 is also said to sport massive 6GB of RAM. Notably, Samsung’s Galaxy S8 won’t be the company’s first smartphone featuring 6GB of RAM as the Galaxy C9 Pro was recently unveiled with the same memory.A previous report claimed that the Galaxy S8 will come with 16-megapixel and 8-megapixel dual-rear camera setup. The camera on the Galaxy S8 is believed to click decent images in low-light. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is also said to get rid of the signature home button seen on earlier flagship Galaxy phones. Other changes expected on the smartphone include bezel-less design. There are rumours that suggest Samsung is working on a new design where the front with no home button will be filled with all glass and will also incorporate fingerprint-sensing display.

However, a recent report suggested that Samsung Galaxy S8 was reportedly delayed by two weeks as engineers were working to find Galaxy Note 7 fault.

Google Pixel XL Has Similar Cost-to-Price Ratio as iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

Google Pixel XL Has Similar Cost-to-Price Ratio as iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

  • Google profits $485.35 per Pixel XL model, according to IHS
  • The highest costing component is the display
  • Google’s camera cost is lesser than Apple’s camera component cost

Google with its Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones is looking to do what Apple has been doing for years – integrate in-house software and hardware to build a pure-experience smartphone. Leveraging from its Android fan base, Google aims to provide the best Android experience with top-notch hardware. Hence, the pricing of the smartphone is at par with other premium handsets, if not more. Now, IHS Markit has torn down the Pixel XL alongside a complete bill of materials (BOM), and reports that the cost-to-sales-price ratio is similar to the Apple iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

IHS Markit claims the 32GB Pixel XL smartphones has a total bill of materials cost of $285.75. However the tech giant charges $769 for it, gaining a maximum profit margin of $485.35 per model. The report states that this pricing point directly competes with top-end flagships.

What’s more interesting is the fact that Google makes more margin on the Pixel XL than Apple does on the iPhone 7 ($424), going by the data IHS Markit released for the latest iPhone in September. Of course, this is before the marketing, distribution and other costs are involved. More importantly, the Pixel XL has a 5.5-inch screen and a bigger body, which would mean that its bill of materials would likely be slightly more than the similar costs for iPhone 7, which has a 4.7-inch display and smaller screen.

Senior director of cost benchmarking for IHS Markit, Andrew Rassweiler said in the report, “The Pixel clearly targets the same top-end flagship space occupied by the Apple iPhone and top-end Samsung Galaxy lines, with retail pricing points that directly compete with these products.”This high profit margin clearly hints at the company’s level of trust on its Pixel phones, and is looking to battle Apple and Samsung head-on in the profit market. Rassweiler also notes that Google is getting the components at the same price as other big manufacturers in the market.

The report states that the highest costing component of the Pixel phones is the display that it buys from Samsung for $58. The Gorilla Glass 4 and aluminium enclosure costs $35, and the camera is claimed to cost $17.50. The report states that Apple spends $19 for the iPhone 7’s camera system.

The profit margin is however much lesser than what the BOM suggests. The margin doesn’t include internal development, software optimisation, R&D, marketing and other supply costs. Google is spending a lot on advertising the smartphones online and offline around the world. It is leveraging from its search engine service, and is pushing pop-ups ads on the Google homepage as well.

Just like Foxconn assembles Apple’s iPhone, HTC is doing the same work for Google. The executives take the reins when it came to designing and engineering, and HTC just worked on Google’s orders to deliver the finished product.

Google Pixel and Pixel XL Will Start Shipping in India on October 25

Image result for Google Pixel and Pixel XL Will Start Shipping in India on October 25It came as a delight when Google announced that India will be one of the few countries where its Pixel smartphone duo will be launched. Following that, it was just a week ago when Google’s recently launched flagship smartphones Pixel and Pixel XL went up for pre-orders in India via major retailers like Flipkart, Chroma, Reliance Digital, and others. However, it was not revealed when the smartphones will finally hit the shelves, but not the wait is over. The search giant has announced that the Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL will start shipping on October 25.

Google India on Saturday in a tweet said “The future is exciting. And by future we mean 3 days from now. #Pixel will start reaching stores on 25th October #madebygoogle”. To recall, Google launched its Pixel smartphones at its October 4 event, along with a slew of other gadgets. At the event, Google also revealed that India will be one of the first six countries including the US, UK, Canada, Australia, and Germany to see the Pixel smartphones reaching the markets. Unfortunately, Google’s yet impressive Really Blue colour variant of Pixel won’t be available in India, while the Quite Black and Very Silver will ship starting Tuesday.

In other news, while the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones are yet to start shipping in India, we already have received the teardown details of the larger variant Pixel XL, courtesy iFixit. As per the full teardown, the AMOLED display packed in the smartphone is a Samsung manufactured display (part number AMS546KD09). Samsung has also given its UFS 2.0 internal flash storage RAM in the phone. The touchscreen controller comes from Synaptics (ClearPad S3708) and surprisingly enough, it’s just the battery that bears an HTC moniker.

We have already learnt that HTC is the commercial manufacturer of the Pixel and Pixel XL, just like Apple has Foxconn as its manufacturer for the iPhone. Summing up the whole procedure of teardown,iFixit gave Google Pixel XL a score of 6 out of 10 in terms of repairability, which is one point lower than the iPhone 7 Plus.

The Pixel 32GB variant will cost you Rs. 57,000 while the Pixel XL 32GB will sell at Rs. 67,000. The 128GB variants are priced a bit higher at Rs. 66,000 for Pixel and Rs. 76,000 for Pixel XL.

The festive season is going on in India, and major e-retailers are giving good discounts as well as offers on various products. Apple’s recently launched iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus too entered India earlier this month with a bunch of discounts and offers being available via almost all e-commerce companies and offline retailers as well. Samsung is still struggling with its Galaxy Note 7 fiasco with the device that could not even land in India. With Pixel and Pixel XL, Google is also eyeing to dominate the Indian smartphone market this Diwali.

Talking about the specifications of the first Android 7.1-running smartphone, the Pixel and Pixel XL are almost identical. The display size, of course, is different on both the devices – Pixel has a 5-inch full-HD display while the Pixel XL has a 5.5-inch QHD display. The Pixel packs a 2770mAh battery, whereas the Pixel XL has a 3450mAh battery inside. Other specifications on the Pixel smartphones include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM, Pixel Imprint fingerprint sensor, 12.3-megapixel rear cameras with a Sony IMX378 sensor, and an 8-megapixel front camera with a Sony IMX179 sensor.

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Samsung Galaxy On Nxt With Full-HD Display, 3GB RAM Launched at 18,490

Samsung Galaxy On Nxt Launched in India: Price, Specifications, Features, and More

  • Samsung Galaxy On Nxt is nearly identical to the Galaxy On5 (2016)
  • The phone will be Flipkart exclusive
  • Samsung Galaxy On Nxt is priced in India at Rs. 18,490

While Flipkart still hasn’t fulfilled its promise of revealing the Samsung Galaxy On Nxt, which was scheduled to happen at 8pm on Thursday, someone at Samsung India seems to have jumped the gun by listing the smartphone on the company’s website.

According to the listing, which was still live at the time of publishing this post, the smartphone will be priced at Rs. 18,490 and be available in Gold and Black colours. The Galaxy On Nxt was earlier confirmed to be Flipkart exclusive, and we’ll have to wait for details from the e-commerce major for details on when the phone will go up for purchase.

The Samsung Galaxy On Nxt looks identical on paper to the Galaxy On7 (2016), down to the physical dimensions, which makes us believe it’s nothing but a rebranding of the smartphone that launched in China last month. The phone features a full metal unibody design and it comes with 5.5-inch full-HD display protected by 2.5D Gorilla Glass.

The Galaxy On Nxt is powered by an octa-core SoC clocked at 1.6GHz alongside 3GB of RAM. The phone packs 32GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 256GB via a dedicated microSD slot The dual-Nano-SIM Samsung Galaxy On Nxt is backed by a 3300mAh battery that’s rated to deliver up to 21 hours of 3G talk time and up to 15 hours of Internet usage over LTE.

The Samsung Galaxy On Nxt packs a 13-megapixel rear camera and a 8-megapixel front camera, both with f/1.9 aperture. The rear camera is backed by a flash and it is capable of recording full-HD video. Connectivity options include GPS, Bluetooth 4.1, Wi-Fi 802.11n, Wi-Fi Direct, but there’s no NFC. A fingerprint sensor is thrown into the home button for good measure.

At this price point, the Samsung Galaxy On Nxt will compete with the likes of Lenovo Z2 Plus thatlaunched in India at a starting price of Rs. 17,999.


Moto Z, Moto Z Play Go on Sale Today

Moto Z, Moto Z Play Sale Today: Price, Specifications, and More You Need to Know
Both the smartphones will be available via Amazon India and Flipkart
Moto Z and Moto Z Play smartphones will be going on sale in India on Monday. The Moto Z has been priced at Rs. 39,999, while the Moto Z Play has been priced at Rs. 24,999. The smartphones will be available via Amazon and Flipkart from 11:59pm IST on Monday.
Lenovo India will also kick off sales for the Moto Mods, which connect to the rear of the smartphones via the 16-dot connector interface. The Moto Mods will be sold separately and include the JBL Soundboost priced at Rs. 6,999, the Moto Insta-Share Projector priced at Rs. 19,999, the Hasselblad True Zoom priced at Rs. 19,999, the Incipio offGRID Power Pack priced at Rs. 5,999, the Wood and Ballistic Nylong Motorola Style Shell priced at Rs. 1,099, while the Leather Style Shell is priced at Rs. 1,599.

If bought with the smartphones, the Moto Mods come at a small discount. The JBL Soundboost will be available at Rs. 5,999, the Moto Insta-Share Projector will come at Rs. 15,999, the Hasselblad True Zoom will cost Rs. 14,999, the Incipio offGRID Power Pack will come priced at Rs. 4,999, the Wood and Ballistic Nylong Motorola Style Shell will be available at Rs. 899, while the Leather Style Shell will cost Rs. 1,299.

Both Moto Z and Moto Z Play run Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, and have been launched in dual-SIM (Nano-SIM) variants in India. The Moto Z will be available in Black with Lunar Grey trim, and White with Fine Gold trim colour variants. The Moto Z Play will be available in Black with Silver trim, and White with Fine Gold trim colour variants. Both smartphones also come with water-repellent nano-coating and a fingerprint sensor on the home button.

For specifications, the Moto Z features a 5.5-inch QHD (1440×2560 pixels) Amoled display; Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor; 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM; 13-megapixel rear camera with laser autofocus, optical image stabilisation, 4K video recording, and dual-LED flash; 5-megapixel camera; 64GB inbuilt storage with storage expandability via microSD (up to 2TB); 4G LTE support; and a 2600mAh battery.

The Moto Z Play, on the other hand, features a 5.5-inch full-HD display; Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor; 3GB of LPDDR3 RAM; 16-megapixel rear camera with laser autofocus, dual-LED flash, and 4K video recording; a 5-megapixel camera; 32GB of inbuilt storage with expandable storage support via microSD card (up to 2TB); 4G LTE; and a 3510mAh battery.

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