From Google to Apple , a variety of smartphone leaks surfaced this past week.
Here’s a breakdown of almost every smartphone from the last couple of days. The leaks below encompass news from May 26th to June 1st.
Google is reportedly working with Foxconn to develop its Pixel 3 handsets. The handsets are to feature stereo speakers meaning the Pixel 3 will continue to have larger than the 2018 average top and bottom bezels. Meanwhile, the Pixel 3 XL is rumoured to have a notch with a dual camera setup flanking the upper speaker grill. Further the rumours point to the devices will sport the Snapdragon 845 chipset.
For more on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL leaks, click here. For more on the original Google Pixel 3 XL notch leak, click here.
Leaks and rumours indicate that Apple will put the iPhone X-style notch onto the 4-inch iPhone SE 2. This leak comes from a screen protector for the allegedly upcoming iPhone handset.
For more information on the iPhone SE screen protector, click here.
Recent reports from South Korean publisher, ET News, points to iPhone launching three iPhone handsets all with OLED displays. While previous reports claimed that the larger 6-inch iPhone handset would feature a LCD screen, Apple has seemed to change things up.
For more on the OLED iPhone devices, click here.
The LG Watch is incoming according to a credible tipster. The watch was recently passed through the U.S. Federal Communications Commission documentation, and while not much was learned from the documentation it likely means the watch will be unveiled sooner than later.
For more on the LG Watch, click here.
Dell is reportedly working a dual-screen Windows 10 device. The device, is reportedly sport the rumoured Qualcomm 850 ARM chipset.
For more on the dual-screen device, click here.
Motorola will finally unveil a notched smartphone, according to this week’s rumours. The Motorola One Power will reportedly feature an iPhone X-style notch combined with a dual camera setup.
For more on the Motorola One Power, click here.
Vivo may unveil two Apex FullView variants. One of the variants may feature a camera on the bottom bezel, while the other, may feature a pop-cup camera, that pops out from behind the display.
For more on the Vivo Apex FullView handsets, click here.