Here’s a breakdown of almost every smartphone leak from the last few days.
The leaks below encompass news from September 27th to September 21st.
Thankfully, the Pixel’s launch is almost here, because we’re getting pretty tired of the neverending leaks.
Evan Blass shared an official press image of the upcoming handset in its ‘Clearly White’ colour variant.
For more on the official render, click here.
Pixel 4 APKs revealed details about ‘Motion Sense,’ Pixel Themes and the Recorder app. What’s interesting about this is that the Pixel 4 will get 10 new live wallpapers, six of which are optimized for dark mode.
Motion Sense will also be available in more than 35 countries, including Canada. Additionally, it will work with apps like YouTube, Spotify, Google Play Music and more.
For more on the APKs, click here.
Face unlock leaked on the Pixel 4 with full details regarding how the feature is set to work. The phone will have a similar setup to the iPhone 11 series that allows users to unlock apps, their handset and authorize payments with their face.
For more on the Pixel 4 face unlock, click here.
Samsung might be making a Galaxy Note handset that’s more affordable.
You can learn more about the more affordable Note device, here.
The successor to the Galaxy Fold will reportedly get a wider release. The current Galaxy Fold is only available in certain countries.
For more on the Galaxy Fold successor, click here.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 will reportedly have a 5x optical zoom lens, a time-of-flight sensor, an ultrawide angle sensor and a 108-megapixel ISOCELL smartphone camera.
To learn more about the S11 camera setup, click here.
Apple’s 2020 iPhones will reportedly have a rectangular metal frame that’s similar to 2010’s iPhone 4.
To learn more about the iPhone 4-like device, click here.
Motorola’s foldable phone will reportedly launch before the end of the year. Even though the Lenovo-owned company has been quiet about the device, the new report suggests it’s going to launch before 2019 ends.
For more about the foldable Motorola handset, click here.