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1. IPL 2019 Data Plans: Best IPL Data Packs From Jio, Airtel, BSNL, Vodafone & Idea
2. Xiaomi Mi 9 SE may soon be launching globally
3. Akshay's 'Kesari' creates new box office records on first day
4. Motorola One Vision image leaks revealing punch-hole display and 48MP rear camera
5. Next-gen iPhone to come with Wireless PowerShare capability
6. Honor 8X global variant receiving Android Pie-based EMUI 9 update
7. vivo V15 and V15 Pro availability expands to the Philippines
8. Beats will launch true wireless earbuds in April
9. Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will shoot dual camera video, company confirms
10. Samsung Galaxy Fold appears on Geekbench, doesn’t impress with scores
11. Scammers caught playing hidden video ads and draining smartphone batteries
IPL 2019 Data Plans (Xiaomi Mi 9 SE launching) Akshay Kesari - Motorola One 48MP Camera - Next-gen iPhone Wireless PowerShare
IPL 2019 Data Plans (Xiaomi Mi 9 SE launching) Akshay Kesari - Motorola One 48MP Camera - Next-gen iPhone Wireless PowerShare
IPL 2019 Data Plans (Xiaomi Mi 9 SE launching) Akshay Kesari - Motorola One 48MP Camera - Next-gen iPhone Wireless PowerShare

1. IPL 2019 Data Plans: Best IPL Data Packs From Jio, Airtel, BSNL, Vodafone & Idea

. Top IPL 2019 Data Plans | Best IPL Prepaid Plans
All these prepaid plans on the list come with call and SMS benefits including data.

. BSNL IPL Plan: BSNL 499 Pack

BSNL has announced a special cricket plan which comes with unlimited data and call benefits. Priced at Rs 499, the BSNL cricket plan comes with 1GB daily data benefit, unlimited voice calling, free 100 SMS per day and free Cricket SMS alerts for 90 days.

. Jio IPL Plan: Jio 197 Pack

From Jio, you can go for the 2GB data plan to enjoy the upcoming IPL. At Rs 197 the plan offers daily 2GB data with unlimited internet post FUP at 64kbps for 28 days. The Jio 197 plan comes with free access to Hotstar, unlimited calls (local, STD calls and roaming) and free SMS.

. Vodafone-Idea IPL Plan: 511 Pack

This Vodafone-Idea plan is apt for live IPL experience. The plan comes with 2GB data per day priced at Rs 511. The plan also comes with unlimited calls, 100 SMS and access to live TV from irrespective of Vodafone and Idea for 84 days.

. Jio IPL Plan: Jio 299 Pack

The next Jio plan apt for IPL comes with 3GB data per day. Priced at Rs 299, the plan offers daily 3GB data with unlimited internet post FUP at 64kbps for 28 days. The Jio 299 plan comes with free access to Hotstar, unlimited calls (local, STD calls and roaming) and free SMS.

. Airtel IPL Plan: Airtel 249 Plan

This Airtel plan is the best fit for live IPL experience. The 249 Airtel plan comes with 2GB data per day priced at Rs 249. The plan also comes with unlimited calls, 100 SMS and access to Airtel TV for 28 days.

. BSNL IPL Plan: BSNL 199 Pack

The second special BSNL cricket plan also comes with unlimited data and call benefits. Priced at Rs 199, this BSNL cricket plan comes with 1GB daily data benefit, unlimited voice calling, free 100 SMS per day and free Cricket SMS alerts for 28 days.

. Airtel IPL Plan: Airtel 448 Plan

This Airtel plan offers some extra data. The 448 Airtel plan comes with 1.5GB data per day priced at Rs 448. The plan also comes with unlimited calls, 100 SMS and access to Airtel TV for 82 days.

2. Xiaomi Mi 9 SE may soon be launching globally

The Mi 9 SE that was announced last month is currently available only in China. But that may change soon as the smartphone has been listed on Xiaomi Global's compliance page which hints at the company planning to expand its availability.

However, don't get your hopes high just yet as there are some other smartphones listed on this compliance page that never made it outside of China. But in the case of the Mi 9 SE, we have seen earlier evidence leading us to believe this one will.

There's no word from Xiaomi regarding the global availability of Mi 9 SE, so we will have to wait until more information comes in.

The Mi 9 SE is a toned down version of the Mi 9 and is the first smartphone to come with a Snapdragon 712 SoC. It has 6GB RAM and up to 128GB of storage in tow. Other specifications include a 5.97-inch Full-HD+ display, triple rear camera (48MP + 13MP + 8MP), and a 20MP front camera.

The Mi 9 SE features an in-display fingerprint scanner and packs a 3,070 mAh battery with 18W fast charging support.

3. Akshay's 'Kesari' creates new box office records on first day

This Holi, the box office turned Kesari, courtesy Akshay Kumar's recent release.

Based on the Battle of Saragarhi, Kesari is one of the most talked about movies of the year.

Given the palpable excitement for Akshay's war drama, the movie set the box office on fire.

Helmed by Anurag Singh, Kesari created new records at the box office on the first day itself.

. Surprising all, 'Kesari' emerges as highest opener of 2019

After the intriguing trailer left the audience mesmerized, it was expected that Kesari would open to a decent collection.

But much to everyone's surprise, the war drama went on to emerge as the highest opener of the year.

Bollywood trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to declare, "Kesari roar. Emerges the biggest opener of 2019 [so far]. Thu Rs. 21.50 cr. India biz".

.'Kesari' replaces '2.0' to emerge as Akshay's second highest opener

Furthermore, Kesari went on to become Akshay's second highest opener ever.

The first place is taken by Akshay's 2018 release Gold, which opened to an impressive collection of Rs. 25.25 cr.

While Gold was followed by Akshay-Rajinikanth's 2.0, with the first day collection of Rs. 20.25 crore, it has now been replaced by Kesari.

We wonder how many records Kesari will shatter.

. 'Kesari' is the story of 21 brave heart Sikh soldiers

For the uninitiated, Kesari narrated the story of the Battle of Saragarhi, which is said to be one of "the bravest battles ever fought" in the history of the world.

This battle was fought between 21 soldiers of the British Indian Army's Sikh Regiment and 10,000 Afghan tribesmen in September 1897.

The regiment, which was led by Havildar Ishar Singh, fought till their death.

. 'Kesari' leaked online by TamilRockers, just a day after release

Meanwhile, Kesari became the recent target of piracy giant TamilRockers and was leaked online just a day after its theatrical release. According to media reports, the movie was available for free download in HD quality. Would this affect the movie's collections? Only time will tell.

4. Motorola One Vision image leaks revealing punch-hole display and 48MP rear camera

We heard quite a lot about the Motorola One Vision in the past couple of days. The smartphone paid a visit to Geekbench and later its detailed specs leaked online. It also popped up on Wi-Fi Alliance's website bearing model number XT1970-1 and running Android Pie. Now today, we are treated to an official-looking press render of the One Vision, which shows its design.

This image comes to us courtesy of Tiger Mobiles. It reveals the phone has a punch-hole display with the selfie camera located in the left corner. The display has small bezels on its left, right, and top, with the chin being comparatively larger.

Moving on to the back, we have a dual camera setup placed vertically in the left with a dual-LED flash down below. The cameras also have text to their right which confirms one of them will be a 48MP unit.

The back of the smartphone, which seems to have a glossy finish, is also home to a fingerprint scanner with Motorola's signature bat-wing logo atop, and further down below, we have the Android One branding.

Other things we can ascertain from this image is that the One Vision will come with a USB-C port placed at the bottom which will be flanked by a speaker and a microphone. We don't see the headphone jack which means it's either placed at the top, or Motorola decided to ditch it.

The One Vision has the SIM card slot located on the left, with the volume rocker and power button sitting on the right. The lockscreen of the phone has the date of April 3 which is when it may go official. You can also see the pill-shaped button at the bottom which indicates the phone will run Android Pie out-of-the-box.

The Motorola One Vision looks the same as the P40 that leaked last December. Well, that's because these are likely the same phone which will be launched under different names in different markets. The One Vision is reported to launch in Latin America, India, and Brazil, with the P40 being China-exclusive.

You can head over here to check out the detailed specs of the One Vision. The P40 will likely have the same hardware, but there could be some differences between the two in terms of RAM and onboard storage.

5. Next-gen iPhone to come with Wireless PowerShare capability

The iPhone 11, or whatever name Apple manages to come up with for this year's release, will reportedly come with Wireless PowerShare support, supply chain sources reveal. Introduced by IDT in 2015, the Qi-based standard for reverse wireless charging (as in, charging other devices off of your smartphone) is supported on the Galaxy S10 series, but the feature was previously available on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

In the Apple realm, having Wireless PowerShare will mean, for example, being able to charge your Apple Watch without carrying its own charger around. Additionally, the second edition AirPods, announced this week, are available with a case that can be charged wirelessly - just how convenient it would be if you can do so from your iPhone 11.

The one issue is that present iPhones don't charge all that fast themselves - at least not with the bundled ancient 5V/1A adapter. The company does make an 18W PowerDelivery adapter that it sells separately, for which you need an extra USB-C to Lightning cable, the two costing a total of around $50. Well, word on the street is, that combo will come bundled with the next-gen iPhone, which will retain the Lightning port. It's not as great as having a USB-C port on the phone in the first place, but baby steps is better than no steps at all.

6. Honor 8X global variant receiving Android Pie-based EMUI 9 update

Earlier this month, Honor released an Android Pie-based EMUI 9 update for the 8X in China. Now the company has begun rolling out this update for the phone's global variant.

This Android Pie-based EMUI 9.0.1 update weighs a whopping 3.14GB in size and brings along improved sound recorder, faster app launch times, simplified UI, and Huawei Share 3.0 to the 8X. It is currently rolling out in Macedonia, but we expect a wider rollout soon.

Last week Honor confirmed it would release Android Pie for the 8X in India starting on March 18, but we haven't heard anything on that later. The company has said that it plans to release the update in batches this month so we expect the Indian units to get an update notification anytime now.

7. vivo V15 and V15 Pro availability expands to the Philippines

Chinese phone maker vivo unveiled the V15 Pro last month and made the V15 official earlier this month. Both these smartphones are already available in a couple of markets, and the latest country they have made their debut in is the Philippines.

The V15 is priced at PHP17,999 ($342) and the Pro variant is priced at PHP23,999 ($456). You can pre-order the V15 until March 29 and the V15 Pro until April 11 with sales starting after those dates.

The V15 is powered by the Helio P70 SoC which is coupled with 6GB RAM. It's built around a 6.53-inch notchless display and has 128GB of storage onboard. The smartphone features a 32MP pop-up selfie camera and boasts a triple camera setup at the back consisting of 12MP, 8MP, and 5MP modules. It comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and packs a 4,000 mAh battery under the hood.

The V15 Pro is powered by the Snapdragon 675 SoC and has 8GB RAM. It's equipped with a slightly smaller screen (6.39-inch) and battery (3,700 mAh) but rocks a 48MP primary camera at the back instead of the 12MP one on the V15. It also comes with a fingerprint scanner embedded under the display, with the selfie camera and storage remaining the same as V15.

You can head over here for a detailed specs comparison of this V15 duo, and here for our detailed written review of the V15 Pro.

8. Beats will launch true wireless earbuds in April

CNET learned from a reliable source that Apple-owned Beats plans to release a new totally wireless update to the PowerBeats sport headphones. Apple’s AIrPods are quickly becoming the most popular pair of Bluetooth earbuds and a new Beats alternative could reportedly launch in April.

Apple recently announced updated AirPods with improved battery life, hands-free “Hey, Siri”, and an updated H1 wireless chip. It is believed that Beats’ new earphones will have the same Hey Siri feature, the updated H1 chip, and perhaps better battery life than the AirPods.

There’s no firm information about how much these Beats earphones would cost, but given the AirPods $160 (or $200 for wireless charging) price tag, they shouldn’t cost too much more. CNET speculates Beats could launch with a $250 price tag but suggests they should be $200 or below. The current PowerBeats 3 Wireless retail for $199 and Apple is Apple so… $250 it is.

The new PowerBeats would be a great alternative to those who don’t like the design of the AirPods or would rather use something sleeker. There are other truly-wireless earbuds out on the market now like the $130 Samsung Galaxy Buds or some of the Chinese alternatives from both Huawei and Xiaomi but for iOS users’ sake, any earphones with the H1 chip will work infinitely better for those on the iOS and/or MacOS ecosystems.

9. Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will shoot dual camera video, company confirms

Huawei might as well just call the P30 phones “announced” and get it over with. The latest leak comes from its Singaporean site and does a good job of succinctly listing the best features of the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro as well as detailing the launch promos.

Buying a P30 or P30 Pro on launch day – April 6 – from the VivoCity mall will net you a free Huawei Watch GT and JBL Clip 2 speaker. These freebies are worth a total of SGD 467 ($345/€305). Europe will be getting the watch too (but perhaps not the speaker).

As for the specs (as if we haven’t seen them leaked a thousand times by now), the phones will offer attractive gradient-colored exterior, high-end cameras with great low-light capability and an interesting Dual-View feature.

Dual-View Video will be enabled after launch with an OTA update. It creates split-screen video with two of the rear cameras, showing a wide and a zoomed-in view of the scene.

Other specs include a 40MP “SuperSpectrum Sensor”, capable of shooting at “super high ISO” and low-light video recording. The Huawei P30 Pro will also feature a periscope camera (10x hybrid zoom) with OIS and a ToF sensor.

In Singapore, the new P30 phones will be available through M1, Singtel, StarHub and Lazada.

10. Samsung Galaxy Fold appears on Geekbench, doesn’t impress with scores

Geekbench got an interesting visitor - the Samsung Galaxy Fold. The foldable smartphone didn't score quite as high as its Snapdragon 855 and 12GB RAM suggested.

What that suggests is that the software on the unit that ran the benchmark is far from finalized and Samsung still has plenty of work to do before the April 26 launch.

Another interesting bit is the SM-900F naming, which is the international variant of the phone. If that one is using the Qualcomm chip it's a clear confirmation that we are not getting an Exynos version of the Fold.

Recently, the Fold appeared in a leaked video where we got a glimpse of it in both its tablet and phone glory. Not much could be said in terms of its performance though as the video only lasted several seconds and the device was never confirmed to be a retail version.

11. Scammers caught playing hidden video ads and draining smartphone batteries

Have you ever wondered why your phone has a drained battery in the middle of the day? It might have something to do with a faulty application, running scam ads unbeknownst to you. According to fraud detection firm Protected Media, Ad Stacking was spotted in codes, provided by an ad technology company Aniview. Ad Stacking is essentially showing you one ad, but in the background it is playing multiple videos at the same time, destroying your battery life.

This type of fraud hurts not only you, your device and data cap, but also companies who pay for impressions and views, as well as applications and platforms who are buying and selling advertisement real estate for smartphones. Advertisers are told people are watching their clips but there isn’t enough response, so they have to pay even more.

Craig Silverman, a reporter at BuzzFeed News, contacted Israeli company Aniview which runs a video ad technology platform. Alon Carmel, company CEO, denied any involvement and said the code was created by third-party subsidiaries and exploited by another party. In the video above you can see that a pretty much regular banned about McDonald's or Michael Kors actually has multiple videos hidden behind it.

The reporter declined to name the application or its owner, mostly because they were most likely out of the scheme and were just carrier rocket of the scam. If you have issues with battery draining from any of your apps, consider uninstalling it and letting developers know before more people and their smartphones fall victims of such frauds.

Which one among these redefines budget Android niche? The launch of two new smartphones have spurred up a whole new in the budget segment: Redmi Note 7 Pro and Samsung Galaxy M30. While Samsung is trying really hard to take on Xiaomi, the latter is not taking it lightly either.

Redmi Note 7 Pro Vs Galaxy M30: Design, Hardware, Camera, Price

Redmi Note 7 Pro Vs Galaxy M30: Design, Hardware, Camera, Price
Redmi Note 7 Pro Vs Galaxy M30: Design, Hardware, Camera, Price
Xiaomi launched two new phones in the country: Note 7 and Note 7 Pro.

Samsung too have revamped its budget smartphone lineup in India with six new smartphones: three Galaxy M devices and three Galaxy A devices including the premium Samsung Galaxy A50 with in-display fingerprint sensor.

So, today we are doing an in-depth comparison between the Samsung Galaxy M30 and Redmi Note 7 Pro.

Let’s find out who’s the new king in the under 15K category.

Redmi Note 7 Pro vs Galaxy M30: In-Depth Comparison

Both the smartphones come at a almost similar pricing, and are yet to go on sale.

Design & Build

Redmi Note 7 Pro sports a glass sandwich body protected by Gorilla Glass 5 on both sides. It does look good and where Galaxy M30 majorly uses polycarbonate. In terms of durability, your chances of surviving a couple of drops would go with Galaxy M30 though.

In terms of looks, Redmi Note 7 Pro appear more cooler and classy.

Samsung Galaxy M30 and Note 7 Pro both come with water drop notch displays with slim bezels around the display. Both have heavy chins, but on the up, bezels are slightly thinner on the Galaxy M30.

Display

Samsung Galaxy M30 has a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Full HD+ display. In comparison, Redmi Note 7 Pro sports a 6.3 inch Full HD+ LCD display. Note 7 Pro’s display has a higher pixel density of 409 ppi compared to pixel density of 394 ppi on Galaxy M30’s.

The reverberation can’t be noticed visually.

Though, Galaxy M30 with a Super AMOLED display compared to the LCD display on Redmi Note 7 does keep M30 ahead because of the panel and better colour reproduction.

Hardware

Samsung Galaxy M30 has an in-house Exynos 7904 SoC. On the other hand, the Redmi Note 7 Pro outperforms M30 with Snapdragon 675 SoC. Both are Octa-Core CPU units, where Exynos 7904 has two Kryo 260 Gold cores and six Kryo 260 Silver cores.

In comparison, Snapdragon 675 has four Kryo 460 cores and four Kryo 460 Silver cores.

Galaxy M30 with Exynos 7904 can handle day to day tasks easily, but Redmi Note 7 Pro with Snapdragon 675 has an edge with more cores and 11 nm fabrication technology.

Software

Galaxy M30 runs on Android 8.1 Oreo OS with Samsung’s custom UI. While the Note 7 Pro runs on the latest Android 9.0 Pie with custom MIUI 10. Both come with heavy bloatware, but Android 9 Pie on Note 7 Pro is an added advantage.

Storage

Samsung Galaxy M30 and Redmi Note 7 Pro both are available in two storage options: 4GB RAM with 64GB storage and 6GB RAM with 128GB storage. Both support memory expansion via an external microSD card.

Galaxy M30 supports up to 512GB and Redmi Note 7 Pro supports up to 256GB.

Samsung has a dedicated slot for the microSD card, while the Note 7 Pro has a hybrid SIM, where it uses slot 2 for memory expansion.

Rear Camera

This is a game-changer. Both the smartphones have some top level rear camera systems. Galaxy M30 sports a triple rear camera system consisting of 13MP PDAF sensor, 5MP ultrawide sensor and a third 5MP depth sensor.

While Redmi Note 7 Pro has a dual rear camera setup consisting of a 48MP primary sensor and a 5MP depth sensor.

The 48MP Sony IMX 586 sensor on the Note 7 Pro outperforms most of the images captured on Galaxy M30. The latest technology offers better colour reproduction with high definition contrast.

Front Camera

The front camera on both the smartphones can capture decent shots. Galaxy M30 has a 16MP selfie camera while the Redmi Note 7 Pro comes with a 13MP sensor.

Connectivity

Both the smartphones come with rear fingerprint sensor, USB Type-C port, 3.5mm audio jack, Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, Infrared and dual-SIM support.

Battery

Samsung Galaxy M30 runs on a massive 5,000 mAh battery. On the other hand, Note 7 Pro is powered by the same 4,000mAh unit. Snapdragon 675 on the Note 7 Pro will help the smartphone less power run more. Redmi Note 7 Pro also supports 18W fast charging while the M30 supports 15W fast charge.

Samsung ships a 15W fast charger, while Redmi Note 7 Pro offers a standard 10W charger in box.

Pricing

Samsung Galaxy M30 and Redmi Note 7 Pro both are available in two storage options: 4GB RAM with 64GB storage and 6GB RAM with 128GB storage.

Samsung Galaxy M30 (64GB): Rs 14,990
Samsung Galaxy M30 (128GB): Rs 17,990

Redmi Note 7 Pro (64GB): Rs 13,999
Redmi Note 7 Pro (128GB): Rs 16,999

CONCLUSION: Redmi Note 7 Pro vs Galaxy M30

Samsung has been able to deliver an awesome mid-budget smartphone at the price, but Galaxy M30 can’t stand against Redmi Note 7 Pro’s excellent combination of features.

Samsung Galaxy M30 is not a bad smartphone, neither it’s overpriced, but Redmi Note 7 Pro wins big against Galaxy M30.

The combination of a top processor and a great camera throws Redmi Note 7 way ahead. To wrap up, Samsung Galaxy is a great smartphone at the price, but Note 7 Pro is here to rule the market.

Samsung has refreshed its smartphone line-up starting with the M-series, and now the company is gearing up to come up with A-series (2019) devices. We have already learned that Samsung is working on three devices – the Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50. Some of these smartphones have already been spotted in leaks, benchmarks and renders too. Now, a fresh leak spills the beans over the expected specifications and features too. msnTarGet.com

Samsung Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30, Galaxy A50 full specifications leaked ahead of launch

Samsung Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30, Galaxy A50 full specifications leaked ahead of launch
Samsung Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30, Galaxy A50 full specifications leaked ahead of launch

Samsung Galaxy A10 leaked specifications and features

According to a leak on MySmartPrice, the Galaxy A10 will be an entry-level model in the A-series, and will come with a plastic body. It will feature a 6.2-inch Infinity V display and have HD+ resolution. Under the hood, an Exynos 7884B SoC clocked at 1.6GHz is expected, paired with 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage. Fun2Ind.com

Talking about cameras, a single 13-megapixel snapper at the back, and a 5-megapixel snapper on the front is likely to be in tow. The smartphone will lack a fingerprint scanner, but will come with face unlock feature. There will be two SIM card slots, and a dedicated micro SD card slot for further expansion. To keep things ticking, the smartphone will pack a 4,000mAh battery, but come with 5W charging over microUSB. soas.in

Samsung Galaxy A30 leaked specifications and features

Coming to Galaxy A30, the smartphone will come with 3D glossy back made from plastic material. There will be a 6.4-inch Infinity U super AMOLED display running at full HD+. It will be powered by an Exynos 7904 SoC paired with 3GB / 4GB RAM and 32GB / 64GB storage. In the photography department, a dual camera setup comprising of a 16-megapixel main sensor and a 5-megapixel sensor with ultra-wide lens is expected. For selfies and video calling, a 16-megapixel front camera is likely to be in tow. mobask.com

To keep things ticking, a 4,000mAh battery with support for 15W fast charging over Type C will be in place. The smartphone is also likely to come with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. The leak also hints at Samsung Pay Mini, Bixby, Dolby Atmos and AR sticker support.

Samsung Galaxy A50 leaked specifications and features

Lastly, the flagship model in the series will reportedly pack an in-display fingerprint scanner. It will share the same design and display as the Galaxy A30. Under the hood, a it will be powered by an Exynos 9610 SoC paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, or 6GB RAM with 128GB storage. msnTarGet.com

In the photography department, a triple camera setup of 25-megapixel primary sensor, a secondary 5-megapixel depth sensor and a third 8-megapixel sensor with ultra-wide lens will be in tow. Up front, there will be a 25-megapixel sensor for selfies and video calling. Just like the other two A-series smartphones, the Galaxy A50 will also come with a 4,000mAh battery featuring 15W fast charging over Type C.

There is, however, one thing that the leak doesn’t clarify – the Android OS version that these phones will run on. Currently, the flagship smartphones are being updated to Android Pie OS, but the older devices are still stuck on Android Oreo. Even the recently launched Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 don’t come with Android Pie OS, which is something disappointing.

We received an anonymous tip via email from an alleged inside source in Samsung's retail channel. The tip consists of two sheets with the detailed specs of the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e. We cannot verify that these are the correct specs but they do fall in line with the numerous leaks we've covered in the previous weeks.

Exclusive: Here are the final, detailed specs of the Samsung Galaxy S10 trio

Exclusive: Here are the final, detailed specs of the Samsung Galaxy S10 trio
Exclusive: Here are the final, detailed specs of the Samsung Galaxy S10 trio
We reported on some of the details found in the sheets, like the new 10MP f/1.9 selfie camera that can capture 4K video. It will have dual-pixel AF but the sheets don't mention optical stabilization, which was reported as a new feature. We've also heard of the new super slow-mo capabilities of the Galaxy S10 trio - they'll be able to capture 0.4s-0.8s of video, twice as long as their predecessors. msnTarGet.com

Mostly the specs are a rehash of what's been rumored for awhile now but there are some interesting bits, like the promised 800 nits of screen brightness - so far we've not tested a Galaxy flagship with more than 700 nits in our office. Fun2Ind.com

Another deviation from what we've seen rumored is the screen size of the Galaxy S10+. The insider specs sheet claims a 6.3-inch diagonal of 3040x1440px resolution, whereas rumors say a 6.4-inch display. mobask.com

Then there are the cameras - the Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10 have triple rear cameras (12 f/2.4 45-degree tele / 12MP f/1.5 77-degree regular / 16MP f/2.2 fixed-focus 123-degree ultra-wide) while the Galaxy S10e is listed as having a regular and an ultra-wide camera, while rumors suggested it will stick with the regular + tele configuration of the Galaxy S9+. soas.in

The claim that the Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e have the world's first selfie camera to capture 4K video is something the Nokia 8 might want to argue with.

There are the final tidbits such as the new 10 scene optimizer settings and the new Zoom and Color point effects in the camera.

The three Galaxy S10 flagships will be unveiled in less than 10 days and all of these leaks will be put to an end. Stay tuned until then as there will likely be more leaks in the meantime.

Samsung had been playing a rather lackluster game in the budget smartphone segment in India which comprises of the smartphone market priced between 7k and 13k. And by this I mean it didn’t have smartphones in this segment that could compare to its competition in terms of the specs that were being offered. But it seems like Samsung has learnt from the past and is now ready to make amends in the segment. And this is rather clear in its introduction of the new Galaxy M series smartphones with much better specs than its predecessors. We have already reviewed the Galaxy M10 in detail and found it to be an impressive offering in its segment. Now, here’s my review of the Samsung Galaxy M20 which is the higher variant between the two M Series smartphones launched so far. msnTarGet.com

Samsung Galaxy M20 Review: Hits the sweet spot with its battery

Samsung Galaxy M20 Review: Hits the sweet spot with its battery
Samsung Galaxy M20 Review: Hits the sweet spot with its battery

Design of the Samsung Galaxy M20

Right off the bat, the first aspect that anyone notices about a device is how it looks, and the Samsung Galaxy M20 shares its physical traits with affordable sibling Galaxy M10 and some of the other smartphones in this segment. It comes with a waterdrop notch like Honor 10 Lite, which has been termed as ‘Infinity-V’ and is a first for Samsung. As a matter of fact, this is the first time that the South Korean company has incorporated the notch design into its smartphones. It seems like an attempt from Samsung to incorporate itself into the segment by picking up design cues from other smartphones and pick up designs that are trending. Fun2Ind.com

Unlike other smartphones that are there in this category which include the Redmi Note 6 Pro, Honor 10 Lite which have metal or glass back panels, Samsung went for a polycarbonate back panel which has rounded corners to meld into the display. The back panel has the dual-camera setup in a vertical arrangement on the top left corner with the flash below it and the fingerprint sensor on down the middle. The device has two microphone openings, one on the top panel and another on the bottom beside the single speaker grille, 3.5mm port and a USB-C port. The volume rocker and the power button are on the right hand panel while the left panel houses the hybrid-SIM slot which has separate slots for two SIM cards and a MicroSD card of up to 256GB. MobAsk.com

Moving on to the display of the Galaxy M20, it features a 6.3-inch FHD+ (2340 x 1080p) PLS TFT display which is Samsung’s own technology similar to TFT. The color reproduction of the display is bright and typical of Samsung’s saturated displays, which is impressive by all means. One of the more appreciable aspects of the display is that it is quite bright and you would not have any any problem with its outdoor visibility.

There were two things that surprised me, which was how light the smartphone is considering that it is packing a 5,000mAh battery and is not much heavier than the 3,300mAh packing Galaxy Note 8 which I use as my daily driver. The other thing that surprised me in terms of the design of the smartphone is how well Samsung has incorporated a proximity sensor as well as ambient sensor on the upper thin bezel, and it surprisingly works well too. Soas.in

The volume rocker and the power key seems much better than the previous Samsung phones in this segment and are much more solid now without anything feeling loose. This has been typical in the mid ranged and the costlier Samsung smartphone, and the inclusion in the budget segment is an improvement of sorts for the company. The inclusion of Type-C for charging and interface with other devices is also an improvement and the fact that this comes with fast-charging capabilities also earns a thumbs up.

Booting up to the software of the Galaxy M20, I observed that Samsung has stuck to its Experience UI despite having introduced the new OneUI which has been professed as a big improvement over the previous one. Galaxy M20 does not yet have Android 9 Pie and is still stuck at Android 8.1 Oreo after the January 2019 security patch. The UI itself is no different from what we have seen in the previous Samsung devices, and we hope Samsung brings OneUI to this segment of devices as well.

Performance of the Samsung Galaxy M20

There are a few firsts for Samsung with the new Galaxy M smartphones and the inclusion of a whole new Samsung Exynos chipset in the Galaxy M20 is on of them. The Exynos 7904 processor that has been used in the Galaxy M20 is a new processor that has recently been launched by the Samsung. It is an octa-core processor which has two ARM Cortex-A73 cores clocked at 1.8GHz for high power tasks and six ARM Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.6GHz for the regular tasks. The processor uses Mali-G71 GPU which is efficient enough to run games like PUBG Mobile without a hitch on high graphics. Soas.in

The Samsung Galaxy M20 variant which I reviewed had 4GB RAM which was capable of handling heavy apps and switching between them frequently seemed snappy and went about without a hitch. Even using apps in the split screen view didn’t seem to deter performance of the device. One of the concerns that I had was whether the background apps are killed after a while, and it seems that it usually takes a long while before the app is killed and only an iteration is there in the background apps. I noticed that the smartphone produced negligible heat when playing games like Asphalt and PUBG Mobile even at longer stretches which is definitely one of the bigger positives considering how important smartphone gaming has become. Fun2Ind.com

Moving on to the battery performance of the Samsung Galaxy M20, it has been impressive to say the least. I will mention outright that generally I am not too heavy a smartphone user and in my regular medium use of the smartphone, it easily lasted 1.5 days with a single full charge. This includes a couple of PUBG matches a day, a couple of product shots, 30-40 minutes of streaming high quality video, browsing social media for the rest of the day. But to test out the extended battery capability of the device, I extended the usage and the gaming hours to match heavy usage and the battery still lasted about a day on a single charge.

Now coming to the Galaxy M20’s camera capabilities, I have to admit that I had expected much better results considering that Samsung excels in optics. It is one of the primary talking points of its higher end smartphones, the company never ceases to surprise me with its below-par optics in the budget segment. The daylight shots seem perfectly fine which is expected, but the quality deteriorates as the light intensity decreases and so does capturing correct colors. The rear-camera combo of 13 megapixel primary sensor with a lens of f/1.9 aperture and a secondary 5-megapixel sensor and 120 degree field of view lens. The front camera is not too better off and the software has a tendency to overexpose the background in bright light to adjust the skin tone, while in low light it has difficulty in maintaining accuracy. msnTarGet.com

The software integration of the Face Unlock is pretty accurate (slightly slow), but definitely better than the Galaxy M10. The fingerprint sensor is pretty snappy and seems at par with even costlier devices.

Verdict

The Samsung Galaxy M20 is a definite improvement over the previous Galaxy On series and Galaxy J series smartphones that we have seen. It shows that Samsung is willing to move towards making better phones for the budget segment, even though it has not reached there yet. The Galaxy M20 has impressive battery backup and the great display with performance which is quite up to the mark. But one of Samsung’s old faults of not incorporating better camera modules persists, considering the competing brands excel in the camera department especially.

In terms of the pricing, the variant I reviewed with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage is priced at Rs 12,990 which seems like fair pricing for the device even when comparing its positives and negatives to smartphones like the Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro and Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2.

2019 kick-started with some top smartphones from Xiaomi, Huawei and its sub-brand Honor, Realme and many more. Redmi Note 7 is in the limelight after its China launch. Two new variants of Realme C1 were launched, while Realme 3 is on its way.

February is going to better, and bigger.

We have some top smartphone launches lined up for February, it includes the likes of Redmi Go, the first Android Go phone from Xiaomi, Redmi Note 7, Moto G7 series, Vivo V15 Pro and much more. msnTarGet.com

Check out the top smartphones launching in February in India.

Upcoming Smartphones In February | Smartphones Launching In February

The list comprises of the smartphones expected to launch in the month of February 2019 in India. SoAs.in

Top 10 Upcoming Smartphones In February, 2019: Redmi Note 7, Nokia 9, Vivo V15 Pro & More

Top 10 Upcoming Smartphones In February, 2019: Redmi Note 7, Nokia 9, Vivo V15 Pro & More
Top 10 Upcoming Smartphones In February, 2019: Redmi Note 7, Nokia 9, Vivo V15 Pro & MoreXiaomi Redmi Note 7
Redmi Note 7 launched in China a few weeks back. The company confirmed the India launch this February along with two other smartphones. It’s going to be the first smartphone from Xiaomi to come with a water drop notch display. Redmi Note 7 features a massive 4,000mAh battery, Snapdragon 660, 48MP Samsung sensor, dual cameras in different gradient colours. MobAsk.com

Redmi Go

Up next in the upcoming smartphones in February list we have Redmi Go. It’s the first smartphone from Xiaomi built on Android Go. The smartphone is going to be a Redmi 5A rip-off backed by Android Go. The smartphone is expected to launch in India under 4,000 rupees running the latest Android 9 Pie. SoAs.in

Moto G7 Series

Lenovo owned Motorola has confirmed the launch of its Moto G7 smartphones in February. After a global launch on February 7 in Brazil, the company is expected to bring the latest Moto G lineup to India in a month. The latest Moto G7 series will include four smartphones: Moto G7, Moto G7 Plus, Moto G7 Play and Moto G7 Power.

Nokia 9 PureView

HMD Global has been teasing its next flagship Nokia 9 for long now. Finally the company confirmed the launch date. The smartphone will be unveiled at the MWC 2019 on February 24. Nokia 9 is going to be come with a rear penta camera setup i.e five rear cameras for photography. It will have a 2K PureView HDR display, Snapdragon 845, stock Android with Pie, fast charging and more. Fun2Ind.com

Redmi Note 7 Pro

After separating its brand Redmi from the Xiaomi hat, the company is planning to launch a number of smartphones under the new brand. Soon after Redmi Note 7, the company confirmed the launch of Redmi Note 7 Pro. The Pro version of Redmi Note 7 will come with a few updated features like a better processor (Snapdragon 675) and the 48MP Sony IMX 586 sensor.

Realme 3

The Realme CEO Madhav Seth said that the next Realme device will launch by the end of Q1, we expect the renders to show up in February only. The company is expected to launch two successors soon, Realme 3 and Realme 3 Pro. The company hinted at a 48MP camera Realme device as well, which is expected to be the Realme 3 Pro. Fun2Ind.com

Nokia 6.2

The 2019 version of Nokia 6 is expected to launch at the same Nokia 9 event alongside. Being dubbed as Nokia 6.2, the smartphone will come with the latest punch hole display technology. Nokia 6.2 will feature a full-screen display with a cut-out on the top left corner, Snapdragon 632 chipset, Zeiss branded dual cameras, Android One and more. MobAsk.com

Redmi X

As a latest leak, Xiaomi will launch a mid-range Redmi device with an in-display fingerprint sensor and some updated specs. The device is expected to be an entry-level premium smartphone with updated specs and features. Redmi X may launch globally in February along with Xiaomi Mi 9, with an imminent India launch. msnTarGet.com

Vivo V15 Pro

Chinese smartphone manufacturer will bring its Vivo V11 Pro successor to India in February. The company has officially confirmed the launch and a few key specs. It’s going to carry a lot from Vivo NEX like its pop-up selfie camera and in-display fingerprint sensor. Vivo V15 Pro will cost somewhere around 30,000 rupees in India with an expected rear triple camera setup. MobAsk.com

Samsung Galaxy S10 Series

Finally, summing up the list with a special launch. Samsung will unveil its tenth anniversary Galaxy S10 models this February. The company will announce the smartphones at the Unpacked event on February 20. The lineup will include three smartphones: Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10 Lite. In India, we expect the Galaxy S10 devices by March.

Samsung has made fight tough for smartphones in the sub-Rs 15,000 segment with the launch of its all-new M-Series. Dubbed Samsung Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20, the smartphones are priced at Rs 7,499 and Rs 10,999 respectively. Samsung Galaxy M-Series is the company’s India-first smartphone range. Both the smartphones run on Samsung’s mid-range Exynos processor.

Among the duo M20 boasts of more powerful specifications. Here we compare Galaxy M20 to the other smartphones priced in this range. These include Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro, Nokia 6.1 Plus and Honor 10 Lite ...

Best smartphone under Rs 15,000: Samsung Galaxy M20 vs Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro vs Nokia 6.1 Plus vs Honor 10 Lite

Best smartphone under Rs 15,000: Samsung Galaxy M20 vs Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro vs Nokia 6.1 Plus vs Honor 10 Lite
Best smartphone under Rs 15,000: Samsung Galaxy M20 vs Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro vs Nokia 6.1 Plus vs Honor 10 Lite

Price: Samsung Galaxy M20’s 4GB RAM/64GB storage variant is cheapest. msnTarGet.com

  • Samsung Galaxy M20: 3GB + 32GB (Rs 10,990), 4GB + 64GB (Rs 12,990)
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro: 4GB + 64GB (Rs 13,999), 6GB + 64GB (Rs 15,999)
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus: 4GB + 64GB (Rs 15,499)
  • Honor 10 Lite: 4GB + 64GB (Rs 13,999), 6GB + 64GB (Rs 17,999)

​Operating system: Both Nokia 6.1 Plus and Honor 10 Lite run on Google’s latest Android 9.0 Pie. Fun2Ind.com

  • Samsung Galaxy M20: Samsung Experience UI v9.5 based on Android 8.1 Oreo
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro: MIUI 10 based on Android 8.0 Oreo
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus: Stock Android Oreo (Android One)
  • Honor 10 Lite: EMUI 9.0 based on Android 9.0 Pie

​Display: At 6.3-inch screen, Samsung Galaxy M20 has the biggest display. MobAsk.com

  • Samsung Galaxy M20: 6.3-inch full HD+ (2340x1080 pixels) Display
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro: 6.2-inch full HD+ (2246x1080 pixels) Display.
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus: 5.8-inch FHD+ (1080x2246 pixels) Display.
  • Honor 10 Lite: 6.21-inch full HD+ (1080 x 2340 pixels) Display.

Processor: Samsung Galaxy M20 runs on newest Exynos processor. Soas.in

  • Samsung Galaxy M20: Octa-core Exynos 7904 processor
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro: Octa Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor.
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus: Qualcomm Snapdragon 636
  • Honor 10 Lite: Octa-core Kirin 710

RAM: Both Honor 10 Lite and Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro also come in 6GB RAM option. Fun2Ind.com

  • Samsung Galaxy M20: 3GB and 4GB RAM options
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro: 4GB and 6GB RAM options
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus: Only 4GB RAM option
  • Honor 10 Lite: 4GB and 6GB RAM options

Storage: Samsung Galaxy M20 comes in two storage options. msnTarGet.com

  • Samsung Galaxy M20: 32GB and 64GB storage options.
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro: only 64GB storage option.
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus: only 64GB storage
  • Honor 10 Lite: only 64GB internal storage

Rear camera: Nokia 6.1 Plus leads in megapixels with 16MP rear camera. Soas.in

  • Samsung Galaxy M20: 15MP (f/1.9 aperture) + 5MP (Ultra-wide sensor)
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro: 12MP (f/1.9 aperture) + 5MP (f/2.2 aperture)
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus: 16MP (f/2.0 aperture) + 5MP (f/2.4 aperture)
  • Honor 10 Lite: 13MP (f/1.8 aperture) + 2MP (f/2.4 aperture)

Front camera: Only Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro offers dual-front cameras. MobAsk.com

  • Samsung Galaxy M20: 13MP (f/1.9 aperture)
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro: 20MP (f/2.0 aperture) + 2MP (f/2.2 aperture) 
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus: 16MP (f/2.0 aperture)
  • Honor 10 Lite: 24MP (f/2.0 aperture)

Battery: Samsung Galaxy M20 boasts of maximum battery capacity of 5000mAh. msnTarGet.com

  • Samsung Galaxy M20: 5000mAh
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro: 4000mAh 
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus: 3060mAh
  • Honor 10 Lite: 3400mAh

Colour options: Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro has maximum colour options: Black, Blue. Red and Rose Gold. Fun2Ind.com

  • Samsung Galaxy M20: Ocean Blue and Charcoal Black
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro: Black, Blue. Red, Rose Gold colour variants.
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus: Black, Blue and White
  • Honor 10 Lite: Sapphire Blue, Sky Blue, Midnight Black colour options

While the last few days of the year gone by were spent looking back, it’s now time to look what lies ahead. The year 2019 is expected to see new launches, innovations and features in the smartphone industry. What aces do the likes of Apple, Samsung, OnePlus others have up their sleeve? msnTarGet.com Here we look at 15 of the most-awaited smartphones that are expected to land in 2019:

15 smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Google, Xiaomi and others to watch out for 2019

15 smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Google, Xiaomi and others to watch out for 2019
15 smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Google, Xiaomi and others to watch out for 2019

​New Apple iPhones

What to expect: Very little is known about the new iPhones as very few leaks have appeared and Apple will only talk about it on the day they are launched MsnTarGet.CoM.
Expected launch date: September

​Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

What to expect: The key highlight is expected to be improved display and Samsung’s own UI.
Expected launch date: The Galaxy S10 Plus will arrive just before the Mobile World Congress in February.

​Samsung Galaxy Note 10

What to expect: The phablet from Samsung may get a better display and bring innovations to the S Pen
Expected launch date: August

​Google Pixel 4

What to expect: Unparalleled camera experience but apart from that little is known about this year’s Pixel smartphones
Expected launch date: October

​Nokia 9

What to expect: Nokia 9 is rumoured to come equipped with as many five cameras at the back.
Expected launch date: Nokia 9 may l see the light of the day sometime in March.

OnePlus 7

What to expect:Very little is known about the next OnePlus smartphone as of now.
Expected date: May/June

​Samsung Galaxy X

What to expect: The first foldable phone from smartphone to have an innovative display
Expected launch date: May

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro

An upgrade of one of Xiaomi’s most powerful smartphone with better display and camera.
Expected launch date: Second half of 2019

​Huawei P30 Pro

What to expect: Last year, Huawei created a stir by putting three cameras on the back of P 20 Pro. Expect more innovations in the camera
Expected launch date: Second half of 2019

​OnePlus 5G phone:

What to expect: One of the first handset to support 5G technology. It’s still not known whether this will come first or the OnePlus 7 on msnTarGet.com.
Expected launch date: First half of 2019

​Google Pixel Lite

What to expect: An affordable ‘liter’ version of the Pixel 3 range of devices
Expected launch date: First half of 2019

Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2

What to expect: A 48MP camera at the back and a in-hole display
Expected launch date: February

​LG G8 ThinQ

What to expect: It is rumoured that LG is going to beef up the display of its flagship device this year
Expected launch date: June

​Huawei foldable phone

What to expect: As the name suggests, it will be a foldable phone.
Launch date: First half of 2019

​Poco F2

What to expect: An upgrade on one of Xiaomi’s affordable phone with a powerful processor. No concrete information is available as of now
Expected launch date: Second half of 2019.

2019 is expected to be a big year for smartphones with new technologies like 5G and foldable design becoming mainstream. Samsung is expected to lead the way with its foldable smartphone while other smartphone makers are expected to introduce their first smartphones with 5G mobile connectivity. msnTarGet.com In a nutshell, all the major smartphones launching in the first half of 2019 are expected to be faster not only in terms of performance but also in terms of data connectivity.

They will also be innovative with flexible displays and support for improved cooling and better image processing. With Mobile World Congress 2019 just a month away, the details regarding some of the key launches at the event have already started surfacing online. Here is a look at some of the premium smartphones to look forward to this year:

Nokia 9 PureView, Samsung Galaxy 10, Huawei P30 Pro and more: Top smartphones to launch in 2019. From foldable smartphone to 5G supported devices, there is a lot to look forward to this year.

Nokia 9 PureView, Samsung Galaxy 10, Huawei P30 Pro and more: Top smartphones to launch in 2019. From foldable smartphone to 5G supported devices, there is a lot to look forward to this year.
Nokia 9 PureView, Samsung Galaxy 10, Huawei P30 Pro and more: Top smartphones to launch in 2019. From foldable smartphone to 5G supported devices, there is a lot to look forward to this year.

Top smartphones to launch in 2019

Nokia 9 Pureview with penta-camera setup

Nokia 9 is expected to be the first major smartphone launch of this year. The smartphone was rumored to go official last year, but the launched has been pushed ahead at least a couple of times for some unknown reasons. It seems that HMD Global is skipping the MWC unveil in favor of a dedicated launch for the smartphone. The Nokia 9 will be the first smartphone to jump to as many as five cameras on the back of MsnTarGet.CoM.

Evan Blass tweeted a picture of the device called Nokia 9 Pureview Beholder, which confirms five cameras on the back and dual cameras at the front. The addition of Pureview branding suggests the ZEISS imaging system will be identical to that on the Nokia Lumia lineup. It is expected to feature a 5.99-inch Quad HD+ display with 18:9 aspect ratio, 6GB of RAM, 128GB storage and Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset. This could be a letdown since we will be seeing Snapdragon 855-powered phones next month.

Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+

Samsung Galaxy S-series turns ten this year and the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ are expected to be its biggest design evolution yet. The Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ are expected to come in multiple screen sizes including an entry-level model with a flat-screen this year. There are also rumors of a mid model with a 6.2-inch curved display and two more models with a 6.44-inch screen and optional support for 5G.

In terms of design, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ are expected to feature metal and glass design but at the front, they are expected to feature in-screen dual camera setup. This design will allow for a higher screen-to-body ratio and there are also reports of Samsung adding reverse wireless charging this year. Other features include Snapdragon 855 SoC in the US and China and Exynos 9820 chipset in all other markets. These models are expected to come with up to 8GB of RAM and 512GB storage. With the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+, Samsung is also expected to integrate Qualcomm’s ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.

Huawei P30 and P30 Pro

After launching the P20 and P20 Pro at a separate event in March, Huawei is expected to return to MWC this year with the P30 and P30 Pro smartphones. The P30 series is expected to be an improvement over its predecessor by switching to a taller display design that drops the front-mounted fingerprint sensor in favor of an in-display fingerprint sensor. It is also expected to bring major changes in the camera department.

Evan Blass has confirmed that Huawei P30 will offer triple rear camera setup while the P30 Pro is expected to include four camera sensors and support 10x lossless zoom. The leaks claim that Huawei plans to use a 38-megapixel sensor but it is not clear how the four cameras will work. It is expected to feature a waterdrop notch design at the front and come with Kirin 980 chipset, 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage.

Vivo NEX Dual Display Edition

Samsung will start selling foldable smartphones this year but Vivo will start selling smartphone will dual displays. Vivo NEX Dual Display Edition, the latest smartphone with 10GB of RAM and dual display design and a triple rear camera setup will be launched globally this year. The Vivo NEX Dual Display Edition features a 6.39-inch Ultra FullView display with 91.63 percent screen-to-body ratio.

It also features a secondary Super AMOLED display that measures 5.49-inches and is placed on the back of the device. There is 12-megapixel dual pixel main camera paired with a 2-megapixel depth sensor and time-of-flight sensor. There is under display fingerprint sensor, Funtouch OS 4.5 based on Android 9 Pie and 3,500mAh battery.

Sony Xperia XZ4

Sony could jump Samsung and others to become the first to launch the Snapdragon 855-powered smartphone. The Xperia XZ4 recently appeared on Antutu with a score of 3,95,000 and model number I8134. This indicates that the Xperia XZ4 will be the most powerful smartphone when it becomes official next month.

The leaked CAD renders show that it will feature an extra tall display design with 21:9 aspect ratio. It is expected to feature triple rear camera setup and include a headphone jack and dedicated shutter button for the camera.

OnePlus 7

OnePlus 7 and its 5G variant is another smartphone that could disrupt the market this year. The OnePlus 6T has already set a bar for mid-range premium smartphones and its next device will have to deliver on its promise of “Never Settle” attitude. The smartphone recently leaked in the form of an internal meeting attended by Pete Lau.

OnePlus 7 is confirmed to come with Snapdragon 855 but the company is set to launch another model with 5G modem support. The MsnTarGet.com OnePlus 5G smartphone is expected to support T-Mobile’s network in the US and EE in the UK. There is not much known beyond this but it could be the 5G smartphone most people will find affordable.

Xiaomi Mi 9 and Mi MIX 4

Xiaomi is expected to launch two new flagship smartphones – the Mi 9 and Mi MIX 4 – this year. It is not clear whether both the devices will arrive at the same time but the Mi 9 is likely to debut at MWC next month. Both the devices will be powered by Snapdragon 855 SoC and feature triple rear camera setup msntarget.com.

There are leaks of the Mi MIX 4 getting periscope style camera setup for improved zoom capability. Xiaomi has already begun testing the 5G version of Mi MIX 3 so one can expect that Mi MIX 4 will also support 5G at the time of launch.

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