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Leaked images and specs of the Nokia D1C – First Nokia phone running on Android

Leaked images and specs of the Nokia D1C – First Nokia phone running on Android

After months of speculations, it seems that the rumors surrounding Nokia’s big comeback into the mobile industry is slowly starting to take shape. Our friends at Nokia Power User have managed to get their hands on the first leaked images of the world’s first Nokia phone running on Android – The Nokia D1C. According to the leaks, the device will be coming in two variants. Cheaper of the two variants will pack 2 GB RAM, 5-inch 1080p display and will have a 13 MP rear shooter. The second variant will pack 3GB RAM, 5.5-inch 1080 display and a 16 MP rear shooter. Other features include: 1.4 GHz Snapdragon 430 Processor Adreno 505 GPU 2 / 3 GB RAM Android Nougat 7.0 5 / 5.5-inch, 1080p display 16 GB internal storage 13 /16 MP Rear camera 8 MP FFC   As per pricing and availability is concerned, both the devices would be officially announced sometime in 2017. If we’re lucky, we might just get to see them at MWC 2017 as well. Will keep you guys  posted of any new details surrounding the same so do stick around. Does the prospect of a Nokia device running on Android sound good to you? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below....

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Here is first look at the HTC 10 renders [LEAKED]

Here is first look at the HTC 10 renders [LEAKED]

We’ve been hearing rumors since quite a few days about HTC’s next flagship device of the year, the HTC One M10 and as of today, those rumors have been confirmed by our friendly neighborhood rumor master @evleaks, the Taiwanese tech giants are all but set to unveil their new beast on April 19th. In another major announcement, HTC have decided to drop the “One” brand name that has long been associated with these devices and so the new device would simply be known as the HTC 10. As seen in these leaked images, there are no front facing speakers this time around but one thing that caught our eye is the front facing camera lens which is a bit too big for our liking but a larger lens usually does mean a better camera. Other features include a finger print scanner, a full metal body with chamfered edges and support for USB Type-C connectivity. As of now, these are the only details that we have received so far; will keep you guys posted on any further rumors that may surface before the device gets officially launched in April. Till then do stick around for more....

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Leaked Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge renders for your eyes to feast

Leaked Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge renders for your eyes to feast

The rumor mill has been spinning  quite a lot for Samsung’s next flagship device, the S7 and S7 Edge. Leaks of 3D images have surfaced thanks to, none other than, ours trusted leakster @evleaks. Now he is back with renders of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge on his VentureBeat page.These renders also confirm the fact that Samsung are coming out with 2 size variants for their next flagship. According to previous rumors the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge will be launching on March 11 globally....

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Infinix Second Generation Android One Spotted [Leaked Image]

Infinix Second Generation Android One Spotted [Leaked Image]

Android One is Google’s way of letting people enjoy the Android OS the way they made it, without have to make a deep hole in their pockets. QMobile is the first company in Pakistan to bring an Android One device.  The QMobile A1 is a great device for those who seek for and enjoy smooth software usage.  Well, bad news for QMobile though is that another Android One device has surfaced. This new Android One device is made by Infinix.   No other information is given of the device, but will surely be one to look forward...

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Infinix’s next device launching on July 28th

Infinix’s next device launching on July 28th

Infinix has taken the Pakistani mobile market by storm, with its extremely budget friendly device the Hot Note. The device itself has more than decent specs and an amazing battery life to boast. Infinix wants to continue its momentum with the launch of its next device. According to our sources, the device hash tagged “THE NEXT HERO” comes with a Kevlar back. What’s so special about that you say? Well its the same material used in Bullet-proof vests. So, this makes the device all kinds of sturdy (great news for people with butter fingers.) The new device is going to launch in Pakistan on July 28th. Our team will be there to get cover the event. So make sure you tune in for our first impression...

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Next Android Wear update coming with Interactive Watch Faces and More

Next Android Wear update coming with Interactive Watch Faces and More

Android Wear is set to get another update as early as August. Currently the Android Wear watches are running on Android  5.1.1. No official information has come out yet, but our friends at Phandroid have managed to get their hands on a leaked copy.  According to the documents provided by Google, the next Android Wear will come with “Single Tap Gesture”, which allows for various watch face activities, launch activities and much more. This new feature will end the single tap to open the launcher, instead swiping from right to left will open it. According to the document provided by Google the Tap gesture can be used in the following four ways: Single Tap Gesture (Interactive Watch Face) A tap can cause a sequence of visual changes, as though the user is cycling through options for their watch face. A tap could be used to toggle between different states on a watch, such as the weather. A tap on your watch face could be used to reveal more information, such as a fitness graph. And lastly, a tap could be used to open a new activity, where the activity would slide in from the right side of the watch face. So simply put this feature open doors to interactive watch faces, which according to Google has already acquired the help of developers to develop these type of watch faces. Together The second major feature to come with the new update is the ability to send messages, stickers, emojis, and doodles to other Android Wear devices. So, watch to watch communication is the next big step for Android Wear watches. Though in this case it seems Apple already has a one up on Android Wear as their Apple watch can send heartbeats and doodles to other Apple Watches. That is what we have so far on things to come for Android Wear, we will surely keep you updated as soon as more news develops. So, what are your thoughts on interactive watch faces and watch to watch communication? Do let us know in our comments section below....

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