The Honor 9 in a nutshell

A new Honor is on its way. The Huawei-made Honor 9 was announced on the 12th of June in China and we are expecting announcements to happen regionally around the world over the next few months. The smartphone looks to continue the Honor 8’s trend of tasty specs, good looks and an attractive price, however, no prices or release dates have been confirmed for the UK just yet. A 5.15–inch Full HD display with a default DCI-P3 colour space sits front and centre of the device. Honor’s favourite HiSilicon’s chipset, the Kirin 960, used in a couple…

The first image of the Honor 9 pops up as we look at what to expect next week

Easily on of the best phones of last year, the Honor 8 is due to be refreshed and we will learn of this in the next few days, on June 12th. In the meantime a photo of the retail box of the Honor 9 has popped up online and whilst the box is hardly terribly exciting, the inquisitive looking monkey has a reason to look somewhat perplexed, the watermark. In the lower left-hand corner we appear to have been treated to the first public image taken by the Honor 9’s camera array,…

An unconvincing leak of the OnePlus 5

Yesterday, OnePlus officially announced an event on June 20th for the announcement of their latest flagship phone, the OnePlus 5. However, soon after a little image of the OnePlus 5 leaked out for all to see. From the looks of things, the phone will be available in black, have some buttons on the sides and will carry the OnePlus logo. Like many other phones on the market recently, there are a few similarities with the latest iPhone. The dual cameras and flash might seem identical, however, this is the main problem we have with…

What we know of the OnePlus 5

CEO Pete Lau has recently confirmed the speculation regarding which processor we will find inside the OnePlus 5. We’re proud to announce the OnePlus 5 will feature the Snapdragon™ 835 processor, which sets the foundation for smooth, powerful, and efficient performance. So now we have a fuller picture of what are on the cards for the OnePlus 5. A phone due to feature a 5.5-inch FHD display, powered by the Snapdragon 835 SoC and rocking 6GB of RAM. OnePlus also confirmed it will be working with DxO Labs to make sure…

Intel Core I9 are due for release in July

Core i9 is somewhat of a unicorn in the tech industry. News and rumours appear every other day, the idea of the Intel’s Core i9 processor is fantastic and exciting. A new rumour has surfaced regarding the mythical i9 processor, and this one is quite substantial when compared to the rest. Recently some posts have appeared on the Anandtech forums. There is an image that shows the next generation of Intel processors. According to initial assessment and findings, this next generation of Intel Processors would be based on the LGA-2066 architecture. If…

The Moto GS and GS+ are on their way

There is little to be known about what Lenovo and Motorola are cooking up for the Moto lineup in 2017 and we will be seeing a resurrection of the Moto X brand with a mid-range device called the Moto X4. However, recently evleaks has given us another top tip! The upcoming Moto Z lineup, will be compatible with the Moto Mods currently on the market and, then the Moto X4 smartphone, with 5.5-inch Display with “3D Glass,” a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage, 3,800mAh Battery with Quick charge, a Metal…

OnePlus 5 outperforms the Galaxy S8+

There have been some speed readings from a very credible source, revealing the OnePlus 5 benchmark scorecard on GeekBench. The results show an impressive score of 1963 (single-core) and the massive 6687 score (multi-core), topping the GeekBench 4 list. By comparison, the Samsung Galaxy S8+ normally sees a score of  1978 (single-core) and the massive 6375 score (multi-core) and the LG G6 has a score of 1733 (single-core) and the massive 4209 score (multi-core.) From the screenshot, we also see that the 5 will come with Android 7.1.1 Nougat base…

Do Samsung plan a Dual camera after the Galaxy S8?

Recent rumours have suggested that the new Galaxy S8 would feature a dual camera, however, leaks from all corners of the net suggest Samsung is not going to be using a dual camera system with the upcoming Galaxy S8. However, that’s not to say they won’t include one on a Galaxy Note 8, should we see one later in the year. A new patent application filed by Samsung in South Korea has surfaced online today titled “Camera module-including multi-lens and electronic device having the same” seems to suggest that Samsung…

Man looking a watch means new Huawei Watch apparently

Huawei’s CEO Richard Yu recently posted this teaser, showing a man running and looking at a watch with a tagline of “Made for free spirits.” It possible the company may unveil a new smartwatch at MWC 2017. However, the company only recently unveiled its latest fitness tracker, the Huawei Fit, just before Christmas, so it’s unlikely that we’ll see its successor. However, due to the fitness nature of the teaser, we could see a new, lighter, version of the Huawei Watch. Much like the LG Watch Style with fitness tracking…

A Nokia 3310 comeback?

How times have changed. Nokia sold its entire mobile division to Microsoft in 2014 and now, much like BlackBerry, no longer manufactures its own devices. Today, Nokia is partnered with HMD Global, the Finnish manufacturer with the exclusive rights to use the Nokia brand for phones, and together may be launching some new Nokia devices at Mobile World Congress. HMD’s first Android-powered Nokia phone, the Nokia 6, is already available in China. VentureBeat recently reported that two more Android-powered phones would be revealed at MWC. These would likely be the Nokia 5…