Do Samsung plan a Dual camera after the Galaxy S8?

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

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?

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…

Samsung to drop Android for Tizen?

Samsung to drop Android for Tizen?

There has been talk of this for a long time, however it would seem Samsung is aiming to use its own ecosystem rather than Google’s. Android has been a staple of Samsung’s phone since they abandoned Windows Mobile with the Samsung Galaxy in 2009 and has seen nothing but success. However, Samsung have always taken Android and heavily renovated the operating system to encompass much more. Samsung are not simply huffing with Google or making a spur of the moment decision. Tizen has proved to be pretty popular, over 64 million devices…

iMessage could hit Android

iMessage could hit Android

Google has taken their time to develop a popular messaging system, tearing up the old and starting again on the odd occasion. With their latest attempts Duo and Allo currently in Pre-register stages this is time for a messaging client to strike and steal the show. Apple are rumoured to be  announcing iMessage encrypted text messaging is to be coming to Android users at WWDC next Monday at WWDC 2016, according to a source close to Apple. The source states keynotes and the timing of the announcement could change closer to the time, however the…

Samsung Galaxy X to feature a foldable 4K display

Samsung Galaxy X to feature a foldable 4K display

We have heard rumours over the last few years that claim Samsung have been working on a foldable phone. We have seen images of flexible screens is all shapes and sizes. However it sounds like Samsung might be bringing this angle to the market in 2017.  The latest rumour comes from the site Weibo in China. According to the sources, Samsung will release five flagships in 2017. Four of them are the standard launches: Galaxy S8, S8 Edge, Galaxy Note 7, and Note 7 Edge. A fifth device is being called “Galaxy X,” and it…