Oppo F7 will come in two versions – F7 and F7 Youth – with a 25MP selfie cam

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Oppo is refreshing the F-series with the F7, which will come in two models – F7 (with a more premium 128GB version) and the F7 Youth, which should have some deductions from the main F7 here and there and a lower price. Judging by the leaked poster below both models will share a 25MP selfie camera with AI features. We’re expecting the Oppo F7 to look similar to the Oppo R15 with a 19:9 notched screen that stretches all the way to the top. Source

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PUBG Mobile: Timi Studio Vs Lightspeed & Quantum Studio Versions, What’s The Difference?

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Microsoft now taking pre-orders for its versions of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+

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Remember when Microsoft sold a “Microsoft Edition” of the Samsung Galaxy S8 last year? It looks like the company will be doing the same with the Galaxy S9 this year.

Microsoft is now taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The phones are being sold unlocked, with the former being priced at $ 719.99 and the latter at $ 839.99.

These Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ units are the same as the ones you’d get if you buy from Samsung, at least when it comes to hardware. What’s different is that when a Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ from Microsoft is connected to Wi-Fi, it’ll download a suite of Microsoft-made Android apps.

Specifically, Trusted Reviews says that these phones will download Cortana, Excel, Skype, OneNote, PowerPoint, Word, and Microsoft Launcher.

Both the S9 and S9+ from Microsoft are slated to launch on March 16, alongside the other variants of the devices. If you’re interested in them, you can get up to $ 350 in credit when you trade in an eligible smartphone in a Microsoft store and buy a Galaxy S9 or S9+.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are sure to be two of the biggest smartphones of 2018, and Microsoft knows this. It’s using them as a way to get more people to try its various services. The good news is that these models are mostly identical to the ones that you’d get from Samsung, including their prices, so this is another way for consumers interested in an unlocked S9 or S9+ to buy one, which probably makes Samsung happy.

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Spotify blocks pirated versions of its app

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Let’s face it, pirating apps for their services is still a reality and likely will be for a while. In fact, pirating an app is not as difficult as you’d think. It’s especially easy on Android – find a modified version of the official app and log in using your free account, the modification would trick the system into thinking the account is a premium one. Spotify has known it had some pirating offenders for a while now. But it chose to leave them for a while until recently when users have been receiving emails saying that there has been “abnormal activity” on the app they were using and…

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Snap Inc. is doubling down on its losses, looks to ship two new versions of Spectacles in 2018 and 2019

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Oh, Snap. Read that in a voice filled with pity and bewilderment to get the tone here, because the company behind Snapchat is apparently pushing more of its chips into the financial black hole that is its Spectacles. Yes, Snap Inc. is on tilt and has plans for not one, but two new pairs of its eyewear despite lukewarm interest for the first version of the product.

According to Cheddar, Snap is aiming to release the second generation of Spectacles this fall.

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Snapchat Reportedly Doubling Down on Spectacles With Two New Versions in the Works

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In late 2016, Snapchat launched its first consumer product with the Spectacles, a pair of glasses that came equipped with a small camera that could record video clips from a first-person perspective and upload them to a Story on the iOS and Android Snapchat app. Although the company ultimately took a $40 million loss on the Spectacles, a new report from live news show Cheddar today claims that Snapchat is doubling down on the product and is working on two new versions of Spectacles.

Specifically, a second generation model is said to be coming as soon as this fall and is “currently being manufactured,” according to people familiar with the company’s plans. This model will be water resistant, have bug fixes, performance improvements, and new color options, but otherwise won’t have any “dramatic changes.”


After that model debuts, Snapchat is planning “a more ambitious version” for 2019 that is described as featuring an all-new design, built-in GPS, two camera lenses, and more advanced camera technology within each lens to fuel “3D-like depth effects in videos.” While the first Spectacles ran for $130, the third generation pair could cost up to $300.

Notably, both versions could also feature augmented reality abilities and potentially compete with the “Apple Glasses,” if that product becomes reality.

Snap intends for future versions of Spectacles to incorporate AR capabilities, like integration with Snapchat’s virtual Bitmoji avatars and animated lenses. Nearly every major tech company, from Apple to Facebook, is working on similar AR eyewear.

Snap CEO Evan Spiegel has said publicly that selling hardware will be an important part of his business in roughly a decade. People familiar with his thinking said that he sees augmented reality, or the overlaying of virtual objects onto the physical world, as the next paradigm shift in personal computing.

In addition to the news of potential updates to Spectacles, Snapchat is also now rumored to be holding conversations with major glasses companies like Luxottica and Warby Parker. This could lead to Snapchat licensing out its Spectacles-based camera technology to other companies, so that users could buy more traditional looking glasses and still have access to frames that connect to their Snapchat.

Apple is rumored to be entering the smart glasses field, although the company’s product at this point in the rumor cycle is described as focusing mainly on augmented reality and not taking images or recording video. Still, the product is said to be in early experimental stages and could change as Apple tries to determine the “most compelling application.” In January, Apple representatives reportedly met with suppliers who make the type of parts required to power such AR “Apple Glasses,” which could launch by 2020.

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LG will unveil 2018 versions of the K8 and K10 at MWC

LG will be unveiling 2018 editions of its K8 and K10 midrange smartphones at the MWC which kicks off this weekend in Barcelona. Both of these models are planned to roll out in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Last year, LG announced its K10 (2017) at CES. However, this year’s it didn’t happen at CES 2018. The decision to announce it at MWC is one that makes more sense considering that the US isn’t a major market for LG’s midrange smartphones. LG says its K10 smartphones will have quicker focus speeds thanks to Phase-detection autofocus, and improved noise reduction in…

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Third watchOS 4.3 developer beta available alongside iOS 11.3 and macOS 10.13.4 public test versions

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Apple has issued the third developer’s beta test version of watchOS 4.3, and has released public beta test versions of iOS 11.3, and macOS High Sierra 10.13.4.
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How to download old versions of apps from the App Store on an older iPhone or iPad that can’t run iOS 11

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Apple hasn’t totally left old iPad owners behind. In addition to still signing the last iOS releases for those devices, you can still download software for them — assuming you know where to look.
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