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    • Google may release a foldable Pixel by late 2021

      Google may release a foldable Pixel by late 2021

      A recently leaked internal Google document suggests that the company has marked the fourth quarter of next year for the release of a foldable Google Pixel phone, according to 9to5Google reports. The device, codenamed “Passport,” is said to be explicitly referred to as being “foldable,” and is included alongside a list of all Pixel devices going back to 2017’s Pixel 2.

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    • 5G phones to get a lot less expensive

      5G phones to get a lot less expensive

      5G phones are growing in popularity – and with the four iPhone 12 models set to come with 5G later this year, the technology will only grow more attractive. However, one of the biggest problems with 5G phones is that their price point tends to be set quite high. But that could all change with the latest announcement from Qualcomm, the leading chipset manufacturer.

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    • The Oppo Find X2 Pro is the next ultimate smartphone

      The Oppo Find X2 Pro is the next ultimate smartphone

      The Oppo Find X2 Pro's elegant design is just one of the main features of this luxurious looking smartphone. It has an impressive camera, impressive storage capacity, flagship power capabilities, and lightning-fast 5G connectivity. It also has a 120Hz refresh rate screen with slides and glides, plus charging speeds that clock in as the fastest in any flagship smartphone.

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    • Specs of Lenovo's first gaming smartphone have been leaked

      Specs of Lenovo's first gaming smartphone have been leaked

      Reports have shown that photos of Lenovo's first-ever gaming phone have been leaked online. As told by The Verge, a "trusted" anonymous source leaked unreleased material along with the specs for the new phone to XDA Developers. However, it is important to say there is no guarantee that all these details will reflect in the phone's final design.

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    • The Huawei P40 Series is official

      The Huawei P40 Series is official

      It's a troubling time for the smartphone industry in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, with trade shows and launch events being constantly canceled. For Huawei, however, it's even harder since its Android devices are still banned from using Google apps and services. With all that in mind, it might not be the best time to launch a range of new products, but that hasn't stopped the Chinese company from forging ahead with its latest flagship series.

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    • Lasting smartphones to reduce emissions in EU

      Lasting smartphones to reduce emissions in EU

      Extending the lifespan of smartphones by just one year would lead to a significant reduction of waste and greenhouse gases in the European Union, a report from environmental groups said on Wednesday, urging new EU rules to focus on the climate costs of manufacturing smartphones and other electronic appliances, instead of the efficiency of their power consumption, as is largely the case now.

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    • EU's satellite navigation system Galileo reaches 1bn smartphone users

      EU's satellite navigation system Galileo reaches 1bn smartphone users

      Galileo, Europe's satellite navigation system, will reach 1bn smartphone users worldwide on 10 September, EC press service reported. This milestone coincides with the 15th anniversary of the European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency (GSA), the Commission's key partner in operating Galileo. “I am confident that our space industry will continue to thrive with more work, ideas and investment under the new EU Space Programme,” Elzbieta Bienkowska, Commissioner for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs, said ahead of a special event at the GSA's headquarters in Prague.

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