Apple’s 10.5-inch iPad Air, Galaxy A90 and more devices on sale today
Deals. We have even more deals from B&H, starting off with the 10.5in iPad AirPad which is $180 off which leaves the 256GB variant for $599. The Samsung Galaxy A90 is also available for $450 which is a solid $300 discount for the 128GB variant. Moving on to Amazon, the Acer Predator Helios 300 gaming laptop is $330 off which means you can get it for $1,169. We also have deals on Sennheiser headphones and more.
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This is what a future Samsung Galaxy Note may look like
Samsung has not added the S-Pen to neither of their foldable smartphones but that might change according to this new patent. The patent was granted back in June and it shows a folding phone which has an ‘internal pen receiver’. The patent is also described as a ‘Foldable Galaxy Note’ so the Note might become a foldable or they might add foldables with the S-Pen to next year’s Note line up.
HUAWEI P40 Pro key specifications leaked by early product listing
We know that Huawei is planning to launch a Huawei P40 Pro Premium Edition this year, but the specs weren’t exactly clear yet. The phone just appeared on a South Korean retail website. The specs include a 6.7in 120Hz display, Kirin 990 5G SoC, 12GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage. On the camera department, it will bring a 52MP main sensor, a 40MP lens, an 8MP ultra wide lens, a 3D ToF sensor and a periscopic lens. At the front we should get a 32MP selfie shooter, and another ToF sensor. It will also bring a 5500 mAh battery that supports 50W charging.
Robert Downey Jr. spotted using OnePlus 8 Pro
Is OnePlus 8 series launching on April 15? New leak says so
The man himself, Michael Fisher, aka Robert Downey Jr was just spotted in the wild using a OnePlus 8 Pro. The picture was posted by director, Sam Jones and was taken down quickly but some people got to keep the image. The design still looks pretty much like the 7 Pro. We also have a new report that claims that we may see the device on April 15 but the OnePlus 8 Lite might be affected by the outbreak and will launch later.
Foxconn resumes production, but slow iPhone sales are expected
It seems that everything isn’t going so bad for Apple as Foxconn factories are going back to work in China and Vietnam. Foxconn says that they are exceeding expectations but the closure of factories made them lost $1.6B. Their main concern right now is that the market won’t buy as many iPhones as they normally would.
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Apple’s WWDC 2020 will be an online-only event this year over coronavirus fears
One of the events that wasn’t cancelled yet was WWDC. Well, Apple just sent out press invitations for an online-only event. The company stated that they decided to ‘create’ a new format due to the circumstances. The Event will happen in June, but Apple hasn’t announced a specific date yet. We are expecting to see iOS 14, new announcements on iPad OS, tvOS and we might also see the iPhone 9 as the March Event was reportedly cancelled.