iPhone 9 / iPhone SE

Apple, Samsung and Moto deals are available right now on Amazon.com

Deals. We got our usual set of Amazon deals to start the week off, starting with the Google Pixel 4 which is $131, leaving the 64GB variant for $667 shipped. The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is $150 off, which means you can get the 128GB variant for $700 shipped. Finally, the Apple Watch Series 5 40mm GPS + Cellular variant is $50 off, leaving it at $450. Buy Apple Watch Series 5 Buy Samsung Galaxy S10+ Buy Google Pixel 4 Buy Google Pixel 4 Buy Sony WF-1000XM3

TCL 10 Pro brings a 64MP camera and curved AMOLED display for under $500

TCL just unveiled a new lineup of phones which we saw back at CES, the 10L, 10 5G and 10 Pro. Focusing on the Pro variant, it packs a 6.47in FHD+ curved AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 675 SoC, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of expandable storage and a 4500 mAh battery. We get a quad camera system which consists of a 64MP main sensor, a 16MP wide angle, a 5MP macro lens and a 2MP depth sensor. We should expect all three of these in Q2 and the Pro will start at  $449, they will be available in North America, Europe, Australia and the UK.

Google Pixel Buds 2 again listed for pre-order ahead of Spring 2020 release

Google promised that the Pixel Buds 2 would be available by the Spring but… they’re still not out yet. However, a third party retailer called Abt had them listed for pre-orders again, but they have been removed. The listing looked like the real deal as it offered high quality images in different angles and has the accurate description of all the features. The price tag is still set to $179 but no shipping dates were listed, but it at means we’re close to a launch date with Spring finishing soon. 9to5Google claims that we may get them by the end of April or the beginning of May.

LG could present a new series on May 15 to replace its G lineup

We heard last week that LG might be giving up on the G lineup and rebranding it to something different. According to a Korean report, LG had a briefing in Korea for the replacement lineup where they revealed that it will be launched on May 15th. They also revealed that it will bring 5G and it will be powered by the Snapdragon 7 series which will allow them to give it a more aggressive price tag. The report also mentions rumors of the original G line coming back but the rumored price tag for this new phone is around the $720 mark.

The new iPhone 9 or iPhone SE is showing up everywhere

We got a ton of new leaks of the iPhone SE or iPhone 9, the name is still confusing as some websites list it as iPhone SE and some as 9. For starters, it was listed on a Chinese e-tailer called JD where not much information was revealed besides the fact that it doesn’t bring 5G and it uses a lightning connector. Verizon also listed it in their trade-in program right next to the Galaxy S10 and the rest of the older iPhones. Finally, it also appeared on Apple’s website under the Apple Care+ purchase option which will cost you $129.

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iOS 14’s updated wallpaper settings panel allegedly leaked

According to 9to5Mac, Apple is working on finally… FINALLY bringing widgets on to iOS 14. The feature is reportedly called ‘Avocado’ and it might get scratched but it would bring new widgets that can move freely on the iPhone and iPad display. At the moment we don’t have any other details about it but we do have some new wallpapers that were posted to Twitter which will be customizable, letting you change it between dark, dim and blurred options. We’re expecting to see this, whenever WWDC happens. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/pocketnowsub http://pocketnow.com Follow us: http://flipboard.com/@Pocketnow http://facebook.com/pocketnow http://twitter.com/pocketnow http://google.com/+pocketnow
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