Galaxy Note10 Unpacked event

Apple’s latest AirPods from $145, with wireless case $180

Deals. Amazon currently has the new AirPods for $145 shipped with the regular charging case, if you want the one with wireless charging it is still on sale with them for $180.

It looks like Sony might launch the Xperia 2 at IFA. According to a UAProf file that mentions Sony devices with model number J8210 (the Xperia 1’s model was J8110) and J8010. The codenames are Sphinx and Horus and both bring 5G modems, apparently J8010 will be the flagship as the screen resolution matches the Xperia 1’s.

LG G8S ThinQ announced, gets an additional third camera

Alleged Huawei Mate 30 Pro back panel suggests new camera arrangement

Story of the day:

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Unpacked event scheduled for August 7

Samsung just sent out press invitations for their Unpacked Event that will happen on August 7 in New York City. The video invite features an S Pen that draws a camera which could mean the added camera on the Note 10 Plus or a camera on the S Pen that has been in the rumor mill.


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