But with this imaging startup's heavy focus on software-driven results, perhaps we'll see fewer than 16 cameras on this phone.
The partnership involves some money and a whole bunch of infrastructural changes to Magic Leap's road to commercialization.
The 2016-founded KaiOS Technologies has managed to secure a high-profile Google investment to accelerate the growth of the "smart feature phone" OS.
If you thought HMD Global was busy lately releasing Nokia-branded smartphones around the world, you should buckle up for an even more "aggressive" expansion over the next few months.
The Chinese tech manufacturer is now expected to offer a huge chunk of itself to investors. And by the sounds of it, those investors may want even more.
But the Chinese tech company's modus operandi has always been to operate on low margins, so unless the IPO enables Xiaomi to grow to great heights, don't expect much sway here.
LG figures it's worth the cost and the space at its new campus in Seoul to dedicate a team to software updates for its products like its smartphones.
JDI's biggest client is Apple and, depending on how this year's iPhones will sell, these moves could leave the company in a lurch.
The company reports in a government filing that CEO Daniel Ek is eligible to sell nearly 16 million of those shares alone.
New data from another lawsuit has been allowed to be part of the basis of this new lawsuit claiming that BlackBerry misrepresented sales prospects of BlackBerry 10 OS phones.
The music streaming company is asking individual investors who are looking more for growth than profits to look into getting shares.
In fact, the company plans to spend that much annually on up to two dozen internet and software startups each year for the next five.
The government investing arm, Solidium, has increased its stake in the domestically-based company to 3.3 percent and could look for more.
The company's known for creating tiny, highly dense OLED displays for viewfinding in military, medical and virtual reality scenarios.
Qualcomm is appealing to its shareholders to avoid any ballots from Broadcom, which is attempting a hostile takeover of its chipmaking competitor.
It has not gotten exactly what it wanted in US tax reform, particularly in repatriation costs. But it will go on ahead with plans to break ground and infuse money into domestic manufacturing.
The company may also shed a few of its day one investors with the listing. It could eventually put out stock within the first quarter.
Jia wants to work on an electric car-making joint venture in the United States, but the Chinese government wants to pull him back to pay his dues.
To avoid future Face ID production woes, Apple has set aside no less than $390 million for a new Finisar VCSEL manufacturing plant in Sherman, Texas.
The firm was founded inside Google and came out of it with $30 million in funding. As it prepares a game for the Harry Potter franchise, it grabs more.
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon are apparently all in for a unified authentication method to better and more efficiently verify user information.
The struggling Taiwanese tech company has been rumored to sell its Vive VR operation with the odd chance of the sale of its whole business.
Consumer sentiment surveys are abound and the investment firms are using them to gauge how they'll play Apple stock ahead of the iPhone 8 launch.