Google will reportedly unveil the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL ‘Lite’ on Verizon in early 2019

2018 saw an overplus of leaks both physical renders and online reports about all the upcoming Google’s Pixel 3 flagship for the year. The Pixel 3 was constantly leaking – to the very end, and we ended up knowing everything there was to know – excluding some special features. By now, it’s known that Google upcoming products get leaked more often and accurately than others in the industry – this is not changing anytime soon.

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What to expect in the upcoming CES 2019

Now that it’s a few weeks to wind up 2018, the next big tech event will be on January 8th to 11th 2019 – the International Consumer Electronics Show, popularly abbreviated as CES. Its an annual tech event organized by the Consumer Technology Association and it will be held at Las Vegas. Here are some of the interesting topics that will grace the event come 2019;

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Everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy S10 so far

Next year is just around the corner and rumors about the next Samsung Galaxy flagship device; the Galaxy S10 are trickling in than usual. The S10 is rumored to be one of the finest Galaxy devices that will be a worthy competitor in the industry before the folding phone is launched. Here is everything we know about the Galaxy S10 at the moment;

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Using Google Duplex

Google’s verbal task artificial Intelligent chat agent is now available and working in some select places. With this human sounding AI technology, you can command your smartphone to make a reservation, and Google Assistant will carry out the task in a human nature kind of way. That’s it will call the restaurant, have a conversation with the employee and give results about the reservation besides reservations. With time, Google Duplex will also be able to make Salon appointments and call various businesses.

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Adios Headphone Jack; Samsung Galaxy S10

Samsung has been among the top defenders of the 3.5mm headphone jack, but just like Google, it’s about to follow Apple’s footsteps. The headphone feature always receives a spotlight whenever this giant tech company announces a new flagship device. Just like every manufacturer who gave in when the notch started trending, a recent device announcement shows that Samsung is also ditching the headphone jack. Good news, it isn’t yet known if the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 will miss the headphone jack feature.

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Galaxy A8s; Samsung’s first Infinity O display phone

In the Samsung Developer Conference 2018, Samsung announced new designs for its devices and one of them was the Infinity O display. It’s among the designs with notches, but this design features a circular cutout. Recently, Samsung surprised its consumers with the announcement of the Galaxy A8s device. This is a mid-range phone packed with high-end specs. This strategy is meant to address the competition from Chinese rivals. The surprise is that Samsung ditched the 3.5mm headphone jack on this device.

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Qualcomm’s ultrasonic fingerprint reader, maybe for the Galaxy S10

Although 5G was the main agenda in the recently completed Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit in Hawaii, Qualcomm also showcased something else. In preparation for 5G technology, Qualcomm announced its new processor, the Snapdragon 855 processor. What’s more interesting about the processor is that it uses the 3D Sonic sensor to read your fingerprint, what’s branded as an ultrasonic fingerprint. Essentially, it uses sound waves instead of optical sensors. Continue reading “Qualcomm’s ultrasonic fingerprint reader, maybe for the Galaxy S10”