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  1. Social media users are widely sharing "new designs" for Pakistani currency notes and are claiming that they will be rolled out soon
  2. Google will release the Pixel 6 later this year and the company revealed how the smartphone will look prior to the launch of the device. The search engine giant showed off the design of the new smartphone that kind of looks inspired by Daft Punk, a new chipset developed in-house and more. The smartphone has a slim black camera bar running through the width of the smartphone, similar to the visor on the Daft Punk helmets. © Google The company will be launching two models of the smartphone called the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro and have ended the “XL’ nomenclature to avoid confusion. Both models will be available in three colours each. The biggest change on the Pixel 6 series is the fact the smartphone will be powered by Google’s own Tensor chipset. The new chip has been rumoured for a whole that will be capable of running AI and ML models directly on the phone according to Google. Google also says that the new chip will help to improve the smartphone’s camera capabilities, speech recognition, and many other features. The Pixel 6 Pro will come with a triple camera setup at the rear while the Pixel 6 will come with a dual rear camera setup that will not have a telephoto sensor. Google also talked about the improved user experience on the Pixel 5 series thanks to the chipset. © Google As with previous Pixel devices, the 6 Series will also come with Google’s latest Android OS. It will come with Android 12 out of the box and have Material You UI design language. “The colours, the camera, the form, and what’s on the screen all work together in a single, fluid experience," Google said. Google also mentioned that thanks to the new Tensor chipset, the phone will have improved speech recognition and that the company has taken “big leaps" in voice command, translation, captioning, and dictation. So far that’s all we know about the Pixel 6 series by Google. While Google did announce the phone officially, the company did not share any further details. Pixel smartphones are known for their photography capabilities however the company did not share any image samples from the Pixel 6 as of now. © Google Google will be launching the Pixel 6 series later this year in the fall however we don’t know whether the smartphone will make its way to India at the moment. Google has been apprehensive at bringing flagship smartphones to the country however we have seen budget-friendly variants released in the past. View the full article
  3. Gauri Khan is a successful interior designer who has refurbished the abodes of celebrities with her style aesthetics. The 50-year-old designer has decked spaces of stars like Alia Bhatt's vanity and Ranbir Kapoor's Bandra Pali Hill Home. To not miss, she also designed her husband Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment office space. © Instagram/Gauri Khan © Instagram/Gauri Khan Gauri's studio named, Gauri Khan Designs, launched in 2017 while also being the co-owner and producer of Red Chillies Entertainment. Not just that, but she also stood 42nd in the list of 50 businesswomen in India, Fortune India. Her trademark is blending contemporary luxury with statement pieces, which reflects in most of her work. Case in point, when she redesigned Karan Johar's rooftop area and Jacqueline Fernandez's bedroom. © Instagram/Gauri Khan She is undoubtedly riding high in her career. Recently, she took to Instagram and spoke about her new project. She is currently designing Reliance's Jio World Centre. She posted several pictures of the interiors and wrote, "Cutting edge photorealistic, and other related digital 3 d render solutions #gaurikhandesings # design concepts #The jio world centre .. Reliance". © Instagram/Gauri Khan The ambience has a 3D effect to it and has a minimalist style. The glistening floor with transparent sliding doors is one of the features of the space. The area has ample seating with black marble and brown and white finishings. Furthermore, the seating arrangement looks classy as it has a round booth with curved chairs and grey cushions. A huge round-shaped chandelier is placed at the centre of the space. The walls have a subtle colour tone of pink and white with inset lighting. Check out more photos below. © Instagram/Gauri Khan © Instagram/Gauri Khan © Instagram/Gauri Khan Apart from this, Gauri also designed the Red Chillies Entertainment office amid the lockdown. The space has a perfect blend of both minimalist and maximalist themes. The colour palette is neutral, and the overall area is designed with black, white and grey hues. To add a more luxurious touch to it, she placed leather couches. On top, we see a black ceiling with a 3D structure. © Instagram/Gauri Khan She took to Instagram and wrote, "Amidst the masculine and minimalistic theme with a color palette of black, white and grey, Kerradeco gave me a wide range of options providing a tactile touch sensation. The innovative infratop ceiling system of VOX soffit promises extraordinary quality as well as reliability. A home away from home, creating a space that was comfortable yet that nurtured creativity. Designing the office with a huge outdoor space was an interesting challenge for me. The ease and comfort to attend virtual meetings as well as creatively brainstorming for future projects at his office at Red Chillies office was my topmost priority for him." For the unversed, Gauri Khan also wrote a book, called My Life Design. The book is visually appealing and is made for budding designers to understand the journey in the design world. She called the experience an "original and exciting story." What do you think of the interiors? Tell us in the comments below. View the full article
  4. The Apple Watch Series 7 is rumoured to get a similar design as the iPhone 12 series where it will feature flat edges. The new model is also expected to come in multiple colour options including a new green shade. Renders of the upcoming Apple Watch Series 7 were shared online showing what the next Apple Watch will eventually look like. © Jon Prosser_ Ian Zelbo Apple’s wearable hasn’t received a design refresh in years where the last redesign occurred in September 2018 with the launch of the Apple Watch Series 4. The leak comes from reliable tipster Jon Prosser who has accurately predicted the launch of the AirTags, iPhone 12, AirPods Max and various other Apple products in the past. He shared renders of the upcoming Apple Watch on his Youtube channel which is based on CAD files he obtained from his sources. The biggest notable change is the flat edge design. However, Prosser suggests the size of the screen may be similar to previous models. However, he did mention that Apple has been teasing screens with smaller bezels. © Jon Prosser_ Ian Zelbo Prosser has not revealed a codename for the upcoming Apple Watch and the leaked model could be an Apple Watch that might not launch this year. Having said that, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who has a great record for Apple rumours suggested earlier that a redesigned Apple Watch could be unveiled in 2021. He said at the time that he expects a “significant form factor design change would come with new Apple Watch models in 2H21 at the earliest.” © Youtube/TechBlood Apple is likely to launch the new iteration of the Apple Watch later this year alongside the iPhone launch in September. It would be interesting to see what new colours Apple might be experimenting with as well as Prosser claims Apple is working on a pastel green and a light blue option. View the full article
  5. The mainline of AirPods were in desperate need of a redesign and we finally may know what they will end up looking like. When it first launched it was mocked ruthlessly, however it soon became a cultural phenomenon before we got the AirPods Pro and Max. The original design of the AirPods remained unchanged even for version 2 of the device which only came with some hardware upgrades. However, if we go by some of the latest leaks, the AirPods 3 is going to sport a radical new design taking inspiration from the AirPods Pro. © Leaks Apple Pro Now, we know what the final product will actually look like as photos of the upcoming truly wireless earphones have surfaced online that more or less confirms the rumours. The leaked images come courtesy of LeaksApplePro on Twitter that shows the next AirPods will have a shorter stem and in-ear design as well. The main difference between the upcoming AirPods and the Pro is the fact there is no silicon tip. The charging case is also more or less reminiscent of the AirPods Pro’s charging case sporting a wider design. © Leaks Apple Pro These leaks also confirm previous rumours where it was claimed that the new AirPods will be a cheaper version of the AirPods Pro. The long iconic stem from the original AirPods have now been shortened and has a slight curve to it, similar to the AirPods Pro. Apart from the design change, the new AirPods are also rumoured to have new features such as spatial audio, Dolby Atmos support and possible active noise cancellation. The new AirPods will be closing the gap between itself and the AirPods Pro. Having said that, new rumours suggest that even the AirPods Pro are going to get a design refresh where it may just have a stem-less design. Apple is expected to host an event later this month and we have already speculated which five products the Cupertino giant will be launching. These include trackers, a new Apple TV, 2021 iPad Pro and other devices including the new AirPods. View the full article
  6. Carl Pei’s new ‘Nothing’ company has unveiled its first product i.e. the ‘Concept 1’ that is expected to launch later this summer. The new TWS earbuds' design was shown off in a render that highlights the key design aspects of the upcoming product. The earbuds have been designed by Tom Howard, the company’s design head who is also the vice head of design at ‘Teenage Engineering’. © Nothing Design Concept What’s confusing about the reveal is that it is not an actual product at the moment and isn’t something that Nothing will launch anytime soon. “The same designs principles will be followed and there will be similarities to Concept 1, the end product will look different,” according to a statement given to The Verge. © Nothing Design Concept Concept 1 however does look different from every other TWS that has launched in the recent past. Its marquee design feat being the transparent design for the casing of the TWS earbud that gives it a very raw look. The company says its design philosophy will focus on three aspects i.e. weightlessness, effortlessness, and timelessness. While the concept and the design inspiration sure does sound interesting, it would be more convincing if the company had an actual product that represents its claims. For now, we’ve only got a render to stare at which will serve as inspiration for the upcoming TWS earbuds design but will look different from the concept. Yeah, even we are wondering why the company chose to tease their design philosophy when they have nothing to show for it at the moment. However, it seems Nothing is quite optimistic of their product as they said, “These are the principles that have guided our product design over the past several months. We look forward to show you how this comes to life through our first products this summer. That’s when the fun starts.” View the full article
  7. POCO's M2 smartphone did exceptionally well in terms of sales. So the company decided to bring its successor to India today and it's called the POCO M3. This phone made its global debut back in November last year and it's the third device in the M-Series lineup. Here's everything you need to know about the phone before buying it. The POCO M3, as you can see, sports a distinct design with some quirky colors. The camera module at the back gives it a very refreshing look. On the front, the phone features a 6.53-inch IPS LCD with a waterdrop-style notch and support for FHD+ resolution. Presenting the all-new #POCOM3 with, -FHD+ Display -6GB RAM -6000mAh Battery, 18W Fast Charger -48MP AI triple camera -@qualcomm_in #Snapdragon 662 -Stereo Speakers Price: From ₹9,999* Sale: 9th Feb @ 12PM on @Flipkart. *Discount on ICICI Bank cards effective for 1st sale only. pic.twitter.com/go993fqRnN — POCO India #POCOM3 (@IndiaPOCO) February 2, 2021 As for the internals, the POCO M3 packs a Snapdragon 662 processor with up to 2.0GHz of clock speed and an Adreno 610 GPU. It's backed by 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 64GB / 128GB of UFS2.2 onboard storage. You can also expand the storage further up to 512GB. The phone also packs a massive 6,000 mAh battery inside with support for 18W fast charging. In terms of optics, the POCO M3 sports a triple camera setup on the back which includes a 48MP primary sensor with an f/1.2 aperture, a 2MP macro camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. On the front, there's an 8MP selfie shooter. The phone also comes with a USB-C port, a 3.5mm audio jack, stereo speakers, an IR Blaster, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner for authentication. On the software side of things, the POCO M3 runs on MIUI 12 (with POCO Launcher 2.0) based on Android 10. Pricing & Availability © POCO The POCO M3 has been launched in India for a starting price of Rs 10,999. You can also choose to buy the 6GB+128GB variant for Rs 11,999. The device will go on sale starting February 9 on Flipkart. It'll be available in three colours, i.e. Cool Blue, Power Black, and Poco Yellow. It'll be interesting to see how the POCO M3 will perform and compete against other devices in this price range. We'll have more to talk about on the phone soon, so stay tuned for more on POCO M3. View the full article
  8. Xiaomi has released its perfect competition to the OnePlus Nord in the form of the Mi10i and the smartphone ticks all the right boxes apart from a few caveats. The Mi 10i is India's first major smartphone launch of the year and with specifications that are perfect for the budget-conscious consumer. The phone is perfect for users who don't really need to buy a flagship phone but need all the bells and whistles. The Mi10i gets a lot of things right but also has some annoying characteristics that shouldn't be ignored. With a very competitive price and offering everything a consumer needs from a phone, the Mi10i is one smartphone you should definitely not ignore. Here's what I think about the Mi10i and how it fares against the competition. Design and Display When looking at the Mi10i, the first thought that will come to your mind is the fact that the phone is using a rehashed design. That's because you've seen it before in the form of the Poco F2 Pro in India and the Redmi Note 9 Pro from China. It uses the same template design with subtle changes such as changing the flash module placement and changing up the branding. It is yet another recycled phone from the factories of Xiaomi and looks as if it was literally picked up from the production line, and a few things were changed. If you can look beyond the fact that the Mi10i uses a recycled design, then this phone may just be for you. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla Having said that, I really do like the gradient colour of the Pacific Sunrise model where it uses hints of orange and blue at the back of the phone. It looks an awful lot like a cocktail I would buy at the beachside. It's refreshing to see Xiaomi experimenting with colours especially since the overall design hasn't changed much from the 2020 smartphone. At the back, the most prominent feature is the circular camera module that houses the four sensors. While the sensors have been changed from the aforementioned Xiaomi models, the overall look is largely the same. Similar to the Poco F2 Pro, the phone also has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor on the power button. In my personal preference, I prefer this form of biometric security over an in-display fingerprint sensor as it is more secure and convenient to use. The index finger or your thumb naturally sits on the power button depending on which hand you use to operate the phone. The Mi 10i is also quite heavy as compared to other devices by the company which can be attributed to the massive battery. Apart from the refreshed design, the sheer weight of the phone is the only aspect that was bothersome. Your hand eventually gets used to the weight of the phone, however if you were hoping for a light phone, the Mi 10i doesn't fit the bill. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The overall design surely feels more premium than other phones in the same category. In fact, the Mi 10i feels more premium than the OnePlus Nord as it does not use polycarbonate material. It feels like a solid device to hold that is more akin to the Xiaomi Mi 10. The display on the Xiaomi Mi10i is also surprisingly better than my experience on the OnePlus Nord. I would anyway prefer a high-grade IPS LCD panel over a cheap Super AMOLED display which is used in the OnePlus Nord. The clarity is better and the brightness level isn't too far from each other. IPS LCD displays are often misconstrued to be “inferior” to Super AMOLED displays but that is not entirely true. A very good IPS LCD display similar to what you find in gaming monitors can be better than cheap sAMOLED displays. That is the case with the Mi10i here as the IPS LCD display on the Mi 10i offers a more consistent experience than the OnePlus's Nord's display. The Mi 10i uses a 6.67-inch display that has a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels and an aspect ratio of 20:9. The panel also has a refresh rate of 120Hz that should result in a smoother browsing and faster gaming experience. Having said that, it seems like the current build of MiUI is not as well optimised as I would have liked it to be. Also, no major game supports up to 120 FPS in their games right now which is a bummer. Having said that, the higher refresh might come handy in the future, once competitive games start supporting it. Surprisingly enough, the display also supports HDR10 and HDR10+ content which results in a better viewing experience when using apps like Netflix, Prime Video and other OTT apps. Camera © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The Mi 10i has been outfitted with a 108MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, 2MP depth sensor and a 2MP macro lens. In my time with the phone, I do have to say the camera performance is quite good for the price. My reference being the OnePlus Nord, it is definitely better than the competition. Having said that, I would have wished it to take slighter clearer pictures in the default mode but it's still good enough to be shared on social media. To be fair, it has been quite overcast in Delhi for the past week which isn't ideal for testing a phone's camera but it was still quite impressive. The camera can also hold its own when it comes to night mode and does not struggle at capturing images like the OnePlus Nord. The phone was able to capture accurate colours and plenty of detail even though there wasn't much light in the room. Sometimes the colours can be off but it's not that bothersome. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla We do have to mention that a camera update was supposed to be rolled out in time for the review. Since the review unit has not received the update yet, it is prudent to mention these images were captured based on the camera build-out of the box. The update might improve the camera performance even further, however we can only know that once the update has been issued. Xiaomi reassures the update will roll out before the sale of the phone and we shall update our review if needed. The other lenses such as the depth sensor also manage to capture portrait images with impressive accuracy. Xiaomi does use software manipulation to detect edges better after clicking the image which doesn't really have a problem with. It is far better than any OnePlus phone's portrait mode. The Mi10i can also capture video up to 4K resolution but it can only capture 4K resolution at 30 frames per second. Here are some camera samples straight out of the phone: Performance The Xiaomi Mi 10i is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 750G chipset and comes coupled with either 6GB or 8GB of RAM. In my experience, the phone was quite stable to use and was extremely smooth at handling apps we use daily. The phone is also incredibly optimised for battery life which is quite rare to see during the initial launch period. In our testing, the Mi10i also fared well when it came to playing games. We tested games like Genshin Impact that have many assets since it is an open-world RPG. The phone handled the game well most of the time, apart from times when there were too many enemies on the screen. There were slight frame rate drops which is quite normal for a chipset of this calibre. In competitive games such as League of Legends: Wild Rift where there aren't as many assets to handle, the game ran buttery smooth. There were no major frame rate drops and it handled competitive matches with flying colours. For people interested in benchmark scores, the Mi10i managed to score 657 (single-core) and 2016 (multi-core) which is surprisingly higher than the OnePlus Nord if you go by the figures from our review. In our 3DMark test, the phone scored 2763 in the Sling Shot Extreme test which is not at par with the OnePlus Nord. That seems about right since the OnePlus Nord's Snapdragon 765G SoC has a slightly more powerful GPU which is also 10% faster. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla We mentioned before that the Mi 10i is quite well optimised for battery life which is quite impressive since the phone has a 120Hz refresh rate panel. The phone easily lasted for more than a day on a single charge thanks to its massive 4820mAh battery. The battery can also be fast-charged at 33W using a capable Power Delivery charger. The Final Say When considering everything the Mi10i offers, it's the perfect alternative to the OnePlus Nord. The phone surpasses the competition when it comes to camera performance, build quality and price. If you can look beyond the recycled design of the phone, the Mi10i is a great smartphone to consider in 2021. View the full article
  9. Concept phones are a great way to showcase what a particular company is cooking behind the scenes and what we can expect from them in the future. It's totally understandable getting excited about concept phones, but it goes without saying that you may never see that concept phone in reality. But we love checking out some cool concept phones because it at least tells us that the manufacturers are still putting in some effort to bring new innovations. And that's exactly why we're so pumped to see the new concept design from Oppo. Oppo has showcased a new concept device called the "slide-phone". It's working with a Japanese design studio nendo to put out this wild triple-hinge design concept. Here, take a look - Today, we’re showcasing two new design concepts produced in collaboration with leading Japanese design studio, nendo. First, is the ‘slide-phone’, which features a triple-hinge foldable screen system. #OPPOxnendo pic.twitter.com/r6YNrc2EmP — OPPO (@oppo) December 14, 2020 As you can see, this concept phone has three hinges that allow it to get a triple fold. The phone essentially transforms into a small pocketable device that's very easy to carry. Sliding up one fold reveals 40mm of the screen and the second fold will reveal an 80mm screen. It eventually opens up to become this phone with a tall form factor that somewhat reminds us of the infamous iPhone meme from the past. This one - © Twitter It's just a random meme generated by the users back when iPhone X had come out. It was basically to mock Apple to show how their phones are getting bigger and we'll eventually reach this tall device in a few years. As is the case with most concept phones, there's no release date, timelines, or any commitments. Heck, we don't even know if there's a working prototype yet but it's an innovative step that we're super excited about. If not this, we'll at least be getting something very close to the concept as a finished product. Source: Oppo View the full article
  10. POCO managed to shake the market with its first offering, the POCO F1, after which it went on hiatus. The company did bounce back with a couple of phones in 2020 and is looking to keep the momentum going with a new device. We're looking at leaked renders of the POCO M3 that expected to land in Europe on November 24. POCO hasn't revealed anything about this phone yet, but we do have our very first look at the phone and some specs. Before we discuss the phone's specs, here's a quick look at the leaked render - © 91Mobiles As you can see, the phone has a very different design from what we've seen with their other offerings. In fact, the POCO M3 looks very similar to the recently released OnePlus 8T Cyberpunk edition phone. Here, check it out - © OnePlus Of course, there are some differences between the two but there's no denying that it looks, well, quite "inspired". The camera module, as you can see, stretches across the width of the phone horizontally. There's POCO branding there, which looks very modern. The render also shows the phone in some bright colors and we're really excited to check them out in person. Although it looks like the design was inspired by OnePlus 8T Cyberpunk edition, we do like what we see here. On the front, there's a waterdrop notch to house the selfie camera and at the back, there's a triple camera system. As for the specs, the phone is expected to sport a 6.53-inch FHD+ Dot Drop display and it's said to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC. Sadly, that's all we know about the specs for now, but we'll have more to talk about once it goes official in Europe. Source: 91Mobiles View the full article
  11. It's no surprise that other smartphone companies take inspiration from Apple’s latest iPhone and usually launch a smartphone that looks similar, right after. However, Huawei didn’t waste any time this time around and launched a new smartphone that looks almost identical to the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro. It's called the Nova 8 SE and the smartphone officially launched in China today morning. Images of the smartphone were uploaded online showing off the design of the phone right after the launch. © Weibo The phone in question has the same square box-like design as the iPhone 12 and even has the identical camera module design at the back of the phone. The square-shaped camera module has four cameras and includes subtle changes such as switching the volume rocker placement to the ride side of the phone. In fact, if you ignore the logo, many would simply confuse the phone with the iPhone 12 Series just by looking at the back of the phone. © Apple Having said that, the front of the phone is where the design differs the most. The Nova 8 SE does come with a 6.53-inch Full HD+ OLED display with a 60Hz refresh rate, however instead of the notch, the phone has a front-facing camera at the top middle of the display. At the back, the camera module has a 64MP primary sensor, an 8MP secondary sensor and two 2MP sensors. The front-facing camera has a 16MP sensor for selfies and videos. © Weibo The new smartphone is powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 720 chipset and runs Android 10 out of the box. Yet another model is expected to be launched that will be powered by Mediatek’s Dimensity 800U SoC. © Huawei While the phone seems like yet another run-of-the-mill Android device, it’s striking resemblance to the iPhone 12 Series is what caught everyone’s eyes. The new phone’s body is also expected to be lighter and thinner than its predecessor. What do you think of Huawei’s new phone and its striking resemblance to the iPhone 12? Let us know in the comments if you would consider getting this phone if it launches in India. View the full article
  12. The tweet went viral on the micro-blogging website and was even featured by MKBHD in his YouTube video. In fact, the monochrome design of the iOS app icons and widgets would be a good fit for many iPhone users which has resulted in the combined earning of $100,000 or Rs 73 Lakh in under a week for the designer. Current iOS 14 home screen setup. pic.twitter.com/gtFjRnMkq7 — Traf (@traf) September 20, 2020 Traff, the designer, shared his experience on his blog titled “6 Figures in 6 Day” where he tells his story of quickly packaging the icons and making them available to buy on the App Store after his tweet went viral. In fact, he reveals, he made Rs 73 Lakh from just the tweets itself since it received over a million impressions and thousands of retweets. © YouTube/MKBHD This package of icons is probably the cleanest we’ve seen yet which sort of adheres to iOS’s clean design philosophy as well. Plenty of other icons and widgets we’ve seen on the internet are often bold, bright or even amusing, however none look as professional and minimalistic as Traff’s creations. The icons are being sold on the App Store for $28 and it comes with 120 custom icons that can be used on the iPhone and iPad. It has an icon for almost every app such as Twitter, Spotify, Facebook and more. You can even choose from four different colour themes such as black, slate, cobalt, and white. More icons are also being constantly added, but we did not see if there is a way to request icons designs for particular apps as well. While the tweet featuring the icons went viral, Traff says it truly took off when tech blogger MKBHD featured the icons in his video. MKBHD also linked the icons in the description section which led to the icon pack blowing up on the App Store. "The next thing I knew, I was making $28 what felt like every 28 seconds," Traff says. "My phone turned into the ultimate dopamine dispenser (if it wasn't already). I had to disable notifications.” Do you have a great icon design you would like to sell for iPhones? Why not give it a hand and see if you can also earn over Rs 73 lakh in just one week. You never know, it may just go viral like Taff’s design. Source: Traff View the full article
  13. Mobile phones were not what they used to be back in the day. With very limited features and availability, it's safe to say that it wasn't a saturated market like it is today. It also encouraged a lot of manufacturers to come up with different, bold, and unique designs for their phones. Well, some of them were better than the others, of course. But we recently came across some very weird looking phones that made us wonder why do they even exist. On top of that, they turned out to be super expensive too. So, here are 5 ugly yet expensive phones - 1. Siemens Xelibri 6 © Siemens This particular phone was announced back in 2003. As you can see, it was targeted at women. The phone, well, it looks like a makeup case and sports two mirrors for makeup on the go. The keys were weirdly placed and the screen was just too small. Also, a version of this phone was priced at a whopping $300,000, which is absolutely insane. 2. Motorola StarTac Rainbow © YouTube/Nathan Barnatt Umm, this one looks like a kid's phone that you'd get for free, doesn't it? Yes, some people are into lively colours, but this legit looks like a toy rather than a phone. It looks super cheap but it was launched at over $1,000 back in the day. For the same price, you'd now get an iPhone 11 Pro. 3. F88 Wrist Phone © Ideaholic Do we even have to say anything after looking at this? So, it's a phone that you wear on your wrist and it's got a number pad that's integrated into the strap. There's also an antenna on the top. It was launched at around 8,888Yuan which roughly translates to around Rs 96,000. 4. Goldvish Le Million © YouTube/Goldvish Le Million We featured this phone in our list of the most expensive phones too, but just look at it. It looks very fancy with all the crystals, but isn't it ugly? Why would anyone in their right minds use it today? It was valued at $1.3 million, so there was clearly something about it that made people go crazy. 5. Motorola V100 © Motorola Last but not the least, we have the Motorola V100. It's not the first time we're seeing a design like this, but it's definitely the first time we're seeing a phone with this design. It looks like a toy calculator with a QWERTY keyboard that's uncomfortable to type. It also had a transparent body that made it looks worse. View the full article
  14. The iPhone 12 Pro is turning out to be a great smartphone, if we go by the latest leaks, as the company is planning to overhaul the design of the smartphone. The notch design of the upcoming iPhone was leaked on Twitter and it shows that the notch is finally getting smaller, thanks to Apple moving some components around. © Apple Insider Jon Prosser, the Apple insider who leaked accurate information of iPhone SE 2020âs launch has now taken to Twitter to reveal more details about the iPhone 12 Pro or whatever Apple decides to call it. The notch has now been moved to the top bezel of the phone and not at the centre of the notch, giving Apple the freedom to shrink down the size. Here you go, internet. pic.twitter.com/REfSw28KSX â Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) April 20, 2020 In fact, Prosser tweeted an image with detailed hardware changes in the notch and also clarified that the microphone is embedded in the speaker itself. While many iPhone fans have wanted a notch-free design, it seems like Apple is going to stick with the design for now. Apple apparently does not want to drop FaceID on flagship iPhones and the TrueDepth 3D sensor that is essential for facial recognition security. © Twitter/Jon Prosser A smaller notch is still an upgrade where the display gets more real-estate but the biggest upgrade also comes in the form of the display quality. The iPhone 12 Pro is rumoured to feature a 120Hz refresh rate display which has been used on the iPad Pro, previously. Even the design of the phone is expected to change as it is rumoured to have flatter sides and a thinner body. There have been rumours that the iPhone 12 will have a similar design as the classic iPhone 4. © Twitter/pro-technizio-concept In terms of the camera setup, the iPhone 12 Pro is expected to have a LiDAR depth sensor similar to the new iPad Pro and a new 5G modem for better connectivity. The smartphone will also be powered by Appleâs most powerful chipset yet i.e, the A14 Bionic SoC. Thereâs no word when the new iPhones are expected to launch but there is a good chance the launch of the phones will be delayed to October this year. Apple usually launches new iPhones every September, however, with the COVID-19 situation, we can expect the launch to be delayed as it is extended testing periods for the upcoming phone. Source: Jon Prosser View the full article
  15. Sony finally decided to give us a glimpse of the PS5 hardware starting with the new DualSense controller. In case you missed it, you can learn everything about it right here. As you can see, Sony has redesigned the controller and it now looks a little different from the DualShock controllers that we're used to. Depending on whether or not you liked the previous controllers, you probably have a strong opinion about this one. Well, the controller has been getting some mixed reactions, but a lot of people don't seem to like it all that much. And of course, they've made memes on it. Here are some of the hilarious ones that we could find on the internet. Lol when xbox controller meets the new #PS5 controller pic.twitter.com/2sR4NwcC25 â WolFDââ ï¸ (@WolfDb12) April 7, 2020We don't think they care Sony: âHere is the new #DualSense PS5 Controller!!â Us: âIt looks like an Xbox controller.â Sony: pic.twitter.com/wfn7LfmqKX â insecure Al (@insecure_al) April 7, 2020 Is this how they made it? How Sony made the PS5 Dualsense controller pic.twitter.com/HLlHAOX57y â Pixelbuster (@Nitomatta) April 7, 2020 Hahaha pic.twitter.com/T2t8p2D1Kj â Devañte Walker (@DevanteWalker3) April 7, 2020 No way The PS5 DualSense Controller Looks Like Teeth of a Carnivore pic.twitter.com/rSDj1HURH1 â Video Game Humour (@VGHumour) April 8, 2020 Cannot be unseen now. Itâs been seen and cannot be unseen...#PS5 #DualSense pic.twitter.com/xrfYwQUwCW â ð¹ððð ð¸ðððððð (@JackIreland_200) April 8, 2020 View the full article
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