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Samsung Galaxy S10 announcement and OnePlus 6T

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‘Samsung Galaxy S10 design leaked: this is what the flagship looks like’

Images of the Galaxy S10 already appeared, now an official render has appeared showing the design of the smartphone. Particularly striking is the large screen, which has much thinner edges than in the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9 and almost completely front-filling. At the bottom is a small edge, while the front camera is processed into a ‘hole’ in the upper right corner. At the back we see a triple camera, which probably involves a regular lens, one to make optical zoom possible and a camera with an extra wide lens. The fingerprint scanner is missing here, as it is reportedly processed in the screen.

We can expect this next year from Honor

Honor entered the Dutch market in 2014 as a subsidiary brand of Huawei, with a focus on online sales and a younger target group. For four years, the manufacturer sold cheaper smartphones that looked a lot like Huawei models, with the same EMUI software and almost identical specifications. That apparently did not go according to Huawei’s wish, because early this year Honor withdrew from the Netherlands. However, the manufacturer promised to return soon with new devices. The first part of that comeback took place in November with the launch of the first new smartphone, the midrange Honor 8X .

McLaren version OnePlus 6T officially unveiled: much faster charging


OnePlus previously released special editions of its smartphones and is now working with McLaren. The result is the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, a device with an orange color and slightly different finish than existing models of the smartphone. More importantly, the McLaren version is equipped with Warp Charge 30. This is a new fast charging technology from OnePlus that allows the phone to be full enough after just 20 minutes to use it all day long. Another improvement is that there is no less than 10 GB of memory available.

‘Samsung presents Galaxy S10 on February 20, release on March 8 “

Gizmodo UK has spoken with an employee of a large British retail chain who is aware of Samsung’s plans. The South Korean company will unveil the S10 trio on 20 February 2019 at its own Unpacked event. This is a few days before the start of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, one of the largest smart phone fairs in the world. Immediately after the presentation you can order the Galaxy S10. More

Google+ gets deleted sooner after second data breach


Originally, Google+ would be scrapped in August 2019, but in a blog post, Google will let you know that date is slightly moving forward. This decision was made after it appeared that the data of 52.5 million users were clear to others due to a bug. In November, Google released a small update for Google+ to prepare the technology behind the social network at the end. In addition, some adjustments were made to the API, with which developers could request more user data than appropriate.

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