Leaked Galaxy Buds Pro image reveals new rounded design

An image of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Buds Pro true wireless earbuds has leaked, thanks to noted leaker Evan Blass.





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You can see the apparent image of the headphones at the top of this post. They look to have a more rounded shape than the Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Buds Plus. Here’s an image of what the Galaxy Buds Plus look like, for comparison:



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Blass also posted a render that apparently shows the case for the Galaxy Buds Pro — a render looks similar to a diagram of the case found in recent FCC filings for the Galaxy Buds Pro. Instead of the more oblong shape of the case for the Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Buds Plus, the case for the Galaxy Buds Pro looks to be more of a square with rounded corners, like the one for Samsung’s bean-shaped Galaxy Buds

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‘Genshin Impact’ Expanded Map Leaked

KEY POINTS

  • “Genshin Impact” will receive more updates in the future
  • A leaker shared an image of the game’s alleged expanded map which features new locations
  • These locations will be available via future updates, the leaker says

A new “Genshin Impact” leak may have revealed the popular game’s huge map that will be made available to players in the future.

A prominent “Genshin Impact” leaker who goes by the name “NEP NEP Genshin Impact Leaks” recently shared, via Twitter, an image of the game’s expanded map. The leaked map is way bigger than the one currently available to all users and gives a glimpse at the many things the game has in store for players.

“Genshin Impact” developer miHoYo promised that it will release a slew of new content for players in the near future, Comicbook reported. While the devs did not divulge any details regarding these updates, it appears

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OnePlus 9 features leaked; smartphone tipped to come with Snapdragon 875 processor, 144Hz display





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OnePlus 8T was launched only a month ago and we might already know what the next OnePlus smartphone will look like. The Chinese smartphone maker has reportedly started working on its next device – the OnePlus 9 – which has been spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking website. The alleged OnePlus 9 model appears with model number LuBan LE2117 on the benchmarking website.  

Going by company’s past, the smartphone will be launched alongside OnePlus 9 Pro. At least one of these smartphones will be powered by a processor codenamed ‘lahaina’. The flagship OnePlus series usually uses Qualcomm’s latest 800 series chipset and for the OnePlus 9 it could be the Snapdragon 875 that the chipmaker is expected to announce in December via a virtual event due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

The benchmarking site also reveals that this OnePlus 9 model will come with 8GB RAM. Geekbench

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This leaked icon may show what Apple’s rumored over-ear headphones look like

Apple has been rumored to be working on new over-ear headphones for years, and we might have just gotten a vague idea of what they look like, thanks to an icon found in the first developer beta for iOS 14.3 by 9to5Mac. You can see the icon at the top of this post.

And here’s another look at the icon, apparently from a video in the Find My app in the beta found by MacRumors contributing writer Steve Moser.

The video shows a magnifying glass hovering over the icon of the headphones. Interestingly, the magnifying glass also passes over a backpack and a suitcase, which would be ideal places to store Apple’s

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Coral Reproduction Being Disrupted By Experimental Ship Fuel Leaked In Mauritius

As controversy continues to surround the experimental ship oil that was spilled across 125 square kilometers of Mauritius’ coral lagoons this August, new evidence is emerging of the long term impacts from this oil.

There are fears that this type of oil could cause irreversible damage to Mauritius delicate coral reefs, critical for most of the island’s biodiversity, artisanal fishing communities, tourism as well as coastal

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Samsung Galaxy M12/F12 leaked, could pack 7,000mAh battery

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  • Samsung is reportedly working on a phone with a 7,000mAh battery.
  • The phone could be called the Galaxy M12 or Galaxy F12.

Samsung has revealed several budget phones with huge batteries in the past 12 months, offering capacities of 5,000mAh or even 6,000mAh. This size means two-day endurance should be easily achievable, depending on your activity and the rest of the spec sheet.

Now, it looks like Samsung is upping the ante even more as 91mobiles reports the firm is working on a budget phone packing a 7,000mAh battery. In other words, this battery is bigger than some of the company’s tablets, like the Galaxy Tab Active 3 and Galaxy Tab A 8.4.

The battery size means that we can likely expect two or even three days of juice, making it ideal if you spend plenty of time away from a charger or power bank.

91mobiles also obtained images apparently

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TCL world’s first rollable smartphone leaked in a video

The Chinese company TCL has started talking about rollable smartphones at the beginning of the year, at the January CES 2020. Now a video has appeared on the network showing a prototype of such a smartphone.

TCL world’s first rollable smartphone leaked in a video

A short video shows how a smartphone with a 4.5″ screen can stretch up to 6.7 inches without significantly increasing the thickness of the device.

TCL is developing a technology based on flexible backing OLED screens. The manufacturer said that at the moment such screens can be collapsed and expanded 200 thousand times.

At IFA, the Chinese manufacturer announced that it does not plan to bring devices with such a screen to the market until the end of 2020. However, Ross Young, Founder and Lead Analyst at DisplaySearch and DSCC, commented on the video, noting that there is a “race” with the release of such

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Samsung Galaxy S21+ design renders leaked with new camera module



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Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus display

Samsung is gearing up to launch the Galaxy S21 series in few months from now. The launch is expected to happen early next year. And now, we have our first glimpses at the design renders of the Galaxy S21+. The visual comes via My Smart Price, which has got access to design renders of the phone, with its new camera module at the back. We have already got our first look at the design of the Galaxy S21 and the S21 Ultra. So, it’s likely the company will launch three variants yet again.

The image below clearly shows a change in stance with regards to design. The curved screen makes way for a flatter one, which will most likely please quite a few of you. The dimensions are expected to be different as well. The Galaxy S21+ could sport smaller size

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