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A new device from OPPO with model numbers PBCM10 PBCM30 has passed TENAA today rumoured to be the Oppo K1. Following the clearance, we now have it’s design, specs and features listed on the Chinese regulator’s website. Take a look at that listing below.
As per the listing, the OPPO K1 features a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with the resolutions of 2340 x 1080p. The CPU is listed simply as a 1.95GHz chipset and the device has 4GB of RAM with 128GB of onboard storage. Furthermore, the handset is mentioned running Android 8.1 Oreo. One of these versions has 6GB of RAM as well.
As for the camera department, there’s a dual rear setup of 16MP + 2MP and a 25MP sensor on the front of the phone. It has a 3,500mAh battery and the mentioned dimensions are – 158.3×75.5×7.4 (mm).
As you can see in the images, this OPPO K1 is likely sporting a water-drop notch on the front as the central position of the camera suggests. Also, the rear does not possess a fingerprint reader which means this model will probably have an on-screen reader for sure. Colours are Red, Blue, and Silver but you can see the gradient shade in the image quite clearly.
In recent times, there has been a lot of fuss regarding the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Max 3. This smartphone has passed through FCC, TENAA and some of its features have been speculated. From previous reports, this phablet is scheduled to arrive in July and it is expected to continue the legacy of the Max lineup with a huge battery and large display. The screen of the Xiaomi Mi Max 3 was surprisingly listed on AliExpress for $65.00 and from the appearance, this phablet will use a notchless full-screen design with an aspect ratio of 18:9. However, the forehead and the chin are not entirely thin.
According to its recent TENAA listing, the Xiaomi Mi Max 3 will be equipped with a 6.9-inch Full HD+ LCD screen with a display resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels and it should be powered by a Snapdragon 710 SoC clocking 1.8GHz coupled with 3GB/4GB/6GB of RAM and multiple memory options (probably 32 GB/64GB/128GB). It is expected that this phablet will run on Android 8.1 Oreo operating system out-of-the-box and its lights will be kept on by a 5400 mAh battery. Rumors have it that this device will sell for 1699 Yuan ($258).
It is worth mentioning that Lei Jun recently displayed the box of Xiaomi Mi Max 3 on Weibo. The size of the box is not small. It adopts the white minimalist style that Xiaomi currently focuses on, and has a large “3” on the outside.
Guinness World Records (GWR) is a reference book published annually, listing world records both of human achievements and the extremes of the natural world, which packs full of the world’s grossest, smelliest, weirdest and noisiest records. It receives over 50,000 record applications a year and the latest one is coming from the Ulefone brand concerning their latest big battery phone Ulefone Power 5.
And why they think it should be in a record book? Well according to Ulefone it’s verified and approved that the Power 5 should be the current top smartphone with the highest battery capacity. After all it packs huge 13.000 mAh battery and could offer up to 7 days of endurance on a single charge. And to quickly recharge it you can use the super fast 5V/5A charging or use the 10W wireless charging for more convenience.
Aside from the big battery capacity, the Power 5 also offers some quite solid specs. Fueled by MTK6763 octa-core processor (aka Helio P23) coupled with 6GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, the Power 5 should deliver a pretty smooth, fast and energy-efficient overall performance. Display will be a 6-inch one with FHD+ resolution and oon the back of the device you can see the leather-like finish for quite a good grip feeling.
Camera-wise the Power 5 is coming with a Sony 21MP+5MP dual rear camera combo and 13MP+5MP selfie duo. The rear sensors should be also equipped with the OIS to eliminate the hand shake issues. The phone will also be sporting facial recognition tech, side-mounted fingerprint scanner, hardware shortcut special key and the Android 8.1 Oreo as OS.
The Ulefone fan festival event is still under way so check it out to have a chance of winning some free coupons and wireless chargers. For more details about the event, please head over to the official activity webpage. Presales for the Power 5 are supposed to start on April 24th and there there should be some special deals available, so stay tuned for our next update!
UMIDIGI just released pretty much all the info we needed to know about the upcoming UMIDIGI A1 Pro. If you were waiting for a really interesting budget phone then stick around to learn more about this device!
So, let’s begin with the internals, which is what most of you guys are probably interested in. The UMIDIGI A2 Pro is set to arrive with the new MediaTek MT6739 SoC along with 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage (expandable). The handset will feature what we can call an averagely sized 5.5-inch SHARP display sporting an 18:9 aspect ratio and HD+ resolution.
Camera wise, we’re getting a 13MP+5MP rear combo with F/2.0 aperture that should take advantage of the more advanced CPU for dual camera setups, meanwhile on the front we find a 5MP selfie shooter.
Other specs include a good sized (for the form factor) 3150mAh capacity battery which supports 5V2A quick charge and can be filled via the USB Type-C port at the bottom. Finally, the smartphone will be running Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.
After a long wait of almost three months, LineageOS 15.1 based on Android 8.1 Oreo is finally out. Of course, this is great news as LineageOS is one of the highest used custom ROMs being the spiritual successor of CyanogenMod. The new version that was teased in December currently doesn’t support many devices but we’re likely to see additions soon. Currently, many devices are not eligible for the new version due to lack of support for a working HAL1 camera recorder. But we’re told that they’re working on it.
LineageOS 15.1 comes with some great new features apart from the already neat ones tucked in Android 8.1. Of course, this is not the complete list.For a full run-down of features watch this video below.
Users can now select light and dark UI and custom accent colours. A new Automagic feature changes themes automatically suited to your wallpapers
Trebuchet Launcher now supports icon packs and adaptive icons. Camera app has a built-in QR Code scanner.
Nightlies of the new build will begin from Monday (February 26). Here are the devices that are supported right now.
Google Nexus 6P – angler
Google Nexus 5X – bullhead
LeEco Le Pro3 / Le Pro3 Elite – zl1
OnePlus 3 / 3T – oneplus3
OnePlus 5 – cheeseburger
OnePlus 5T – dumpling
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 Wi-Fi (2016) – gts210vewifi
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 Wi-Fi (2016) – gts28vewifi
Xiaomi Mi 5 – gemini
Xiaomi Mi 5S – capricorn
Xiaomi Mi 5S Plus – natrium
For more info, visit the LineageOS page.
- Lineage OS 151 based on Android 81 Oreo is finally here
- LineageOS 151
- Android 81 Oreo
- Android 81
- Android Oreo
- Trebuchet Launcher
- QR Code scanner
- QR Code
- Google Nexus 6P
- Google Nexus 5X
- LeEco Le Pro3
- LeEco Le Pro3 Elite
- OnePlus 3
- OnePlus 3T
- OnePlus 5
- OnePlus 5T
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
- Xiaomi Mi 5
- Xiaomi Mi 5S
- Xiaomi Mi 5S Plus
The Nokia 3 Oreo beta update is “right around the corner,” according to HMD Global Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas. Sarvikas made the comments in a tweet published the weekend, only a few days after the launch of the Nokia 8 Oreo beta. Specific details regarding the rollout haven’t yet been announced, though we know it will arrive through HMD Global’s dedicated Beta Labs program. We’ll keep an eye out for more in the coming days.
Sarvikas also mentioned that the Nokia 2—which currently runs Android 7.1.1—would be upgraded directly to Android 8.1 Oreo, skipping version 8.0. This, he said, was so that the Nokia 2 could take advantage of 8.1’s “memory optimization features,” seeing as it’s a 1 GB RAM device. The update had previously been confirmed by Sarvikas in a separate tweet.
HMD Global has taken a proactive approach to updates, both in terms of delivery times and communication. It acted quickly to roll out initial 8.0 Oreo updates and has followed up with 8.1 betas while other, bigger OEMs are still to deliver the original software to major flagships. Not bad work from a company that’s only just entering its second generation of products.