Oppo patents a smartphone design with side pop-up camera
Oppo has registered a new patent with the CNIPA (China National Intellectual Property Administration) for a smartphone with side pop-up camera.
The rear view of the device reveals a setup of dual cameras.
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- Vivo patents a smartphone design with four punch-hole display cameras
- Xiaomi patents two new design: Horizontal Sliding phone and vertical folding popup camera phone
- Xiaomi foldable smartphone with pop-up camera
- Xiaomi Patents Vertical Foldable Phone Design With Dual cameras
- Xiaomi patents a smartphone design for dual selfie cameras in the corners
- Samsung patented a phone with Triple punch-hole selfie camera
- Lenovo patent shows flexible smartphone design
- LG patents a smartphone that folds up like a tri-fold wallet
- Xiaomi patents a smartphone design with punch-hole display camera
- LG patents a smartphone design with In-display camera
- ZTE patents slider phone design with dual selfie cameras
- Xiaomi Receives Patent for Four Rear Cameras with a slider design
- LG punch hole display design leaked through Turk patent
- ZTE's New Patent Hints At Dual Punch-Hole Selfie Camera
- Xiaomi patents a smartphone with triple selfie camera
- Vivo patents two new design, one featuring a double reverse notch
- LG Patents a smartphone with a Triple Front camera
- Huawei Y5 2019 leaked poster revealed 13MP back camera and other specs
- Huawei Y5 2019 key specs and render leaked
- Oppo Reno (CPH1917) certified in Taiwan, coming with 8GB RAM and 256GB ROM
- Motorola One Vision battery leaked through Anatel
- OnePlus 7 New Colours
- Sony Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus Render
- LG K12 Leaked
- LG’s New Patent Reveals a Design with Water Drop Notch
- Nokia 1 Plus Name Confirmed, May Hit The Market Sooner Than Expected.
- Nokia 1 plus render and key specs leaked
- Moto G7 battery details leaked
- Oppo A7 live images spotted
- Samsung W2019 display and battery specs leaked
- Mi Mix 3 Models get certified by 3C in China
- Possible Moto G7 (XT1955-4) Spotted on EEC
- Red Coloured Mi 8 Youth Edition Spotted on TENAA
- UAProf sheet reveals screen specs of Huawei Y9 (2019)
Vivo has registered a patent with the CNIPA (China National Intellectual Property Administration) for a smartphone with four punch-hole display cameras.
The rear view of the device reveals a setup of triple cameras.
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Xiaomi patents two new design: Horizontal Sliding phone and vertical folding popup camera phone
Patent 1: Horizontal Sliding phone:
As per the Chinese patent agency CNIPA, Xiaomi patents a smartphone design for sliding phone which could be expanded horizontally. Phone will sport two front and rear cameras.
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Xiaomi has granted a patent from CNIPA for a vertical folding smartphone with dual front cameras.
The rear view of the device reveals a setup of dual cameras and secondary display.
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Xiaomi has received a patent with CNIPA (China National Intellectual Property Administration) for a smartphone with dual under the display cameras, creating a full-screen design, without a notch or punch hole in the screen.
The images were used by BEIJING XIAOMI MOBILE SOFTWARE CO., LTD. in a design patent that was applied for at the Hague International Design System. It contains data regarding new international registrations, renewals, and modifications affecting existing international registrations. The database is managed by the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office).
Samsung patented a phone with Triple punch-hole selfie camera
Samsung has registered a patent with the Korea Intellectual Property Office (KR) for a smartphone with triple punch-hole display cameras.
The diagram shows a smartphone with a back that resembles the two rear-facing cameras.
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Lenovo has granted a patent from the Chinese agency CNIPA for flexible smartphone design. As per the diagrams, the phone could be bend and worn on the wrist.
LG patents a smartphone that folds up like a tri-fold wallet
LG has granted a patent from CNIPA for a smartphone that folds up like a tri-fold wallet.
See the following screenshot for details:
Xiaomi patents a smartphone design with punch-hole display camera
The rear view of the device reveals a setup of dual cameras and fingerprint scanner.
LG patents a smartphone design with In-display camera
LG has patented a smartphone with a camera under the display, creating a full-screen design, without a notch or punch hole in the screen.
However, the rear panel of the device reveals a setup of three cameras.
See below screenshots for details
Lenovo patents slider phone design
Lenovo has been granted the patents for two slide phone designs from CNIPA:
ZTE patents slider phone design with dual selfie cameras
The patent diagram reveals that the phone will sport two front cameras which will be hidden behind the display and are only revealed when the top slider is moved down. However, the rear panel of the device reveals a setup of two cameras and fingerprint sensor.
Here you can find the full detail of the patents.
Xiaomi Receives Patent for Four Rear Cameras with a slider design
The diagram shows a smartphone with a back that resembles the four rear-facing cameras. However, the front of the device reveals a setup with two front-facing cameras in slider design.
Another patent from CNIPA reveals a unique notch design with two front-facing cameras. However, it resembles 3 rear cameras.
The highly anticipated successor to the Oppo Find X, most probably called the Oppo Find Y after the name was trademarked in June, has just shown up in a leaked Chinese patent. Let’s just say the camera looks interesting…
LG punch-hole display design leaked through Turk patent
LG has granted a patent from Turk patent for a smartphone with a punch-hole display camera in the front.
The rear view of the device reveals a setup of three cameras.
Check the following screenshot for details:
ZTE’s New Patent Hints At Dual Punch-Hole Selfie Camera
ZTE has been granted a new patent from the CNIPA for a smartphone with dual punch hole selfie cameras.
Xiaomi patents a smartphone with triple selfie camera
Xiaomi has received a patent from CNIPA for a smartphone with three front-facing cameras, for what may be the latest innovation from the struggling mobile phone manufacturer.
The diagram shows a smartphone with a back that resembles the two rear-facing cameras. However, the front of the device reveals a setup with three front-facing cameras within the display notch.
Another patent from CNIPA reveals new wireless charger design
Vivo patents two new design, one featuring a double reverse notch
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo patents two designs with CNIPA. The patents were published on May 14, 2019.
Phone with a double reverse notch
Phone with a very unique unobtrusive notch design
Huawei patents smartphone design without a notch
Huawei has received a patent with CNIPA (China National Intellectual Property Administration) for a smartphone without a notch but totally different design.
Here you can find the full detail of the Huawei new patent.
Xiaomi Patents a Slider Phone Design with Triple Selfie Cameras
Xiaomi has filed a patent with CNIPA (China National Intellectual Property Administration) for a smartphone with a sliding mechanism with a triple selfie camera set-up.
Another patent shows two front-facing cameras available on a weird-looking inverted notch.
LG Patents a smartphone with a Triple Front camera
The images were used by LG Electronics in a design patent that was applied for at the Hague International Design System. It contains data regarding new international registrations, renewals, and modifications affecting existing international registrations. The database is managed by the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office).
Huawei Y5 2019 leaked poster revealed 13MP back camera and other specs
As per official poster, Huawei Y5 2019 will be available with Android Pie and EMUI 9 interface, which will be displayed on a 5.71-inch screen with an aspect ratio of 19: 9.
On the rear, the panel will be covered with plastic imitating leather, a single main camera with 13MP resolution will be available, and using the front-facing shooter it will be possible to unlock the smartphone.
Huawei Y5 2019 key specs and render leaked
Huawei Y5 2019 will run Android 9. Other specs include a MediaTek MT6761 chipset, 2GB RAM and a screen resolution of 720×1520 pixels.
Oppo Patents A Smartphone With Slider Design And Dual Front-facing Cameras
Motorola One Vision battery leaked through Anatel
The Motorola One Vision is the most awaited flagship device of Motorola. We have already heard many rumours about the phone. Recently, the National Telecommunications Agency in Brazil has confirmed the Motorola One Vision play will be available with 3290 battery in a leaked document.
OnePlus 7 New Colours
LG K12 Leaked
LG K12+ will probably be announced at MWC2019 and it will run Android 8.1.Other specs include a MediaTek MT6762 chipset, 3GB RAM and a screen resolution of 720×1440 pixels.
LG’s New Patent Reveals a Design with Water Drop Notch
LG has been granted a patent for a smartphone with a Waterdrop Notch display by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).
The new patent was filed by A Korean corporation “LG ELECTRONICS INC.” in April this year and was published by the EUIPO on January 18, 2019. The patent shows a water drop notch to house the front camera inside the frame of the device.
One of 2018’s most well-received and popular feature in smartphones, it is needless to point out that the notch is here to stay and evolve. LG is aiming to evolve faster than its competitors. One of the most significant problems with the feature in its existing format is cutting into the screen space (look at the latest OnePlus 6T and Apple devices, and you will know what we mean!) LG is taking a step to resolve this by concealing the notch behind the front camera.
After brands like Apple, Vivo, Huawei, OnePlus and Honor have dominated the market with the same feature, this simple tactic can go a long way in earning LG a new unique selling point. More so, since the feature is in a nascent stage and still evolving, it would be interesting to see how things pan out for LG. Will it deliver the impact inexperience as LG believes, or not, only time will tell.
Nokia 1 Plus Name Confirmed, May Hit The Market Sooner Than Expected.
Nokia, the long-lost market leader, made its entry into the global market with a wide range of Android devices in 2018. And in 2019, with the Nokia 1 Plus, they seem to be zeroing in on the audience with a diverse portfolio.
Now, it is confirmed that Nokia 1’s successor will be officially launched as “Nokia 1 Plus” as it has been listed under Google Play supported devices that only hits towards an imminent launch.
However, it would not have any significant upgrades over its predecessor but will carry the standard features available including Bluetooth connectivity, Wi-fi, dual nano-sim support with 480×960 resolution.
After Microsoft repurchased Nokia in 2016 and introduced Microsoft OS based Lumia devices, the software was not received well both by the wider community. Hopefully, Android 9 Pie provides the much needed pick me up for the company and helps the brand establish itself back in the world of mobile devices.
Nokia 1 plus render and key specs leaked
The Nokia 1 is getting an upgrade to the Nokia 1 Plus and we are delighted to show you this leaked render. We’re able to bring this leak exclusively and we definitely like what we see considering it is a low-end smartphone. The screen resolution and the inner configuration certainly looks promising.
Powered with Android 9, following are some key features reported by the website:
- RAM: 1024 MB; Available memory: 889 MB
- Screen size: 480 x 960
- System on Chip: Mediatek MT6739WW
- GPU: Imagination Tech PowerVR GE8100 (570 MHz)
- 213 DPI
- CPU: 4x ARM Cortex-A53 (1500 MHz)
Nevertheless, the dual nano-sim, connectivity features (the standard GPS, Wifi, micro-USB, and Bluetooth) along with the sensors available in Nokia 1 will be available on Nokia 1 Plus too.
Nokia, once one of the top names in the mobile market, made a comeback into the industry after facing a huge backlash from their audience due to the Microsoft-based OS. In 2019, they are looking at expanding their product portfolio, rolling out hardware updates for the existing phones.
No reports have confirmed the dates for the official unveiling of the phone yet. The details around the price point and camera specifications have not been revealed either. In the advent of the iPhones and Android phones with multiple smart features, Nokia is currently trying to find a strong footing in the industry. Hopefully, Nokia 1 Plus will allow them to capture and retain the budget smartphone audience. Sadly, as it stands the only Nokia phone people would be able to name if you asked the person the street would be the 3310 from yesteryear when pay as you go vouchers and Snake were the cutting edge of the mobile world. Will that change? We hope so, more competition is always a good thing.
Moto G7 battery details leaked
As per the recent leak on FCC, XT1965 is reported to be the model number of the upcoming Moto G7 smartphone. The FCC listing has revealed a couple of snippets of information about the phone, including details of the chipset, RAM and storage space. Along with this, the FCC page also revealed the battery details of the phone.
According to the FCC listing, the Moto X1965-2 will sport a battery, carrying a model name – JG40.
Digging deeper about the details, it was found that the Moto G7 carrying a model number XT1965-2 will pack a 2820 mAh battery under the hood. The information was confirmed on Anatel. It is probable that the Moto G7 might retail with a 3,000 mAh battery.
The same XT1965-2 has been certified on Anatel as well. Apart from XT1965-2, a couple of other variants of the phone with model numbers – XT1965-1, XT1965-3, X1965-4 and XT1965-6 have already been spotted on FCC.
XT1965-2 also been certified on Anatel.
The Moto G7 will be powered by Snapdragon 660 chipset coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Another leak revealed that the phone will sport a dual rear camera setup housed in a circular module. The phone will support NFC connectivity. The device measures 156.86 x 75.4 mm.
Oppo A7 live images spotted
Oppo is gearing up to unveil its new mid-range device in the smartphone world. Just few hours back, the Oppo A7, which had been listed on TENAA, was spotted with its first official render image.
Now, a couple of real images of the Oppo A7 have surfaced. Spotted on the NCC as CPH 1903, the live images are identical to all previous speculations surrounding the Oppo A7. The device is expected to be launched soon.
The Oppo A7 has already been spotted on several certification sites, including EEC. The Oppo smartphone has been reported to flaunt a 6.2-inch HD+ IPS LCD display, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 chipset. The device will come with 3/4 GB RAM and 32 GB storage space. As shown in the live images, the phone will have a dual camera set up on the back carrying 13-megapixel and 2-megapixel. A 16-megapixel selfie camera will be present. Running on Android v8.1 (Oreo), the phone will pack a 4,100 mAh battery.
Samsung W2019 display and battery specs leaked
After appearing on TENAA and receiving Bluetooth certification in the past, the Samsung’s upcoming flip smartphone, W2019 has been spotted again. This time, the leaked document of the phone reveals battery, display size and dimensions of the phone. The page is not available at the moment as it has been removed by TENAA.
As per the leaked information, Samsung W2019 will have a 4.2-inch dual screen, same as seen in Samsung W2018. Earlier reports confirmed that the phone will have a dual rear camera setup. Dimension-wise, the phone will measure 132.9×63.2×17.3mm.
Another major feature of the upcoming device that has been leaked is its battery capacity. The Samsung W2019 will pack a 3000 mAh battery.
Codenamed as Project Lykan, the phone will retain its old design with two screens and T9 keyboard. The leaked images of the phone showed a Bixby button placed on the left side of the upper flip panel, while the volume rocker and power keys on the right side.
Inside, it is expected that the Samsung flip phone will be powered by Snapdragon 845 chipset coupled with 6GB of RAM. However, this detail is still under wraps.