Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite battery may be bigger than Galaxy S10’s

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite could be a brand new model in the S10 lineup, if the rumours are true. The S10 Lite was spotted on Geekbench a few days ago, where we learned some key specs about the phone such as a Snapdragon 855 SoC, 8GB of RAM and Android 10. The Galaxy S10 Lite has now reportedly been certified in Brazil by Anatel and the website has also revealed that the phone will house a 4,370mAh battery. If the certification site lists a Samsung phone with model number SM-G770F,…

Read More

iPhone 11 is more popular than iPhone XR, Apple may increase its production

Slowly and steadily Apple is getting back in the competition. The credit for the increase in sales goes to the “affordable” iPhone series that the company introduced last year. Last year Apple launched the iPhone XR. This year the Cupertino major launched the follow-up device and called it the iPhone 11. The iPhone 11 series — iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro launched in September this year. Out of the three iPhones, the iPhone 11 has received high demand across the globe including India. The reason for…

Read More

British Samsung Galaxy S10 prices leak, Lite will be cheaper than the Galaxy S9

We’ve been hearing a lot about the Samsung Galaxy S10 lately, but one key detail has been elusive so far – the price. Insider info coming out of the UK makes it sound more than reasonable. In fact, the introductory S10 will be a good £70 cheaper than last year’s Galaxy S9, which launched at £740. However, the fully loaded S10 will cost more twice as much as the base model. Here’s a handy table with the reported prices (not confirmed by Samsung, of course). We’ve also converted them to…

Read More

Lines for the OnePlus 6T were longer than the ones for the iPhones, says T-Mobile

People are buying what OnePlus and T-Mobile are selling – the lines for the OnePlus 6T in front of the carrier’s stores were longer than those for the new iPhones (according to a T-Mo employee quoted by Business Insider). T-Mobile stores are currently the only place in the world where you can buy a 6T, but that’s not why the carrier has the best deal on the new flagship. By trading in an eligible phone (the list is quite long and even includes the original OnePlus One) you get $300…

Read More