Lenovo Legion Tablet leaked (gaming tablet with an 8 inch display)

Gaming smartphones have been a thing for a few years, typically packing high-end specs and special features including enhanced cooling, display, and touch latency into a smartphone-sized package. Now it looks like Lenovo is planning to do the same for tablets. A Lenovo Legion Tablet may be coming soon. Details...
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Surprise! Galaxy Note 8, Pixel 2 and Other Upcoming Flagships May Come With Snapdragon 836

It seems that our guesses regarding many upcoming flagships may be slightly off the mark. If Chinese publication ITHome is to be believed then Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Google Pixel 2 and some other upcoming devices as well (may be Nokia 9 too) are expected to come not with Snapdragon 835 but Snapdragon 836 SoC, which is due for the next month release. If this happens, Galaxy Note 8 will be the first device to release with the latest chipset, and Pixel 2 or Nokia 9 may be second depending on which one comes first.
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Realme Watch T1 gets BIS certification, India launch imminent

On October 19, Realme has introduced the Realme Watch T1, which is the brand’s first smartwatch launching in mainland China, Realme Watch T1 is introduced with the cost of 699 Yuan which is around 110 USD, and an introductory price of 599 Yuan, around 93 USD on the company’s official website.
PC Gamer

New Chinese GPUs with up to 10 TFLOPs announced

When it comes to discrete graphics cards for gaming, it’s a market traditionally dominated by Nvidia and AMD, even when third party partners are making the cards. It’s such a complete stronghold that our best of list is just a constant back and forth between the two brands. It makes sense, as there really aren’t any other options for most customers until Intel gets its Xe act together.

HUAWEI Watch GT2/2e add support for third-party apps

Huawei announced the support for third-party applications on its smartwatch at the end of February 2021. The HUAWEI Watch GT2 Pro was the first wearable from the company to get this feature. Now, months later, the less expensive HUAWEI Watch GT2 and the HUAWEI Watch GT2e are now finally getting this feature via the latest firmware builds.

Samsung to increase usage of Exynos chips to reduce dependency on third-party suppliers

Samsung Electronics, the world’s leading smartphone manufacturers, is also on the list of a handful of companies that makes their own chips. Unlike Apple, Samsung also uses chips from companies like Qualcomm and MediaTek as well, along with its own Exynos SoC. So far, the majority of the Samsung phones...

Motorola Edge S30 Transformers Edition appears in renders before launch

Last week, Motorola announced 5 smartphones. One of them was Moto G200. This device is expected to go official as Motorola Edge S30 in China. Ahead of it, the parent company Lenovo accidentally reveals a Transformers Edition of the handset. Lenovo is offering discounts on almost all of its smartphone...

Refurbished HUAWEI premium smartphones on sale in China

Huawei has started selling certified refurbished premium smartphones on its official online store in China. Hence, interested customers can now buy high-end HUAWEI devices at reduced price tags. The company has currently listed 8 models for sale. As Huawei’s smartphone business is in trouble, the company is doing everything it...

TCL shows off 32-inch 4K@240Hz LCD, 75-inch 8K@265Hz Mini LED TV

What just happened? Gamers today no longer have to choose between a monitor with a high refresh rate or a 4K resolution, thanks to the several 4K@144Hz options on the market. Now, TCL has demoed a display for those who want something even faster: a 32-inch 4K gaming display with a 240Hz refresh rate. Not good enough? How about a 75-inch 8K Mini LED TV with a 265Hz refresh rate.

Meizu mblu 10 appears on TENAA revealing key specs

Meizu’s Mblu brand is expected to launch its first smartphone in over 3 years dubbed as mblu 10 in the coming days. Recently, the company confirmed that this device will be targeting the ¥1,500 ($235) price segment. Ahead of its official announcement, the handset now gets certified by TENAA revealing some of its specs.
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TCL Demos 32-inch 4K 240Hz LCD, Teases 75-inch 8K 265Hz MLED TV

The ideal monitor or televisions feature high resolutions, high refresh rates, huge diagonal sizes, accurate colors and good contrast. Separately, all of these features have been available for a while, but today there are very few devices that actually bring them all together. At an event in China, TCL demonstrated a rather unique 32-inch 4K gaming display with a 240 Hz refresh rate as well as an innovative Mini LED 8K TV with a 265 Hz refresh rate.

TCL CSOT Unveils Its Upcoming 32-Inch 4K 240 Hz Refresh Price Gaming Monitor

Through the TCL CSOT Global DTC 2021 convention, the corporate revealed a number of new applied sciences in varied shows, together with 125″ glass-based clear direct show MLED, 49″ R800 5000+ Zones MLED show module, 65″ 8K inkjet printing OLED, 14″ Yunsheng inkjet printing OLED, and an 8″ non-polarizer, extraordinarily small folding radius, 360° folding AMOLED. A big majority of the advances TCL was revealing have been being thought of “the world’s first” or “the world’s main” gadgets.

Galaxy Buds Pro could end up damaging way more than your wallet

The Galaxy Buds Pro is undoubtedly one of the better TWS earbuds out there, as determined by our in-depth review. However, Android Central’s Chris Wedel has had a less than stellar experience. The worst part is, it doesn’t involve bad ANC or audio quality issues, but physical irritation that required the intervention of a physician.