Fresh from tweeting leaked renders of LG’s upcoming G7 flagship almost a couple of weeks ago, Benjamin Geskin has now shared on Twitter leaked renders of what appears to be an iPhone X in blush gold color. Yup, we have heard rumors of a blush gold iPhone X better, but Geskin is quite confident that this is the real thing.
While it is true that LG did opt not to formally introduce a new flagship device offering at this year’s Mobile World Congress event (held just last month), fans of the brand may still be delighted to know that the South Korean tech giant may be planning to unveil the upcoming G7 smartphone in May of this year, at least according to a recent report published by ETNews.
Barely a week after they were unveiled, Samsung’s new Galaxy S9 models are now starting to grab honors in terms of camera and display screen quality. According to DxOMark, the Galaxy S9 Plus is now tops in terms of image capturing capabilities.
Akhan Semiconductor appears to believe so. For those not familiar with this company, Akhan has had plenty of experience taking full advantage of one of the hardest substances in the planet for electronics purposes. And one of the ideas the firm is exploring is coming up with a smartphone display made of diamond.
Some may remember that it was almost exactly a year ago when Akhan Semiconductor had initially talked about developing diamond glass for use in mobile devices. Fast forwarding to 2018, the company is now saying that it is currently busy teaming up with a mobile manufacturer in order to test a diamond smartphone screen.
It was during last month when some owners of Google’s Pixel 2 smartphone started complaining of a weird buzzing sound emanating from the device’s ear piece, especially when taking a phone call. And interestingly enough, there were other strange noises too, including a high pitch noise and what sounds like a ticking clock.
It appears that Google’s Pixel 2 XL is not the only flagship device out there with reported screen related issues. A number of iPhone X owners are saying that their units are displaying an unusual straight vertical green colored line on the right side of the screen (other reports claim the line is on the left side).
Google has recently rolled out a new security patch that comes with fixes for screen related issues currently being reported with regards to the company’s Pixel 2 XL flagship device. Specifically, this latest update should protect against burn-in issues and offer expanded options in terms of color saturation (as earlier promised).
Google’s current flagship device offering, the Pixel 2 XL, reportedly has a burn-in issue with its screen. For those not familiar with the term burn-in, it is what happens when traces of an image still get displayed on the screen even with the image itself is no longer being actively shown. Android Central was one of the first to spot the issue, and various users have since started discussing it on forums just like XDA Developers.
The past few days have seen several reports of an issue with one of Google’s flagship offerings this year, the impressive Pixel 2 XL. The issue in particular revolves around the device’s screen, which appears to be exhibiting muted hues and a rather curious bluish tint. Others have also reported a grainy texture that shows up on the screen when one scrolls down web pages
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