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LG V50 ThinQ and G8 will be first 5G smartphones by the company

LG usually release two different flagship models at different times in the year. The LG G series and V series models follow each other, separated by a couple of months. The Korean tech giant may jettison that schedule, that is if news emanating from South Korea is anything to go by. The company is reportedly working towards releasing its next V-series flagship, LG V50 ThinQ alongside the G-series model – G8 instead of leaving it till around October.

New variant of Nokia 8.1 with 6GB RAM and 128GB Storage Variant Launched

Nokia 8.1 has received another variant in India. HMD Global on Thursday announced it will be offering the 6GB RAM/ 128GB storage variant of the smartphone in the country. To recall, the Nokia 8.1 was launched in a single 4GB RAM/ 64GB storage variant in the country back in December, and the company had soon after revealed that the 6GB RAM/ 128GB variant would go on sale in the country in January. It appears HMD Global has kept true to its word, though the Nokia 8.1 6GB RAM/ 128GB storage variant will only go on sale in the country next week.

Nokia Feature phone TA-1139 spotted at TENNA

HMD Global owned Nokia is set to announce a new feature phone at MWC 2019 in Barcelona. The event on February 24 will witness a couple of new smartphone devices, Nokia 9 PureView and Nokia 6.2 along with a feature phone. Earlier, it was rumored that a third smartphone device would also be present at the MWC 2019. But, today’s listing on TENAA (China’s certification agency), has made it clear that Nokia will showcase a feature phone.

Live images of OPPO R19 leaked online

Leaked cases of the upcoming Oppo R19 had surfaced on a Chinese retailer site in the previous month. The case images had revealed that the Oppo R19 would be arriving with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. Above the fingerprint scanner, it features a vertical triple camera setup cutout.

ZTE Blade V10 with 32MP selfie camera and waterdrop notch surfaces on TENNA

ZTE’s latest smartphone has just been certified with China’s TENAA. The filing reveals some of the phone’s specifications including battery size, camera resolutions, and screen size. According to the TENAA filing, the device in question is a ZTE V1000, which is likely the successor to last year’s ZTE Blade V9. The V9 was announced last year during the MWC so we might expect ZTE to announce the Blade V10 at the same show towards the end of February.

Vivo V15 Pro with pop-up selfie camera and notch-less display will be unveiled on February 20

Vivo India has sent out media invites to confirm that it will be unleashing something new on February 20. Previous leaks have claimed that Vivo India may launch the Vivo V15 Pro by the end of February. Hence, it appears that the company is all set to debut the Vivo V15 series which includes the Vivo 15 and Vivo V15 Pro handsets in India on February 20.

Sony Xperia XZ4 expected to come with triple camera setup on the rear

Sony will announce new high-end smartphones on February 25 at MWC 2019, one of which we assume will be the Sony Xperia XZ4. We have heard rumors that this new Sony smartphone will have a triple camera configuration including a 52 megapixel sensor. It remains to be seen if the sensor used is an improved version of the IMX 586 found in the recently launched Honor V20.

ZTE A2020 Pro(Axon 10 Pro) appears on GeekBench with Snapdragon 855 and 6 GB RAM

A new ZTE smartphone with model number A2020 Pro has appeared on Geekbench flagship specifications. It appears that the newly spotted device is the next Axon branded flagship phone from the Chinese manufacturer.

Xiaomi Releases its budget-friendly Redmi Go

Xiaomi's first Android Go smartphone is official. The Redmi Go is based on Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition), comes in Black and Blue, and is heading to Europe and the Philippines in February.

Hands-on images of Motorola Moto G7 surfaces online

Day by day the Moto G7 family of phones is turning into the worst kept secret in the industry. Now we can add another leak to the pile, this time in the form of the Moto G7 Plus hands-on images.