Apple fans waiting for the rumored 10th-anniversary iPhone 8 may have to wait a bit longer, according to a Chinese report by Economic Daily News (via Digitimes). The next-generation iPhone could be delayed a month or two beyond its expected September launch. The iPhone 8 is rumored to see sweeping changes, including an edge-to-edge OLED screen. But swapping out the old LCD displays for shiny new OLED ones may lead to some potential roadblocks. The OLED displays could end up bumping up the phone's price past $1,000 (roughly £800 or AU$1,300), and they might cause a production delay, according to this report.
Too bad the Alcatel Flash will launch exclusively strongfit designers tough case for apple iphone xs max - rainbow floral in the Middle East, At a time when phonemakers are using new photography features to stand out from others, Alcatel's ability to capitalize on the trend could spur rivals to adopt similar hardware and software techniques, That isn't the handset's only boast, The Flash also contains a deca-core processor (that's right, 10 cores), Ready for the bad news? Alcatel says that the Flash will sell exclusively in the Middle East for now; specifically Jordan and Saudi Arabia, It's a shame, because we'd love to see what that Super Selfie Mode can do..
It may be a matter of time before Alcatel's other phones adopt the tech -- or its rivals do. The first great smartphone of 2015. Beautiful and bold..with complications. The new no-compromise MacBook. A stellar on-ear headphone. Crave-worthy curves for a premium price. Two camera lenses on the front means you'll be able to artfully blur selfies, too. If you ever wished you could artfully blur your selfies the same way you can your rear camera shots, the Alcatel Flash has answered your prayers. The first phone we've heard of with two cameras on the front and two on the back, the Flash's 8- and 5-megapixel lenses will let you adjust the focus and blur level of those self-shots for more control over the pictures you post online and share with friends. And yes, there's a front-facing flash, too.
The Honor 8 Pro is an upgraded version of last year's Honor 8, Its display is larger than its predecessor's (5.7 vs, 5.2 inches) and it has a higher resolution (2,960x1,440 vs, 1,920x1080 pixels), Inside is a 2.4GHz octacore processor and 6GB of RAM, Huawei says the 4,000mAh battery will last for two days, That's a long time for a phone today so we're eager to test that promise, With the fingerprint sensor on the rear you can not only open the phone but swipe your finger strongfit designers tough case for apple iphone xs max - rainbow floral over it to browse photos or bring up the notification panel..
Here are the two 12-megapixel camera lenses: One takes photos in color, while the other shoots only in black and white. There's a flash next door and another 8-megapixel camera around front. The blue color is quite attractive and for a phone, a rather rare hue, as well. The Honor 8 runs on Android 7.0 Nougat, making it reasonably up to date. On the bottom is the USB-C port. The Honor 8 Pro is unlocked so you'll be able to use it with any compatible carrier. Available now for preorder in the UK and some European countries, it costs £475 or 549 euros, which converts to roughly $585 or AU$770, with US and Australian availability yet to be announced.