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iPhone 12 supply clues show major OLED change, a first for Apple

iPhone 12 supply clues show major OLED change, a first for Apple

An iPhone 12 leak today says Apple decided to move to an entirely OLED display range for all four models of its next smartphone. The iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max will all have not only OLED display panels, but 5G connectivity as well. The lesser two devices are rumored to come with limited 5G connectivity - with sub-6 range - while the two "Pro" models will come packed with sub-6 and mmWave 5G connectivity, if reports prove entirely accurate.

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Galaxy Note 9 display color issue persists [UPDATE: Samsung response]

Galaxy Note 9 display color issue persists [UPDATE: Samsung response]

There's an update that was released this year for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 that turned the device's display... sort green. A very similar issue seemed to appear on the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra starting in at around the same time - in April of 2020. Samsung suggested that they were hard at work on the issue for the Galaxy S20 Ultra - but the issue seems to persist.

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Motorola Razr 5G release date level leak drops all specs

Motorola Razr 5G release date level leak drops all specs

The second-generation Motorola Razr (with foldable display) was leaked in a big way this week in a set of insider tips that essentially spill all the beans. The Motorola Razr 5G, as it's expected to be called, will come in at least one color: Mercury Silver - with a 6.2-inch display inside. This device will likely be launched with a pair of massive cameras and a dual-SIM card tray.

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iPhone 12 Pro might not get that 120Hz display after all

iPhone 12 Pro might not get that 120Hz display after all

Apple is slowly blurring the lines that separate its devices and platforms. This year's iPhones, for example, may even look like miniature iPad Pros. That doesn't mean it will get the same features, of course, but there's still some discussion on what features the iPhone 12 may inherit from Apple's slates. As with the LIDAR camera, there is still no consensus on whether any of the iPhones will finally have a ProMotion display and the latest insider tip leans more on the side of "no".

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Motorola Edge unlocked revealed (off Verizon) for $300 less

Motorola Edge unlocked revealed (off Verizon) for $300 less

There's a new Motorola Edge device out there in the world with 5G connectivity options and a $700 price tag. This is different from the $1k Motorola Edge+ with Verizon. The new version is "universally unlocked" and will be available for sale from Motorola itself inside the United States - not with a carrier. The devices look very, VERY similar.

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2020 Acer gaming accessories include monitors, mice, and an epic gaming chair

2020 Acer gaming accessories include monitors, mice, and an epic gaming chair

In addition to announcing a new lineup of gaming notebooks and desktops today, Acer also revealed a line of gaming accessories. Acer’s announcements include a grand total of five monitors, a new Cestus gaming mouse, and even a gaming chair. If you’re surprised to see Acer announce a gaming chair, it’s safe to say you definitely aren’t alone.

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ASUS Zephyrus Duo 15 price confirmed: Weird comes at a cost

ASUS Zephyrus Duo 15 price confirmed: Weird comes at a cost

The ASUS Republic of Gamers Zephyrus Duo 15 has two displays. There's the standard display in the lid of the laptop, then there's another display (another touchscreen display) just above the keyboard. Both displays work with the same operating system, and both operate together. This isn't the first time we've seen a similar sort of machine, but it is definitely the most elegant execution of a dual-screen laptop such as this.

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Motorola Edge+ display issues may need replacement

Motorola Edge+ display issues may need replacement

Today we're taking a peek at the Motorola Edge+ and its "waterfall" curved-edge display. There's a lot of goodness here, but it seems to depend on whether you're one of the unlucky few to get a bad unit. Some Motorola Edge+ displays are misbehaving in ways that are not relegated to software. If you're one of the people with extreme display issues, you should be able to speak with Verizon to get a replacement unit with relative ease.

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iPhone 12 release date 6 weeks late and the $250 up-sell price

iPhone 12 release date 6 weeks late and the $250 up-sell price

The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro release dates previously leaked are now expected to bump back a full 6 weeks. This isn't necessarily due to COVID-19, but added precautions could be in play. We're now hearing that there's a possibility that Apple's ordered more display panels than they would have otherwise - just to make certain they're able to meet demand for this oncoming season of significant upgrades and new iPhone features.

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Galaxy Note 20 Ultra release date level leak: The new boss

Galaxy Note 20 Ultra release date level leak: The new boss

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra was leaked in a big way today with specifications that position it as one of the most extravagant smartphones ever made. This device was tipped to roll with a Quapcomm Snapdragon 865+ SoC, QHD+ 120Hz image refresh rate LTPO display, a top-tier camera array, and a brand new S Pen and S Pen features.

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Samsung’s monstrous Odyssey gaming monitors priced and dated

Samsung’s monstrous Odyssey gaming monitors priced and dated

Back at CES 2020 - before the coronavirus pandemic brought trade shows like that to a screeching halt - Samsung unveiled two new curved gaming monitors: the Odyssey G7 and G9. At the time, we didn't have any pricing or release details about either monitor, but that's all changing today. Not only do we now know the price of the G7 and G9, but we also know that both are on the horizon.

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Visionox under-display camera is reportedly ready for production

Visionox under-display camera is reportedly ready for production

For a couple of years now, smartphone makers have been on a crusade to banish as much bezel around screens as they can but the biggest problem has always been the all-important selfie camera. Various solutions have been developed to that end, from motorized popup cameras to circular cutouts, but the holy grail has always been an "invisible" camera hiding under the display. Samsung has been expected to be the first to make that a reality but a Chinese display maker is now proudly announcing that it is ready to mass-produce what could be the world's first under-screen camera display solution.

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