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Vivo NEX 3 produces dual-curved ‘Waterfall Display' to the fore

Soon the season is "cascading", with the Vivo title announcing its flagship product NEX 3. Huawei should follow with its Mate 30 Pro. Vivo - The Chinese giant, which has not yet introduced a phone in Europe or America, announced its 6.89-inch phone during its launch in Shanghai, China, showing a curved dual screen. We think the curves look like cascading waterfalls and take the picture beyond the visible edge to create an apparently free edge. This means there are also no physical volume/power buttons, but the pressure-sensitive section below the screen provides haptic feedback. But that's not all, the NEX 3 is also endowed with many other top-quality features. The rear is a triple-camera with a 64-megapixel main sensor, while Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 Plus and 12GB ensure smooth operation. The 5G variant will be available with the 4G model, demonstrating the growing interest of the international community in connecting the next generation. So when will we see

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Google Pixel 4 XL hands-on videos surface, no surprises left

Google will unveil its next two Pixel phones on October 15th, but it seems a bit of a surprise. In addition to the many leaks and images that hit the net, revealing just about everything you need to know about the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, two videos have emerged on the internet, illustrating the manipulations claimed by the largely two handsets. The first comes from the AnhEm TV YouTube channel and although it is fully Vietnamese, you do not need to speak the language to fully understand the operation and appearance of the Pixel 4 XL. The demo is very complete and the white phone looks clean and discreet. Another video, released in Thailand by Rabbit TV, shows additional colors. Black and orange models can be seen next to a white device of similar appearance. There is no doubt about this, but given all the previous omissions, it is quite possible that they are real. Moreover, as the AnhEm video is fully operational, it would be a very elaborate model if it were not for him.

Huawei Mate X launch date fixed for next month updated Kirin 990 version following

- New release date programmed for some time next month - Kirin 990 will be used in an updated model within a few months - Huawei Mate X was initially planned to launch in August   In an open-ended media interview at IFA 2019 in Berlin, Huawei's consumer president spoke openly about the company's first folding smartphone with a flexible display. The processor will follow shortly after that.     This announcement comes shortly after reports that we may not respond until November. Yu said Huawei originally planned to launch the phone in August, but that it took developers more time to customize their apps in the big-screen market due to complications associated with optimizing the app for the larger screen. Since then, the company has ordered the phone from several major developer developers hoping to make the most of this screen.    Also, the flexible part of the screen itself is more complex to produce with a high rate of return with consistent quality. It w