Our first glimpse of next year's OnePlus 9 is here. Seeming to confirm last month's news that the OnePlus 9 would be arriving earlier than usual in March, the first leaked renders based on early CADs are starting to land, showcasing a familiar design, a slightly bigger screen, a hole-punch front-facing camera, and a three-camera setup on the back.
Courtesy of OnLeaks and the interestingly named IPEE World, we have our first look at the latest phone in Nokia's 7 series of phones — the Nokia 7.3. The 360-degree render supplied shows off all angles of the phone, quad camera setup and all.
We've already seen some renderings of the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition, but thanks to some not very well-disguised 360-degree views hosted on Verizon's website, we now know that this S20 Lite of sorts will be coming stateside. The phone will come in three pretty eye-catching colors.
The Pixel 4a follows the Henry Ford mantra of "you can have it in any color, so long as it is black." But a 3D render that 9to5Google was able to dig up in the Google Store site shows that Google was heavily considering a light blue color at some point, but axed it before production.
Ever since Google sold Motorola to Lenovo, the brand's strategy has been subject to change. In the past, there were only three model lines, but now, it's hard to discern the plethora of often all-too-similar phones released under the Moto name. There also hasn't been a proper flagship for a while, but Motorola is apparently looking to change that. OnLeaks and Pricebaba have teamed up to share renders and specifications of an alleged Motorola Edge+, and it could shape up to be the brand's new front runner.
There was once a time when the G series represented the best hardware LG had to offer. However, as the company struggles to turn a profit in the smartphone market, the former Nexus partner has fallen far from the warm embrace of relevancy. Proof positive: these 360-degree renders of the upcoming LG G9 show a device that's in desperate need of revitalization.
Following earlier renders of the Galaxy S11 and S11e, OnLeaks has just revealed (via CashKaro) the first renders of the bigger Galaxy S11+. The overall look is generally the same as the two smaller phones, down to the hole-punch display and curved screen edges, but our eyes can't help but be drawn to the downright strange camera hump. Honestly, it looks like someone threw the cameras randomly at the back corner of the phone, and wherever they landed, they just sort of stuck.
Samsung added a third tier to the Galaxy S lineup last year, with the introduction of the S10e. The phone combined most of the features from the S10 and S10+ with a smaller body, much to the appreciation of small phone fans everywhere. The first renders of the regular Galaxy S11 were published yesterday, and now we're getting a look at the S11e.
Seemingly every year, leaked images and renders of the larger upcoming Google Pixel phone are released long before we get to see the smaller model. In 2018, it took until August 30th (about a month before release) until images came out of the small Pixel 3. Today we're seeing the first detailed renders of the regular Pixel 4, and... it looks like the 4 XL.