Info on the budget Samsung Galaxy S10 trickles out
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Today, we're talking about smart shoes, Google Plus and your comments, but first up, It's time to talk phones.
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Get ready to be shocked.
The Galaxy S10 leaked again.
WinFuture.de says it has official press renders of the S10.
Take a look.
It looks like what we saw last week with the Infinity-O display on the S10.
The S10 Plus has that pearl-shaped cut out.
The S10 has a 6.1 inch screen.
But ten plus packs a 6.4 inch display.
WinFuture also published images of the budget S10.
The site says it'll be called the Galaxy S10 E. I'll say that the E stands for economy.
On the E, you get two cameras on the back, one on the front.
There's no curved sides on the 5.8 inch display.
If you wanted a flat Galaxy S, you're in luck.
The fingerprint sensor would be located on the power button And not under the screen like the other two S10s.
XDA developers found the FCC filings for the S10 and found out that the S10 will support reverse wireless charging and WiFi 6, also known as 802.11ax.
On Twitter, a leaker says he's got the full list of S10 models and pricing.
The e would cost around 750 euro.
The S10 would have two variants, one at 8.99 Euro, the other at 1,149 Euro.
The S10+ would have three configurations ranging from 999 Euro to 1,499 Euro.
For some reason, Meizu is introducing a phone with no buttons and no ports.
It's called a Meizu Zero.
The company says it's the world's first holeless phone.
Is that something to brag about?
I don't know.
Meizu was holding a campaign on Indiegogo with a $1000 goal.
As of this recording, Meizu has raised less than a third of that.
What about specs?
Well, it's got wireless charging, a virtual side button, an underscreen fingerprint sensor.
There's no headphone jack or USBC or sim tray or even a speaker grill.
The Zero vibrates the display for audio.
If you want a Zero, it will cost you $1,299 for the exclusive engineer unit.
So far 20 out of the 100 have been claimed.
Let's go to Uptown Update.
According to a new report from CNBC, Verily is working on smart shoes Apparently the company has a prototype of these smart shoes that can detect movement, the weight of the wearer, and can also detect falls.
Verily is looking for partners to codevelop the shoes.
The CNBC report also says it is not known whether the project is still active.
Verily is alphabet Life Sciences division loot announced that they will tell us that we're Loom will deliver a network operating system the telesat can use to support its Global low earth orbit satellite constellation.
Tell us that is a Canadian satellite Communications company.
Loon has experienced building a network of balloons that provide internet while the balloons and earth are moving.
Loon is going to adapt its software so tellasites new settlites can work in a similar manner.
Last week Google and Apple gone into a scuffle, Apple stops from distributing its internal ony IOS apps.
Because Apple said Google was in violation of Apple's app policies.
The two companies have made nice and now Google can go back to its apps.
Gmail got a visual refresh.
I hope you like seeing a lot of white.
Beyond cosmetics, you'll be able to see attachments without opening or scrolling through the thread.
Google Plus will be dead on April 2nd.
If you want, you can download your Google Plus data Go to takeout.google.com and select your Google Plus stuff.
Let's go to comment cove.
This is the part of the show where we shine a spotlight at the most amazing audience in the world, you.
You guys Has plenty to say about LG's gesture control on a new phone.
death_cares says I kind of mis all the useless gestures on older Samsung phones.
They were stupid, ut fun.
Tayo says I know it may sound stupid but more gesture support is good.
TEst it, gesture as if you're scrolling through the comments, it's way more comfortable, the lack of friction feels a lot smoother.
Kavish explained whatever LG is trying to show has been done by Microsoft In the Nokia McLaren phone.
This is nothing new.
They called it 3D touch.
Now I'd never heard of the McLaren.
I found a video from Windows Central that shows off the phone and it's really interesting.
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