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Last Updated: Jul 01, 2020
Earlier, we have heard the news saying that Huawei is getting the first access to Visionox's under-screen camera display. Other than that, it is also rumoured that the smartphone manufacturer will be using the panels for the next HONOR Magic series. Now, it is reported that the Visionox's under-screen camera display is ready to enter mass production, so is the upcoming HONOR Magic really going to use it?
Last Updated: Jun 29, 2020
Despite having a tough year (yea, us too), Huawei is still going to launch their devices according to schedule. The Huawei Mate 40 series is expected to be launched in October with an amazing 5nm process. Other than that, we've also heard rumour saying that the series will feature 120Hz refresh rate screens. However, here comes another source saying that it's not true.
Last Updated: Jun 18, 2020
In this new era of flexible displays, foldable devices aren't the only form factor we'll see. There are a few companies like LG and TCL that have been working on rollable displays, but now it seems Samsung is joining the camp. Recently, a new patent for a rollable display was awarded to the company.
Last Updated: Jun 11, 2020
Based on a statement by techradar.com, it seems that the South Korean government has commissioned LG to develop a stretchable display technology. The aforementioned display will then be used for various products ranging from smartphones, smart displays, wearables, and more.
Last Updated: Jun 02, 2020
A bunch of patent from Huawei suggests that they could be working on a smartphone, which is equipped with an under-display selfie camera very soon. This is due to the fact that the patent shows that there is no notch for the front-facing selfie camera visible towards the top of the display.
Last Updated: May 22, 2020
It seems that Razer has officially revealed that this year’s Razer Blade Pro 17, will be available with either a 4k 120Hz touch screen display or a 300Hz refresh rate FHD display with a matte finish. In terms of the pricing, the laptop will start from USD2599 (~RM11344) for the model with the 300Hz display while the 4k 120Hz variant starts from USD3799 (~RM16582).
Last Updated: May 18, 2020
Based on a report by gizchina.com, it seems that realme plans on unveiling two brand new products in India on 25 May 2020 which includes a smartwatch as well as a smart TV. Leaks indicate that the realme smart TV will come with up to a 55-inch display with probably up to 4k resolution, and it is expected to run on Android TV OS with Netflix pre-installed.
Last Updated: Jan 28, 2020
Based on a statement by Nokiamob.net, Nokia could have plans to release a foldable smartphone somewhere around the end of 2020. With that said, the report also mentioned that there is a possibility we could be seeing the aforementioned foldable device make it debut during the upcoming MWC 2020 which will be held in Barcelona from 24 February until 27 February this year.
Last Updated: Aug 21, 2019
In an attempt to reduce reliance on Samsung, Apple had been working closely with Chinese display manufacturer BOE Technology Group to have their displays certified for future Apple devices. Not only that, but they have also noted that Apple had also been rigorously testing the manufacturer’s flexible OLED panels as well based on a statement by nikkei.com.
Last Updated: Aug 02, 2019
In conjunction with the Acer Day 2019 with the theme 'Freedom to Play', Acer has officially launched the 2019 refresh of the Acer Aspire 3 and Acer Aspire 5 laptops. Other than that, Acer has also unveiled the Acer PM161Q portable display starting from as low as RM599.