This Foldable iPhone Concept Leaves Us Wanting More
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple could be exploring the idea of creating a foldable phone. Exactly how this device will materialize is anyone’s guess, but in the meantime, YouTube channel iOS Beta News has cooked up a concept video that shows what the iPhone could look like with a foldable design.

SteelSeries Nimbus+ iPhone Gaming Controller Is Official
Last week, it was reported that SteelSeries could have a new MFi gaming controller in the works called the Nimbus+. Sure enough, the rumors were true as the company has since officially announced the new gaming accessory. While it is maintaining the Nimbus branding, clearly there are some improvements made over its predecessor.

Huawei P30 Pro New Edition Lets The Company Bypass The US Trade Ban
Huawei is currently not allowed to do business with US businesses and vice versa as a result of being placed on the US Entity List. However, before being placed on the list, the company had released the Huawei P30 series in 2019 which was the last remaining Huawei phone to continue offering access to Google Play Services.

POCO F2 Pro Officially Announced With A Very Competitive Price Tag
Some of you might recall that a couple of years ago, Xiaomi spin-off brand Pocophone launched the Pocophone F1. This was largely considered by many to be something of a sleeper hit, where for its price, it came with some pretty impressive flagship hardware that almost put it on par with some of the more expensive phones out there.

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iPhone 12 With 120Hz ProMotion Display ‘Confirmed’ In New report
When the iPad Pro with a 120Hz refresh rate display was first announced, many were excited because since iPhones and iPads tend to share tech, it seemed to indicate that a 120Hz display could eventually find its way to the iPhone. However, over the years, that has yet to happen, but that could change this year.

LG Velvet Mid-Range Smartphone Announced
Earlier in April, LG started to tease a new smartphone where it would be adopting a new design compared to LG’s other handsets. Dubbed the LG Velvet, the company continued to tease the phone including some of its specs, and for those who are interested, the LG Velvet has been officially announced over in South Korea.

Base iPhone 12 Model Could Come With A Triple Camera Setup
When Apple introduced the iPhone XR, it came with a single camera that made up for the lack of a second lens by using software to achieve similar effects and results. Apple later upgraded this camera in the iPhone 11, where the Pro and Pro Max models came with triple cameras, but the base model was upgraded to two.

Samsung Finally Patches Zero-Day Vulnerability That Has Been Around Since 2014
As much as companies try to test their devices to look for bugs and security flaws, it would be impossible for them to spot everything. This is because we all use our devices differently, and the various combinations and deviations are simply too many for companies to consider every scenario.

SteelSeries Could Be Working On A New Controller For Apple Devices
There are many third-party gaming controllers out there in the market today that will work with iOS devices, but if you’re looking for devices that will ensure compatibility, that’s what the MFi certification is for. The good news is that it looks like SteelSeries could be preparing something for the iPhone and iPad.

Cellphone Towers In Canada Are Being Set On Fire over 5G Conspiracy Theories
There have always been long-standing concerns about the radio waves that are being emitted by our devices, especially from our cellphones. However, it seems that these concerns have been amplified with the launch of 5G, where there have been conspiracy theories that are linking 5G to various health issues.

Microsoft Outlook For iOS Finally Lets Users Ignore Conversations
When sending emails to multiple users at once, it is more common than not that you’ll end up getting pinged by the same email the entire day as users hit “reply all”. This can be distracting and sometimes can derail your productivity, but the good news for iOS users is that you will now be able to ignore all that chatter.

Google Drive For iOS Now Supports Face ID And Touch ID
If you use Google Drive on your phone to access files on the go, then you might be pleased to learn that in the latest update to the app, Google has introduced support for biometric security for the app. This means that users will be able to use either Face ID or Touch ID to protect their files from being accessed.

Report Claims Xiaomi’s Devices Are Collecting Data On Its Users
We do a lot on our phones these days, such as texting, calling, and surfing the web. Some of us even use it for work where we might access sensitive information that we don’t want others to see. Unfortunately for Xiaomi users, it seems that a report from Forbes has revealed that the company’s devices are apparently collecting browsing data on its users.

Samsung Confirms Launch Of New Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Note 20 Later This Year
If you were worried that the coronavirus would somehow impact the release of smartphones this year, it seems that Samsung is still on track to release new handsets later in the year. During Samsung’s earnings call, the company has confirmed that they plan on releasing two new phones later this year.