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Lenovo launched the K9 in India last October, and later in May, it quietly followed up with the K9 Note. Now, the Chinese phone maker is all set to unveil a new Note series smartphone on September 5 as it sent out invites to the media for a launch event.The invite doesn't reveal much about what the company is going to announce and simply says "Get ready to witness the magnificent. Block your dates for #KillerNote on 5th September 2019".We are likely to see the K10 Note going official at this event. We don't know anything about the device right now, but we will probably hear more about it in the days leading to the official announcement next month.
HMD Global today announced the Nokia 3 V, its first ever device that will be offered by Verizon on post-paid plans. This builds upon how successful the Nokia 2 V has been on prepaid. The carrier will exclusively sell the handset in blue from August 23 in select stores and online. The Nokia 3 V will be yours for just $168 full retail, or 24 monthly installments of $7.

The device runs Android 9 Pie and HMD Global guarantees it will receive 18 months of security patches and two OS upgrades. So for an investment of $168 you won't just be getting Android Q, but also Android R next year. That's a very interesting proposition in this price range.

Understandably though, the specs are nothing to write home about. The Nokia 3 V features a 6.26" 720p+ touchscreen, the Snapdragon 429 SoC at the helm, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and a notification light embedded in the power button. There's a dedicated Google Assistant key too, including a walkie-talkie mode in which it will listen to you until you release the button for long sentence queries.

Although HMD Global's press release doesn't mention other specs, this phone seems to be a rebranded Nokia 3.2. If that is in fact the case, then expect the Nokia 3 V to sport a 4,000 mAh battery, a microSD card slot, a 13 MP rear camera, and a 5 MP selfie snapper.
 Xiaomi is set to launch the  in India on August 21, which is also when the official pricing will be announced. However, Xiaomi's launch partner Amazon went ahead and revealed the price of the phone two days earlier.Twitter user Mukul Sharma caught the listings for the device, which appeared in the deals section but weren't actually available for purchase. Among the listings were the two storage variants, 64GB and 128GB, which will come with 4GB and 6GB of RAM, respectively. There are also three color options named Not Just Blue, More Than White, and Kind of Grey.
The phones are priced at INR 14,999 for the 4/64GB variant and INR 17,499 for the 6/128GB variant.

We tried looking up the device ourselves on the Amazon India website but it seems Amazon has removed the listings since the original screenshots were taken.

It's not uncommon for manufacturers to leak the price ahead of release to temper expectations. The Mi A3 is already being lambasted by some people who haven't taken too kindly to the presence of a sub-1080p display on the smartphone. The price, if true, is also on the higher side and on the same level as phones such as the Realme X and Xiaomi's own Redmi Note 7 Pro, which not just have higher resolution displays but also more powerful chipsets.

So this might just be our tinfoil hat speaking but it's likely these prices were revealed two days ahead of release to get most of the negative reactions out before the phone is officially announced on Wednesday.
TCL last year to launch the minuscule (for this day and age)phone, which has a tiny 3.3" touchscreen and runs Android. Initially this was billed as a companion device to your smartphone when it in the meantime, it became available standalone from Big Red, and back in June Palm started taking 
Almost two months later, today that model has finally become available to buy. You'll need to shell out $349 for the privilege of owning possibly the smallest smartphone around. You have Titanium and Gold color options to choose from (note that there's none of those materials used in the construction, they're just the names of the hues).The Palm phone (officially simply called "Palm", which is definitely not confusing at all) features 720p screen resolution, the Snapdragon 435 SoC, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, a 12 MP main camera, an 8 MP selfie camera, and an 800 mAh battery. It runs android 8.1 Oreo.
Realme is working on its own OS, revealed CEO Madhav Sheth. So far, the company has been using Oppo’s Color OS for its phones, but that prevents it from delivering features that fans have been asking for.
There are not details available about Realme OS. The platform should become available by the end of this year or early next year. It's not quite clear which (if any) of the existing Realme phones will be updated to the in-house software. The OS is believed to be based on Android Q, but Sheth did not confirm that.Will it be close to stock like Oxygen OS or heavily skinned like Color OS? In an interview back in April Sheth told us “I believe stock Android is not the right experience”, saying that while the company aims to deliver the performance and long support of stock Android, it wants to retain some value-added features too.
He even hinted that there’s something coming “before Diwali”, which just what he said about the upcoming 64MP quad camera phone. Diwali is on October 27, but the first Realme 5 phones will arrive earlier than that – on August 20. So, we expect to hear more details about the new OS next week.
The Meizu 16s Pro that leaked yesterday will be unveiled later this month, on August 28.

Meizu hasn't divulged much about the 16s Pro yet, but the smartphone briefly appeared on the company's official website yesterday along with its specs.The 16s Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 855+ SoC and will come in two RAM options - 8GB and 12GB - both having 256GB of UFS 3.0 storage onboard.
The smartphone will sport a 90Hz AMOLED display with a fingerprint scanner embedded to it. It will run Flyme 8 OS and boast a triple camera setup at the back with a 48MP unit as the main sensor.
  We expect Meizu to tease some features of the 16s Pro at a regular interval in the days leading to the official announcement on August 28.
 Premium-budget? That would probably be the best possible way to describe the alleged Galaxy M90. There is hardly any info on the handset yet and this is the first time we are even hearing of an "M" device so high in the double digits. Plus, the scoop comes from one of the lesser-known Twitter leaksters, so, a grain of salt before we continue.Anyway, there really isn't that much info to discuss. Just a few numbers to take note off and be on the lookout for in the upcoming months - SM-M905F, as well as a codename - "R6". Like we said, not much to go by. Still, Ishan Agarwal, the leakster in questing did later clarify that apparently the M90 will be a lot like the A90.The latter Galaxy is not official either, but has been frequenting the rumor mill for quite some time now. If those sources are anything to go by, the A90 is actually a very powerful, Snapdragon 855 device. One that potentially will even come in a 5G variant. All this really makes us curious as to just how far the similarities between it and the M80 extend. We'll definitely be keeping an eye on this story. Here's hoping the Q4 2019 time frame pans out.
Apple has updated the Apple Music app for Android with two new features.
The app now includes dark mode, which uses a pitch black background for all the screens, a stark contrast from the otherwise all-white UI of the app. The dark mode can be enabled permanently from the settings or can be set to switch on with your phone's battery saver feature.  The update also brings with it time-synced lyrics, which scroll automatically in sync with the song. The lyrics screen has been overhauled entirely now and features large text that cover the entire screen.If these features sound familiar, that's because they were announced as part of the iOS 13 feature set during Apple's WWDC keynote back in June. Both the features were demoed on stage and will be coming on iOS 13 later this year. Somehow, though, Android gets them first even before iOS, at least on some devices. We couldn't get them to show up on our device but multiple people have reported seeing it so far so it's definitely rolling out.
The Lenovo Z6 Pro isn't exactly a new phone since it got released back in April in China but it's only now that it's escaping its homeland. In what is certainly a major shift for the maker it has started offering its phones outside China once more after a pause lasting a few years.The Z6 Pro can now be bought for just under €500 through Lenovo's official store in Bulgaria and it comes in two colors - Red and Green. Lenovo says the handset will pop up in other European countries via its distribution network and quite frankly, the price seems very competitive. It's going to give the likes of Asus Zenfone 6 a run for their money with its AMOLED panel and under-display fingerprint reader.
It also sports Qualcomm's latest and greatest Snapdragon 855 and a quad-camera array (DxOMark rates it 95), so it comfortably fits the mainstream flagship category.
It's a surprise to see Lenovo back in the European market given that the company left it to Motorola a few years back. This is the first phone from the company to reach the EU and it will be interesting to see how it fares. The phone did pop up in Malaysia a few days ago as well so we might be witnessing a global expansion.
Ever since Qualcomm introduced the upgraded Snapdragon 855 SoC, gaming smartphones started arriving in new versions - Asus ROG Phone II, ZTE nubia Red Magic 3, Black Shark 2 Pro. Now, vivo is also joining in, with the iQOO Pro 5G, and will introduce it to the world in exactly two weeks time on August 22.While the Dongguan-based phone manufacturer did not officially say anything about Snapdragon 855+, it is obvious the new iQOO handset is coming out to compete with the other gaming smartphones.

According to rumored specs and leaked photos of the phone that was expected to be called Plus instead of Pro, it will be similar to the first vivo iQOO - three cameras on the back, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB storage and 44W fast-charging for the 4,500 mAh battery.Since the phone has “5G” in its name, it is obvious vivo is launching it as its first handset that is ready for the next-generation network. This means the Snapdragon 855+ chipset will be coupled with the Snapdragon X50 modem, bringing gigabit speeds and practically zero lag for users.

Price-wise, the phone is expected to cost CNY4,498 (about $650/€580) but might have other price tags if there are more memory options. We’ll have to wait for two more weeks until everything is clear and until then we can only play the speculation game.