It is always exciting to know about Dope Tech during the releases, it is even more exciting to know them before the official announcement. Here are the major Dope Tech Leaks of the Week.
There’s always a fad for Google’s Nexus devices which is manufactured by different Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), this time around it is rumored to be manufactured by HTC. Two phones are to be released later this year codenamed Marlin and Sailfish running Google’s latest Android 7.0 Nougat or Android N to be released yet.
The photo from TechDroider shows the screen of the rumored phone only, the design is yet to be known. The HTC-made Marlin is likely to feature a 5.5 inch Quad HD display with 4GB of RAM and Snapdragon 821 Chipset. The TechDroider also notes that the device is to come with a 128-GB internal storage and 3,450mAh battery.
Google could launch the HTC-made phone with the public release of Nougat possibly in October.
The next exciting dope leak is a feature that is taking logging in to your phone to a all new level. Yes, it is from the to-be released Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phablet from Samsung. The device is to feature an iris-scanner that facilitates to login into the device, though it features a fingerprint sensor as well. A video was posted on social network Weibo showing a man using the iris scanner to unlock the device.
The Note range of smartphones from Samsung are famous for their larger screens and stylus that comes along with them. The iris-scanner will be an exciting feature along with Android N which would lead to a healthy competition against the iPhone 7 that is also rumored to be released this August.
Yet another device released last week, the Lenovo’s Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid. Both devices share most of the same hardware, featuring a 5.5 inch Quad HD AMOLED display, Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, and offer internal storage of either 32GB or 64GB and microSD expansion upto 2TB.
But what’s really exciting about the two devices is the snap-on MotoMod Accessories,which can be attached to the device using the pins in the back. Many exciting Mods are being released that can be attached to the devices. Some of them are,
- $79.99 – JBL SoundBoost Moto Mod.
- $89.99 – Tumi Power Pack Moto Mod.
- $299 – Instashare Projector.
- $14.99 – Incipio back plates.
With the growing advances shown in the handheld devices platform, there is more to add to the story in future. Stay tuned for “sequels”.