We still have another seven months before this device is official, so take these as you will.
Here’s the phone again, in case you haven’t already seen it a million times.
This is basically everything we’re expecting from tomorrow’s event, minus one particular device.
Who really needs three cameras on an iPad though?
New videos, articles, and more show off the upcoming phone and its XL counterpart, all while Google does nothing.
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New leaks found in iOS 13 basically confirm this.
The hype is getting very real.
LG will allegedly refresh the G8 ThinQ in Berlin this year, and new renders claim to give us our first look at the mysterious device.
I could not tell you why.
Being just a few weeks away from their official debut, it makes sense to see these renders pop up.
Our first all-around look at the next flagship from the search giant.
If new renders are to be believe, we may have just gotten our first look at Google’s next flagship(s).
Not much info is given, but we now have screenshots.