LG G7 ThinQ renders appearhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDsQXjMq4P4 We are still waiting for LG to launch its 2018 flagship, the LG G7. The company has opted to buck the trend of releasing its devices on a schedule. Instead, we have been looking to see what the G7 will end up looking like. Thanks to a new CAD render from Mr. Phone and @OnLeaks, the mystery may have been solved. The G7 is slated to have a similar design to the V30 and G6, with a metal frame sandwiched between two pieces of glass. In addition to the familiar design, it appears that LG is working on a dedicated assistant button. The question remains whether this will be for Google Assistant or something else altogether. Another new leak suggests the ThinQ name we saw added to the updated LG V30 will be passed on to the G7, making it the LG G7 ThinQ. The phone had better be impressive if it's to overcome such terrible branding.
HTC U12+ coming in May?HTC and LG are in the same boat, as both companies continue to struggle in the market and have opted to change their strategy when it comes to new phone releases. For 2018, HTC is likely planning to launch just one premium option with the HTC U12+. A new report claims HTC will be showing it off sometime in "early May". The report also gives us an idea of what to expect regarding the specs. The U12+ is expected to sport a 6-inch display, Snapdragon 845 SoC, 6GB of RAM, 64GB/128GB of storage, and a dual-camera system.
ESPN+ launching on April 12thA new streaming service will be launching on April 12th which will be only focused on the world of sports. ESPN+ has been announced and will be priced at just $4.99 per month. The service will feature almost 200 MLB games over the course of the season. This will be coupled with MLS, NHL games (starting in 2018-2019), and even boxing matches. In addition to offering the ability to watch live sports, ESPN+ will also have an expansive on-demand library. All of this will be available in a redesigned ESPN Android app.
OnePlus 6 teased and specs confirmed
The hype train is picking up steam for the OnePlus 6. We have seen teasers and now we are getting confirmation of some of the specs and features. After teasing everyone with a graphic stating "The Speed You Need" with the number 6, we learned more about what's going to be under the hood. In a forum post, CEO Pete Lau confirmed the OnePlus 6 will feature the Snapdragon 845 chipset, up to 8GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of storage. The fun didn't stop there, as Lau also confirmed more software features. He stated that users will be able to hide the notch with the help of software, but it will require an update after the OnePlus 6 is launched.
6et ready! pic.twitter.com/bmvI75xphm
— OnePlus (@oneplus) April 2, 2018