Pixel 5 was released it actually lagged behind in performance when compared to other phones using the Snapdragon 765G. Well, most of these numbers came from AnAndTech, showing how the Pixel 5 failed against the competition. Well, someone who works for them just confirmed that they have ran the tests again and after this security patch, it doubles the published scores for the Pixel 5. Meaning it is now in line or even better than other 765G smartphones but of course, it took 6 months to make it happen. So, if you’re a gamer and you have a Pixel 5, this update is for you so make sure to download it. All I can say is I never really noticed bad performance, but hey Xperia 1 mark III and now some new case renders give us further confirmation for this design. These images come from case-maker Olixar, showing off the design we saw last week. We see that 4K HDR OLED display that is reportedly capable of 120Hz but, we still don’t know the size just yet. At the back we get to see the triple camera array which will reportedly consist of a 64MP main sensor, a 12MP ultra wide, and a 12MP periscope telephoto that will apparently be capable of 60x zoom. From these images we can see the phone in a grey color variant and they even showed the Xperia 10 Mark III which looks somewhat similar but with a less impressive camera module. Other specs include the Snapdragon 888 5G, up to 16 gigs of RAM, up to 512 gigs of storage and a 5000 mAh battery. So yeah, we’ll see what Sony announces on April 14th. LG. Over the past couple of months there have seen a ton of reports going on claiming that LG could be closing their smartphone division. Well, pretty much at midnight on Monday they announced that they are officially shutting down their phone business. If you’re not familiar with the matter, the shut down is expected to be completed by July 31st but of course, some inventory may still be available even after that. Apparently they’re even aiming to deliver an Android 12 update for those of you keeping your phones according to a support page discovered by XDA developers, but we still have no details on which phones will be supported. So yeah, in their statement the company mentions that they will be focusing on 6G, EVs, smart homes, robotics, AI and other ventures. So again, even if they haven’t had the greatest last couple of years, it’s still sad to say that LG Mobile is now gone as they brought so much to the market. The LG G4 continues to be one of my favorite cameras on a phone, ever, and the G6 and V30 my favorite designs.
Story of the day:iPhone 13 mockups. Every year we get some 3D mockups of the upcoming iPhones that are usually made for casemakers to start designing their cases but this year, we finally have something different. Over the past couple of months one of the biggest stories has been that we’ll finally be getting a smaller notch, with the FaceID components getting rearranged and the ear piece being moved to the top. Well, these mockups from MacOtakara pretty much confirm that. Other than that, like the other leaks claim, we should expect the same design with the triple camera module at the back along with the LiDAR sensor, the lightning port and speakers at the bottom. And, according to several leaks, it looks like we’re due for an S Year, with the main improvements coming internally, but we can expect camera hardware upgrades when it comes to the lenses and some new colorways like Matte Black and Bronze but, no major design changes. So, with the leak cycle being this early this year and all the information we’ve gotten. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/pocketnowsub http://pocketnow.com Follow us: http://flipboard.com/@Pocketnow http://facebook.com/pocketnow http://twitter.com/pocketnow
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