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There’s been rumors about a lower end Xbox console to complement the Series X, and these leaked controller images from Twitter user Zak S may have just confirmed it. This controller utilizes the same wireless protocol introduced by the Xbox One, and is backward compatible with existing Xbox One consoles. It supports the Bluetooth Low Energy standard, which enables it to pair with mobile devices and other hardware, complete with standard USB-C charging. Read more for additional pictures.
TechTalk TV gives us a hands-on look at the yet to be announced Samsung Galaxy Watch 3, and this model does appear to have a physical rotating bezel, two buttons on the right, and a 41mm variant sporting a 1.2-inch display. For those wondering, the rotating bezel will allow users to control the user interface, while the IP68 water and dust resistance as well as 5ATM ratings ensure that you’ll be able to do so in just about any kind of weather. Read more for the video and additional information.
Nintendo allegedly suffered a data breach back in May and source code as well as prototypes of many of their first party games surfaced online. The most notable included Super Mario 64 source code, and apparently, there was supposed to be a two player mode where Luigi would have been playable. Shigeru Miyamoto confirmed this in an interview back during 1996. Read more for a video and additional information.
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It’s been rumored for quite some time, but today, we get a possible first look at the next-generation Oculus Quest 2 VR headset. No accompanying information has been revealed, but from the image, we can see that the headset’s tracking cameras have been moved slightly, possibly offering a wider field of view. Plus, there’s no interpupillary distance slider (IPD) – the distance between your eyes – that can be found on the current model, suggesting that it could be using just a single display, like the Rift S. Read more for a video and additional information.
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Samsung has not officially announced their new bean-shaped Galaxy Buds Live earbuds, but plenty of rumors have already surfaced, including several unofficial images as well as a promotional video. They’ll allegedly come in white, rose gold, and black color variants, all possibly with active noise-cancelling technology. Each earbud sports two contact points for charging, while the case has two LED indicators to show battery life. Read more for the clip and additional information.
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ResetEra allegedly received some promotional material directly from Sony, and in one corner, there appears to be a black and red PlayStation 5 console with a matching DualSense controller. This might be the real deal, as Sony’s Jim Ryan stated that both white and black colors will be available for the launch, followed by additional ones / special editions later on. Read more for a video and additional information.
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In 2021, the Ford Bronco finally returns to the automaker’s light-truck product range, following a 25-year hiatus. It will be based on the Ford Ranger pickup / Ford Everest, which means the sixth-generation Bronco will become a mid-size SUV for the very first time, offered in both two and four-door variants. The 2021 Ford Bronco have its own distinct model line, rather than a version of the Everest adapted for North America. Read more for a video and additional information.
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Technology leaker Evan Blass gives us a first look at the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G, which is the same exact phone as its predecessor, but with 5G connectivity as well as a faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset. The handset is constructed with an aluminum frame, and 0.0012-inch thick “ultra-thin glass” with a plastic layer similar to the Galaxy Fold. It’s the first foldable smartphone to use a glass display, while its competition, like the Motorola RAZR and the Galaxy Fold, use plastic displays. Read more for a video and additional information.
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Oppo smartphones may not be the most popular stateside, but from a recently filing with the CNIPA (China National Intellectual Property Office), we now know they are set to release a limited Find X2 Pro Lamborghini Edition. The design sketches reveal that it will in five different colorways, all of which have the left rear side colored in black leather. Read more for a video on Oppo’s under-screen camera technology, additional pictures and information.
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Finally, some real world photos of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra have surfaced, and it looks just like the renders that were leaked last week. This handset is expected to have a 6.9-inch display similar to the S20 Ultra with a 120Hz refresh rate and LTPO, which enables the device to alter its refresh rate to any frequency between 1Hz and 120Hz. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.