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The 2020 BMW M3 is set for its official reveal at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show in September, but there have already been several test mules spotted at Nurburgring in full camouflage. These renders from Kolesa shows us what the actual vehicle could look like, complete with its large front grilles with vertical slits instead of the traditional horizontal ones. Read more for a video and additional information.
Here’s an alleged image of the upcoming Mac Pro 7.1 refresh from an internal Apple presentation slide. Labeled “Mac Pro 7.1” and codenamed “Phoenix,” it shows a square design that measures in at 7.7 x 11.55 x 11.55 inches, comes equipped with an Intel Xeon W Cascade Lake-X processor, an Apple T2 security chip, an “Apple X2 Accelerator,” AMD Firepro-X memory, as well as DD45 SO-DIMM memory. Will this be the hardware shown at WWDC 2019? You’ll have to tune in on June 3rd. Read more to see the full slide.
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The DJI Osmo Action has been leaked ahead of its official reveal later this week on May 15th. It’s speculated to feature a 1/2.3-inch Sony IMX377 12-megapixel CMOS image sensor and can record video at up to 4K @ 60fps and 120fps @ 1080p. The Ambarella H2 image processing chip include an image stabilization system and also comes equipped with a dual LCD display as well as a 145-degree capturing angle (f2.8) lens. Read more for another picture and additional information.
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Apple is set to debut three new iPhone models in September, and they’re expected to be successors to the XS / XS Max / XR. The iPhone 11 Max is expected to feature an OLED display, a USB-C port, and the previously rumored triple-lens camera system. Some case manufacturers have already begun producing prototypes with the triple camera module out back, with one being spotted by Slashleaks. Read more for a video and additional information.
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Adidas is releasing several sneakers based on the Pokemon series, just in time for the Detective Pikachu movie release. The one you see above features a large embroidered Pikachu character, and of course a hidden Pokeball inside the tongue. So far, there’s no official confirmation on what characters other than Pikachu and Squirtle will be released, but we’re assuming that if the demand is there, they’ll be releasing dozens of characters possibly. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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Here’s a first unofficial look at the rumored Viking-themed Assassin’s Creed Ragnarök game, courtesy of seven new leaked screenshots from a pre-alpha build. According to inside sources, Northern Europe (Great Britain included), Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland will be offered as DLC and split into different”“Kingdoms”. Players assume the role of Ragnar Lodbrok, a member of the Great Heathen Army who becomes an assassin and is equipped with a hidden blade. Read more for the other screenshots and additional information.
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Google’s Pixel 3a XL has leaked ahead of its official I/O event unveiling on May 7th. These units (“Purple-ish” and “Just Black) were spotted at a Best Buy store in Springfield, Ohio in plain view. The 5.6-inch Pixel 3a ($399) and 6-inch 3a XL ($479) feature Snapdragon 670 and 710 processors, respectively, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, as well as the same Pixel Visual Core powering the cameras on current Pixel 3 devices. Read more for a video and additional information.
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Sure, the Ford Mustang isn’t a vehicle you would normally associate with SUVs, but if the leaks are true, an all-electric model could be coming sooner than you think to take on the next-generation Tesla Model X. Russian automotive media outlet Kolesa rendered this concept, and as you can see the Mustang’s front and rear fascias remain, while adding a sloping SUV-style roof. Read more to see the back and for additional information.
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New images of an unannounced folding Motorola RAZR smartphone appear to have surfaced, courtesy of SlashLeaks. In addition to the handset, we see a wireless charging station and various accessories. This alleged RAZR V4 is reported to have a $1,500 price tag and folds vertically rather than horizontally like its competition, thus making it even more portable, reminiscent of the company’s old flip phones. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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Mark Cerny, chief architect of the PS4 and the upcoming PS5, has just leaked new details about Sony’s next-generation console. In addition to boasting vastly improved CPU / GPU performance, increased system memory, the game console is reportedly going to offer 8K resolution and 3D audio, all powered by an AMD Ryzen-based chip with 8 cores on the new 7nm Zen 2 micro-architecture. The GPU is an adapted variant of the Radeon Navi family, complete with support for ray tracing. It’s expected to hit the market some time in 2020. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.