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Huawei Mate X should be released in two versions and have leaked prices

Speculated to be launched in China next Wednesday, October 23, Huawei Mate X had its prices leaked on Monday (21) and will reach the Asian country in two versions, according to the source.

According to the Huawei Central website , one of the informants confirms the date for this week. In addition, the Chinese-branded folding smartphone would have a more basic model equipped with the Kirin 980 chipset + Balong 5000 5G modem, and another more sophisticated one with Kirin 990 5G chipset .

Alleged Prices

The variant with the older platform would be priced at 9,999 Yuan (~ $ 5,800), while the version that comes with the company's latest high-end chipset would reach 13,999 Yuan (~ $ 8,200).

Compared to what was announced in Europe in February this year, Mate X would have a significant reduction in its value - in both editions. At the time, the Huawei folding was announced for € 2,299 (~ $ 10,600).


In its technical specs presented earlier this year, the Huawei Mate X features a 6.6-inch primary and 6.38-inch secondary display with a total of 8 inches; 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal storage.

Its photo lens set consists of three 40 MP + 16 MP (ultra-wide) + 8 MP (telephoto) cameras, plus a ToF sensor for depth effects. To top it off, there is the 4,500 mAh dual battery and Android 9 Pie as operating system.

What are your expectations for the release of Mate X? Share with us your opinion! 

OnePlus will produce a dual-mode 5G smartphone, just like Oppo

OnePlus has confirmed that it will produce a 5G dual-mode smartphone and will present it in China later this year. It is particularly interesting news when compared to the practically identical one disclosed by Oppo a few days ago . Meanwhile, it is good to explain what "dual-mode" means: a modem of this type is able to connect both to NSA networks (Non-Standalone, which before connecting to 5G must pass through a previous generation network) and to those SA (Standalone). The NSA networks were designed as an intermediate solution to guarantee 5G an early arrival on the market.

Few additional details released by OnePlus. In his interview, Pete Lau (founder and CEO) said it will be presented in China in the fourth quarter, but did not specify whether it will remain exclusive to that market or when it will actually be put up for sale. Mystery also on the name .

Given that OnePlus and Oppo are very closely linked (in particular, smartphones from a couple of years ago were almost difficult to distinguish ), it is very easy to assume that the project being developed is in fact unique, which will then be customized according to the tastes of each producer. If so, it is therefore likely that even in this smartphone we will find a SoC in some ways surprising, since it will not be a top of the range: it should be called Snapdragon 7250 , and it will be midrange. For now there are no details on the specifications.


The OnePlus 7T is now available for purchase in the U.S.

OnePlus announced its newest flagship handset, the 7T, on September 26. As promised, it begins shipping today. You can pick up an unlocked unit from the firm's website, or you can grab one from T-Mobile.

The OnePlus 7T includes the buttery-smooth 90Hz OLED display that was previously only found in the OnePlus 7 Pro. It's 1080p on the non-Pro though, rather than 1440p. If you do want those extra pixels, there is a OnePlus 7T Pro, but it's not coming to the U.S.

It has a triple-lens camera in a new circular housing, with the main sensor coming in at 48 megapixels. Additionally, it has a 16MP 117-degree wide-angle lens, and a 12MP 2x zoom lens. Naturally, it supports things like 4K 60fps video capture, OIS, and EIS.

The 7T is powered by Qualcomm's newest chipset, the Snapdragon 855+, an SoC that's really built for gaming phones. It also comes with 8GB RAM and a 3,800mAh battery; moreover, it supports Warp Charge 30T, which OnePlus says is 23% faster than Warp Charge 30.

All of this comes in at a $599 price point. You can check it out on, and you can pick it up from T-Mobile. It comes in Glacier Blue and Frosted Silver.

Nokia may launch smartphone with waterfall screen, rumor reveals

About a month ago, we saw the officialization by Chinese Vivo of the first device with the concept of waterfall screen presented by the brand , aiming to considerably increase the utilization in body / screen ratio.

Following this trend, recent rumors point out that Nokia's HMD Global may follow the same path and present a concept similar to the Vivo NEX 3.

According to the recent conceptual renderings, the handset will feature a tiny upper edge for the availability of sensors, camera, speaker and logo (right-aligned). From the bottom, you can see a subtle edge, narrower than the top view of the device.

Another aspect of rendering is the underside of the device, featuring a USB-C cable slot, a right-aligned speaker, and a microphone for capturing audio during calls. It is also noticeable that the handset apparently will not feature P2 input, a trend that is gradually being adopted by brands.

It is also possible to see in the images a partial rear, revealing the cameras housed in the traditional round frame, thus referring to the already discontinued Nokia 1020 combined with Nokia 9 Pureview, thanks to multiple cameras with Zeiss lens.

For now, there is no conclusive information about the arrival of a Nokia handset in this way but it would really be curious to see the brand betting on something so bold on their handsets.

So, what is your opinion about the images? Would you like such a device or find it unnecessary? Tell us in the comments!


Realme: the smartphone with 64MP cam will be announced on August 8th | official

The first smartphone in the world with 64MP cam made by Realme will be unveiled on 8 August 2019 . The announcement was made by the same Chinese company, which on Twitter confirmed the event to be held in New Delhi. The device will feature a quadruple rear camera with vertically arranged sensors.

The first information on this smartphone had emerged in mid-June thanks to Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme India, who had confirmed the development of the device anticipating the presence of a photographic compartment equipped with a 64MP GW1 main sensor , 1/1 size , 72 "and 1.6 micron pixels .

The remaining hardware specifications that make up the technical data sheet of the product are unknown, at least for the time being. Appointment therefore to next August 8 to discover all details of this unusual Realme smartphone.


DJI Osmo Mobile 3: first images from the FCC certification

DJI would be completing preparations for the launch of its new smartphone stabilizer , now in its third generation more than a year after Osmo Mobile 2 was released . Not wanting to count the small parenthesis represented by Osmo Pocket , the new model has recently obtained certification from the FCC body.

As reported by blogger Dave Zatz, among the first to spread some images of the new stabilizer taken from the documentation, the grip would seem more ergonomic than the previous models , according to him completely redesigned on this Osmo Mobile 3, in order to be more comfortable.

The remaining elements should not differ too much from the past, the main controls are in fact always at your fingertips , and even the possibility of rotating the smartphone vertically - introduced with Osmo Mobile 2 - would not be missing even in this third version.

Other innovations will probably concern the battery life and a better optimization of the three-axis gimbal technology, useful to cancel the movement and make the shooting more stable. The FCC certification confirms an arrival in a short time , and considering that it is not long before the next IFA 2019 in Berlin, the Chinese company could point precisely to this fair for the official presentation.


Samsung Galaxy Fold's total sales worldwide should reach 1 million units

Samsung Galaxy Fold will try to divert attention from the new iPhone, the first 30 thousand smartphones will be available only in South Korea

Most recently, Samsung has officially confirmed that it has solved all the design flaws of the Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone, due out in September of this year.

The specific date is not named by the manufacturer, however, in a recent article from the Korean edition of The Investor, it is stated that the Samsung Galaxy Fold will be released at home on September 18, 19 or 20. These data surfaced in the course of communication of representatives of the Korean telecommunications company with Samsung.

It is worth paying attention to the fact that the Samsung Galaxy Fold should go on sale in the time interval between the announcement of the new iPhone smartphones and their actual appearance in stores.

Analysts from South Korea suggest that the first 20-30 thousand Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphones will be available exclusively on the South Korean market, where the total sales of the device should exceed 100,000 smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy Fold's total sales worldwide should reach 1 million units.

Google's Soli radar will be included in its Pixel 4 smartphones

Due out in October, Google has pretty much been developing its upcoming Pixel 4 handsets in the open. In fact, it even released the above renders on Twitter last month. Now, the Mountain View firm has announced some new features that will be included in the new devices.

The new features revolve around Soli, a motion-sensing radar. As Google points out, radar has been used for years for things like sensing aircrafts, and this is a scaled down version of that. The handsets will have a Motion Sense feature, which will let you do things like "skip songs, snooze alarms, and silence phone calls, just by waving your hand."

If you follow the smartphone industry closely, you'll surely draw some parallels to LG's G8 ThinQ, which had a similar feature called Air Motion, although it worked differently. Hopefully, it will work better than we found that LG's implementation worked in our review.

With Soli, Google is also promising better facial recognition. Rather than forcing users to lift their phone before ever scanning their face, the Pixel 4 will sense you reaching for your phone and it will start looking for your face immediately. Google also made a point of saying that the images used for facial recognition are never sent back to its services, and it's all stored securely on your device.

If Google follows its previous patterns, there should be a Made By Google event in early October this year where the Pixel 4 series of smartphones will be announced.

The user manual contains the most detailed list of Samsung Galaxy Note10 + specifications

Stylus S-Pen, like the smartphone itself, is characterized by the degree of protection IP68

The site Slashleaks published the most detailed list of characteristics of the flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy Note10 +, which was taken from the official user guide.

So, the Samsung Galaxy Note10 will be equipped with a Samsung Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED screen with a diagonal of 6.8 inches and a resolution of 3040 x 1440 pixels. It supports HDR10 extended dynamic range, has a blue filter and is protected by Gorilla Glass 6.

Specifically, this Samsung Galaxy Note10 + is equipped with a single-chip Samsung Exynos 9825 system, 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of fast UFS 3.0 flash memory. The battery capacity is 4300 mAh. The smartphone supports 45-watt wired charging and 20-watt wireless.

Stylus S-Pen, like the smartphone itself, is characterized by the degree of protection IP68. It recognizes 4096 degrees of depression, the delay does not exceed 70 ms. It supports gesture control, translation functions and smart selection.

Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is built under the surface of the screen, and the smartphone also recognizes users by faces. He received AKG stereo speakers, support for Dolby Atomos and all popular audio formats.

Image sensors of 12, 16 and 12 megapixel resolution will be installed in the main camera. The main module will have a variable aperture from F / 1.5 to F / 2.4. Two more lenses have an aperture of F / 2.2 and F / 2.1. A 10 megapixel front camera got a lens with an aperture of F / 2.1. The main camera will support video in 4K resolution at 60 fps with an extended dynamic range.

Dimensions of the smartphone are 162.3 x 77.1 x 7.9 mm with a mass of 198 g. Out of the box, the smartphone will run Android 9 Pie with the One UI shell.

The announcement will take place on August 7, and the Samsung Galaxy Note10 + will go on sale on August 23.

Xiaomi, TENAA certified 5G smartphone: it could be new Mi Mix

A mysterious Xiaomi smartphone with model number M1908F1XE appeared in the TENAA database. No specific techniques are reported, except that it will have new-generation cellular connectivity , ie 5G . We know that this is a very sophisticated and still niche technology, basically reserved for the top of the range (for example, take Mate 20 X 5G , Galaxy S10 5G , Oppo Reno 5G and the same Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G ), which narrows the field to a limited number of devices. The most plausible hypothesis is Xiaomi Mi Mix 4, a terminal that should be presented this fall and that historically ranks at the top end of the market.

The similarity with the code name of Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S , which was M1803D5XE, however, leaves the possibilities open to even a Mi Mix 3S. In fact, Xiaomi's plans are not entirely clear: it is a foregone conclusion that a new smartphone from the Mi Mix family is in development , and the timing makes the hypothesis Mi Mix 4 more plausible, but for now we are moving a lot in uncertainty . It is true that Wang Teng, senior executive of Xiaomi, turned to his fans on Weibo talking about the device on two occasions, and hinting at the possibility of a periscopic camera and a "record" wireless charging, faster than seen in any other smartphone on the market to date. They look like changes from a new model, not a simple refresh. We'll see.


MacBook Pro 16 ": keys with scissor mechanism and debut in September | Rumor

The waltz of rumors continues incessantly about the 16 "MacBook Pro : the rumor that would like a release early in September , as initially supposed by IHS Markit (see article below) and as reiterated by Digitimes in these last hours According to the source, in fact, Apple would have asked Quanta to produce the laptop, making it ready for the debut already in late summer.

According to the latest information, Apple would have completely changed the butterfly mechanism that distinguishes the latest generations of Macbook keyboards. The new 16-inch, and suppose the whole new generation, could adopt a scissor system able to improve not only the comfort of writing but, above all, the resistance of the keys. The problem of the butterfly system is in fact linked to its fragility and its rather short duration.


Apple 16-inch MacBook Pro could arrive this October, and could be the most expensive ever : according to the Taiwanese financial newspaper , the starting price would be over $ 3,000 . The sources, to be found as usual among suppliers , indicate that the laptop will still be equipped with an LCD display, not OLED, and that will have a resolution of 3,072 x 1,920 pixels.The material production will be divided between Foxconn and Quanta, two of the largest electronic device manufacturers in the world, who work regularly for Apple and other large companies in the sector.

Most of the juicy information, such as technology / display size and release window, has been substantially disclosed in the past by other sources. IHS Markit had made substantially similar forecasts , indicating however the arrival in September instead of October (they could also have reasons both: a date could refer to the presentation and one to the actual availability).

In any case, since 2012 , when Apple withdrew the 17 "MacBook Pro , users of the Apple have 15" displays as the maximum size available.


MediaTek Helio G: mobile gaming SoCs should arrive on July 30th

MediaTek's new mobile SoC family dedicated to gaming could be the protagonist of the event that the chipmaker will hold in a few days, on July 30th. The series should be called Helio G (G as Gaming, of course) and a first model has already been sighted. In fact, a teaser published a few days ago spoke of Helio G90 , without revealing any technical details. Also the new teaser, visible here on the side, has a clearly gaming matrix, which supports the theory that Helio G will be the protagonists of the event.

The niche of mobile hardware specialized in gaming is expanding: even if it was not without improved aspects ( updates in the first place ), the arrival of the first dedicated smartphones (including ASUS ROG Phone 1 and 2 , Xiaomi Black Shark 1 and 2 , Razer Phone 1 and 2 ) gave the market a shock that even the chipmakers seem to have noticed. The main advantages of some of the latest SoCs presented, such as Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus and HiSilicon Kirin 810, are found just on the GPU side. Appointment then in a few days to find out how the Helio G. family will be structured.


Leaked Galaxy Note10+ 5G image shows inclusion of free Note10 with Verizon pre-orders

There has been no shortage of leaks regarding Samsung's upcoming flagship phone, the Note10. Over the course of the past few months, we've seen reports on one of its variants sporting a quad-camera set-up on its rear, leaked images indicating there will no headphone jack, and even a spec sheet for both the Note10 and the Note10+ being revealed.

Now, prolific leaker Evan Blass has tweeted (protected account) a promotional image of the phone, showcasing an interesting deal, specifically with regards to Note10+ 5G pre-orders.

Apparently, Verizon will once again be the first U.S. carrier to start shipping the handset. This makes sense, given its nearly two-month period of exclusivity for the Galaxy S10 5G. While Verizon offered it in May, other carriers like T-Mobile only started rolling it out nearing the end of June. As such, it seems like something similar could occur in the case of the Note10+ 5G as well.

There's further information revealed through the image as well; apparently, people who pre-order the phone from Verizon will be getting a standard Note10 for free. This is also probably the reason why both variants have been showcased in the image, with the front-facing one being the Note10+ 5G, while the other one with its backside being displayed looking to be the Note10, given their difference in size.

The promotional offer hasn't been officially announced by Verizon yet, and there's no guarantee that this leak turns out to be accurate. However, we should learn more about it in the coming weeks. Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event will be held on August 7, and it's all but confirmed that the headlining device for the event will be the Note10. You can watch the live stream here, starting at 4 p.m. EST / 1:30a.m. IST.


Apple's rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro could launch in October for $3,000

Back in February, we started hearing rumors that Apple is working on a 16-inch variant of its MacBook Pro. A new report from Economic Daily News (via 9to5Mac) adds some context to the story today, suggesting that Apple could launch the new portable PC this October, with a starting price tag of around $3,000.

According to the report, the new 16-inch model will have a 3072x1920 display, a bump up from the 2880x1800 resolution of the 15-inch MacBook Pro. Of course, it should keep the same pixel density, which is what you'd expect from a screen that Apple calls Retina.

The price is somewhat interesting as well. The current 15-inch MacBook Pro starts at $2,399, so it's unclear if the new 16-inch MacBook Pro is meant to replace its slightly smaller sibling, or if it's meant to stand beside it as a beefier option.

According to the report, Apple is also planning to refresh the MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro at the same time. One thing expected for the Pro is an option for 32GB RAM; however, that timeline should also line up with the release of Intel's 10nm Ice Lake processors.


ASUS announces the ROG Phone II with a Snapdragon 855 Plus and 120Hz OLED display

ASUS's original ROG Phone last year included an overclocked model of the Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform, so when the company announced the ROG Phone II today, it shouldn't come as a surprise that the firm used a Snapdragon 855 Plus. The chipset is an overclocked variant of the Snapdragon 855 that's designed for mobile gaming, and along with the faster clock speed, it promises 15% better GPU performance on the Adreno 640.

The firm hasn't yet released official press images of the device, but the design is similar to last year's model. The screen is improved. Rather than a 90Hz OLED display, it now has a 6.59-inch 120Hz 1080p OLED display, with a 240Hz touch sampling rate. It supports 10-bit HDR, but more importantly, the company says that it has the lowest latency of any phone at 49ms.

Other than that, the ROG Phone II packs 12GB RAM, 512GB of storage, a 6,000mAh battery, and a 48-megapixel camera. Pricing and availability in the U.S. aren't official yet, but Engadget reports that it's launching in Taiwan on August 1 for NT$26,990, or about $870 USD. Last year it was more expensive at NT$31,990.

ASUS is also launching some new accessories, such as the TwinView Dock II, which provides a dual-screen experience. There's also a new ROG Kunai Gamepad controller.


Samsung Galaxy Space with Windows 10 spotted on Geekbench with an unannounced ARM processor

Samsung's Galaxy Book2 was definitely one of the better Windows on ARM PCs to be released so far, being one of only three Snapdragon 850 PCs and packing a Super AMOLED display. But it appears that the Korean company might have something new in store from the Windows on ARM department called the Galaxy Space, as was spotted on Geekbench by Windows Latest.

Not much is known about the Galaxy Space, and the Geekbench listing doesn't tell us much. It comes with 8GB RAM, a 2.84GHz octa-core processor with the identifier "Virtual CPU Family 15 Model 4 Stepping 10", and a 32-bit version of Windows 10 Home. It has a single-core score of 2,011 and a multi-core score of 6,047. Nothing that exists fits this profile.

First of all, "Family 15 Model 4 Stepping 10" only refers to some old Intel Pentium 4 desktop processors from circa 2005. While the clock speed is similar, those 90nm processors obviously weren't octa-core.

In fact, the only thing here that implies it's an Intel chipset at all is that it was a 32-bit version of Geekbench running on a 32-bit version of Windows 10. Windows on ARM is 64-bit, and that's what you need to run emulated x86 apps. But this is an octa-core chipset, something that Intel only does with the Core i9, and these cores aren't even close to what you'd get from Intel's most powerful CPU.

A Snapdragon 850 also doesn't make sense here. As you can see from the Galaxy Book2's listing on Geekbench, it has a 2.96GHz clock speed and it scores better in both single- and multi-core. While Qualcomm is still promising more Snapdragon 850 machines, this seems to be a bit lower-end.

The best conclusion to draw from the given information is either that the data is incomplete - something that is somewhat common in benchmarks for unreleased products or products being tested - or that it's using an unannounced chipset. If it is indeed a Qualcomm chipset that's lower-end than a Snapdragon 850, it could be the Snapdragon 7c that was alluded to last year. After all, Qualcomm has long promised multiple tiers for its PC platforms, something it says it would need in order to compete in the mainstream PC space.


Motorola One Action key specs revealed through Android Enterprise Directory

Key specs of an upcoming smartphone from Motorola, the One Action, has been confirmed through a listing on the Android Enterprise Solutions Directory. The listing indicates that the device has already received Android certification from Google, meaning Motorola may be formally announcing it in the near future.

An accompanying image was also revealed by the listing (see photo above), showing a display with a hole-punch camera cutout on the upper left corner. If it looks familiar to you, that is because its front design takes after the Motorola One Vision, announced in May of this year.

Like the One Vision, the new smartphone sports a 6.3-inch display. Under the hood, it also packs 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Other features of the device are NFC support and fingerprint scanner, among others.

It runs Android 9.0 Pie, of course, though the rest of its specs such as the processor and camera sensor remain unconfirmed. Nonetheless, a recent Geekbench listing showed the device would be powered by an eight-core SoC clocked at 1.64GHz.


One more! New variant of Vivo iQOO NEO appears in TENAA with 4GB of RAM

After launching its new line of smartphones aimed at the public gamer at the beginning of last March with Vivo iQOO , Vivo decided to surprise us a few weeks ago with another launch of the line, introducing to the world the iQOO Neo , smartphone equipped with Snapdragon 845 aimed at reaching a lower price range but still focused on players.

However, it seems that the Chinese giant is still not satisfied with the price of the device and, according to a new record found in TENNA - a new certification with 4 GB of RAM should appear in soon on the market, appearing next to the 6 and 8 GB versions presented earlier this month of July.

With this, it is expected that the sale price of the device will fall even further with the new variant, from CNY 1,798, about $261 in direct conversion, reaching CNY 1,500, approximately $217. A difference of more than $57reais if taken into account the conversion.

But that must be the only cut seen in the new version. Although these details were not revealed along with the certification, it appears that the variant should rely on the same technologies as its sibling siblings, bringing the fast load of 22.5W proprietary Vivo, FlashCharge, and even the new display technology which aims to increase user comfort, the “ DC dimming ”.

In addition to these, the minimum storage capacity should remain the same, 128 GB, enabling the consumer to buy the version with less RAM, paying cheaper, without giving up a good amount of storage.

And you, what do you think of the prices practiced by Vivo for its new line of smartphones? Tell us your opinion here in the comments.

Lenovo signs dual-screen foldable device patent

Lenovo was the first major manufacturer to introduce the world to a folding notebook with Windows . So it's no wonder that the company has been recording a number of curious patents involving this type of device.

This week, the Chinese giant has requested another record for a "two-screen electronic device with display control method." According to the documentation available, when using two displays , the device can gain some extra features.

The images that were attached to the patent application also confirm that this device keeps a certain resemblance to the ZTE Axon M . For those who do not remember, the Chinese smartphone was the first in the world to have two screens .

Documents from the United States Patent Office also provide a brief description of Lenovo . Check out:

The apparatus includes: a first display screen with a physical edge; a second display screen with a second physical edge; and a processor, configured to control the display of the first display screen and the second display screen. One mode of use: the first display screen is user-friendly, while the second display is positioned on the backside of the first display.

In general terms, this device is practically the same as ZTE Axon M , and the biggest differences can be the size of the displays and the operating system.

It is worth remembering that simply registering a patent does not always indicate that the manufacturer is actually planning to launch a product on the market. Therefore, we emphasize that in many cases, these ideas end up being "shelved" .


Under the HTC brand, four smartphones will come out with basic features.

HTC is preparing to introduce four smartphones that will be included in the Wildfire series. Last time it was updated in 2011.

Specifications for HTC Wildfire E:
  • Dimensions : 147.86 × 71.4 × 8.9 mm 
  • Display : 5.45 ", 1440 × 720 (18: 9)
  • Processor : 8-core Spreadtrum SC9863, 1.6 GHz
  • Memory : 2 GB RAM, 32 GB Permanent
  • Camera : 13 + 2 Mp (main double), 5 Mp (front)
  • Battery : 3000 mAh
  • Connectivity : Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, LTE, headphone jack, Dual SIM

Specifications for HTC Wildfire E Plus:
  • Dimensions : 160.4 × 67.3 × 8.7 mm
  • Display : 5.99 ", 1440 × 720 (18: 9)
  • Processor : 4-core MediaTek Helio A22, 2 GHz, PowerVR GE8320
  • Memory : 2 GB RAM, 32 GB Permanent
  • Camera : 13 + 2 Mp (main double), 5 Mp (front)
  • Battery : 3000 mAh
  • Connectivity : Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, LTE, headphone jack, Dual SIM

Specifications for HTC Wildfire E1:
  • Display : 6.088 ", 1560 × 720 (19.5: 9)
  • Processor : 4-core MediaTek Helio A22, 2 GHz, PowerVR GE8320
  • Memory : 3 GB RAM, 32 GB Permanent
  • Camera : 16 megapixel (main), 8 megapixel (front)
  • Battery : 3000 mAh
  • Connectivity : Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, LTE, headphone jack, Dual SIM

Specifications for HTC Wildfire:
  • Display : 6.217 ", 1520 × 720 (19: 9)
  • Processor : 8-core MediaTek Helio P23, 2.3 GHz, Mali-G71
  • Memory : 3 GB DDR4 RAM, 32 GB Permanent
  • Camera : 16 + 5 megapixel (main dual), 16 megapixel (front)
  • Battery : 3500 mAh
  • Connectivity : Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, LTE, headphone jack, Dual SIM

All of the new items listed will be sold officially in Russia. At the beginning of June, an entry on the registration of ten smartphones appeared on the website of the Notification Registry of the characteristics of ECE encryption tools : Wildfire E, Wildfire E Plus, Wildfire E1, Wildfire E1 Plus, Wildfire E2, Wildfire E2 Plus, Wildfire E3, Wildfire E3 Plus, Wildfire R and Wildfire R Plus.

In March 2019, a rumor appeared about a possible transfer of rights to the HTC brand to Indian manufacturers under license.