OnePlus 5 Release Leak, essential handset from Android co-founder, Intel Core-X series and more: your daily 360

Another time, another leak from OnePlus 5. This time it’s the release date of OnePlus 5. According to a leaked internal email, the company’s last major killer is out on June 15. If this is true, it means it will be available in just two weeks. In addition, a company tweet suggests a major shift in how low light shots are taken. Interesting times ahead for those in the field of the Android smartphone.

Intel Core-X series desktop CPUs unveiled include new Core i9 chips
The rumors were real. At Computex 2017, Intel unveiled its new high-end processor offering with the Core-X series along with the new X299 chipset. Typically, Intel’s high-end CPUs have been a lagging generation of what is available to the mainstream. Now, Intel brings its high-end SKUs on par with the architecture seen on the main line with the Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X processors. India’s prices and availability will be announced in the coming months.


Essential Phone with Modular Accessories released by ‘Father of Android’ Andy Rubin
Andy Rubin, known to be the “Father of Android” by many, left Google to start his own company, Essential Products. One of the first devices from it is called the Essentially called Phone. State-of-the-art sports specs, such as a Snapdragon 835 SoC, comes with a free-beveling screen and complimentary sports modules, such as a 360-degree camera. There is the Essential Home too. It is a smart speaker with a large screen running a new operating system called OS Ambient.

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