This week we should learn when Samsung will finally release its first smartphone with a collapsible screen, Galaxy Fold. The handset was to launch last month, but in addition to being a terribly nasty handset, it also ended up being a piece of garbage. Hopefully when Samsung actually releases the $ 2,000 phone, it will just be ugly.
In addition to possibly the Galaxy Fold news, the most powerful Android smartphone this year will debut so far on Tuesday. OnePlus 7 Pro is rumored to be launching with two other new OnePlus models, and it is expected to have an exciting new all-purpose design that will be the first of its kind in the US.
Several other gorgeous new Android phones are set to hit store shelves in the coming months, including not one, but two new Galaxy Note 1
We will not return to any leaks we have seen so far, but here is a quick update:
Apples The new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max are expected to look almost exactly like the concept phone shown in the reproduction above and at the top of this post. They want designs that are identical to the current iPhone XS series front phones and the backside will be the same except for the new triple lens expected on both new iPhones. Aside from being large and square, the new camera setup is expected to be color matching to the back of the phone rather than black, as has always been the case on the iPhone lately. iPhone 11 R design leaks have told a similar story, but the new square camera has two lenses instead of three.
As far as a function goes, it's not too much to get excited about. We can expect more power and speed, of course, as well as a dramatically improved camera experience. Apart from that, we haven't heard too much interest. Several sources have argued that the new iPhone models will include reverse wireless charging like Samsung's Galaxy S10 phones, which is pretty straightforward. It is not very useful in the real world.
With all that in mind, we have two last leaks to tell you on Monday morning, which should help with any doubt that leaks we've seen so far are correct. First, Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman posted a picture of "alleged next iPhone case lists" on Twitter early Monday morning showing the designs of all three new 2019 iPhone models.
Here you look closer:
Although the source of these case studies was not named, they are believed to have been created using accurate next generation of iPhone forms stolen from the Foxconn factory where Apple's new iPhone models are being assembled. The iPhone 11 design is pictured to the left, and the iPhone 11 Max design can be seen on the right, while the iPhone 11R design and its two-lens camera setup are shown in the middle.
Also on note, a person who used to leak leaks about unreleased iPhone models, reemerged recently last week to post the following iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max case diagrams:
Again, this leak reinforces the same design leaks we have seen several times already in recent months. But it's still worth noting because the renders come from a source that has previously shared accurate information on unreleased iPhone models.