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The OnePlus 3 and its accessories are facing some unforseen delays in the UK, unrelated to the Brexit. OnePlus has issued a clarification regarding these delays which are caused due to the high demand, schedule misalignment and output delays. The company has offered a few respite to the affected customers, including free shipping, discount vouchers and even return of priority shipping fees. Processing time is expected to normalize in the next week.
Recent rumors have suggested that Android N's official release will also come with a redesigned navigation bar (yet again). For anyone running CM12, CM13, or any custom ROM with the CyanogenMod Theme Engine, you can get this new redesigned nav bar on your device thanks to this free theme from Deepak Kaku.
BlackBerry has been rumored to be partnering with TCL and now we get a glimpse into their first product together. A recently uncovered WiFi certification form suggests a device with the same model number as Hamburg (STH100-2) is being produced by TCL (the same company who manufactures ALCATEL products).
Back in March, we learned that Samsung wanted to restructure their corporate culture as they felt it wasn't as efficient as it could be. Today, it's being reported that this change has started to go into effect. nOW, 7 job titles will be reduced down to 4, and they'll be adding the Korean suffix "nim" to all titles to help promote "horizontal communication" and to "increase work efficiency."
Huawei's next big Honor smartphone, the Honor 8, was recently rumored to be launched on July 5th. Now, the company is starting to tease the upcoming device so this adds some credibility to its rumored July 5th launch date. Other rumors suggest it will have a 5.2" 1080p display, Kirin 955 SoC, 4GB RAM, 32GB/64GB/128GB storage, 3,200mAh capacity battery and cost between $300 - $400 depending on the model.
Back in January, it was reported that HTC was going to spin off their VR division into its own separate company. This was debunked by an official HTC statement the next day, but it seems like HTC was planning on something similar. HTC's Global Sales President has now announced the HTC Vive division will become its own independent subsidiary
Samsung has already been supplying single camera modules to various smartphone manufacturers, but a new rumor says the company is ready to start selling dual camera modules in July. The rumor cites "industry sources" and claims Samsung will be selling them to both Xiaomi as well as LeEco starting next month. The rumor also says we'll likely see these modules in the Xiaomi Mi 5S.
Oculus was blocking owners of the HTC Vive from buying and playing Oculus Rift-exclusive games, but the company has now reversed its decision. The device checking features that were added recently are now removed. Oculus mentioned to The Verge that the decision to check for Rift hardware was consciously made for the long-term success of the VR industry.
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