So you have most likely seen or heard of the leaks of a new watch by drone manufacturer DJI. These leaks were most prominent by “leaker” Osita LV who has posted many photos on Twitter of the watch. However the question remains, will the watch be released?
Is it real? Well, let’s take a look at some more images of the watch. Here are some photos below that let us see the watch in more detail when we look at the watch we can see many hints of an R&D model/prototype.
The “DJI” logo on the lower front of the watch looks pixelated and not the high standard DJI would normally push out. This with the overall look of the watch does not keep with the look and feel of other DJI products and instead looks bulky and heavy.
This, however, could be because of a “false” case around the watch to protect its real look. Sounds familiar? Yes, it is what Apple has done with many iPhones in the past to make them look like the previous model when testing and many other phone manufacturers do as well.
DJI has made massive strides in the industry before changing the way people view aerial platforms and videography, however, their target market isn’t looking for a watch. We saw this with the DJI Osmo Action, which although was a great camera when you put it up against a market leader like Go Pro it falls short due to Go Pro dominating so much of the action camera market.
So is DJI making a watch? Our verdict, no. We think this may be a device DJI wanted to release but could not find the market for. However, ultimately we will never know until DJI makes an announcement.
Apple Airpower “isn’t dead” according to reliable sources
So remember when Apple was going to release the new revolutionary Airpower? Well according to a new leak, it may be back on!
On March 22md tech YouTuber Jon Prosser tweeted the following
Some of you will be wondering how trustworthy this leak is, well Jon has given it five toilet rolls meaning this source has been reliable in the past.
Of course, we cannot say for sure if it will be back given the issues they had with the first version regarding overheating. However, with developments being made daily at these large tech firms, it is safe to say they have most likely left the product on the review pile for future releases.
What do you think about Airpower? Do you think it is worth it? Tweet us your thoughts at @updater_tech.
Samsung Odyssey VR Headset leaked images and rumours
Samsung has recently filed new patents for their new VR headset that could be released later this year. The images found showcase the new bug-like design which looks very futuristic.
However, with these images, we found some further ones that could lead us to believe there will be an updated Odyssey headset as well.
These images clearly show a Samsung device with headphones and a fully adjustable head strap just like the Odyssey and have new features over the previous version.
We have also seen the following renders in with the pattern hinting at a new VR headset design that looks very bug-like.
So what do you think about these leaks? Is Samsung planning a new Odyssey headset? Get in touch via Twitter and Instagram.
Could this be the new Google Pixel 5?
YouTuber “Front Page Tech” has released photos in one of their latest videos that shows an alleged Google Pixel 5 phone 9 months before they are set to announce it.
Google release phones around October every year, with their Pixel 4 just being released the company will clearly be focusing on the next new model.
This is where Jon comes in, and shows the world this new design. We have to say, we are not fans!
Jon Prosser from the YouTube channel “Front Page Tech” has mentioned that this may not be the final model as Google does normally produce 3 different versions to pitch to the higher-ups.
However, even if this is just one of those suggestions, it leads you to wonder what the others will look like as this seems to be a very brave move for the company.
This design although inticing may not be the final version and even if it is, has Google been to brave on their styling for customers to buy it.
So when will this phone be released? Well, Google normally releases the phone in October time however we are expecting a newer Google Pixel 4a in roughly 3 months time as well.
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