This alleged benchmark test for Google’s Taimen, a new Pixel, indicates a Snapdragon 835 is on-board

It’s pretty obvious that Google plans on using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 for its 2017 phones. Most flagships released from here on out will have it. But, if you needed unofficial confirmation, we have that for you. Results from a benchmark test for Taimen, one member from the upcoming trio, leaked online. The results tell us exactly what processor is present, how fast the component can operate, and which version of Android is running.

Google’s possible Fuchsia OS has a crazy new Armadillo UI

With Google I/O right around the corner, it’s not unusual to see some interesting things related to the Mountain View tech giant pop up around the internet. You may have heard rumblings here and there about Google’s mysterious and confusing new OS called Fuchsia. While very little was, and still is, known about what exactly this OS could be, thanks to Kyle Bradshaw over at Hotfix we now have a glimpse of the possible new UI.

ZTE Axon 8 may have surfaced on TENAA site

A new device showed up on the TENAA site, the Chinese equivalent of the FCC database with information about device’s submitted for certification, and it may be this year’s ZTE flagship smartphone. The device is listed in the TENAA database as the A2018. The ZTE Axon 7 was originally listed as the A2017. Besides the model number similarities, the design revealed in  photos and overall size point to this device being the successor to the Axon 7, which is likely to be called the Axon 8.

Fitbit’s upcoming smartwatch and headphones have leaked

We haven’t seen any genuine new hardware from Fitbit since their Pebble acquisition, and after all of the financially troubling rumors about the company, there were some questions about when to actually expect anything.

Well, there’s still no solid info about Fitbit’s next set of fitness tracking wearables, but some new photos will at least give us a glimpse at what they’re working on.

Possible OnePlus 5 camera samples pop up online

OnePlus 5 rumors are ramping up as we get closer to something being officially announced, and the next leak gives us a nice sneak preview of what the flagship killer’s next camera can do. A handful of photos have surfaced online, shot from a smartphone with the model number A5000. Remember that the OnePlus 3 has the model number A3000, and we’re likely going to skip the number 4 due to some complex Chinese cultural issues.