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LG Working on Foldable Smartphones with Flexible Displays, Rumor

LG is rumored to be working on a foldable smartphone with flexible display that would be unveiled in the first half of next year. A report by ETNews reveals that LG might be unveiling such smartphones next year.

This wouldn't be the first time that LG takes it to the next level and creates a smartphone with an interesting display, the LG G Flex had a curved screen and made quite the impression on the market. The G Flex line of smartphones came with plastic OLED displays that allowed them to be flexible and not break under pressure.

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Iris Scanner on the Galaxy Note 7 Leaks in Video

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 is surely one of the most anticipated smartphones to be unveiled in less than two weeks and one of its main selling points is the iris scanner. A new leaked videos shows how the iris recognition technology works on the Galaxy Note 7 the flat display prototype, not the curved screen variant.

The video was posted on Weibo (via @stagueve) and it shows how the iris scanner on the upcoming smartphone works. The iris scanner has been rumored for quite some time, as the Note 7 will be the first Galaxy Note smartphone to sport such a feature. However, it won't be the first Samsung Galaxy device to have an iris scanner, since earlier this year Samsung released the Galaxy Tab Iris in India.

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WhatsApp Beta Comes With Voicemail and Call Back

Facebook owned messaging app, WhatsApp constantly gets updates and new features aimed at helping the application stay among the top chat apps out there. The latest WhatsApp beta version comes with some new and exciting features.

The new update to WhatsApp brings voicemail and call back features to the application. The two features were rumored back in April, but it seems that Facebook decided to implement them now, according to Phone Radar. Version 2.16.189 comes with the option for callers to use voicemail or call back features in case the person they've called failed to answer the phone.

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