Cut-out pinhole designs from Samsung and Lenovo leak out online

First came the notch, and we all put up with a black shape at the top of our phone screens in return for some extra room on the display. Next, apparently, is the cut-out pinhole variation on the notch – a single hole for the front-facing camera, surrounded by screen.

We already know that these kind of phone designs are on the way (see the Huawei teaser image above), and we’ve even got a name in some cases: Samsung is describing the look as an Infinity-O display. However, we haven’t seen much in the way of actual hardware – until this weekend that is, as a flurry of leaked images hit the web in quick succession.

Starting with Samsung, we don’t have a picture of an actual device, but we do have screenshots logged with US regulators, showing a space in the top left corner. This is probably the design that will appear on the Samsung Galaxy A8s.

Smile, you’re on camera

Then there’s Lenovo – a grainy video of what is claimed to be the Lenovo Z5s just hit the web, showing a pinhole cut-out in the center up at the top of the screen. It gives you a good idea of what this kind of design is going to be like to use.

And earlier this week we saw what is supposedly being called the Huawei Nova 4 revealed in a live online broadcast from China – during birthday celebrations for singer Jackson Yee (look him up). Again you can see the phone display and its cut-out clearly on show, which suggests the phone is about to be launched, perhaps as early as next week.

The question now is which company will get a handset out of the door first. Both Samsung and Huawei have been keen to get that “first” badge of honor in the past (quad-lens camera, anyone?), so they have to be the favorites right now.

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Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury live stream: how to watch today’s boxing online from anywhere

It is ON! It feels like a lifetime ago since Deontay Wilder was facing off in the ring with Tyson Fury, thus confirming a massive title clash in December 2018. But the day has finally arrived, fight fans, and we couldn’t be more excited. It’s absolutely unmissable and we’ll tell you how to find a Wilder vs Fury live stream so you can watch from absolutely anywhere using this handy guide.

Deontay Wilder is the 40-0-0 champ, who has amassed 39 knockouts over a ten-year professional career; Tyson Fury is the erratic, unpredictable ‘King of the Gypsies’ looking to eclipse his finest night in a boxing ring three years ago. Now that we’ve got the customary feisty press conference out of the way, the pantomime can turn into pure theatre. Wilder and Fury have been sounding each other out for a heavyweight showdown for years, and finally, after negotiations between Wilder and Anthony Joshua were put on ice earlier this year, Fury has stepped into the frame to set up this juicy contest in Los Angeles. The winner is likely to fight Joshua in 2019, so there’s a whole lot more than just the WBC heavyweight title to play for. 

The explosive Wilder possibly doesn’t get the accolades his 40-0, 39 KOs record deserves, but seeing off the Gypsy King could go some way to change that. This is only Fury’s third fight since his two-and-a-half year absence, so it remains to be seen whether we’ll see the same sharpness and quality that famously defeated Wladimir Klitschko in 2015.

If you’re wondering how you can watch the fight live, that’s where TechRadar comes in. We’ll tell you your viewing options in the US, UK, Canada and Australia below, and will have a top tip for how to live stream Wilder vs Fury safely regardless of where you are in the world. 

Live stream the Wilder vs Fury fight from anywhere with a VPN 

How to watch Wilder vs Fury: US stream

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Main image courtesy of frankwarren.com

In less than 48 hours it will all be over. The build-up, the trash talk, the rabid anticipation of it all. Saturday night is Wilder vs Fury fight night. It’s unmissable and we’ll tell you how to find a Wilder vs Fury live stream so you can watch from absolutely anywhere using this handy guide.

TechRadar’s downloads advent calendar: get Ashampoo Burning Studio 2018 free

The holidays are an expensive time, so we’re bringing you a special treat: a full, free Windows program to download every day until Christmas.

The first door on our downloads advent calendar is hiding a free copy of Ashampoo Burning Studio 2018. Whatever you need to burn to disc – files, music or videos – this slick, well designed app can handle it. Download it and register with your email address to unlock the full free software.

  •  Download Ashampoo Burning Studio 2018 

Ashampoo Burning Studio 2018 can burn to CD, DVD and Blu-ray discs. It can copy existing discs, and even make backups that span multiple discs if you have a lot of data to burn.

Ashampoo Burning Studio 2018

The 2018 edition includes online searching to find cover art for music, a new customizable file browser for easier navigation, custom interface skins, an improved selection of burning settings, and a built-in Cover Studio for making your own booklets, case inserts and labels. 

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InMotion extends its $2.95 per month web hosting bargain – but only until Monday

We love it when a bargain becomes available on a web hosting service. And we really love it when the discount is on our number one favorite web hosting service. That’s exactly what happened on Cyber Monday, and we’ve now found out that the special offer has been extended for another few days.

It comes from InMotion, which has reduced its premium web hosting plans in excess of 50%. And the really exciting thing (for us, at least) is that the better than half price rate is EXCLUSIVELY for TechRadar readers.

So what’s the deal? It’s 57% off InMotion Power, which is the company’s best value plan. That takes the monthly price down to a mere $2.95 (around £2.30) when you sign up for a three year plan. With that, you get all the premium web hosting features you could need for a small business (or very serious hobby).

We’re talking themes, templates, SSD storage, SSL and a free domain all thrown in. InMotion Power gets you not one, not two, but six websites, unlimited emails, marketing tools, a security suite, unlimited bandwidth and unlimited storage. All this plus turbo charged speeds.

But remember, this web hosting deal is now set to end on Monday December 3. So if you know that you’re going to need a new website for you or your SME, it would pay dividends to get it sorted with InMotion this weekend.

Our EXCLUSIVE InMotion Power web hosting discount:

In addition to that, TechRadar readers can also get a 53% reduction on InMotion Pro – its most premium subscription – at a discounted rate of $7.49 (roughly £5.90) per month. Pro is an obvious upgrade for developers and growing businesses, as it adds unlimited websites doubled performance speeds and additional support in to the mix. 

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