The next iPhone could have a stunning back camera, and all the other news you’ve missed

Grab your morning coffee and look through the stories that made headlines this week
The next iPhone could have a stunning back camera, and all the other news you’ve

It’s the weekend and we know you want to play but need to keep up with all these news too. So what's a tech head got to do to keep up with the latest trends? We stepped in, kept ourselves busy and created this wrap-up for you. You're welcome!

The next iPhone’s camera might be the best yet

The next iPhone’s camera might be the best yet

The camera on a smartphone might just be the one feature  Instagram lovers use on a daily basis, and for you to capture stunning imagery, you need some stunning lenses. Apple might just be working on one on its next iPhone – and sources say it might even take pictures in DSLR quality.  

READ MORE: This might sound familiar – next iPhone’s camera could have a weird “two-lens system”

Nokia unveils its first tablet

Nokia unveils its first tablet

Nokia might be out of the smartphone making space, but it’s not totally disappeared as yet. It’s attempting to make its mark in the tablet space, with the unveiling of its new Nokia N1 tablet. Even though it looks similar to the iPad mini and has the same sceen resolution, it runs on Android and has a bunch of other cool features. 

READ MORE: Nokia N1 tablet: Looks like an iPad mini, runs on Android L

Snapchat takes a bold step into in-app payments

Snapchat takes a bold step into in-app payments

Snapchat has finally made its much-awaited move. As we all already know, the company filed patents for payment-centric trademarks a few months ago, and now has officially unveiled SnapCash, its in-app payments venture. The solution was created in partnership with Square, but will only be made available in the US for now.

READ MORE: Snapchat ventures into friend-to-friend payments with SnapCash

Leaks of the Xiaomi Mi5 surface

Leaks of the Xiaomi Mi5 surface

We’re yet to see the Xiaomi Mi4 on our shores but news of its purported successor is making the rumour mill spin. The Xiaomi Mi5 has been said to be pictured in the production line and apparently, it will boast some pretty impressive features such as a bezel-free design and a 2.5d curve to its display.

READ MORE: Get excited - the unofficial Xiaomi Mi5 seems to be bezel-free

The alleged ZTE Nubia Z9 looks like an iPhone 6

The alleged ZTE Nubia Z9 looks like an iPhone 6

Don’t be mistaken – this is not the picture of the next iPhone, or the iPhone 6 for that matter. It might look alike but it’s actually the purported image of the ZTE Nubia Z9. You can expect really thin lateral bezels and even a distinguishing red circle indicating the “Home” button. Let’s hope more leaks surface in the coming months.

READ MORE: Is that the iPhone 6? Nope, it’s leaked spy shots of the ZTE Nubia Z9