RBC Capital Markets notified investors today that it expects demand for new iPhones to surge so much so that Apple may sell over 75 million units by the end of this year.
Yet another upcoming top-shelf Motorola smartphone seems to have surfaced online, carrying the ballsy Droid Turbo moniker and a Samsung Galaxy Note 4-rivaling spec sheet.
With a little over three weeks reportedly left until Apple finally brings to light the greatly anticipated iPhone 6 pair, the battery capacity puzzle seems fully settled, although the latest purported leaks out of Asia, like all Asian leaks, have to be taken with prudence.
A fishy benchmark listing has surfaced, suggesting the so-called Motorola Shamu, aka Google’s Nexus 6, is in advanced stages of testing with Android L pre-loaded, a surprisingly compact 5.2-inch Quad HD display and beefy Snapdragon 805 chip.
A new report claims that while Apple is going to unveil both new iPhones together at the event next month, the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 release may not take place for at least another month.
Definitively taking a page from Samsung’s playbook, LG has recently bolstered its high-end G3 smartphone series with smaller G3 Beat and G3 A models, also setting the stage for the introduction of a jumbo-sized G3 Stylus.
Before it can take on Apple’s largest iPhones yet, the forthcoming 4.7 and 5.5 inchers, Samsung’s first ever metal-framed high-end smartphone has to prove it’s sleeker, more robust and elegant than the OG iPhone 5s.
Of the forthcoming slew of Motorola products, the follow-up to last year’s low-cost Moto G is tipped as accommodating the most lackluster hardware, which shouldn’t prevent it from evolving into a major box-office hit.
Anyone assuming Amazon’s Kindle Fire upgrading cycle would be disturbed by the unveil of the company’s debut Fire Phone is about to be “disappointed”, as a Fire HDX tablet sequel popped up in a benchmark listing right on schedule.
There isn’t much “Intel Inside” Intel’s new line-up of Enterprise-geared SSDs.
No stranger to the kind-hearted publicity stunts that have made HTC look so noble recently, Microsoft is back in cheap jab mode, going for Apple’s jugular from two directions at once in the latest Nokia Lumia 635 commercial.
Since it’s been practically established that Google’s Nexus line has a healthy future ahead of it, it’s time to welcome back Nexus 6 rumors, now hinting at a “killer”, gargantuan 5.9-inch model co-manufactured by, surprise, surprise, Motorola.
Lenovo is nearly ready to throw its hat in the Quad HD smartphone ring, although the K920, due to be formally announced on August 5, has a lot more going for it than just an outstanding, somewhat gimmicky display.
The successor to the most popular Windows Phone device comes with much of the same hardware and a similar budget price.
EA announces that Battlefield Hardline, the latest entrant in the FPS series, will be pushed back until next year.
Samsung’s publicity tactics have come to routinely incorporate recurrent anti-Apple digs, but the latest Galaxy S5 commercial takes things to a whole new level, poking fun at an unreleased, unannounced iPhone.
LG’s decision to go with a 4.7-inch display for G2’s “miniature” flavor has been deeply excoriated, so in order to avoid further trouble, G3’s diminutive variant, which dwarfs even the G2 mini, is dubbed G3 Beat in Asia and G3 s in Europe.
The ceaseless saga of Samsung’s mythical ultra-high-end Galaxy S5 variation continues with word out of Korea that puts the S5 Alpha, aka Galaxy F, aka S5 Prime on track for an August release with a surprisingly tiny 4.7-inch display.
According to a well-known and mostly reliable financial analyst, at least one of Apple’s as-good-as-confirmed “iPhablets” might have their commercial releases pushed back to next year on account of unforeseen production pickles.
The Snapdragon 805 chip should offer better performance given the high-resolution display of LG’s latest flagship.