Rumor has it: Flexible Galaxy Note 3 coming in October, Galaxy S5 to rock HTC One-like aluminum unibody
That’s right, it’s that time of the year again. The time dubious, unverifiable sources start to fuel rumors of Samsung going on a different design path for future members of the Galaxy. You all know what I’m talking about, metal and flexibility.
There’s an old joke about teachers that’s really more apt when applied to commenters: Those who can, do; those who can’t, comment.
The Canadian handset maker announced yesterday that it will be going private after signing a letter of intent to sell itself to a consortium led by Fairfax Financial Holdings for $4.7 billion.
Instead of bringing to light yet another artificial spec buster unable to top the Android food chain for more than a few months, up-and-coming Chinese OEM Oppo has adopted a slightly different strategy for the N1, which is a road-opener in many ways, while in others… it’s fairly mediocre.
What’s next for BlackBerry? It’s a question that many have (obsessively) asked of late, especially after the Canadian company’s last two financial reports, culminating with a $1 billion monetary loss and the slashing of close to 5,000 jobs.
As many ties the undisputed king of mobile technology leaks, Evleaks, might have in many different branches of this scenery, it surely seems like he always knows Nokia’s plans best. It’s as if he’s working there. Might he be working there undercover?
A new rumor from Korean shores suggests that Samsung will launch a low-cost version of Galaxy Note 3 with LCD display and 8MP camera in November.
Cyanogen, darling of the Android ROM community, recently decided to commercialize to speed up development efforts and have indicated that they would be collaborating with a hardware vendor to showcase their OS. It looks like Oppo will be the first OEM on-board for Cyanogen.
Well, what do we have here? The HTC One Max is making yet another appearance in the wild, and this time a few of its camera features have been detailed as well.
Jolla, the company that took over the remains of the discarded Meego Harmattan OS on Nokia N9, has officially announced the specs for its upcoming phone.
If there is any doubt about the existence of HTC’s first phablet, another round of images of the purported HTC One Max were spotted on the internet alongside Galaxy Note 3.
A Nexus 5 has shown up in Brazil in leaked documents from telecommunications regulator Anatel, showing the handset is being approved for use on its 4G LTE network.
Since Nokia has been bleeding money for a good couple of years now, losing precious ground in the mobile phone supremacy battle and thousands of employees in the process, you’d think Microsoft’s interest in acquiring them would be welcomed with the utmost enthusiasm.
So you’re considering jumping ship from iOS, Android or BlackBerry to Windows or Windows Phone, are you? Microsoft is lending a hand courtesy of a pretty lucrative trade-in program launched about a week ago, but only if you’re looking to discard one of Apple’s iPads and get a Surface instead.
The promised Moto X Developer Editions are now available in two variants: one that will work with GSM Networks while the second one is for Verizon Wireless.
Leaks confirm that the One Max uses the Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064T 1.7GHz processor, not the Snapdragon 800 as previously rumored.
Guess who’s back, back again, Goophone’s back, tell a friend. Cheesy opening, I know, but when dealing with the world’s first Apple iPhone 5C clone, manufactured by none other than the king of clones, it just feels right.
Following months of rumors and leaks, the latest addition to BlackBerry’s smartphone lineup, the BlackBerry Z30, has been officially announced.
Over the weekend @evleaks tweeted that the launch date of Nokia Lumia 1520 has been pushed back to October 22nd. Looks like his sources were correct this time. Nokia posted a teaser image on its Twitter account with several hashtags and October 22nd date, which points to the date that Nokia will unveil its first
And just like that, Asus’ Padfone family, viewed by many as a niche line unable to ever break into the mainstream, has reached the point where it officially consists of four, count’em four members.