Despite regularly dependable sources allegedly “confirming” Samsung Galaxy S5’s specs and a company official pointing at the next big thing’s ETA, it seems there’s still room for last-minute change as far as both timelines and features are concerned.
Sony isn’t about to stand idly by while Samsung steals the headlines with a no doubt mind-blowing Galaxy S5, and the Xperia line looks set for a top-notch refresh at next month’s Mobile World Congress.
Whether it’ll go official in February or March, before or after the Mobile World Congress, chaperoned or not by a Galaxy Gear 2 smartwatch, Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is undoubtedly closing in on its formal announcement and subsequent commercial launch.
A third subvariety of the likeliest Samsung Galaxy S5 candidate spotted online so far, codenamed SM-G900F, has paid notorious benchmarking authority AnTuTu a quick visit, revealing somewhat underwhelming specs.
Not resting on its CyanogenMod-flavored N1 laurels, Oppo is going forward with the Find 7 buzz-building campaign, this time with a full-on confirmation of the heavyweight’s market name.
A new and intriguing nugget of information on the oft-rumored but not yet confirmed 12.9-inch iPad Pro (aka Maxi) has surfaced in China, where anonymous “inside” sources suggest the display resolution may go all the way up to 4K.