The images paint a good picture of just how big we can expect LG’s upcoming phablet flagship to be.
HTC’s first plastic-made flagship device in a long time is inching closer to reality, according to reports out of China, and its final market name might be One M8 Vogue Edition instead of M8 Ace.
The latest installment in the LG G3 rumor saga is a rollercoaster ride between blurry, useless covert photos, precious, exclusive fresh intel and rehashed scoop.
New dirt on the unannounced but no doubt imminent plastic-made HTC M8 Ace has just surfaced via two rock-solid sources, leak master evleaks and China’s FCC-like Tenaa device certification center.
Galaxy S5’s extra-durable cousin, the S5 Active, is yet to be made official, but following a couple of unauthorized, comprehensive hands-on videos, the formal introduction looks like a mere formality.
This may sound hard to believe, but Microsoft is allegedly willing to make a pact with the devil and roll out a second-generation Android-based Nokia X smartphone before long.
The leaked renders indicate that HTC is making slight design modifications to the higher-end and cheaper variants of its current flagship.
The clock is ticking and LG’s glitzy formal introduction of the G3 is drawing near, which the mobile device maker keeps on hyping via a dedicated product page on a local UK website, several FCC certification stops and vague price innuendos.
It sounds like Samsung isn’t ready to change its ways only as far as Galaxy S build materials are concerned, with the forthcoming Galaxy Note 4 tipped to keep screen size in check instead of adding the traditional 0.2 inches to Note 3’s panel.
Rumors suggest a “Prime” variant of the HTC One M8 would be made out of an “exotic material” and feature faster LTE connectivity than smartphones today.
The once far-fetched suggestions of the Nexus line’s imminent death gain more and more credence by the day, as Android Silver gossip escalates and the future of the purported Nexus 6 handheld looks ominous.
The first semi-credible live photos starring the yet to be announced Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime have cropped up online, flaunting what looks like a shinier basic GS5 with the same perforated back cover.
Samsung’s already convoluted product lineup is about to get even more crowded and confusing, according to multiple tipsters and reports, which hint at two upcoming Galaxy Megas, a Europe-destined S5 Prime and another Gear-branded wearable device.
The gradual information spills of the past few months have led up to HTC One mini 2’s formal announcement earlier today, with an exterior and set of features that stopped being a question mark eons ago.
A direct contributor to G3’s buzz-building campaign more than once in the recent past, LG is back to hype its next-generation flagship smartphone via a vague but intoxicating official video teaser.
Hot on the heels of the dirt-cheap Moto E, the 4G LTE Motorola Moto G has gone official, with pre-orders already live but shipping dates undisclosed.
Motorola’s latest smartphone goes after feature phone owners with a super low price combined with better than average hardware.
With or without the Galaxy S5 Prime, Samsung refuses to let go of headlines, working on numerous upcoming high-end smartphones, such as the S5 Active, Note 4 and a mystery device that’s either an S5 Neo or some sort of Galaxy Mega sequel.
Images and specs of Motorola’s upcoming budget-friendly smartphone have leaked through various sources ahead of its official announcement.
Yet another source points to an imminent ultra-high-end variant of Samsung’s Galaxy S5, possibly dubbed S5 Prime internationally but simply titled Galaxy S5 LTE-A in Hong Kong.