LG’s next-generation flagship smartphone, expected to build on G2’s success and be the root of Google’s Nexus 6, is nearly confirmed as possibly one of the world’s first ever Quad HD display handhelds.
In the latest installment of the seemingly never-ending Samsung Galaxy S5 rumor saga, we take a look at a vast list of purported model numbers, as well as fresh evidence concerning camera performance and display resolution.
Yet another Quad HD resolution-toting smartphone has surfaced online, thanks to controversial benchmarking tool AnTuTu, and Lenovo is now expected to officially debut the K7t “Kingdom” at February’s Mobile World Congress.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 rumor tide is slowly but steadily turning, as fresh sources seem to debunk all the speculation about aluminum build while giving increased credence to built-in fingerprint scanner.
HTC may swim against the Quad HD resolution tide after all and opt for a Full HD panel on its next-gen flagship device, according to a User Agent Profile found on the company’s website.
Samsung may not shake up its manufacturing cycle after all and roll out the Galaxy S5 exactly one year behind the S4, but one of the company’s traditional mobile adversaries, LG, is now believed to ponder a strategy shift of sorts.
Lock and load, ladies and gents keeping an eye on the so-called ongoing spec wars of smartphones, as Chinese OEM Vivo is reportedly prepping an unprecedented attack against everyone from Samsung to LG to Apple.