An unknown Samsung device with model number SM-G870A has been leaked through Indian import site, Zauba. The device is for research and development purpose. Although, there is no official word so far, Galaxy Club claims the SM-G870 could be Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini. There are no real specs we know about this device yet, but as far as the screen is concerned, it it expected to be a Super AMOLED one with Android KitKat 4.4 onboard. We really hope Samsung does not cut down the specs way too much like it always does with it’s ‘mini’ series.
First up, @evleaks has shared an image of the HTC M8 donning a unique flip cover-style case. The front of the case is covered with holes, some of which are lit up with different colors to display the time and weather. Details of whether these holes are lit up using the phone display or the case itself are unknown, however there is no denying that it looks really pretty, specially considering what kind of square offerings the competition is offering.
Another part of the leak from mister hipster tispster is that the M8 will be made available as a Google Play edition phone, much like the original HTC One was last year. However, there is no time frame tipped about it’s announcement. Aren’t you excited after getting to know these two awesome offerings coming from HTC already?
Milk … seriously Wa..What!! Once you get that weird name, you realize that it’s a not a bad service at all, definitely not for Galaxy owners who’ll get it free of cost(for a limited period!)
Milk is a streaming service offering 200 curated genre-based stations and a library of some 13 million songs, all powered by Slacker. It has no ads for now. It’s unique dial based and mood background fused interface makes it kind of unique. However, there is no support for offline downloading or caching, and one can only skip 6 tracks at a time.
The Sony Xperia Z1 was announced during the MWC 2014 and therefore it is the company’s flagship for the year of 2014. The spec sheet shows a very subtle bump with an upgrade in terms of processor, screen size and RAM.
The camera and optics used are said to be the same, however, the Z2 that has a 20.7-megapixel backside illuminated 1/2.3-inch Exmor RS sensor just like the Z1, appears to reveal pronounced improvements in the Z2′s image quality. Noise levels seem substantially reduced, and the images are overall more crisp and detailed.
So does this mean a software update can improve the Z1′s image quality? We’re definitely optimistic about it!
Apple has consistently been breaking it’s sales records with every iteration of their iPhone; rumors about the new iPhone 6 seem to be building since Apple has said that there will be a couple of rather new changes that they would be implementing this time over(maybe like every time that they do?)
Foxconn electronics, major manufacturer for Apple’s higher-end iPhones, is apparently expecting orders of as much as 90 million iPhone 6 units in 2014 according to the Chinese-language Commercial Times, which cited data from Citigroup Global Markets as indicating. To give you a perspective, the growth in 2013 was 13%, what this news would mean is that growth could be as much as 23%.
Months later, Moto adds the wooden option in the Moto Maker and that too received positive feedback! Motorola refuses to stop there, even in this day and age when hardware seems to become stale and obsolete within a quarter of a year, Motorola is moving aggressively ahead with it’s Moto X, today they announced a bunch of new customization options.
These new color choices are presented as part of the Moto X “College Collection,” specifically chosen to allow college students (as well as alumni or anyone else looking to show support) to outfit their Moto X designs in their school’s colors. Motorola is even partnering with a case company to offer clear cases that add the school’s logo (at extra cost), complementing your color scheme.
Gizmodo.de claims that the Nexus 6 will be a “lightweight” version of the G3. Well, what might that mean? Lightweight not meaning light on changes here, sadly rumors say that the stripping down would be in hardware, meaning a lower power SoC. Again, the report we are reading from is highly translated and we hope we are not reading too much between the lines but that does mean that plans are setting in place at the Google HQ.
Would u want a slightly less powerful Nexus?
The HTC Desire has a single and dual-SIM version, sports a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 4GB of internal storage, of course, expandable via microSD card. The screen is a 4.5-incher with FWVGA (480 x 854 pixels) display and there’s a 5 MP camera on the back without the flash. It is powered by Android 4.2.2 with HTC Sense on top of it, in addition to all the usual suspects, and a 2,000mAh battery.
Are you looking forward to this device?! The pricing is yet to be announced but this is pretty much an entry level handset!
With the app you can now read messages without opening the app, send and receive photos, stickers, basically everything that you can do with any other Facebook messenger. With the addition of this one, but essential client, the app-gap has become even smaller. However, to have this one, you must be running Windows Phone 8.
Well, a new report says today that the LG G3 would be announced in June this year, while as usual we ask you to take this with a grain of salt. There are no other details, though the rumor talks about a new type of display on the flagship. If the information above is accurate, we may see the much rumored flagship.
Did this news bring you excitement.