Archive for the ‘leak’ tag
It seems that LG’s next step in their new product line up is set to make its appearance in the near future, maybe as soon as IFA 2013 in Berlin, Germany next month. The product being what you ask? The LG G Pad tablet silly.
According to Greek publication, TechBlog, a source inside LG has confirmed to them some key details regarding the upcoming tablet from the South Koreans. According to them, the G Pad will be small enough to fit in your pocket and roughly the same size as the new Google Nexus 7. It will apparently feature an edge-to-edge 8.3-inch display with Full HD Plus (1,920×1,200) resolution alongside a quad core processor, presumably the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC they used inside the recently launched LG G2 flagship device and of course 2GB of RAM. On the rear there will be an aluminum shell, which could make things a lot more interesting.
Considering IFA 2013 is just less than a month away, we are likely to see some definitive leaks before the actual unveiling, but then again, with three weeks to go, do we really need leaks?
What a way to start the week off? EVLeaks earlier this morning leaked out some official looking press renders of the upcoming HTC One Max ‘phablet’ which is slated for launch later this year and set to compete directly with the Sony Xperia Z Ultra and the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note III.
The HTC One Max render leaked by EVLeaks is apparently of a non-final version of the device, but there are some slightly noticeable changes to the device’s design. The HTC One Max seems to have a more conspicuous plastic rim around the edges, similar to the one found on the HTC One Mini, there’s also the obvious addition of a larger display. On the rear of the One Max you’ll see the camera’s flash has had a change of position, but other than that, it appears to follow HTC’s new design language. The HTC One Max has been rumoured to pack a speedy Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC and a larger battery alongside HTC’s new UltraPixel cameras and their Sense 5 UI.
An exact date on which the HTC One Max will launch is yet to be revealed, but rumours suggest that HTC will launch the HTC One Max on September 5 at IFA 2013 in Berlin, Germany, just a day after the Samsung Galaxy Note III is set to be unveiled.
The LG G2 is set to launch this week and despite the fact that LG has already announced boatloads of accessories for the device as well as ringtones and more, there are still quite a few questions surrounding the other South Koreans’ upcoming flagship. NowwhereElse allegedly got hand of one of their manuals which had quite a lot to say about the device.
Earliers rumours of the LG G2 stated that there would be a fingerprint reader between the two volume buttons of the device, but the manual suggests that it is in fact just a power/unlock button. The manual also stated that the LG G2 will feature a removable battery, 2,610mAh in size to be exact, as well as a microSD card slot for memory expansion as well as surprisingly a nano-SIM slot, meaning that the LG G2 will be the fourth smartphone to feature such a slot, with the Apple iPhone 5 and recently announced Moto X sharing the feature. Rumours suggest that the LG G2 will also pack a 5.2-inch 1080p display in addition to a 13MP rear camera. The G2 is set to be unveiled in two days time.
The LG G2 will feature rear buttons because it is apparently too thin to feature them on the sides, the side bezels are allegedly extremely narrow. Whatever else we need to know, it’s sure to be revealed within the coming days. Are you excited to see what LG has been up to? Let us know below!
The upcoming Apple iPad Mini successor has been making headlines all over the world over the last few days after analysts suggested the obvious; that the Apple iPad Mini 2 will feature a Retina display, made by Samsung, but today things got a bit more interesting after the device’s rear panel allegedly leaked showing that there would be no major design changes to the low cost tablet offering from Apple.
Motorola seems to have absolutely no control over its unreleased devices with the leaks continuing, the Motorola Droid Ultra has leaked out again, this time in a red version with Verizon branding, which might make it an exclusive to Big Red.
Nokia isn’t the only victim of a TENAA leak today, HTC’s famed, and unannounced HTC One Mini has leaked too today through the site, strangely though it is called the HTC Desire 601e in China, and it should launch in the near future alongside it’s global counterpart.
Nokia Lumia 625 with 4.7-inch screen leaked, may be Nokia’s answer the the Galaxy S4 Mini and One Mini
As the ‘Mini’ smartphone faf takes over, Nokia has joined in on the fun, or at least they will soon. The Nokia Lumia 625 has leakd, courtesy of China’s certificate association, TENAA, and may be Nokia’s answer to the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, HTC One Mini and quite possible the Apple iPhone Mini.
BlackBerry’s next attempt at a smartphone flagship to rule them all has started leaking over the last week, the latest leak details key features of the device, which may likely make a much smaller impact than BlackBerry is hoping, at least if the preliminary specs are to be believed.
Just as you were getting tired of all the Motorola leaks, another one hit. The latest victim, the Motorola Droid Ultra and it looks good.
ZTE seems to be taking their stance in the smartphone market a lot more serious nowadays. The upcoming ZTE Nubia Z5 Mini is set to take on some of the best mid rangers there are and may just win.