Samsung’s upcoming S9 and S9 Plus flagships have just been certified by the FCC on December 27th, and just as expected there is nothing about both the phone’s specifications in the FCC documents. The listing doesn’t even reveal the design outline of the flagships as some of the papers were submitted to the FCC way back in mid-November at a time when designed might not have been finalized Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ pass through the FCC; leak reveals 3.5mm headphone jack will stay”
While this might not come as a surprise to most, Microsoft is apparently planning to kill its Lumia lineup of devices by end of the year.
Meizu just recently announced the M3 Note, which is the successor to the M2 Note from last year. However, it seems that they’re not done just yet as the Pro 6 has now been revealed in its first official image.
It seems like the Apple iPhone rumour season has begun as we have more information regarding the upcoming iPhone. The next generation Apple iPhone 7 will reportedly have a flush camera just like the older generations and Apple might also get rid of the antenna bands.
The Apple iPad Air 3 is expected for a launch in March alongside the iPhone 5SE and the new Apple Watch models. A new drawing has surfaced that gives us an insight about the update iPad’s design.
Rumours about the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus have been around for a while. Fresh in the lineup is Note 5’s and S6 Edge Plus’s purported specifications claimed to have sourced from an insider. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus specifications tipped in fresh leak”
Last year in December, LG had reportedly put G Pro 3 development on hold to focus on G4. Now if the new rumours are to be believed, LG has resumed the project and may launch the device by the end of 2015. Continue reading “LG G Pro 3 tipped to feature 6-inch Quad-HD display, Snapdragon 820 SoC and 4GB RAM”
Anticipated Moto X successor rumours have been around for a while now. Fresh in-line is the purported image and specifications of alleged Moto X (3rd Gen), claimed to have sourced from a Motorola insider.
Chinese manufacturer Meizu is rumoured to announce the MX5 smartphone by end of next month. The company has reportedly scheduled the event on June 30, where it is expected to launch the Meizu M1 Note 2 alongside. Continue reading “Meizu MX5 leaked in live images, launch rumoured on June 30”
Rumours about the next-gen iPhone, expected to be called the iPhone 6s, has been around for a while. Latest information about the anticipated Apple smartphone has come from one of the most accurate Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities on Tuesday. Continue reading “iPhone 6s tipped to feature Force Touch, 2GB RAM, sapphire display, rose gold colour and more”
Wall Street Journal, the publication that is always bang on target with rumours and speculations reports that Microsoft recently held talks with Nokia to acquire its mobile phone business. The recently held meetings apparently broke down due to various reasons like price and market position. The most interesting thing is that these meetings were held recently and not a thing of the past. Recently there was a non-news that Huawei was planning to acquire Nokia and later completely denied it.
Get your daily dozes of salts ready, the Internet is quoting anonymous sources for cheaper, colourful and bigger Apple iPhones again. No, seriously, the cheaper iPhone especially has been a long time coming, right since the iPhone 4S, but it didn’t materialize because it never made business sense for Apple. But we are now seeing Apple lose its dominance and coolness, with the latest iOS 7 re-haul being the latest effort to being cool again. Apple also knows that there is a huge demand for big screened phones, popularized by Samsung and colours, popularized by Nokia.
There is a lot of discussion going on regarding the release date of the Apple iPhone 5- ie whether it is September or October. So here’s something about the design for a change. The phone in the picture above isn’t the real Apple iPhone 5.
T-Store, a Korean App market has just leaked an unannounced Samsung device with model number SHV-E120S.
Earlier today, we posted the leaked picture of an unnamed Samsung QWERTY device. It turns out that this is in fact the AT&T variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II.