UPDATE:: Xiaomi Redmi 5 series is now official.
Competing in South Korea would easily offset any other major tech manufacturer but LG keeps on trucking despite having Samsung looking high and mighty.
LG’s smartphones of late have come short of the other flagships in the market – the V10 had a nice trick, with its ticker display and dual-FRONT cameras; and the G4 had a great camera overall. Smartphone cameras are getting good with the Microsoft Lumia 950 (XL), Nexus 6P, and Samsung Galaxy flagships leading the charge.
So what does LG have to bring to the table?
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What else does the Korean tech conglomerate have to put on stage after almost every single detail of its upcoming flagships the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge have already been leaked?
Dearly referred to as the “King of leakers” by the BBC, the notorious Evan Blass aka @evleaks has been the source of all things tech online. Be warned, this man is revered by tech journalist all over and he’s someone Samsung doesn’t want nosing around their business.
At it again, Mr Blass has released press renders of the two Galaxy S7 devices and we’re convinced that they’re real.
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More smartphones are coming out from Guangdong province and they are coming out fast. After just a week of releasing the OPPO F1 in Malaysia, the manufacturer has just announced plans to release a larger-screen model of the same device.
Size always matters, right?
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Like we promised, more leaks have crept out from the sanctum that is Samsung HQ. A new image captured shows off specifications on the last three evolutions of the Galaxy S-line – including the upcoming Galaxy S7.
Button mashing was a thing of the past, at least for most smartphone users; don’t worry BlackBerry toting folks, we’ve got your backs and maybe soon people might give the qwerty loving brand a go again – thanks to the PRIV. The aforementioned device’s pre-order site went up and down and up again, with the price point getting a “discount” when it really went live. Perhaps one of the most anticipated launches in the brand’s history (you know, cause its an BlackBerry that runs on Android) will happen soon but a list of stock BB apps have been found on Google’s Play Store.
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UPDATE: Pre-order page emerges again. Initial price revised.
No glitz and no glamour for the BlackBerry PRIV or maybe someone accidentally let the cat out of the bag too early. We’re not too sure since the manufacturer made their pre-order site live for awhile before removing the page. Well at least we know 3 things; the price, when it’ll ship and its internals – whoops.
Nokia N8 fans can rejoice because apparently Nokia is working on a successor and it will be fitted with one of the largest camera sensor – if not the largest camera sensor – ever seen on a mobile phone. This is if the trusted source that tech blog BGR says provided them with the information, is to be believed.
The possible epic camera phone from Nokia – rumoured to be called the Nokia 803 – will also be the company’s last Symbian device. The 803 will run the latest Symbian Belle OS (we would prefer Windows Phone instead) and feature a 4-inch AMOLED ClearBlack Display, an HDMI-out port, micro SIM support and NFC as well. The expected release date for the Nokia 803 will be sometime in May but at the moment, nothing is official.
Could the Nokia 803 be making a debut at MWC? If the May timeline is true, then a MWC appearance is certainly possible. Well, we’re just a couple of weeks away to finding out.
Head on to after the jump to see how the Nokia 803 might look like.
We know that the replacement for the popular Samsung Galaxy S is just around the corner — February 13 to be exact. We know that more information on the device will revealed on February 1, but not much have been revealed about the specifcations of Samsung next biggest Android powerhouse.
Korean site, Nocutnews has revealed more details on the new Galaxy S, a device known internally in Samsung by the codename “Seine”.
The report says that the new Galaxy S will feature a dual-core processor along with a huge 1GB of RAM with a GPU performance of five times faster than the current Galaxy S. In addition the Seine — named after a river in France — will pack 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display with WVGA resolution, an 8MP camera with full 1080p HD video recording, Android 2.3 OS along with NFC.
That’s not all, Nocutnews also claims that the new Galaxy S will be thinner than the current model possibly even thinner than the iPhone 4.
From a seperate source we’ve also gotten word that the new Galaxy S will feature a curved glass surface just like the Nexus S but the attention grabbing piece of news is that, it will also feature a vertical slide-out QWERTY keyboard, something that’s not unlike the BlackBerry Torch.
If this is anything to go by, the new Galaxy S will be something to look forward to indeed.