Assuming these new images are legitimate, it would mean the so-called HTC “M9″ or “Hima” will reuse last year’s design almost entirely, save for the camera.
Android Lollipop builds for the F400S and D855 models of the LG G3 have been leaked online, although the source appears a little unsavoury.
Can’t wait to learn all about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 4? Today we have a little something to get you all hyped up – the device’s stock wallpaper.
Best Buy accidentally went live with their listing for the upcoming Motorola Moto 360. They’ve taken it back down, but not before we learned of a $250 price tag, Texas Instruments processor and so much more.
We know you still haven’t seen enough of the Sony Xperia Z3, so here are some new images for you! These come from leaks extraordinaire @evleaks and give us a good look at the back and side of the mysterious smartphone.
A pair of leaked images claiming to be of LG’s new G Pro 2, which is scheduled for launch next month, have been leaked on the Korean forum, DC Inside. The unconfirmed photos reveal some similarities to features from LG’s various lineups, most notably are the rear mounted buttons, previously seen on the G2.
Thought the Droid slider was dead? Think again. Pictures of an alleged Droid 5 leaked on Chinese site Weibo. The physical QWERTY keyboard is back!
While we’re all starting to wonder what more could possibly be leaked about the Moto X, they keep coming. This time it’s an image courtesy of evleaks showing what could very well be the final press artwork for the X, featuring both black and white models.
The Moto X phone is Motorola’s worst-kept secret. Innumerable photos, videos, and benchmarks have been revealed months before the smartphone’s rumored late August launch, and show no sign... of stopping. Today, the leaks continue with a particularly juicy video detailing a compelling aspect of the Moto X: voice commands from the lock screen.
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Samsung just can’t keep seem to keep its myriad of products from leaking. A bit more than a week since what appeared to be a Snapdragon 800 –touting Galaxy S4 smashed AnTuTu benchmark records, bloggers for Samsung Mobile, a South Korea-based smartphone blog, managed to get their hands on the refreshed GS4.