Sources report that Google is preparing to launch a revamped mobile payment services called “Android Pay” at this year’s I/O conference in May.
According to a Korean report, carriers’ officials were smitten by the new Galaxy S6, and especially the Galaxy S6 Edge, which they said was “better than Apple’s iPhone 6 in terms of design.”
German retailer Cyberport put up product pages showing what appear to be press shots and complete specifications of the HTC One M9.
With a little over a week to MWC, HTC USA took to Twitter to tease the arrival of something positively massive.
We have another clue that the Galaxy S6 will indeed pack a 2,600-mAh battery, in the form of shots uploaded by a user of China’s Weibo social network.
HTC may stick with Full HD for the One M9, but the Butterfly 3 will come with a 5.2-inch Quad HD screen, according to @upleaks.
One “special function” of the Galaxy S6 could be wireless charging that works with any of the current standards.
LG just announced a sleek new smartwatch that’s coming at MWC next month, but we’ll have to wait until April for LG’s most anticipated device, the G4.
DongHoon Jang states that Samsung’s 2015 flagship will feature intelligent camera technology, while a Galaxy S6 prototype sheds some light on potential new camera features.
The Galaxy S6/S6 Edge leak train is chugging along, with just weeks left to the official unveiling of Samsung’s next big thing(s). Today we have a benchmark result that, if real, confirms our high expectations in the hardware department.