A new semi-outlandish rumor suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S6 will have a metallic unibody and curved edges, but can Samsung really pull off such a dramatic change?
Industry sources have leaked hardware details for two more mid-range Samsung smartphones, the Galaxy E5 and Galaxy E7.
Thanks to an alleged leaked image purporting to be a list of HTC’s upcoming devices, there appears to be a new tablet in the works based on the recent Nexus 9.
According to industry sources, LG will unveil its first 4G smartwatch, tentatively named the G Watch R2, at the MWC in February 2015.
Despite persisting rumors of an LG G Pro 3, there is now talk that the company’s new management has decided to scrap the line all together, instead opting to focus on the G4 as the core flagship.
@upleaks has posted early specifications for HTC’s upcoming flagship smartphone, which is apparently codenamed Hima.
LG is reportedly planning a tablet with a detachable keyboard that functions as a tablet and laptop, which could be the company’s answer to Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3.
The first images of HTC’s implementation of Android 5.0 Lollipop made their way to the web, showing HTC’s take on the recent apps interface and notifications dropdown.
Sources from China are suggesting that the Huawei Ascend P8 could make an appearance as early as January, sporting a metal and ceramic body, and 2.5D display.
Samsung is in trouble: sales are down, competition is up. The Galaxy S6 needs to be simply magical. If these leaked specs are any indication, it will be.