A new report from SamMobile gives us hope that Samsung is finally going to do something about the bloatware on its devices.
Asus chairman, Jonney Shih, has outlined his vision for the Zenwatch’s sucessor, which should have a longer battery life and a simplified operating system.
It’s been a busy week for HTC rumors, with the company’s upcoming flagship making appearances in several alleged leaks. Today, two new reports add more specifics to an already detailed portrait of the M9/Hima.
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.
SamMobile has uncovered a rumor that says Samsung might be working on an unprecedented 4:3 screen aspect ratio for some of its mid-ranged 2015 tablets.
A recent alleged leak of the M9/Hima shows a very… familiar looking product, complete with prominent HTC front logo/bezel but seemingly lacking the Duo camera.
According to a former employee, Microsoft is determined to “stop the leakage” from its mobile platform and is considering Android app support on Window Phones.
According to a report purportedly citing an anonymous “Samsung official”, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will feature glass backs and metal frames.
Samsung first used a swipe-based fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S5 and continued with the Note 4. If this report from SamMobile is accurate, the fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S6 will be larger and touch-based, which should improve accuracy and ease of use.
According to Business Korea, Samsung aims to par down and simplify the software features of the Galaxy S6, after customers and analysts have criticized the clunky TouchWiz for years.