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.
Sources suggests that a new Tegra X1 powered Nvidia SHIELD Tablet is coming soon, but it may not arrive by the rumored date of March 17th.
There are still details trickling in about the One (M9), like this image showing the back of the M9’s alleged gold version, that surfaced on China’s Weibo.
A leak from Weibo account @Ubuntu团队 suggests that the Huawei P8 may come equipped with dual-rear cameras, a porcelain uni-body design and a 16nm Kirin 930 processor.
According to @upleaks, HTC will release a new high-end smartphone in its Desire range later this month, code-named the HTC A55.
Images showing up on Amazon may hold clues about the appearance of the Galaxy S6, but they are likely not accurate. Here’s why.
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.