We have been writing a lot about Sony’s upcoming “Sirius” (D6503) phone, but another device with the model D6603 has surfaced via AnTuTu Benchmarks.
According to the tests, the phone will pack a Qualcomm MSM8974AB chipset as well as a 2.3GHz quad-core processor, Adreno 330 graphics, a 1080p display, a 20.7MP rear shooter, 16GB internal storage, and 2GB RAM.
Popular Chinese manufacturer Meizu has just announced its newest flagship device, as well as the device’s younger brother.
Now that the MX4G and the MX4G Mini are official, you’d expect that we could give you some confirmed specs as well, right?
Well it appears that fingerprint sensors are going to be the rage this year. Apple kicked things off last fall, followed by HTC shortly after. Samsung appears to readying something similar for the Galaxy S 5, and now LG might join the party with their upcoming G2 Pro and G3.
LG will probably implement their sensor on the back of the device, which isn’t surprising since they implemented power and volume buttons on the backside of the G2.
Speaking of the G2, it was LG’s plan to implement a fingerprint scanner on that phone, but just couldn’t get it done in time.
Want a unique version of the Oppo N1 that’s not the crazy Pepsi-edition? You’re in luck. Some pictures have leaked of the N1 in Midnight Black as opposed to the plain white color that it normally ships with. Aside from the new paint job, the device is exactly the same as the standard Oppo N1. No Cyanogenmod preinstalled here, unfortunately. Still, the black does look pretty slick.
You can check out the rest of the photos at the source.
If you’re reading this site, chances are you like a good leak. Well, Sony doesn’t, and they’re blocking the AnTuTu benchmarking app from even being installed on prototype devices. If you try, you’ll see the popup above, which isn’t just a warning, but actually forces you to uninstall the app. This surely won’t stop leakers, but they’ll have to find a way around it.
Source: Xperia Blog
The Sony Xperia Z2‘s (D6503) specifications leaked this morning followed by a flood of screenshots in the afternoon. So it is no surprise that someone managed to photograph the handset next to Sony’s current flagship, the Xperia Z1. In the image above, the Xperia Z2 sits on the bottom and the Z1 is up top. The handset seems to have a notification light hidden near the top. In one of the images after the break, you can see that the location of the light becomes hidden when unlit.
A few days ago, we showed you an alleged case for the upcoming HTC M8 that had mysterious cutouts on the back. Today we have more leaked cases to show you, revealing the same mysterious cutouts. The three holes, which you can see above, are presumably for a camera, a microphone, and possibly a small fingerprint reader, but we can’t be sure just yet.
The HTC M8 is expected to have a 5-inch 1080p display, Qualcomm’s quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, Android 4.4 KitKat with Sense 6 on top, and probably some powerful speakers and an aluminum body. Stay tuned for more info.
A lot of people saw Google’s purchase of Nest, the popular modern thermostat manufacturer, as a sign of some pretty scary things to come.
For example: If you have your (internet-connected) thermostat set to stop heating your home while you’re on vacation, Nest (and now Google) will have access to that information. Imagine if that information was leaked, hacked, or sold to advertisers— do you really want the world knowing when you’re on vacation or out of your home? I certainly don’t.
The Sony “Sirius” (D6503) smartphone, likely the Xperia Z2, had a fair amount of screenshots and specs leak this morning. The screenshots obtained were from November 2013 and the device was running Android 4.3; however, a new set of screenshots shows Sony’s user interface revamped in the form of Android 4.4 KitKat. Courtesy of Xperia Blog, we now know that Sony’s upcoming flagship smartphone will launch with the latest version of Android.
Hit the break for a brief overview and gallery packed with every screenshot. Read more