The HTC logo on the back of the HTC 10.
An earlier rumor reported that a pair of HTC 10 Desire smartphones are being readied for a September launch. Now, thanks to serial leakster Evan Blass, we’re getting a look at what at least one of those smartphones will look like.
Some new entries in the FCC database reveal a pair of HTC devices going through the certification process. This is good news for Nexus fans as some of the supporting documentation indicates the devices are the upcoming Nexus devices from Google that should be launching soon. Read more
While there is still no word on a release date, it appears that Google is plugging away at the upcoming chat and video apps, Allo and Duo, by updating their icons with a Material Design look.
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We’re probably just weeks away from Google launching its latest round of Nexus hardware, but everyone already knows a whole lot about what’s coming. The next HTC-made phones from the line, known internally as Marlin and Sailfish, will be nearly identical aside from a couple of things.
Over the weekend, a publication shared the world’s first live shot of Google’s Sailfish and revealed design details.
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If you’re still holding out for the ZenWatch 3, you’ll want to keep an eye on the latest set of leaks about the upcoming ASUS smartwatch.
We’ve already seen reports that the ZenWatch 3 will come with a round face, but these new images solidify that rumor. The pictures show a smartwatch with a round face and round charger, which is just short of an official confirmation from ASUS. Read more
The news about T-Mobile shelving the HTC 10 does not paint a pretty picture for the struggling smartphone manufacturer that was hoping this year’s flagship might help turn things around. The company will now set its sights on the impact new Nexus models may have as they are the supplier for this year’s round. Today sources indicate HTC has some new mid-range devices being prepped for a September launch, the HTC Desire 10 Pro and the HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle, that may help shore up the business as well. Read more
The NVIDIA SHIELD K1 was a solid gaming tablet that could stand steady with its cheap $199 price tag. Considering it was the second tablet in the lineup, and NVIDIA enjoys other products in their SHIELD lineup, it would only make sense to keep expanding the line. There was an FCC filing for a new NVIDIA tablet that suggested a new tablet was on the way, but that might not be the case. Read more
It looks like the Huawei Mate 9 will have a 5.9-inch 1080p display, a 12-megapixel camera and a HiSilicon Hi3660 octa-core processor, according to leaked GFXBench benchmark results.
Hoping to reverse the disappointment of the LG G5 launch earlier this year, LG plans to release the LG V20 next month as a successor to the LG V10. According to a report a few days ago we think we know some of the specs for the LG V20 including a 5.7-inch screen and a Snapdragon 820 processor. We did not have any ideas on what the LG V20 might look like though, until now. Sources indicate they have obtained renders of the device that not only give us an idea of what the V20 may look like, they also cue us in to some of the features that may be present. Read more
We’ve already seen some leaks of Sony’s next flagship device, but now we’re seeing another round of them from leakster Steve Hemmerstoffer.