Huawei’s Nexus phone to be powered by Snadragon 810, not Snapdragon 820


Earlier this week, we passed along a rumor about the upcoming Huawei-made Nexus phone. The upcoming flagship, according to Evan Blass, is allegedly going to come with a 5.7-inch display with Quad HD resolution, a fingerprint scanner and be powered by Qualcomm’s upcoming quad-core Snapdragon 820.

Could the proven source of leaks be wrong? There is one analyst that disagrees with Blass’ note regarding the processor.

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Commodore is back in the form of a cheap Chinese smartphone

Commodore-phoneCommodore was once a brand that manufactured electronics and home computers. They were one of the original big computer brands that lasted from 1954-1994 when it finally claimed bankruptcy. With that long lifespan many people grew up with Commodore and still hold them true to their hearts. It looks like fans may or may not be excited to see them make a comeback in the form on an Android phone.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus visit the FCC


Bolstering claims that Samsung will release two new top-tier devices in August, variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus have both appeared in the FCC database. This is a good sign that the devices are very close to being ready to hit the market and the appearance in July hints that their release will be before Samsung’s traditional September launch date. The latest indications are that Samsung will announce the devices on August 12th and sales will commence on August 21st. Read more

More details emerge on the Moto G (2015) with possible release date


After surfacing yesterday, more details have leaked about the Moto G (2015). The device will apparently offer IPx7 certification to bring some water resistance. Motorola is also expected to transition Moto Maker to the device. According to a recent report from Techmundo, the device will be available for sale on July 28th. The price should not change by much, remaining under $300 off-contract.

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Three unannounced Motorola handsets slide through the FCC


Three phones all belonging to Motorola recently stopped by the FCC. Leaked details have emerged about what could possible be Motorola’s new flagship, the Moto X (2015). Apparently, the project is known internally as ‘Kinzie’ and will come with a 5.5 inch QHD display. It features a body just larger than the DROID Turbo, supports quicker charging, 802.11ac MiMo WiFi, LTE Advanced, and almost all of the LTE bands outside of Verizon’s in the United States. We can expect to see the device hit the market around mid fall.

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Alleged images of Motorola lineup of new devices shows up


A new image has surfaced on the Facebook page for hellomotoHK which purports to show the back side of four forthcoming Motorola devices. The image claims to show a Droid “Mini” device, the third generation Moto G, a new Droid device, and a third generation Moto X. Assuming the information is accurate, the Droid devices should be hitting Verizon sometime this fall adorned with what appears to be a Kevlar inspired design for the back cover.

Considering how some of the lines are not aligned, the image may be a rather poorly done PhotoShop. Let us know what you think in the comments.

source: hellomotoHK (Facebook)
via: G for Games