The upcoming BlackBerry ‘Venice’ is gaining more and more attention. The device will be the company’s first Android-powered smartphone.
An AnTuTu report has surfaced online for Huawei’s upcoming upscaled smartphone of 2015, the Mate S. The leaked benchmark reveals that the handset will have the model number SUR-TL00 attached, feature a HiSilicon Kirin 935 octa-core processor and have 3GB of RAM on board.
After yesterday’s official unveiling of the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ handsets at the Unpacked event, you would be forgiven for not wanting to read about another Samsung product for a while. Luckily, we have some news (and renders) about LG’s upcoming Nexus 5 (2015 edition) handset that should give some welcome respite.
We all know Sony will release the Xperia Z5 at some point. It’s also a pretty safe bet that they’re going to stick with what’s worked for them for the past few years. According to some promotional material, though, Sony might try to shake things up with a bigger variant of their flagship Xperia device this year. Read more
Earlier today, an unannounced Huawei-branded smartphone passed through China’s official certification database — TENAA. The high-end handset has been dubbed the Mate 7S and due content included in the report is believed to be targeted at the Asian, European and North American markets.
There isn’t long to go until August 13th, the day that Samsung will officially launch the Galaxy Note 5, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and possibly another (as yet) unknown device at its Unpacked event. There’s been a steady stream of leaks in the last few weeks about both devices, and today’s leak is about battery capacity.
Samsung has filed a new patent in Q3 2014 which was recently published by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office that will allow a smartphone to display holographic icons. Read more
Many people get their news from their Facebook feed, but the social network itself doesn’t actually tell you what is going on. That may change as Facebook is said to be making a new app that will send you breaking news directly to your mobile device. Read more