HTC Butterfly 3 will be an Asian exclusive

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In news that is not very surprising, Twitter tipster @upleaks is claiming the HTC Butterfly 3 will be an exclusive to Asian markets. This is consistent with HTC’s strategy for their Butterfly line of devices which tend to be limited to the Japanese market or Asian markets. The Butterfly devices are usually similar, but maybe a tad better in a couple areas, than HTC’s flagship devices that are released to the rest of the world.
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The third-gen ZenFone 3 to feature a fingerprint recognition sensor

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Despite the fact that the ZenFone 2 was unveiled in early January, many are turning their attention to the ZenFone 3. Even Asus is getting antsy about the next-gen ZenFone. According to CEO Jerry Shen, Asus will release the ZenFone 3 complete with a fingerprint recognition sensor. However, from now until the point that the ZenFone 3 is released may be a long time to wait. But it’s possible we may not have to wait that long at all.


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Details leak about Qualcomm’s Next-Gen Processor, the Snapdragon 815

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While the current generation of smartphones, with the exception of Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, are using the Snapdragon 810 processor in their flagship devices, that doesn’t mean that Qualcomm are standing on their laurels. Instead, the chip maker is already concentrating on its next top end CPU, the Snapdragon 815 according to an unnamed source.
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LG G4 could launch by end of April, expected to be a gamechanger

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LG launched the G3 in late May, but according to sources, the G4 might launch in late April. With the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge releasing in a couple of weeks, you have to wonder what kind of an impact the G4 will have.

According to sources, LG expects the G4 to outperform the G3 with 15 million units. The term “gamechanger” was also used as it’s expected to sport a curve touch.


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Leak: The HTC T1H Tablet features an 8.9-Inch QXGA display and Allwinner CPU

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If HTC were a kitchen utensil, one might think that the Taiwan-based company is a sieve, considering all the recent leaks about its upcoming handsets. On top of the much-leaked HTC One E9(here and here) and One M9 Plus handsets, we now have news about a tablet with the codename HTC T1H that will be launched in China in partnership with China Mobile. We have the image and specifications after the break.
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