Rumour: 3rd Gen Moto X to come with 16MP camera and OIS

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It’s early days yet, but we are beginning to see some interesting factoids about the rumoured Moto X 3rd Gen appear. A couple of days ago it was leaked that the next model of the Moto X series will sport a Snapdragon 808 processor (ala the LG G4) as well as a higher resolution display (1440 x 2560), and now we have news that it will carry a 16MP camera module .

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Samsung confirms Lollipop for Galaxy Note 2 in some markets

 

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Despite recent confirmation that Galaxy Note 2 wouldn’t be receiving Lollipop, Samsung Danmark took to Twitter that some variants of the device would be getting it.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2’s out of Denmark (CSC code: NEE) will get the update. In another tweet, Samsung Danmark said both the Galaxy Note 2 (GT-N7100) and the Galaxy Note 2 4G (G5-N7105) will get Lollipop. However, the updates will occur at different times, and there is currently no info as to which one will come first.

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Samsung Gear VR for Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge now available online

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The first virtual reality headset for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge is now available online. Owners of those two Samsung devices can head over to Samsung or Best Buy’s sites to purchase the Gear VR Innovator Edition headset. Both are selling the virtual reality headset for $199. If choosing Best Buy’s in-store pickup, the wait is about 3-5 days. The electronics retailer will start selling the Gear VR Innovator Edition in its stores on May 15.

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FCC tea leaves suggest LG G4 release on Sprint, Verizon getting close

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A couple new entries in the FCC database for LG devices suggests the LG G4 has cleared regulatory approval on the way to market from Verizon and Sprint. The new entries are for devices with model numbers VS986 and LS991, although the entries do not mention “LG G4″ specifically as the phone model. However, sources note that the LG G3 on Verizon has the model number VS985 and on Sprint it gets model number LS990. So the new devices have had their model number increased by one relative to the LG G3, which suggests the new devices are the LG G4 for each of the carriers.

Neither carrier has released information about availability of the LG G4. However, sources think Sprint will hit the market in June and they do have a pre-registration page already setup. Meanwhile, no date has been set for Verizon

source: FCC (Verizon), FCC (Sprint)
via: G for Games

OnePlus settles lawsuit, confirms Cyanogen to continue OTA support for the One in India

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In an ironic twist on its #NeverSettle motto, it would appear that OnePlus has indeed settled its dispute with Micromax that saw the OnePlus One briefly banned from sale in India back in December. OnePlus announced that it and Micromax have agreed to mutually withdraw the cases and cease legal proceedings via its blog earlier today.

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Here are the high resolution wallpapers from the LG G4

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You can always use a new wallpaper right? Maybe you have an LG G3, but want the G4 look or maybe you’re just looking for a new look for your non LG phone. We got you covered with the latest and greatest wallpapers from the LG G4 and it hasn’t even been released yet.

The LG G4 has a 2K (2560 x 1440) display so these wallpapers are quite large and have a resolution of 2880 x 2560. There are 10 in all so hit the break to start downloading.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge receiving firmware update, said to fix the RAM management issues

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It’s been common knowledge that the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge smartphones have suffered from RAM management issues that affect the handsets performance when users attempt to multitask. Samsung acknowledged the bug a while ago, and now we have news that the Korean company is in the process of pushing out a firmware update to rectify the problem.

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