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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Is this what the LG G4 Note will look like?

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This summer, it seems that LG will join Samsung in releasing a handset that is centered around the use of a stylus. The name device itself have yet to be confirmed but it is currently being called the G4 Note (or G Note). In fact, it could be the device that LG selects as its flagship for 2015. Not much is know about the G4 Note at this time, but images have surfaced showing an alleged pre-release model.


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3rd generation Motorola Moto X in the works for late summer release

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Amidst all of the excitement about the springtime releases of flagship smartphones, Motorola has revealed that the next generation of their top-tier Motorola Moto X device should be coming out in late summer, probably August or September. This timeline was revealed by Motorola President Rick Osterloh in a response on Twitter to a question about the time-frame for release of the next Moto X. Osterloh indicated Motorola tries to “stay on a roughly annual cycle” for product releases. 
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Samsung could significantly increase production of the Galaxy S6 Edge

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According to a report, Samsung might have underestimated the demand for the Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone as it is reportedly planning to increase production by nearly three times. It is said that Samsung is in talks with more touch screen panel manufacturers with the current supplier (Alps Electronics) not managing to offer the components in the required quantities.


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Sprint brings back FREE to wireless by including the Galaxy S6 with the Sprint Unlimited Plus plan

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If you’re a Sprint customer and coveting the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge, than you’re in luck. They are bringing back FREE to wireless by including the phone in their Unlimited Plus plan. For $80 per month, you get Unlimited talk, text and data, International Value Roaming (Telefonica countries), and annual upgrades. You will also get the Galaxy S6 with 32 GB of storage for free after a $20/month credit for a 24 month lease. If the 64 GB variant is your fancy than it’s $85 per month or $90 per month for the 128 GB version.


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