Life should not be all about flagship smartphones with cutting edge specifications. So it is always nice to see when a carrier opts to sell mid-range devices. They need some love too, after all. It looks like HTC and Verizon will be teaming up to bring the Desire 610 to Big Red customers.
On Twitter, @evleaks said that the handset would be heading to Verizon. And back in March, we heard that it would also be available through AT&T as well. Perhaps this is a sign other carriers like Sprint or T-Mobile will carry the Desire 610.
A few days ago some images leaked, courtesy @evleaks, of a new tablet device that HP appears to be getting ready for market. Now a press render of the device in white has been discovered. The press render appears to confirm the device will come with both front and rear facing cameras and a lone speaker on the back of the device. HP marketing is also readily apparent. Read more
We still have a while to go until LG’s May 27th event when the LG G3 is expected to be officially announced. There is no shortage of leaked images floating around though like the one this morning that shows the backs of the white and black versions. Similar to the gold version and some previous images, this new image gives us a little better look at the faux brushed metal effect LG has created for the back plate. Read more
Last weekend, the LG G3 was no stranger to the world. We saw the alleged beast in white, black with a case, and again in white with a case. Then we saw it with the display on. Now we have another look at the G3 covered by a case, but this time the image is of very good quality.
On the front we are looking at an incredibly slim bezel, something LG is no stranger to. Again, there are no physical buttons on the front or sides. Everything is on the back. Below the camera is a refined volume key/power button setup. Could it support a fingerprint sensor? Maybe.
To one side of the camera is the flash and the other side has an unknown component. Some say this is the IR blaster, and that could be true given the LG G Flex has it on the back. Read more
Being that we know everything about the upcoming Moto E, we just need it to be put up for sale. And thanks to Flipkart, an online retailer in India, it looks like the little handset could put made available the same day it is announced. Flipkart has been posting teasers as we await the announcement. But they may have done something to give it all away. Read more
This basically gives away everything Motorola is going to say about the Moto E on May 13. Online Brazilian retailer Fast Shop accidentally uploaded just about everything regarding the handset. Images and specifications were freely exposed.
The Moto E will have a 4.3-inch display that does not seem to be high definition. Under the hood is a dual-core Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm clocked at 1.2GHz paired with 1GB of RAM. While there is no front facing camera, a 5MP lens sits on the back panel. Speaking of the back panel, the Moto E will be available in black, white, or turquoise. And a 1980mAh battery keeps everything going throughout the day. Read more
Right on cue, the Samsung Galaxy S 5 will be landing on Virgin Mobile later this month. As of the time of this writing, there has been no pricing details announced. We only know that the GS5 will arrive on May 19 for Virgin Mobile customers.
In the meantime, read our review of the Galaxy S 5.
Source: Virgin Mobile
Yesterday, the Moto E decided to show off some of its colors. The image above shows the little handset in turquoise and in lemon. Like the Moto X and Moto G, the Moto E looks like it will feature the dimpled Motorola logo in the center of the rear panel.
Hit the break to see the alleged black Moto E. Read more
Earlier this week we reported on the codename “Flounder” surfacing in a Chromium issue tracker entry. The rumor was that this pointed to the release of an HTC produced Nexus tablet from Google. The recent release of a detailed changelog for Android 4.4.3 to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) seems to confirm the connection between HTC and the “Flounder” device as seen in the changelog entry. Read more
A leak from a source that’s working on the Kids Mode on upcoming Samsung smartphones has given some insight into what Samsung is planning on doing with the screen sizes of their upcoming products, which confirms what we’re going to see on the Galaxy S 5 Prime, Galaxy S 5 Mini, and a new Galaxy Mega. Read more