Leaked materials show Samsung Galaxy S8+ specs

There won’t be a new Samsung flagship until this spring, but we’re getting an idea of what’s coming. Rumors, reports, and leaks surrounding the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+ are beginning to be published multiple times every week. However, none of this is new for Samsung. It’s just the territory that comes with being Apple’s rival and the biggest manufacturer of Android devices.

Evan Blass, the mobile industry’s top insider, just shared an image listing specifications for the Galaxy S8+

[Deal] T-Mobile is running an unbelievable sale on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, LG V20

Companies are about to introduce their 2017 flagship; therefore, carriers are seeking to unload inventory of existing devices. Right now, T-Mobile is running a sale on three very good Samsung and LG phones in which you pay hundreds of dollars less than usual.

The Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, and LG V20 are all eligible for the discount in which you can get one of them for $360 without any money down or monthly payments required.

Get a look at the on-screen buttons from the Samsung Galaxy S8

The world is still waiting for Samsung’s 2017 flagship and will continue to do so for a couple more weeks, but leaks are beginning to come in at a quicker pace. Now we’re getting all different types of information regarding the Galaxy S8 coming this spring. Things like its launch date, appearance, and logo have all showed up already. There’s probably going to be very little we don’t know about the phone upon showtime.

Today’s discovery involves an area that many people were curious about. Rather than having a physical home button and capacitive buttons on each side, the Galaxy S8 is likely to end up being the first Samsung device with on-screen buttons. Previous leaks have showed the physical home button is gone, and a leak going around right now confirms that.

Hit the break for details.

Hands-on photos show off Moto G5 with new design and fingerprint gestures

It’s proving more and more difficult with each passing year for manufacturers to keep their new smartphones a secret. Just days after a huge leak showing off promotional materials for Lenovo’s upcoming Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus, hands-on photos have appeared online showing the smaller device in all its glory – and with one interesting new feature.

Join us after the break for the details.

AT&T LG G5 update to Nougat now available

 

Add another device to the list of Android 7.0 Nougat smartphones as AT&T has released the update for the LG G5. Owners of the device will have to be content with just getting Android 7.0 and not Android 7.1, but they will get the bulk of the improvements that Google makes available via Nougat. The release comes on the heels of AT&T starting to update the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge with Android 7.0 Nougat.