Alleged Samsung Galaxy S 6 prototype spotted in bubble wrap

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Did anyone predict that the Galaxy S 6 would be photographed in bubble right? Probably not. Earlier today, the image above was posted on the XDA Forums. It shows the upcoming Samsung flagship in white while covered by pink bubble wrap.

The shot on the left shows the camera and LED flash. Nothing too surprising there. The center shot shows what looks like the metal that everyone has been waiting years to see Samsung utilize. And on the right is the front of the Galaxy S 6. The main portion to notice on the front is the home button. It seems slightly taller than previous Samsung devices and that could be to house the improved fingerprint scanner.

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Report suggests 75% of flexible displays in 2015 will be OLED

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Flexible displays gained popularity nearly two years ago when the LG G Flex and Samsung Galaxy Round were released. Companies have been hard at work to invest in the technology required to output devices with flexible/curved displays since. There are a few choices when it comes to the specific type of display used, but it seems that OLED will dominate in 2015.


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New video explains everything about the LG G Flex 2

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Starting next week, the LG G Flex 2 to will arrive in select markets to begin its global rollout. Those that still are unsure of whether or not the device is for them should take a look at the new product story video posted by LG earlier today. The company goes feature-by-feature explaining how everything works. The company provides collected data to support its decisions and offers comparisons to other technologies.

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Wallpapers nine and ten for the HTC One M9 posted online

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Continuing the slow and steady release of HTC One M9 wallpapers, Twitter user @LlabTooFer has posted what would be the ninth and tenth wallpapers for the device. The two most recent images lean on geometric shapes, one circles and one diamonds, to create a background tapestry for the devices. If you want to check out these new wallpapers, just hit the break. Once you see them, if you want to download the full-size images, just follow the source link for download links.
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Samsung Galaxy S6 wireless charger pays a visit to the FCC

 

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While many of us are looking forward to Samsung’s official unveiling of the Galaxy S6 on March 1st at MWC, the Korean manufacturer has been busy getting its ducks in a row with regards to its accessories. An example of this would be the wireless charger that has been approved by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission). As seen from the image above, the wireless charger has a circular design. 
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AVG report details the apps hogging resources on your mobile devices

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AVG Technologies, the online security company probably best known for their suite of anti-virus solutions, has been spending some time analyzing mobile apps by pulling anonymous data from user’s smartphones that have the AVG Android app installed. Using the data, AVG looks at the installed apps on a quarterly basis to determine which ones are consuming battery life, data transmissions, and storage. If you are wondering why your smartphone’s battery is draining so quickly or why it is using so much data or you seem to be running out of space, the AVG report may help you pinpoint the most resource-hungry apps you are using.
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Motorola delivers the Moto E (2015) to our doorstep

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The mystery announcement promised by Motorola arrived on the doorstep of Talk Android’s very own Robert Nazarian this morning. As it turns out, Motorola decided to forgo a traditional in-person press event in favor of a virtual one. Contained inside of the package sent by the company is the brand new Moto E (2015) with a truly unique unboxing experience.

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