We’ve heard a ton of scuttlebutt with Sony’s upcoming bezel-free smartphone, the Xperia C5 Ultra, being the main topic of conversion over the course of the past few weeks, but we haven’t seen any tangible evidence revealing what the device may look like.
Up until now, that is.
Pictures of the upcoming Moto G (2015) have leaked showing the device in its retail box. The specs of the device written on the back of the box are also shown in the photos, confirming that the new Moto G will come with a 5-inch 720p display, sport a quad-core 1.4GHz CPU (Snapdragon 410 SoC) and be water resistant. Read more
The newest range of devices from Motorola will be unveiled on July 28, but leaks are showing no signs of stopping until then. While the Moto X has been Motorola’s flagship device, the Moto G has served as a valuable mid-range phone. The Moto G (2015) will step things up a by joining the Moto X with Moto Maker customization this year. At some point yesterday, Motorola accidentally posted the options available through Moto Maker for the new Moto G, showing that the phone will be unique to its owner.
The quality of front-facing cameras has improved dramatically over the last twenty-four months. Taking a picture with a front-facing camera, or a ‘selfie’ for that matter, now produces results that are worth sharing. Companies like HTC and Sony have even released devices with flash on the front to really maximize performance. Flagships, though, have yet to start including front-facing flash. This summer, that could change with the introduction of the Moto X (2015). Images shared online today show what is allegedly Motorola’s next flagship and a front-facing camera paired with flash is present.
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According to popular tipster @Upleaks, Sony’s upcoming selfie-focused smartphone, previously known by its internal codename Lavender, may be released publicly under the branding ‘Xperia C5 Ultra’.
A new image has surfaced on the Facebook page for hellomotoHK which purports to show the back side of four forthcoming Motorola devices. The image claims to show a Droid “Mini” device, the third generation Moto G, a new Droid device, and a third generation Moto X. Assuming the information is accurate, the Droid devices should be hitting Verizon sometime this fall adorned with what appears to be a Kevlar inspired design for the back cover.
Considering how some of the lines are not aligned, the image may be a rather poorly done PhotoShop. Let us know what you think in the comments.
source: hellomotoHK (Facebook)
via: G for Games
If the latest report out of Japan is anything to go by, Sony is gearing up to launch its upcoming flagship smartphone of 2015, the Xperia Z5, later this year in Asia for around $650.
We’ve known for a while now that Google is set to launch not one, but two Nexus smartphones later this year. One will be manufactured by LG and the other by Huawei. However, if a new report out is anything to go by, it would appear that the LG-built Nexus will not be based on its flagship G4 as previously thought. Instead, the South Korean company has teamed up with Google to design the upcoming device from scratch.
We’ve heard an awful lot about Samsung’s upcoming high-end smartphone, the Galaxy A8, over the course of the past few months, but we haven’t had any indication of when it’s supposed to launch. Up until now that is. Earlier today, a picture emerged online promoting the unofficial phone in an independent retailer’s brochure, thus suggesting that its release is imminent.
The OnePlus 1 experienced a huge amount of success in 2014, and the Chinese startup OnePlus will soon be unveiling the successor of their popular device, the OnePlus 2, on July 27th. Business Insider recently acquired a few sketches of the yet-to-be released device, giving us a hint of what might possibly be new on the successor of one-of-the most talked about Android smartphone of 2014. Read more