As Google edges closer to separating their Photos app from the Google+ platform, an early version of the new app has surfaced for sources to take a look at the direction being taken by Google. Many core features appear to carryover from the way they operate in Google+, but other features are being added along with some new adjustments for users to polish up their photos. Read more
A new budget smartphone from Huawei leaked this morning with some interesting hardware reportedly inside and a truly budget price. Perhaps the most notable item included in the new device is a push-to-read fingerprint scanner on the back of the device. That is followed closely by word that the device will be capable of supporting all network bands. Read more
A second GeekBench report emerged earlier today and this time it’s the Galaxy A8 we’re looking at. If this benchmark is anything to go by, it appears the handset won’t actually feature a 5.7-inch display as previously expected. It will, instead, sport a 5.5-inch panel.
The Huawei P8, despite being launched less than two months ago, is already seeing its successor receive attention. Alleged acquaintances of Huawei factory workers claim to have knowledge of the upcoming P9’s specifications.
Hot on the heals of its official announcement, a leaked snap of the Meizu Note 2 has appeared online, revealing that the handset is set to ship running Flyme — a highly-adapted version of Android 5.1 Lollipop.
On Saturday, renowned leaker @Upleaks took to his official blog to post a render and a purported set of specifications for an upcoming selfie-focused smartphone called the Sony Lavender.
A few days ago, OnePlus sent out invitations to an exclusive event it’s holding in Beijing, China, on Thursday, May 28, to introduce its brand new operating system, hydrogenOS.
However, it looks like the Chinese manufacturer may also be gearing up to unveil a little something extra at the press conference if a set of images, which surfaced online earlier today, allegedly showcasing the packaging of a new product are anything to go by.
Riding on the buzz generated by their new LG G4 flagship smartphone, the manufacturer is rumored to be preparing a smaller version of the device for the mid-range market. A new listing in a Vodafone database for the Hungarian market appears to confirm this is the case. Although a previous listing on a Dutch site showed the device as the LG G4C, the Vodafone listing has it as the LG G4 Mini.
Sources indicate the LG G4 Mini will sport a 5-inch display, possibly only running at a 720p resolution, and will be powered by a Snapdragon 615 processor. The device is expected to be available this summer, possibly as soon as June in some markets.
The listing has since been taken down by Vodafone.
Samsung has released ‘Active’ versions of their flagship phones since the Galaxy S4 in 2013. The Galaxy S6 will continue that streak for the company and here we have an alleged image of the Galaxy S6 Active. It shows the device, obviously for AT&T, built with durability as the focus. The camera and heart rate monitor have not moved at all, but the speaker is now situated on rear’s bottom left corner.
The internal specifications are likely to remain the same and Samsung is said to be swapping out the 2600mAh battery for one sized at 3500mAh. So this device will have durability and longevity on its side.
Four devices, some unannounced at this time, were name-dropped by Evan Blass on Twitter with Verizon being among their destinations. The companies sending their devices to Big Red include Sony, LG, HTC, and Apple.