HTC One M9 obtains Wi-Fi and NFC certifications


While we have been enjoying the search for leaked photos and information about HTC’s next flagship smartphone, expected to be revealed at MWC 2015, HTC is busy taking care of all the steps needed to bring a product to market. One of those steps is obtaining the variety of certifications needed for a device. HTC is on top of those items as certifications for a couple wireless technologies included in the device have been obtained. Read more

Samsung GT-i9300 Galaxy S III Receives Wi-Fi Certification?

Last week we told you about the believed Galaxy S III appearing on Samsung’s official UAE site as model number GT-i9300. The device has since been pulled from the sites listings but the model number has recently appeared elsewhere on the interweb in the form of a Wi-Fi certification. Unfortunately there is no additional information to be had from the certification document but I imagine we should start to see more details the closer we get to its announcement. Speaking of announcement, we are still unsure when we will get official word surrounding the GSIII, lets just hope Samsung’s launch “review” yields a MWC unveiling.

source: pocketnow


Does Samsung Already Have a Successor In The Works For The Galaxy Note?


It looks as if Samsung may already be in the process of making another Galaxy Note. A device with the model number GT-N8010 has just recived Wi-Fi certification. A little deducing on our part can lead us all to believe that this may in fact be the next Note. The original Galaxy Note bares the model number GT-N700, and Samsung has no other device with N as a model number. So logical reasoning would lead us to believe that this is the next generation Note. Granted this is all speculation for the time being. We aren’t certain of anything at this point and we can only wait and see what Samsung has in store for us.  Stay with us, as I am sure we will learn more about this device in the coming months. What do you think? Is it the next Note or something else entirely? Let us know in the comments section below.

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