Chinese website iFanr on Friday posted a series of claimed photographs said to depict a display for Apple’s rumored MacBook Air redesign featuring a twelve-inch Retina screen display assembly with black glass cover and a polished Apple logo.
Earlier in the month, Taiwanese trade publication learned that Apple supplier Quanta Computer had begun ramping up production of the upcoming 12-inch MacBook Air ahead of launch sometime in the first quarter of 2015.... Read the rest of this post here
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According to @upleaks Taiwanese phone manufacturer HTC is working on a mid-range handset dubbed the Desire 626.
From the leaked images, the Desire 626 looks very similar to HTC’s current mid-range Desire handset the 826.
However, the Desire 626 will sport considerably less powerful internals, which includes :-
- 5-inch 720p display.
- 1.7Ghz octa-core processor from MediaTek.
- 2GB Ram
- 16 GB Internal Storage.
- 13MP rear camera.
- 5MP front shooter.
- 2,000mAh battery.
Shipping with Android 4.4 out of the box, but set to receive the update to Android 5.0 Lollipop down the line. The toned down internals means that the Desire 626 should be quite a bit cheaper than the Desire 826.
Source Upleaks via twitter
The post HTC Desire 626 specs leaked is original content from Coolsmartphone.
There’s always a fine line just before a big phone launch. For a start, we never know if..
a) The leaks are made “accidentally on purpose” to increase the hype around the phone.
b) If the phone we’re seeing here is actually a dummy, prototype or perhaps a concept design someone made for an earlier handset.
Here’s some more shots (to add to these) of the next top-end HTC phone (apparently) that we’ll see unveiled (maybe) at the HTC event in Barcelona. These clearer shots, handed over in the dead of night by a man in a dark coat to Phandroid.com, show that the design of the HTC One handsets really isn’t going to change a great deal in this new version. Now, if this is the real final design and we’re not just being led up the garden path, it could be a good or a bad thing depending which side of that (garden?) fence you’re sitting on. Personally, I know of a couple of people who have upgraded their HTC One M7 to an M8, only to go and sell the M8 on eBay and keep on using the older M7 – just because it’s well built and hasn’t really aged a great deal.
So, what can we tell from these latest M9 shots? Well, it’s definitely the back that’s changed the most, with a square camera assembly and a slight shift of the power and volume buttons from the previous model. The specs are now also pretty much confirmed – an octa-core Snapdragon 810 CPU with the Adreno 430 GPU, 3GB RAM, Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and the HTC Sense 7.0 UI, a 5″ 1080p display, 20.7 megapixel rear camera and the HTC UltraPixel selfie camera.
Announcement coming in just a few weeks from now and, don’t forget, we’ll have the biggest team ever in Barcelona to give you the most all-conquering converge you’ve ever seen.. baby.
The post More holes than Swiss cheese. Yet more HTC One M9 shots emerge is original content from Coolsmartphone.
Leak happens, and poor HTC might have just become the first victim out of the MWC lot this year. What we're looking at here are two alleged spyshots of the company's upcoming flagship, the "Hima" aka "M9," courtesy of Nowhereelse.fr, who has since removed the images. While the French blog has a mixed record of credibility when it comes to leaks, we're struggling to find signs of tampering in these photos, but that's not to say we're convinced just yet.
For one, the amusingly large camera hump on the back (remember the M8 Prime?) is a total eyesore on the familiar-looking but seemingly slimmer body; and it even reminds us of the Huawei Ascend Mate 7's own imager. If real, then HTC better have a very good justification for this. Maybe some love for a stealthy optical zoom feature? Or a larger sensor for bigger pixels? As for the pseudo-depth-sensing camera normally positioned at the top, the tipster may have cropped it out just to irritate us all.
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Source: Nowhereelse.fr, Bloomberg
A photograph of a manufacturing mold for the rear shell of an ‘iPad Pro’ was posted Thursday to China’s Weibo microblogging service, indicating that Apple’s rumored larger iPad model could be entering mass production pretty soon.
As first reported by MacRumors, it wasn’t immediately clear whether the supposed mold is for an actual iPad Pro shell or for a dummy unit which was posted online back in May 2014.... Read the rest of this post here
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Next year, perhaps even during the forthcoming CES, Huawei will unveil the Ascend P8, its next mid-range flagship device. Thanks to the French site NowhereElse.fr, we’re glad to report about what kind of hardware this device will pack under its fancy hood: 5.2-inch full HD screen HiSilicon Kirin 930 octa-core chipset built on TSMC’s 16nm…
Aside from the hot new BlackBerry Passport and Classic, the Canadian company is also preparing to launch another new device in the near future. That would be the BlackBerry Z20 aka Rio, which will cater towards emerging markets of the world. The preliminary information we’ve got (read: rumors) suggest this will be a device that…
The first Lollipop firmware for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has been leaked. The software — which was obtained thanks to an error on the website samsung-updates.com — has been brought to the world attention by a samsungviet.vn forum member, who claimed this is the “real deal.” Later on, the ROM has been brought over…
Samsung is far from done releasing thin, all-metal, mid-range smartphones, judging by a leak at Chinese wireless regulator Tenaa. Though more modest in specs than the Galaxy Alpha, the new 5.5-inch Galaxy A7 is definitely the A-series' alpha model, trumping the Galaxy A5 and A3 phones. At 6.3mm, it's Samsung's slimmest model ever, and also sports a 1080p screen, 64-bit Snapdragon 615 CPU, 2GB of RAM, 16GB (non-upgradeable) memory and 13-megapixel front/5-megapixel rear cameras. The model shown above is strictly for the Chinese market -- to find out whether it'll come to these parts, you'll have to wait for Samsung's official word.
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Via: GSM Arena