Online serial “leaker”, @Onleaks, has provided the interwebs with what is to be believed to be the next flagship device from Sony – the Xperia Z4.
Measuring in at 146.3×71.9×7.2mm, the Z4’s measurements are very similar to the current Z3, as is the actual look of the device. There’s no surprise there, as Sony seem to be releasing a new flagship device every six months and it doesn’t leave a great amount of time to innovate.
No other news on what the specs are as yet, and as we said this is only a leaked image, but when @Onleaks revealed the HTC M9 that was more or less spot on.
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Fancy a flatter version of the HTC One M9 with a slightly bigger screen? These are the first shots of the new HTC One E9, which slipped out via this Chinese site and has a 5.5″ screen who is apparently Quad HD. However, rumours are that the Snapdragon 810 CPU has been swapped out in favour of a 64 bit octa-core MediaTek.
It’s looking like two versions may become available, with a 13 megapixel front camera on one version whilst a higher-end model will have an UltraPixel cam.
Other than that, we really don’t know a great deal. We will, as always, keep you posted though.
Source – Tenna.com.cn
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If you were still picking sides following the launch of HTC's One M9 and the Samsung Galaxy S6, there's now a bit more to work with. Retailer B&H Electronics has (accidentally?) revealed that a 32GB flavor of the HTC One M9 will start shipping on March 25th for $649. That's the exact same price (and release date) as last year's look-alike model and a good chunk less than the Galaxy S6 is expected to cost. That said, you'll also need to weigh factors like Exynos versus Snapdragon CPUs and all-metal versus glass-and-metal designs. The listing could also be inaccurate or premature, so we wouldn't count on the pricing or date without official word from HTC.
Filed under: Cellphones, Mobile, HTC
Via: Phone Arena
Hey, someone tell bestbuy that the HTC One (M9) launch isn’t until this afternoon. This listing has appeared overnight, and it seems to contain either official imagery or good “guesswork” based on the leaks we’ve seen so far. The specs are also listed and the handset is stated to have a 5″ Super LCD3 (1920 x 1080) with a 2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 MSM8994 CPU, 3GB RAM with the Android 5.0 Lollipop OS. It’s got the usual WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth and 4G LTE speed.
Also included is 32GB internal memory and comes with a microSD slot for another 128GB of storage. Those cameras are listed as being a 20 megapixel front-facing selfie cam and the HTC UltraPixel 4 megapixel rear camera.
Oh, and it’s listed at $649.99, which is £422.
As usual, we’ll be on site live this afternoon to get you a hands-on with the new device and our thoughts. The fun starts at 3PM UK time, 4PM CET. Be here for the live feed, Twitter updates and video from the event.
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See folks, it’s not just me putting brand-new phones face-down on the floor to take shots. These images of the yet-to-be-announced Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have just leaked out over at xda-developers. A member called graaler, who doesn’t appear to have posted anything else, has uploaded a couple of screenshots.. of pictures.. to the forum.
These shots, if in indeed they are real, show that Samsung will be launching two versions of the S6, with the Edge variant getting a “dual curved-edge display”, unlike the Galaxy Note Edge, which only had one corner display. From these shots, however, we can only really see one edge, not the other, so the jury is out.
The pictures aren’t the highest quality, so we’ve zoomed in as far as we dare on the shots below. Looking again it does look like there is indeed two sloping edges on the Edge version..
We’ll be hitting Barcelona soon enough to report on the Samsung event at Mobile World Congress live and direct, so don’t go anywhere and be sure to whack that Twitter button to follow every twist and turn of the event.
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HTC isn't the only mobile company having trouble keeping its 2015 flagship phone under wraps. XDA-Developers forum member reefur has posted photos of what's believed to be a prototype Samsung Galaxy S6 for AT&T. The tipster was understandably worried about giving it a spin, but he notes that this handset is "pretty slim" and more upscale than Galaxy S phones of the past. In addition to the expected metal frame, Samsung's usual plastic backing has been replaced with glass à la the iPhone 4 and Nexus 4 -- don't drop this, folks. There also doesn't appear to be either a removable battery or a microSD card slot, which is bound to disappoint some fans if this is what shows up at Samsung's March 1st event. %Gallery-slideshow268689%
Filed under: Cellphones, Mobile, Samsung
Yesterday, French blog NowhereElse.fr pointed us to a few curious images of a purported protective case for an ‘iPad Pro,’ originated from a Chinese accessory vendor which makes iPad Air cases.
The sleek black case clearly shows cutouts for a rear-facing camera, Lightning connector, volume rocker, microphone, mute switch and power button.
However, the cutouts for stereo speakers believed to be located at the top and bottom of the device are nowhere to be seen. Big media has asserted that the oversized iPad will rock a screen measuring either 12.2 or 12.9 inches and one analyst believes the device may include an optional stylus for the creative types.... Read the rest of this post here
"Another purported iPad Pro case leaks" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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Follow the Apple rumor cycle and you'll notice that accessory makers play an important role in leaks -- some of them "borrow" factory blueprints to produce cases and other add-ons for iPhones and iPads that are still weeks away from launch. Well, the crew at 1 Infinite Loop is apparently fed up with these companies spoiling the surprise. Sources for 9to5Mac claim that Apple made key accessory producers sign agreements preventing them from getting design details from anyone besides Apple itself. If the firms give into the temptation and ship leak-based products, Apple warns of "penalties" that could include refusing to stock the offending goods at its stores.
Filed under: Cellphones, Peripherals, Tablets, Mobile, Apple
Motorola's tactic when launching last year's Moto E was to let it appear on Brazilian retailer FastShop for a few hours, and then whip it away as soon as people began to notice. Looks like it's another case of history repeating with the refreshed version of the low-end handset, with a listing popping up on Best Buy only to disappear shortly afterward. If the since-pulled listing can be believed, however, then the device is about to get around $30 cheaper and significantly more powerful than the 2014 vintage.
Filed under: Cellphones, Mobile, Lenovo
Via: PocketNow, Pocket-lint
Source: Best Buy (Pulled), Android Police
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
"Claimed photos of 12″ MacBook Air display assembly surface" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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