We know the Samsung Galaxy S8 is coming this year, and there’s no shortage of rumours and leaks. The Samsung Galaxy S8 seems to have reached the point in its pre-release timeline where we’re privy to most of its release details. Here’s what we know about Samsung’s next flagship, including the Galaxy S8 release date, specs, features, and price, lining them up into the best picture of what Samsung will show off this Spring in the Galaxy S line of smartphones. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S8 rumour round up”
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Samsung Galaxy S8 has been the topic of so many rumours, some obvious, some bizarre and some even contradicting the other ones out there. It’s hard to tell which might be right but as is the situation now, most rumours and un-named sources of them have come to agree upon the design of the next Galaxy. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S8 design is said to be finalized , dual cameras only for plus and a prototype exists”
This has been an interesting year for Motorola and its fans. Instead of the Moto X 2016, the company brought forth a completely new lineup, the Moto Z family. Many thought of this situation as an ending for the Moto X and any future devices to sport the name. But now it is highly likely that a new Moto X is on the way thanks to the recently leaked Lenovo device roadmap for 2017.
This mocked up render from Tech Droider gives an idea of what a 2017 Moto X phone could look like if it were to be released. Continue reading “Potential Moto X 2017 leaked image and render mock up revealed”
A new leak has just popped up, and it gives us the best look at the Moto M smartphone thus far. The leak comes from NowhereElse, and showcases the phone’s metal chassis as well as the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
The Huawei Mate 9 is scheduled to be announced on November 3 – less than two weeks from now, and with the big day coming closer, we’ve been witness more and more leaks on the high-end phablet. Here’s another. The new renders shows several sides of the upcoming flagship from Huawei, including the same dual-lens Leica Summarit H 1:2.2/27 ASPH camera array found on the Huawei P9. That means one lens for capturing grayscale and the other for RGB. Continue reading “Huawei Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro renders reveal a flat and a curved screen variant”
Google’s Pixel duo are made by HTC but Google has retained the branding of the devices while HTC has to remain in the shadows for these phones. However, that does not mean that HTC will sit on the sidelines for the rest of the year. We’ve heard whispers of a new device from HTC allegedly slated to arrive this month, and there were some leaked rendered promo images last month. This is the first time though that we’re seeing the device’s actual pictures. Continue reading “This is the HTC bolt and HTC is showing ‘courage’”
It seems like we know everything about the Google Pixel and Pixel XL by now and yet it seems there’s always new details coming out. Just yesterday we had a new 360° look at the Pixel XL when the official launch date is just a few days away.
Today we have some new renders thanks to @rozetked.
As we quickly approach Google’s big Oct. 4th event in San Francisco, new information about what Google could have in store has been leaking out almost every single day now. Google phones still won’t be officially announced until Tuesday. Until then, we can only get excited about leaks, rumors, and reports about the phones
The latest is another 360° video render, this time of the Pixel XL that leaves nothing to the imagination. We’ve previously had 360° video rendering of the smaller sibling, the Google Pixel known back then as the Nexus Sailfish.
We’ve been hearing about the new Chromecast with 4K video support that would be launched at the Octobr 4th Google event. Now we know how it might look thanks to these newly leaked renders by gadget soothsayer Evan Blass (otherwise known as evleaks) by way of VentureBeat.
We’ve earlier had reports that the latest preview firmware for the Chromecast had replaced the Chrome logo with the ubiquitous ‘G’ logo. And now it seems the new ChromecastUltra might do the same.