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Galaxy S6

 

We just got some Samsung Galaxy S6 Exclusive concept renders that might be very close to the real deal. The Galaxy S6 is the most anticipated flagship in 2015, these renders are the closest to what the rumors suggested.

 

The renders shows a device with a design very close in design to the Galaxy Alpha. Samsung Galaxy S6 (Codenamed Project Zero) is expected to feature radical new design, coupled with cutting edge hardware. A design language that combines what we've seen in the Samsung Galaxy Alpha and the Galaxy A family of smartphones shouldn't catch anyone by surprise. These products were the first to mark a departure from the heavy use of plastic for the Korean company.

 

Galaxy S6

 

Purported specs of Samsung Galaxy S6 include Exynos 7420 chipset with octa-core CPU, 5.2" QHD display, 3GB of RAM, and 20MP camera. The device is expected to launch during MWC in Barcelona.

 

What do you think about these Concepts ?

 


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We know almost everything about Samsung's upcoming flagship Galaxy S6, We even have a pretty good idea on the handset's shape and dimensions. This is mostly based on leaked images of various cases for the future smartphone, but fairly recently we also saw some alleged schematics of the Galaxy S6 that seemed pretty accurate and credible enough.

 

Based on those info, somebody has taken up the task to fire up some CAD software and produce a few gorgeous and very detailed renders of the Galaxy S6. At this point these images are as close as we can get to actually seeing Samsung's next flagship and judging from what we already know the renders should be close to, if not absolutely accurate.

 

Galaxy S6 render

 

The Samsung Galaxy S6 should be equally impressive in terms of hardware. Rumors point toward an Exynos 7420 octa-core power house of a CPU along with an equally impressive Mali-T760 GPU and 3GB LPDDR4 RAM. The Galaxy S6 should spout a 5.1-inch QHD display and a rather impressive camera setup - 20MP OIS main shooter and 5MP front-facing.

 

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Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge

 

Only one week away from the Big unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S6, we are all waiting to see this beast specs and design. While you're waiting... Here's the latest 3D renders concepts for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.

 

Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge

 

These latest renders shows a sleek, metal uni-body devices, one of them a dual-edge curved screen. Both devices in the render is covered with Glass, front and back. The only thing we didn't like is the camera design, it's very edgy and seems like it pops-out of the phone which will make it vulnerable to scratches.

 

What do you think about these latest Galaxy S6/S6 Edge concepts?

 

 

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We already reported before that Samsung is expected to release a new phablet by the end of this year to be called, Galaxy Note 5. So far all the rumors suggests that the Note 5 will launch with two variants (Regular and Edge). You can check all info and specs we have so far regarding the Galaxy Note 5 Info HERE.

 

Today, we got some Concept Renders of the Galaxy Note 5 Edge based on the leaked info. The renders are very close to the Galaxy S6 Edge design and the device is shaped like the current Note Edge, Check the Video and Photos below!

Note 5

 

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Note 5 Edge [Video]



Huawei will surely take part in MWC 2016, as this Chinese firm has already sent out the invitations for the event to be held on 21st February. However, we didn't know what exactly would be on display that day.


On 15th February, a rumor surfaced pointing at the probability of a hybrid laptop, supposedly the Huawei Matebook. Although the rumour emerged for the hybrid PC, the chance of a new Huawei P9 was also discussed extensively. Now, this speculation has been bolstered and an official announcement can be expected - thanks to the official-looking renders.



The images also show some of the most sought after info on the design element of the smartphone and establish proof of some of its previously speculated features - a dual camera in the back and a fingerprint scanner mounted in the back. Apart from this we can say that the Huawei P9 will sport a metal body and a 2.5 curved display on the front. There will be four color choices - gold, white, pink and gray.


The Huawei P9 will be backed by a Kirin 950 SoC, 4GB of RAM and feature a 5.2-inch screen. This is not fully confirmed, as there is also news of 6GB of RAM and four different variants of the phone coming with unique display and camera resolution.

 

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HTC One M9

 

Leak after leak, information about the HTC One (M9) has been leaking a lot lately, since the Taiwanese company's next flagship smartphone is due to be made official this Sunday. Now though, we may have the clearest look yet at the One (M9).

 

What you see below (and above) are a couple of official press renders that seem to show two different promotional materials for the One (M9). They come from a source that has leaked stuff in the past, so they could be legit. On the other hand, they may not, so don't take anything for granted just yet.

 

one m9

 

This leak tells us nothing about specs, but the handset should sport a 5-inch 1080p touchscreen, a 20.7MP rear camera, a 4MP (possibly UltraPixel) front camera, 3GB of RAM, and a 2,900 mAh battery. Running the show will be Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 SoC with a CPU coming with four Cortex-A57 cores clocked at up to 2GHz, and four Cortex-A53 ones that only go up to 1.5GHz. The One (M9) will run Android 5.0 Lollipop Out-of-the-box. Stay tuned!

 

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It's going to be a year in December since the Galaxy A5 (2016) was released, so we are pretty sure that the A5 (2017) is going to make its appearance around the same time this year as well. The smartphone was already seen in Geekbench way back in August, so there is little doubt regarding its existence. In fact, the A5 even got its Wi-Fi certification earlier in October.



If you are interested about the A5 (2017), take a look at these renders, as well as the video. Unfortunately, we cannot treat you to any leaked pictures of the smartphone as of now. Nevertheless, these renders are based on solid information and should provide a fairly accurate depiction of what's to expect from the A5 (2017)



Display: 5.2-inch Full HD Super AMOLED panel
Camera: Unknown
Dimensions: 145 x 71 x 7.8 mm
SoC: Exynos 7880 SoC with Mali-T860MP4 GPU (1.87GHz/1.3GHz)
RAM: 3GB
Battery: 3,000mAh
Build: Metal body covered in glass with rounded edges at the back.
Others: 3.5mm audio jack, USB Type-C, etc.


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Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



@OnLeaks just revealed a whole lot of details about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 just before the handset is about to be revealed tomorrow on August 2 by Samsung officially at the Unpacked Event. The sheer amount of details that we see in the leaked press renders show us everything that there is to be seen. In fact, the renders are also available in three colors that the Note 7 will be available in.




We even get a look at the next Gear VR headset by Samsung that's about to come out with the Note 7, complete with USB Type-C connectivity. In case you not aware of the specifications of the device yet, here's a final look before it comes out officially.



Dimensions: 153.5mm x 73.9mm x 7.9 mm


Weight: 168g


Display: Dual Edge 1440p QHD 5.7-inch Super AMOLED panel


Front/rear camera: 5-mp/12mp


Security: Retina scanner/Fingerprint scanner


SoC: Qualcomm Snapdragon 821/Exynos 8893


RAM: 4GB/6GB


USB: Type-C


Battery: 3,500mAh


Price: EUR 850/USD 950 (as per this particular leak)


Even though there isn't anything left to the imagination unfortunately, we would really like to see how many of these "rumored" specs turn out to be wrong, if any at all!


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



If you have been following us, you probably have a pretty good idea about what to expect from the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 7 already. But just in case you don't have an idea, have a look at some these recent renders released by VRS Design while listing their new range of cases for the Note 7.



The pictures do not reveal anything to us that we do not know already but they sure are reinforcing the rumors almost to the point of becoming facts. We can see the S-Pen's top end poking out from the bottom right S-Pen slot and the expected USB Type-C port makes its appearance in this render as well. What we do not see clearly however, are the three lenses of the rumoured retina scanner. Given that the images do not show the retina scanner to be absent either, don't lose hope yet! Additionally, we can see the dual Edge display, the ambient light sensor, the front camera, the rear camera and the dual tone flash.


Author: Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

 


The market for tablets isn't exactly doing well at the moment because the demand for digital slabs is going down significantly with each passing month. That however, is not going to stop the highly anticipated Galaxy Tab A 10.1 2016 reboot from coming out later this month. The 8.2mm thick and 525 grams heavy Android tablet will come in two models, SM-T580 and SM-T585. The T580 will be a Wi-Fi only device, while the T585 will have support for LTE networks (up to 300Mbps).


Both models of the device will share more or less the same hardware, starting with the 1080p IPS display and one of Samsung's own octacore Cortex-A53 processors clocked at 1.6GHz (Exynos 7870 SoC). There may also be 2 gigabytes of RAM and 16 gigabytes of internal storage. Rumors indicate that the Tab A might have support for external memory cards, as per the new trend by Samsung. A modest 8-megapixel snapper may be seen on the back of the tablet, while a tiny 2-megapixel sensor in front of the phone will have to do. Strangely enough, the bottom firing twin speakers are both on the same side. All the hardware will be powered by a promising 7,300mAh battery.


Other rumors are suggesting that in Europe, the T580 and the T585 will very soon be sold for €289 and €349 respectively. Experts suspect that the Wi-Fi only T580 will take a little longer to go on sale (June), as compared to the Wi-Fi/LTE enabled T585 (late May). Before you start to draw conclusions, let us warn you that these are still rumors, albeit very realistic ones. Nothing about what you just read is official yet and is largely based on unconfirmed reports and a recently "leaked" render of the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 2016.


Author: Saikat Kar (Tech-journalist and enthusiast)



Evan Blass from @evleaks has just released a few renders online via Twitter and they show the three colors of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in full flurry. The colors are Black Onyx, Silver Titanium and Blue Coral, as supposedly named by Samsung. However, they have raised some eyebrows as the almost confirmed iris scanner we had seen before in the leaked photo of the Note 7's front panel, is missing here. The three circular lenses necessary for the iris scanner to work (as per a recent patent filed by Samsung) are nowhere to be seen in these alleged press renders of the next Note.



It should be noted that Evan Blass himself had declared that the Note 7 will have the much anticipated iris scanner, yet his own leak counters that theory now. Nonetheless, we can see a slightly curved back over here in this render, as well as an even lesser camera protrusion that seen on the S7. The S-Pen and its placement looks identical to that of the Note 5 and the dual Edge display can be clearly observed. Whether this is indeed the final render that will be seen on August 2 is something that we will find out in about a month's time from now.


Author: Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



The Galaxy J3 (2017) is going to make its appearance anytime now and rumor has it that it's going to be announced on December 1. However, even if it is announced somewhere around that date, the J3 (2017) will probably not go on sale till January next year. The good news is that we already have a pretty good idea about the low range smartphone, thanks to multiple leaks, rumors and a recent tweet by Evan Blass from @evleaks, revealing press renders.



Display: 5-inch 720p/1080p Super AMOLED panel
SoC: Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 (1.4GHz octa-core A53 processor with Adreno 505 GPU)
RAM: 2GB/3GB
Camera: 8-mp rear sensor with f/2.0 aperture and 5-mp front camera
Storage: 16GB/32GB internal with micro-SD card slot for cards up to 256GB
Battery: 2,600mAh removable
Android version: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
Colors: White, Gold and Black



After looking at the renders, the only significant change from the J3 (2016) that we picked up on is that the phone now seems a lot more rounded, especially around the corners.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



The next incarnation of the Samsung Galaxy A5 is on the verge of being released, and today, we have more information and even some leaked images for you. It seems that there will be four color variants of the A5 (2017); Gold, Pink Gold, Black and Blue. Some of the rumors are even suggesting that the Blue variant is actually going to be the Blue Coral color which debuted with the Note 7 and later made its way onto the S7 Edge. Take a good look at the renders yourself and tell us which one you will be getting.


We have already reported about similar specs earlier, this leak confirms those specs one more time before the A5 (2017) is launched officially. Note that although it is expected that the A5 (2017) will debut in China as always, it should make its way onto various other markets around the world soon after.


5.2-inch FHD Super AMOLED display
Exynos 7880 chipset
3GB RAM
32GB internal storage with a micro-SD card slot
16-megapixel cameras at both the back and the front
3,000mAh battery
Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
Debut: In China
Price: 2,699 Yuan ($388 approximately)

 



Samsung's Galaxy A-series is one of its most popular line-ups in the mid-range section and the latest iterations of the series are now officially confirmed by Samsung Malaysia to make their debut at the CES 2017 on January 5. Today we have official press renders for you to look at and get an idea of what's coming.



Both the Galaxy A devices seems to have a more rounded design this time around with slimmer bezels and a metal frame. The renders we see here are clearly showing three color variants for both the Galaxy A3 (2017) and the Galaxy A5 (2017), although the rumored pink/pink gold variant is missing, from these renders at least.




Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017)


4.7-inch 720p Super AMOLED display
Samsung Exynos 7870 chipset
2GB RAM
16GB internal storage
8-megapixel front and 13-megapixel rear camera
NFC, Bluetooth 4.1, etc.
Expected price: 379 euro/396 USD


Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017)


5.2-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display
Samsung Exynos 7880 chipset
3GB RAM
32GB internal storage
16-mp cameras at both the back and the front
NFC, Bluetooth 4.1, etc.
Expected price: 479 euro/500 USD


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Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

 



Samsung had earlier made it apparent that they are taking security issues very seriously this time around with the Galaxy S8 and everything about it should be a secret until the company is ready to unveil it to the public. However, according to a recent leak on Twitter by VenyaGeskin1, it seems that those efforts of Samsung are not working out in the way that they expected them to! Check out these leaked renders of the Galaxy S8 (allegedly) and tell us if you think this is indeed the upcoming flagship from Samsung.



While we cannot see the rumoured dual rear camera setup over here, the S8 in these renders does sport the rumoured bezel-less edge-to-edge curved design without the iconic Samsung Home button in front. Strangely, the fingerprint scanner has not been shifted to the back, which could mean that the S8 would be using Synaptic's under-the-glass optic fingerprint scanner after all. Is this really the Galaxy S8? Or is it just an attempt to conceptualize the phone based on what we know so far? If this is the real deal, then chances are that what we are seeing is the regular Galaxy S8, rather than the Galaxy S8 Plus with the dual camera setup and a 6-inch+ screen.



Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



The Google Pixel and Pixel XL are all set to launch around the world in October, but thanks to VentureBeat, what we have for you today are alleged renders of the two smartphones, ahead of time. What you see above is the smaller Pixel, with 5-inch Full HD display, 4GB of RAM, possibly a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 (2GHz clock speed) processor, 32GB of internal storage and a 2,770mAh battery to power it all. There will also be a 12-megapixel rear snapper, an 8-megapixel selfie cam, USB Type-C, fingerprint scanner at the back and maybe even a 3.5mm headphone jack if we are lucky!



The Pixel XL pictured above will almost be identical to its smaller brother, except a bigger, better display and battery. The display on it will supposedly sport a 1440p Quad High Definition panel stretched over 5.5-inches. The battery is also significantly bigger at 3,450mAh in order to power that large QHD display. The two smartphones from Google are rumoured to be more expensive than any of the previous smartphones from the brand with a price tag that starts at $649. Both smartphones are being manufactured by HTC, under the Google Pixel branding.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



Thanks to a new revelation by GSM Arena, we are now able to take a first look at the upcoming iPhone 7. Reportedly, these renders are made from actual 3D drawings by the tech guys at Apple. Of course, improvisations have been made in the color and material department through intelligent guesswork. We do not think that the renders will be off by much as they have done a pretty good job in emulating the parts that were not present in the original drawings.


From what we can see in these pictures, there will be a change at the back where the antenna lines used to be for iPhones. The good news is that two speaker grilles can be seen at the bottom of the phone, or at least we hope that they are speaker grilles! If the iPhone 7 does the same thing as they did with the iPhone 5s, one of those two grilles will only house the mic. Much to our disappointment, we did not see a 3.5mm audio jack anywhere in the renders.



According to these, the next iPhone is not going to have the dual camera setup which the iPhone 7 Plus is rumoured to sport. The images are not enough to pass judgement on whether the iPhone 7 is going to have water-resistance certification or not, but we are hopeful that it will. Stay tuned to find out more in the months leading to the release of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus towards the end of the year.


Author: Saikat Kar (Tech-journalist and enthusiast)



The LG V20 is indeed coming and it is coming on September 6, when the successor to the LG V10 will be unveiled at an event in San Francisco. This is official news and not a leak as LG Mobiles confirmed these facts on their own just recently. Additionally, we now have some high quality renders, leaked by @OnLeaks that shows us the LG V20 in vivid details.



Apart from the most obviously striking dual camera bump at the back of the V20, we can also see that they may have done away with the dual front camera setup at the front, as is found on the V10. There's also the secondary display on top of the main display and the volume buttons have been shifted to the left of the smartphone. The power button on its back will also act as the fingerprint sensor and the modular, removable bottom seen in the G5 is going to be there in the V20 as well. Keep in mind that there is a bit of controversy regarding whether the modular bottom will really be there or not in the V20, but if this render is accurate, then the module release button at the right does confirm it.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



2017 is almost here and as usual, all OEMs around the world are preparing to launch their new flagships for the new year. LG is still one of the biggest names in the business, but lately, they have been struggling in terms of sales. The company is of course, depending on the upcoming G6 to get themselves out of the rut that they seem to have fallen in recently. We have a few renders and a bit of info on the LG G6 for you today that may give us an insight onto what the Korean giant has planned for 2017.



The leak by Shai Mizrachi (brought to us via the courtesy of Android Authority) shows a design language that's not much different from what we saw last year on the G5. However, at 72.43 mm thickness, it's probably going to be more than a millimetre slimmer than the G5 (73.9 mm). Other rumors around the phone indicate that the G6 may sport a 5.2-inch/5.5-inch QHD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, 4GB/6GB of RAM and a dual camera module, reminiscent of the LG V20. If you are wondering if the G6 will have modular capabilities like its predecessor, nobody knows yet. Do you like what you see, or is the G5-ish design putting you off?


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


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