For a while now, Apple's upcoming iPhone 6 have leaked physical mockups, display components, front covers, and schematics all over the web. However, the physical reconstructions and diagrams simply do not do the potential design of the redesigned smartphone justice.
At this point to presume that the countless next-generation iPhone mockups we've seen in photos and on video are a close likeness to the actual 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch "iPhone Air" Apple plans to debut later this year.
These models are said to be made using actual schematics that were leaked from Foxconn several months ago, so they may be accurate down to the millimeter - though one recent report claims that there is a huge flaw in the designs that comes as the result of a misunderstanding of the schematics.
Based on recent reports and earlier part leaks, designer Mark Pelin has created a set of iPhone 6 design renders that might just be the clearest and nicest looking view of the potential phone. You can see thesome of the images below
We have already seen the Blackberry 10 images leaked by BGR last week. Now, we are witnessing an integration of this device in form of images by one of web vendors. Although, the official images of this new device (BlackBerry Z10) has already been published, but the vendor has provided image in his own hand.
The images were taken at a training centre opened to train the employees in Kuwait to know about this new phone and it's been confirmed that this new phone would be launching in Kuwait within 14 day. No other information regarding the price and other features has been revealed yet. Looking at the pictures provided now it seems it's just an integration of previous device with a bit of difference in terms of display. But, we will soon find out the exact story behind the curtain as the date for release isn't away.
Last year, Samsung introduced a few Android candybars that featured both touchscreens, and full QWERTY keyboards. One of them was the Galaxy M Pro GT-B7800 with Android Gingerbread on it, and now looks like we now have a successor to it.
The FCC certified GT-B7810, an Android-running QWERTY phone from Samsung images have been leaked. Apparently running Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, the Samsung B7810 looks a lot like the older B7800 model.
Samsung GT-B7800 features HSDPA, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, a landscape display with 480 x 360 pixels, Bluetooth 3.0, 3.5mm headset jack, rear camera, 1,200 mAh battery, and MicroSD card support. We don't know how much internal memory the new smartphone has, and neither the speed of its processor. We will just have to wait and see.
Thanks to Phonearena, the not yet announced Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 tablet has leaked to the public. Sadly the images are pretty blurry to tell the exact model number, but it seems to start with GT-P****, as Samsung's slates are typically numbered.
The images of the box says "Galaxy Tab 3", however, with the power of photoshop these days, so we cannot assume this is the real one, So far we know Samsung wants to bring all their tablets in white first. so the black model is interestly to say the least. We will know more at the Mobile World Congress.
Code name - SANTOS
- Official name - Galaxy Tab 3 8.0
- GT-***** - Galaxy Tab 3 8.0
- GT-***** - Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 Wi-Fi
- GT-***** - Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 LTE
Code name - SANTOS
- Official name - Galaxy Tab 3 10.1
- GT-P5200 - Galaxy Tab 3 10.1
- GT-P5210 - Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Wi-Fi
- GT-P5220 - Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 LTE
Code name - ROMA
- Official name - Galaxy Tab 3 Plus
- GT-P8200 - Galaxy Tab 3 Plus
- GT-P8210 - Galaxy Tab 3 Plus Wi-Fi
- GT-P8220 - Galaxy Tab 3 Plus LTE
Source: Phonearena - Sammobile
Recently, alleged features of the Galaxy S IV have made the internet abuzz and it appears that the Samsung flagship smartphone will be using Exynos 5, instead of Snapdragon. Furthermore, just today, snapshots suspected to have been taken by the Galaxy S IV have begun to surface over the net.
Speculatively, aside from the Exynos, there have been questions regarding the phone's chipset. The International Samsung Galaxy S IV or the Verizon version will have NenaMark figures to distinguish them from the rest.
On Picasa web, photos that were allegedly taken by the Galaxy S IV surfaced. According to the benchmarks, the new smart phone will feature a better resolution of 2322 x 4128 pixels and this kind of supports the rumor that the S IV will have a 13 MP camera. Whether this version of the Galaxy S series will be loved by many or not remains to be seen.
We know that before a retailer make a new case, it has to be very sure how the phone will look, otherwise, it will lose a lot of money. Well, a british mobile accessory retailer (mobilefun.co.uk) claims that its Chinese suppliers have leaked cases to them on Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S IV.
Well, we can see that the phone does look to sport a 4.99 or 5-inch display, likely at Full HD resolution. The overall shape of the phone looks much more angular than the previous generation. In Addition, we can see that the phone will include a mid-mounted rear camera, with LED flash and rear speaker mounted on either side of the fairly large camera. We've got a headphone jack on the upper right with volume buttons on the left hand side, a lock button on the right and micro USB on the bottom.
What do you think of these Samsung Galaxy S4 accessories? Let us know on the comments below.
Google today posted factory images for Android 4.2.2 (JDQ39) for the Verizon Galaxy Nexus alongside the new 4.2.2 binaries. If you are wondering what's the purpose of the factory images, they allow you to flash your phone back to its original stock state. This is really useful in the unfortunate event that you mess something up trying to install a custom ROM.
If you are on a Sprint Galaxy Nexus, an Android 4.2.1 factory image is available as well.
We were wrong when we reported about Samsung Galaxy S IV will comes with Wireless charging, but not to worry, it should be fairly easy to add the functionality by swapping back plates and slapping the device on a wireless charging pad.
Pictures above show the back cover replacement straight out of China. You then place the device with its new cover on the charging pad for the wireless charging to happen. The charging pad itself has to be wired up as expected.
See a video below regarding to Wireless Charging.
There is no doubt that Huawei's 6.1-inch giant screen phablet will be getting some attention at CES 2013. Following Yu Chengdong, the company's mobile device head honcho, the first to demonstrate the phone in a Huawei store, the domestic media companies got interested in details of this phone.
The news that this 6.1 inch phone the Ascend Mate backed with a curved design, from the middle to the edge of the curve, the body is very light and thin, the screen display is also pretty good.
Before exposure parameters Ascend mate body thickness of less than 9.9mm, equipped with a 6.1-inch 1080p touch screen, equipped with quad-core processor clocked at 1.8GHz (model may be the Hass K3V3) and 2GB of RAM at the same time, and to provide 13 million pixel camera and 4000mAh capacity battery.
The Ascend Mate may join the Ascend D2 for an official unveiling during CES in January. We will any details on the site once we have it available.
Huawei ‘s new Ascend P2 images got leaked by @evleaks, the phone was to be unveiled next month in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress (MWC). Huawei previously unveiled Ascend D2 at Consumer Electric Show (CES), so the brand has planned to launched their new product at another fascinating event i.e. MWC. While looking at the features of the phone, we came to know that it has bit smaller screen in comparison to Ascend D2, D2 has a 4.5 inch screen whereas P2 has a 4.5 inch screen.
Other features of the phones include a 2 GHz quad-core processor, 2GB RAM and a powerful battery of 1300 mAh. The software of the phone is updated by Jelly bean, but no idea of its version. If everything turns out true this phone could be a hit with its dynamic features and style. Previously, the rumors are proven right and it is expected to remain same for this phone too.
Google has posted the factory images and binaries for the Nexus tablets and smartphone versions out there. In case you haven't updated your Nexus devices to the newest Android 4.3 version, you can get it as follows:
- JSS15Q is available for the Nexus 7 (2013)
- JWR66Y is available for the Nexus 7 (2012), Nexus 4, Nexus and Galaxy Nexus (yakju and takju variants)
The Galaxy Nexus 4, Wifi and HSPA Nexus 7 (2012), Nexus 10 and GSM Galaxy Nexus all stick with build number JWR66Y and are referred to as "android-4.3_r1.1", while the Nexus 7 (2013) splits to a different path with build number JSS15Q and "android-4.3_r2.2". Sprint and Verizon versions of the Galaxy Nexus, along with the Nexus S, are seeing no factory image changes however.
Source: Android 4.3 download