It is finally here, the First Official Press render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ has been leaked online.
The photo shows a The Galaxy Note 5 with its new stylus, similar shape and design of the S6 but wider. The image also shows the new official wallpaper of the TouchWiz on the latest Android 5.1.1 build that will be pre-installed on the Note 5 devices.
The Galaxy S6 edge+ photo render doesn't show anything new it terms of design, except a thinner bezels in the sides, but we can expect a boost in the device's hardware specs. Both device is expected to launch on Samsung's upcoming Unpacked event on August,13th. Stay tuned!
A German retailer called" Cyberport", accidentally listed the HTC One (M9) along with its official press photos and specs, set to arrive on two color options gunmetal grey with black accents and silver with gold accents. Now the images don't exactly align with previous leaks which showed new design for the speaker grilles so this might be a mere publicity stunt by the retailer.
Though the listing has been redacted now, the images and specs were already downloaded. Bearing a close resemblance to the HTC One (M8) design, the new One (M9) features 5-inch display and fresh batch of rumors based on leaked wallpapers point towards 1080p resolution. Powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset, it packs 3GB RAM, 32GB on-board storage and up to 128GB microSD expansion support.
Measuring 9.61 mm thick, One (M9) will run Android 5.0 Lollipop with HTC Sense 7. In the front is a 4MP UltraPixel camera and at the back is a 20MP camera with dual-LED flash. HTC has packed 2900mAh battery to power this smartphone. The Device will be announced on March,1st.
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.
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!
Here's the Official Press Photos of the HTC One M9 in its all 4 Colors (Gunmetal Gray, Amber Gold, Silver/Rose-Gold, Gold/Pink). HTC made some design modifications and used a Dual-tone Metal unibody. Enjoy the photos!
IFA 2015 was held in September this year and the next major event for world's mobile geeks will be the - CES 2016. It will happen in Las Vegas in January, 2016. Many mobile device manufacturers will be showcasing their devices in this expo.
In general Samsung unveils a lot of consumer electronic products during these kind of events, and it will follow the same route during CES 2016 too. The South Korean electronics behemoth has already started sending out invites for the expo. They will organise a press conference at CES 2016 on January 5, 2016 between 14:00 and 14:45 hours. That gives the tech giant good 45 minutes to showcase the products and it is rumoured that some of the devices will be from the Galaxy series.
Right now there is no information on what Samsung has planned to show during the keynote. Although it is highly unlikely that they will unveil S7 in the event, some are speculating the same. The reason behind this is that Samsung usually reveals the S series during this time period. The company might showcase the Galaxy A9, which is supposed to be powered by the Snapdragon 620 chipset, along with some other audio and video devices.
Samsung recently released the details of their CES 2016. Keynote would be held on the 7th of January and the press conference is scheduled for January 5th.
There have been speculations that Samsung may announce their new Galaxy S7 smartphone in January. But contrary to all the speculations there won't be any S7 show-case in CES.
The Korean tech giant will once again start its CES with a press conference, revealing its latest offerings in TV, home appliances and smartphones on January 5.
For all the latest updates, media resources and content related to Samsung at CES 2016, you will soon be able to check out Newsroom's special page. Samsung's CES-related information can also be accessed on social media by using the hashtag #SAMSUNGxCES2016.
Samsung has already attained a significant level of optimization with the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+, and it would be interesting to see TouchWiz become even more efficient in the coming future (Samsung might also have plans to fix the prolonged multitasking issues present in the high end devices). The report also says that the microSD slot will come back with the Galaxy S7, but right now all we can do is wait for the device.
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)
Today, Samsung officially unveil its schedule for CES 2015. The huge trade show is fast approaching, as we're now exactly one month away from its debut.
January,5th is when Samsung will hold a press conference at CES, starting at 2 pm Las Vegas Time. This will be followed by a keynote address by BK Yoon, Samsung Electronics CEO and President, at 6:30 pm.
On the same day also, Sony will hold its CES presentation, though that will start at 5 pm. So this is shaping up to be a pretty crowded day, as the day before the trade show's doors open has always been.
The first press renders of the upcoming long-rumored Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 has been leaked online. The images shows a two variants, one with 8-inch display and another one with 9.7-inch display tablets.
Both versions of the tablet will feature a screen with 4:3 ratio and a resolution with 2048 x 1536 pixels the same as the one found in the Apple iPad family. The 9.7" Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 will debut with the model number SM-T810, while the 8" variant will carry the SM-T710 moniker. The tablet is rumored to be only 5.4mm thin.
Specs-wise, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is expected to pack the same 64-bit Exynos 7420 SoC as the Samsung Galaxy S6, coupled with 3GB. The chipset is among the most powerful solutions currently on the market, thus meaning that the slates won't lack hardware oomph.
We already posted the first Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Android 5.0.2 Lollipop firmware few days ago. The device is expected to be announced by next week.
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
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
32GB internal storage
16-mp cameras at both the back and the front
NFC, Bluetooth 4.1, etc.
Expected price: 479 euro/500 USD
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
We knew that the Galaxy Tab S3 was going to be the unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and as expected, we were right. Samsung's email invitation to the media houses for the MWC confirmed that piece of info by containing a teaser preview of the upcoming tablet's bottom bezel. Since Samsung has now confirmed that the Galaxy S8 won't be making an appearance at this event, the Tab S3 will in all likelihood be the company's main attraction in Barcelona.
Samsung will hold its unveiling event at 7PM CET, on the 26th of February where it may or may not showcase a few other smartphones as well. Just in case you are wondering what kind of hardware the Tab S3 will be packing, we have you covered.
9.6-inch 2,048 x 1,535 pixels display
Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC
4GB of RAM
32GB of internal storage
13-megapixel/5-megapixel rear and front cameras
Although the specs mentioned above are gathered from a recent rumor that originated in Korea, the chances of them being right are pretty high.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
Evan Blass has leaked another image of the Galaxy S8 today on Twitter, which could be the upcoming press release render for the smartphone. The render even has the date on the phone displaying March 29, Wednesday; the official launch date for the two smartphones. From what we can see, it seems that this time around Samsung may launch the Pearl Black color variant right from the start, instead of waiting like it did with the S7 Edge last year. Whether this is the S8 or the S8+, is a bit hard to discern since both devices look essentially the same this year with their curved edge-to-edge displays.
Additionally, we have a leaked video for you as well from Slashleaks on YouTube, which clearly shows the S8 and the S8+ in action. However, the quality of the video is quite bad, as is the camerawork itself. Nevertheless, they do give us a look at the two devices and is worth checking out. If you want a much shorter but high quality video showing off the S8, check it here.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
The Galaxy C10 is coming soon as the device has now officially entered the final software testing phase. We are not saying that firmware version C9150ZCU0AQF2 is the final version, but it isn't impossible either. When the smartphone comes out, it will be the first Samsung device to carry the C10 moniker. The specs seem pretty good on paper (figuratively speaking!) too, thanks to the Qualcomm SD 660 chipset and 6GB of RAM. Rumor has it that the famous (or infamous) Bixby hardware button will be making its way onto the C10 as well.
The OnePlus 5 rumors will soon come to an end as the release date is probably about two weeks away from now (June 20), but that time is not yet here! Today's leaks are probably as realistic as it can get though with press renders. If it is showing the right phone then the OnePlus 5 will not have a curved bezel-less display, unlike previous rumors had suggested. Nevertheless, it does look gorgeous though.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
What you see above is almost certainly the Galaxy Note 9 in all its glory, which Samsung will be unveiling in just a few weeks' time. As you can see, even the S Pen is out and clearly visible in this image and everything looks pretty good, albeit similar to what we have already seen with the Galaxy Note 8 last year.
The leaked press image comes straight from one of the most reliable leaksters in the field, @evleaks, so the authenticity is not really in question. Besides, at this point, it's only natural for these leaks to come in from all around the internet. The all blue handset is complemented quite nicely by the golden S Pen (except on top) which will have Bluetooth support this year. If you like what you see, get ready for the unveiling on August 9 and the release on August 24. Pre-orders will likely start by mid-August so you better start saving!
Oppo is reported to release the Oppo N2 successor before 2015, Today, We got some press rendered images of the upcoming Oppo N3 from GSM arena, please note the the photos may be just fake. As you can see, a very weird design from Oppo with large display and roll-camera.
These photos show a phone that's impressively thin, save for a bulbous circular section above the screen that houses the rotating camera and dual flash module along with a speaker on the side, possibly twinned on the opposite side for stereo.
Beneath the screen you can just barely see Oppo's usual capacitive navigation buttons. The body looks like aluminum, but that could just be the matte grey coloring.
And the rumors begins, LG is preparing to reveal its 2015 flagship which will be called "LG G4". Today, we got a glimpse of what it might look like, as an early Press render image leaked on twitter that showcases the back of the smartphone in what appears to be a gray color scheme.
As you can see above, LG G4 appears too look a lot like its predecessor, LG G3. A beefed up camera sensor is the biggest difference between the newcomer and the 2014 top dog. LG's power/lock key, volume rocker, laser focus, and dual-LED flash have remained intact. The same goes for the placement of the sole speaker on the back of the phone.
The render is reportedly an early one, so the final device might look a tad different when it launches. Purported measures of the LG G4 are 148.9 x 76.5 x 9.9mm.
Motorola is definitely going to release a successor for its last year's Moto 360 smartwatch, we saw many leaks and rumors about the new Moto 360. Today, we got the first official renders of the Next-generation Moto 360 smartwatch.
The new renders show two slightly different size variants of the next-gent Moto 360. As previously reported, the larger model could be called Moto 360L (or Moto 360 2 L), while the smaller one might be dubbed Moto 360S (or Moto 360 S). It's said that the former has a 375 mAh battery, while the latter comes with a 270 mAh one. Both may offer displays with resolutions of 360 x 360 pixels. For now, we don't know anything else about the two new smartwatches.
Motorola may plan to announce its new Moto 360 smartwatches next week at IFA 2015 in Berlin, and we assume that both will be available to buy in the near future.