Techconfigurations has just released a video on YouTube that shows the upcoming HTC made Google devices in detail. Keep in mind though, this is just a 3D video render that is primarily based on the leaked images that we have seen so far, combined with intelligent artistic creativity from the compiler. If you are not yet familiar with the rumoured specifications of the two upcoming devices, take a look below.
Both of them will sport the same 12-mp rear camera, 8-mp front camera, 4GB of RAM, bottom facing speakers, USB Type-C port, Bluetooth version 4.2 and fingerprint scanner on the back. However, the higher end Nexus Marlin may have 128GB of internal memory, as opposed to the 32GB internal memory of the SailFish. Marlin will also sport a bigger battery (3,450mAh) than the 2,770mAh battery rumoured to be inside the SailFish. Both the devices will feature Quad High Definition displays with an AMOLED panel but the Nexus marlin will have a larger 5.5-inch display compared to the 5-inch display of the SailFish. Even though it has been rumoured that the Nexus devices will both sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, the model number of the SoC is still a mystery.
Author: 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)
If the leaks regarding the Galaxy S8 and S8+ are any indication, then we will probably have a pretty good idea about what to expect much before the Galaxy Note 8 is officially revealed. In fact, what we have for you today is the very first render of the upcoming stylus touting flagship from Samsung. As you can see, it isn't anything fancy and looks more like a drawing than a proper render, but this is the very first one of many more to come.
From what we can see here, the Note 8 looks pretty similar to the S8+ in design, except that it looks a bit more squarish. Apart from the bezel-less curved display, which has now become the norm for all Samsung Galaxy flagship handsets, we also get to see the headphone jack, the speaker grill, the microphone, the earpiece, the Bixby button, the volume button, the power button, an USB Type-C port and what looks like a second stereo speaker at the bottom of the device. The missing Home button confirms that Samsung will either be sticking to a rear mounted fingerprint scanner or will be launching an under-the-glass fingerprint scanner with the Note 8.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
As you can see from the image, the render of the Galaxy Note 8 looks very impressive, especially because of the red theme which it's dawning. Nevertheless, this is most probably not the official render because it's still too early to be leaking press renders yet. Even if it really is just a fan-made concept art, kudos to the fan who made it, because it sure looks beautiful.
Recently, there have been a lot of leaks regarding the Galaxy Note 8 which has sprung up over the weeks. Alongside multiple renders and a few conceptualized 3D models here and then to enthral the Note enthusiasts, the most significant reports can be summarised in the following points.
• The Galaxy Note 8 will most likely be unveiled at the IFA 2017in September
• It will be running on Android Nougat 7.1.1 right out of the box
• The display will be slightly bigger at 6.3-inches than the 6.2-inch one on the S8+
• It will sport a dual rear camera setup
• The fingerprint scanner will continue to be at the back, but near the center
• The US/Chinese variant may sport Qualcomm Snapdragon 836
• There might also be a 8GB RAM version
We are not sure how many of these rumors will come true, but we will find out for sure in roughly two and a half months.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
The Oppo N3 is going to be unveiled on October,29th. We expect that the manufacturer will introduce two separate models. One, made with stainless steel, is expected to be strong enough to keep the Oppo N3 in its original shape.
The other model will employ an aluminum-lithium alloy that is lightweight, but tough. The main feature of the phone is the 13MP swiveling camera that allows for 13MP front "selfies" to be shot.
The rest of the specs include a 5.9 inch screen with a resolution of 1080 x 1920. A quad-core Snapdragon 805 CPU is under the hood, and 3GB RAM is inside. The unit will use the VOOC flash charger, which allows the battery in the phone to quickly recharge to 75% full in just 30 minutes.
Ladies and Gentlemen, It's Here, the first official photo render of the upcoming Motorola Nexus 6 courtesy of the popular leaker @evleaks.
Today, @evleaks tweeted a photo of the Nexus 6 showing us the upcoming long-waited release, Google is expected to release this device this month to be available on all stores worldwide by early November.
As you can see the Android L UI on the Photo along with the new Material Design Icons. The Nexus 6 will pack a 5.9" QHD display with 13MP camera along and probably SD 805 CPU with Adreno 420 GPU and 2GB Ram but all these specs are still not-confirmed.
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.
@evleaks posted a Photo of the upcoming Motorola flagship device, Moto X+1 as a "Retirement Gift". The phone has two colors, Black with matte back and white with a wood back. Both photos have Verizon's logo.
The images seem to match up with the images we previously leaked of what we believe to be the X+1, including the unique flash arrangement and somewhat confusing Motorola logo stamped into the back of the device. Around front, the front-facing speaker arrangement appears to match, and the home screen isn't too surprising, sporting Moto's minimalist skin. The white phone pictured has four gray dots that one may assume represent sensors.
Moto X+1 official annoucment will be on Sept,4th IFA 2014 event.
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.
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