On one hand, it was nice of Nokia to finally release a couple of handsets powered by Android. On the other, they all weren’t from the sleek Lumia line. But things are about to change, as there’s reportedly an incoming Lumia handset that will run on Google’s operating system.
Fingerprint scanners are becoming a thing on phones now. The iPhone 5S wasn’t the first phone to feature one, but it was the first one to really take off with the feature, spurring other phone makers like Samsung to incorporate it into their phones.
Okay, so we normally try to stay from most unofficial Apple news because a lot of them tend to be rumors and pure BS. However this latest bit of news should certainly be of interest to Apple and iPhone fans.
Samsung has yet to hold an official announcement, but a new premium smartphone is already making rounds on the Internet. The Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime is rumored to be even more powerful than the current S5 flagship. Here is what we think we know so far.
It looks like MyPhone is readying its first octa-core smartphone, to be launched as the MyPhone Infinity. Basing on physical design, its looks like a rebrand of the octa-core Micromax Canvas Knight, which itself is an upcoming device but headed for India.
If these latest benchmark leaks are to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy S5 will be launching in two versions—the SM-G900R4 that’s jam-packed with the latest hardware and the lesser specced (but still high-end) SM-G900H.
It hasn’t even been a week since we last rounded up rumors about the Nokia Normandy, and the Internet is once again abuzz about this supposed budget-friendly Android smartphone. This time, we have photos of an engineering prototype and the app launcher.
The mysterious 12-inch tablet from Samsung, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, was finally confirmed by Sammobile – a credible source of Samsung-related news. They have also gotten some of the important specifications and benchmark scores of the upcoming device.
Rumor has it that the Samsung Galaxy S5 will be released sooner than the company’s usual March launch. As a sequel and the next flagship, it naturally must win people over with exciting, new features. Here’s what some reports are suggesting.
Now, this is a surprise! It seems that Nokia planned to release a low-end Android-powered phone all along! But as opposed to creating a skin of Android, they planned to make a forked version of it.
Two new mysterious devices have cropped up in the news. Going by the model numbers LG D830 and Samsung SM-N7505, they are likely to be smartphones that may be related to the Nexus 5 and Galaxy Note 3, respectively.