first look at the brand new and impressive looking LG G2 smartphone, and this week LG wants to show it off a bit more. With the Galaxy Note III coming soon, not to mention a few devices from Sony and a rumored Nexus refresh, why should you choose the LG G2? LG wants to show you exactly why with these two new videos.
leaked manual, the QX100 will be the higher-end of the two models.
Sony is surely paying attention. We know they have a few neat new lens accessories that will attach to smartphones, which we're expecting them to announce on September 4th, and yesterday they revealed a new point-and-shoot camera with easy NFC pairing to our Android devices.
Galaxy Note III. A source has revealed that the new phablet will be able to shoot videos in 4K, something which may placate would-be buyers who were greeted by a disappointing news yesterday.
confirmed anew that its next device, the N1 camera smartphone, will indeed have backside touch controls. This time, it is putting a twist to its announcement, asking its Twitter followers what to call this panel.
Samsung, and today some reports have started floating around that they'll have an impressive camera early next year. Sometime around March they look to finally employ their new 16 megapixel mobile camera setup with optical image stabilization. Could this be the Galaxy S5?
Samsung Galaxy Note III. That talk has included everything from the display to processor and camera. There has also been plenty of chatter about colors. The Galaxy Note III is expected to arrive with a 5.7-inch 1080p display and depending on region, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor.
Oppo N1 camera smartphone.
Sony isn't wasting any time talking about and teasing their upcoming smartphone almost daily as of late. Between leaked images all month long, to official teaser clips over on Twitter. Well, now they are upping things a little further by posting some images on their official Facebook page showing off the waterproof ability of the upcoming Xperia.