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Samsung unveils new LED modules for future “advanced mobile devices”

Samsung has already announced the Unpacked 5 event. While Samsung hasn't confirmed the Galaxy S5 would be unveiled during the event, we are expecting to see the handset. Similar to not using the Galaxy S5 name in connection with Unpacked 5, Samsung has unveiled a series of new LED modules with mention of how they will be appearing in future "advanced mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets."

HTC One M8 image leak details dual camera setup

The follow-up to the currently available HTC One has been the subject of frequent leaks and rumors. At this time the handset goes by the codename of HTC M8. While the reports have covered a wide variety of topics up until this point in time -- we have seen several that touched on the camera setup. To that point, two reports from January mentioned how the M8 could arrive with a dual-sensor UltraPixel camera.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Active and Zoom tipped incoming

Samsung Galaxy S5 rumors have been heating up lately. There has been several reports, including one from a Korean securities firm that listed (what they believe) to be a full set of specs. Perhaps a bit more important was news of the Unpacked 5 event, which has been announced by Samsung and will be taking place just ahead of Mobile World Congress, on February 24th. Along with Galaxy S5 rumors, we are now beginning to see details of an Active and Zoom model.

HTC One “M8″ may arrive with dual-sensor UltraPixel camera

Yesterday we got a bit of a look at a case for the yet to be announced HTC M8, also known as the One Two and One+. Keeping in mind this is a rumor based on rumor, however the case was shown to have two decent sized openings on the back side. Presumably, one of those would be for the camera lens, but the other is where the speculation comes in to play. It was thought it may have something to do with a fingerprint sensor.

Moment brings premium lenses to mobile devices, Android included

The lack of add-on camera lenses for Android devices can be frustrating. Our iOS counterparts seem to enjoy a nearly endless litany of aftermarket products, while Android users are left to the stock offering, and not much else. For some Android users, that could (read: likely will) change soon. A new Kickstarter brings the aftermarket camera to one popular lineup of Android devices, with more possible.