This week LG has “accidentally” leaked its next phablet in a G3 Beat promo video. While there wasn’t much details about the G3 Stylus except a stylus pen integration, there are now pieces of info from several sources.
Those who are eagerly awaiting the official announcement of the new smartphones from Samsung would have to wait just a few more weeks as the OEM is expected to reveal them in Berlin this coming September 3, two days before the start of IFA 2014. The rumoured devices that will be launched are the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the upgraded version of the current Galaxy Note 3, and the Samsung Galaxy Alpha (name not yet confirmed).
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may well be coming our way in September during the IFA 2014 in Berlin, and a specific tweet by @SamsungExynos – Samsung’s Twitter account for all things pertaining to their proprietary chipset and processor brand – has hinted that the next gen phablet may probably have a retinal scanner, or at the very least, security features that deals with the human eye. How many of those could there be?
Seems like only yesterday when we wrote about the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 appearing in AnTuTu’s benchmark database – check that, it was 3 days ago. The benchmarking outfit is at it again, testing the two rumored processors for the Galaxy Note 4’s two upcoming variants – the Snapdragon 805 for the US version and the Exynos 5433 for the international version. The results are enough to raise an eyebrow at, putting the Samsung-made Exynos chip above Qualcomm’s premier processor.
Samsung has been very active in putting out its latest and greatest devices for its adoring market – the Samsung Galaxy S5 and its variants the S5 Active, the S5 K Zoom, and most recently the S5 LTE-A. One of those not yet released but anticipated for this year us the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which most industry watchers think will be released at the IFA 2014 consumer electronics trade show. September is still a long ways, so for now, let us be content with the details of two variants of the Galaxy Note 4 which showed up in the database of benchmarking app AnTuTu.
Almost a month ago, we reported about the leak that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 would be sporting a kick-ass 2560x1440 pixel display on a 5.7-inch QHD screen. If news of a recent testing unit sent to India is to believed, then it confirms the initial leak, even as the official launch is still a few months away.
Even if the Galaxy S5 Prime turns out to be a dud, Samsung's next S-Pen phablet hopefully won't. The upcoming Galaxy Note 4 is now believed to sport a 2K resolution display fitted into a 5.7-inch screen.
Need something bigger? Samsung has it for you. We’ve heard the rumors here and there, but nothing has been confirmed — until now. Samsung, either by design or fault, has leaked their biggest tablet in a big way. A giant banner adorns the South Hall of the Las Vegas convention center, and it’s an homage to the biggest of Samsung’s offerings.
As we get closer to the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, we start to get a more solid picture of some of the devices expected to show up at the event. One such device, Samsung's ginormous new tablet, has been seen making a pass at AnTuTu, revealing what makes the expected Galaxy Note Pro 12.2-inch tablet tick.
It shouldn't come as much of a surprise that Samsung is working on some new tablet models. We have seen some recent leaks and rumors touching on some with an AMOLED display, but even putting that aside, Samsung is no stranger to offering a wide variety of device options. That being the case, it appears as if details are beginning to surface on a Note Pro, Tab Pro and Tab Lite.