HTC One was the subject of frequent leaks. That handset was originally known as the HTC M7, and well, it is looking like the next-generation device is going down the same path. The handset has been dubbed the HTC M8 and going all the way back to mid-July we were hearing reports of how this is expected to be an HTC flagship device for 2014.
Philips planning on launching a new Android tablet. Since then the consumer electronics manufacturer has practically fallen off the Android radar. This latest leak, however, puts the company back on track with its Amio tablet that surprisingly sports acceptable hardware for a budget price.
Sony has yet to confirm which device, or devices they were going to announce during the event. And while Sony has yet to confirm the Xperia Z1S announcement is coming on the 12th, a recent leak certainly suggests that is the device that will be announced.
Sony is preparing a smartphone that might bear some uncanny resemblance to the Sony Xperia Z1.
HTC has seemingly laid out all its big cards on the table, with the somewhat disappointing HTC One Max rounding up its roster, it's almost time to slowly start the rumor mill on the company's next flagship. This pair of leaked photos from VR-Zone's Chinese site reveals what may be the HTC M8 sporting a rather different frame design.
Samsung high-end devices who are itching to get their hands on the latest Android 4.3 version might now have their need satiated, that is if the devices were purchased from AT&T. Several builds for Samsung's Android 4.3 update have been leaked and are ready to serve the AT&T Galaxy S III, Galaxy S 4, Galaxy S4 Active and Galaxy Note II.
Android 4.4 looming over the horizon, some smartphones, especially the most recent models, are still trekking the road towards Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. One such device, the Samsung Galaxy S 4, isn't scheduled to get the update until later this month or even next month, but a leaked firmware might just make it possible for excited and willing users to get it before hand.
Android 4.4 Kit Kat screenshots have surfaced. This time around we are looking at what is said to be Kit Kat running on a Nexus 7 2013 model. These images appear to be following along with what we have been seeing in other leaks. Or in other words, we are still seeing features such as Tap & pay and Cloud Print. But that is not to say there isn't anything new.
Android 4.4 KitKat draws closer, rumors, tips, and theories about the new version of the Android operating system are starting to flow. In this round, we're hearing that Android 4.4 will be sporting not only a more sensible layout for the Location settings but also a new feature that could help trace battery-draining GPS-using apps.