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More LG G4 leaked pics saw front and side view

Just a few hours after the non-final render showing the back view of the LG G4 was leaked on Twitter, we now get a few more images showing other angles of the upcoming new flagship. If the first picture kind of looked just like the current flagship, the LG G3, the front and side view now reveal that it just might be different in the sense that it carries the slightly curved design that the LG Flex series is famous for.

Twitter leak: Is this what the LG G4 will look like?

It might not hit the market anytime soon yet, but already rumors about the LG G4 are already swirling about. In fact, an early image render of the OEM's upcoming flagship has leaked on Twitter. And if this image is true or even closer to the actual smartphone, then it looks...just like the current flagship, the LG G3! Granted, the leaked photo only gives us a back view of the gray-themed smartphone, but based on that image, there doesn't seem to be much difference between the current and the future.

Possible Sony Xperia Z4 front housing leaked, no waterproofing

Now that we’re over the MWC 2015 chaos, maybe it’s time to put our attention to the devices that will be coming up within the year, more specifically, Sony’s new flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z4. There was a crazy rumor that it was going to be unveiled in January – so soon after the launch of the Xperia Z3 – but that proved false. In fact, it didn’t launch as expected at the MWC as well.

Several websites offering HTC One M9

One of the most frustrating things after an OEM has announced a brand new flagship or product is the lack of information as to its pricing and when it will be available. That's why we have to "rely" on rumors and leaks to at least give us an estimate of what we should be saving up for and how much time we have to gather our resources. HTC's new flagship, the One M9 has received rave reviews, and now some websites are showing listings of the smartphone, with pricing and availability listed.

Android Pay tipped for Google I/O unveiling

Sources have again surfaced, and they bring with them whispers of an upcoming "Android Pay" announcement at Google's I/O conference early this summer. Android Pay, should it come to fruition, will work exactly as you'd expect: it'll be used to accept payments in apps, and to pay for items in stores with a tap-to-pay arrangement and support for Android Pay. According to sources, Android Pay will likewise be built from the ground-up for Android devs, and will be, by the looks of things, a direct competitor to Apple Pay.
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