Motorola is working on a follow-up for the DROID Ultra. The details are coming by way of the Chinese language Weibo and are pointing towards a handset called the DROID Quantum. In addition to the Quantum, it also appears Motorola may be entering the phablet space with a 6.3-inch handset.
Nexus 5. Now, courtesy of a leaked internal service manual, we're getting a peek at the hardware specs of Google's next Nexus smartphone that is now believed to be coming from LG.
HTC One Max. This time around the images have surfaced on the Chinese language ePrice and are offering a look at the handset sitting side-by-side with the Galaxy Note 3. And in addition, there are also a few shots of the backside of the One Max, both with and without the back cover.
Kit Kat leak has surfaced. This latest leak is arriving as a series of images and as such, is offering a bit of a look at some of the upcoming features. Anyway, while there is not much to indicate these aren't the real deal, they are showing a build that is still being referred to as Key Lime Pie. Not to mention, they are dated August 28th.
Android 4.3 for the Samsung Galaxy S 4 had been increasing in frequency lately. Just in the past week we have seen rumors suggesting the update would begin arriving in late-November and we saw an update schedule leak by way of a French carrier. Well, it looks like the latest has arrived in the form of an Android 4.3 test build for the Galaxy S 4.
LG has had the Optimus G Pro smartphone available for a while now, however judging from this latest leak it is looking another G Pro handset is getting ready to launch. The handset is the LG G Pro Lite Dual and a few images as well as some details in terms of specs have recently been spotted on the Russian language Hi-Tech.Mail.Ru site. And to clarify, LG is expected to release the G Pro Lite Dual in Europe.
HTC One Max, which is slowly becoming somewhat of a mythical beast. But in the meantime, it seems that the Taiwanese company is keeping its hands busy with a new iteration of an old line, the HTC Butterfly 2.
Android 4.4 soon enough. Recent chatter suggests Google has an announcement planned for October 14th, but as we always see in these types of situations -- the leaks and rumors begin running in overdrive prior to the announcement. A few weeks earlier we saw mention of Android 4.4 having been spotted as build KRS74D and judging from this latest leak, Google has had a few updates since.