KitKat. At this point KitKat has already been confirmed, so all we need now is to actually see it. Below is a few new photos that hit the web courtesy of 9to5Google reportedly showing the white notification bar colors, and a redesigned pile of Google applications.
Google changed the name of the next version of Android to KitKat, and launched a full fledged KitKat campaign with chocolate galore. While we're all waiting for an announcement from Google, a few eagle-eyed fans at AndroidPolice stumbled on some new Google Keyboard screenshots (from Google themselves) in the Play Store potentially showing us Android 4.4 KitKat.
HTC One Max has yet to be officially announced, however it doesn't look like that is going to stop the details from leaking. We have seen plenty of leaks over the weeks and months, with some of the more recent showing the handset side-by-side with the Galaxy Note 3. As of today though, it looks like the One Max has been rooted and there is also some detail in terms of the camera features.
HTC was curiously silent at IFA in Berlin early this month where it was expected to announce its HTC One Max phablet, with rumors now pointing to an October unveiling. It seems, however, that as early as now the device is already being steeped in controversy, with word that the anticipated giant won't be running on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 after all.
Sony has a few leaks somewhere. Details surrounding their latest and greatest smartphones, tablets, and even Lens cameras all seem to leak well ahead of the announcements. Whether these are controlled or not, Sony has just issued some new rules at their HQ aiming to curb and dry up these leaks.
Nexus 7 announced in July and the rumor mill surrounding the Nexus 5 smartphone kicking into full gear, it was only a matter of time before we get word of a refreshed Nexus 10 tablet as well. And looks like the device will again be coming from ASUS who already had the privilege of manufacturing the new Nexus 7.
HTC One Max has leaked several times over the past few weeks, and at this point it's no secret that HTC has a massive device coming soon to compete with Samsung and others. The specs and 5.9-inch screen have all but been confirmed at this point, and today's leak is giving us a better idea of what to expect in a size comparison sitting next to the Galaxy Note II and the new Note 3.
Nexus 5 being found at a bar, Google's own video showing off the phone, and more. Well, today we can add one more sighting complete with additional details found from a GFXBench result.
late-July. At that time we were seeing some basic specs, however that was followed up with a second leak a month later that provided a bit more in terms of detail. Moving back up to the present day and we are now seeing some additional chatter in terms of the specs along with word of the handset possibly being announced later this month.
LG Nexus 5 out and in the wild. Well, in the wild aside from the accidentally leaked image from Google's Android 4.4 KitKat statue unveiling earlier this month. A few videos and a trio of images have leaked, and we're getting some terrible video and our first solid look in pictures of the front and rear of the new smartphone.