Lenovo might be jumping on the QHD display bandwagon. Over at China, at batch of photos show that Lenovo's next smartphone, the Vibe Z2 Pro, will be competing against the likes of LG, OPPO, and maybe Samsung in the 2K display arena.
HTC recently hinted that it was working on yet another One, and that one might soon be coming to China. This "Vogue" edition of HTC's flagship is said to sport roughly the same specs but in an a less flattering form.
We've seen several leaks related to the Galaxy Tab S lineup. But up until this point they have seemed to focus on the 10.5-inch model. In fact, a recent FCC filing revealed several images of the 10.5-inch Galaxy Tab S sporting a model number of SM-T800. Along with that model -- there had also been talk of an 8.4-inch model.
More than two weeks ago, LG announced three new members of its G Pad tablet family to be exhibited at MedPi 2014 in Europe. Now we're getting a glimpse of one of these, the G Pad 7.0 to be exact, and rumored details for this device may sound a bit disappointing.
By the time LG unveils the LG G3 in a few hours, there will barely be any surprises left. In the Netherlands, the official product page for the G3 has gone up, and remains up, detailing almost everything that you'll need to know about this upcoming flagship.
It's understandable that there are people who are excited about the upcoming LG G3, but it seem that some stores are just a tad too eager. A store in Korea, in particular, has been caught showing off a dummy model of the smartphone, days before LG itself would show off the actual device.
The flood of videos of an unreleased Samsung Galaxy S5 Active keep rolling in. This time, the focus is on how the smartphone is different, or the same, compared to Samsung's current flagship, including some new sensors, a camera with OIS, and a regular micro USB port.
We're getting close to the scheduled reveal date of the LG G3 and, naturally, the rumors and leaks are ramping up. This latest batch comes from LG itself, though rather indirectly, as they are snaps of advertising materials for the upcoming smartphone.
Here comes another video detailing the Galaxy S5 Active and practically removing any mystery left about the device. A series of benchmark tests now reveal just what exactly makes this rugged version of Samsung's flagship tick.
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.