LG is earnestly trying to get into the Android tablet market. Last week, an LG executive confirmed that the Korean manufacturer is planning on releasing a tablet this year. Currently dubbed as the LG G Pad, this tablet will apparently be running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 instead of the expected Snapdragon 800.
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HTC One Mini. the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, and the Motorola DROID Mini. A leaked photo from XDA Developers Forum now hints that Sony will be playing the same game with the Sony Honami Mini.
Hennessy and Galaxy Golden flip phones to Verizon's newly released LG Enact. Now even Motorola is rumored to be taking a similar diversion, with leaked photos of what could be the Motorola DROID 5 sporting a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
Sony has an announcement event planned for September 4th and we are expecting that to include the Honami. Sony hasn't confirmed which devices would be shown during this event, but that hasn't stopped the leaks and speculation surrounding the Honami from getting a bit out of control. We have recently seen the device dubbed the Sony Xperia i1 and it looks like we are now being treated to some additional images as well as a near complete set of specs.
Intel has made promises and predictions regarding more mobile-friendly versions of its chips but has also been called out for its snail-paced progress on delivering on those promises. Intel might finally be laying out all its cards next year as a leaked roadmap reveals the company's rollout of mobile chips for 2014 and beyond.
smartwatch isn't slowing down. After hearing multiple rumors about the device, Bloomberg confirmed the September 4th unveil last week, and now the details are starting to flood in. Last week we detailed many of the specs, and today we're hearing more of the same, as well as tons of other interesting tidbits.
HTC One Max phablet is coming, and it is coming soon. It's no secret at this point that HTC has a large 5.9-inch smartphone in the works to take on the bigger competition, but one question has been whether or not we'll get a stylus with it. For some it doesn't matter, for other Galaxy Note and Note II users a stylus is critical. And now our latest leaked image could be hiding exactly that.