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Samsung Galaxy S III camera sample appears

Some new waves are starting to hit this afternoon regarding a sample photo or two that were taken with the new unannounced, and unreleased Samsung Galaxy S III. Obviously this is just a random image so we can't take much from it, although seeing test pictures appear gives us hope that the smartphone is coming soon.

HTC Rezound Android 4.0 ICS leaked with Sense 3.6 — get it now

It looks like the latest and greatest version of Android from Google, version 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich is starting to make its way to multiple HTC handsets. HTC was quick to announce their devices that would see the update, but never detailed an actual time frame for most. If you have the HTC Rezound that day is today because Android 4.0 ICS with Sense UI 3.6 has just leaked in an official build. Get it and the details below.

Android 4.0 ICS leaks for Acer Iconia Tab A500 and A100

Good news all you Acer tablet lovers. When the A200 started getting Android 4.0 ICS a few weeks back, then we later heard the older more popular A500 and A100 wouldn't get updated until late April I'm sure a few of you were upset. Good news today comes in the form of the official Android 4.0 ICS builds for both tablets being leaked over on XDA.

ASUS TF300T images leak, could be their next Transformer tablet

ASUS recently launched their Transformer Prime TF201 Android tablet, and are set to release a budget 7" slate later in Q2. New leaks today however have us wondering if we'll be seeing a third slate from them this year. New images of what is being called the ASUS TF300T have leaked. Is ASUS preparing a new Eee Pad Transformer to replace the original, and be priced under the Prime? More details below.

LG CX2 photo leaks: Next dual camera 3D smartphone for LG

For those that thought the entire dual camera 3D idea for smartphones was just a fad and something that would quickly pass -- maybe it wont. Apparently LG is preparing their next flagship 3D model to follow up their somewhat successful Optimus 3D. Reports are calling this smartphone the LG CX2 and we have a few press images too.

Sony ST25i “Kumquat” Xperia device spotted in the wild

What you see here is a smartphone from Sony Ericsson that until now was unknown. Recent roadmap leaks put the odd codename "Kumquat" on our maps but now we are actually seeing pictures of the phone. Looking strikingly similar to the recently announced Xperia S the Kumquat will be coming in slightly smaller than its larger siblings and will have a 3.5" screen. More details below.

Intel Medfield Developer Android Tablet spotted in the wild

We have been hearing a little bit of chatter and news regarding Intel's upcoming Medfield mobile processor and SoC over the past few days, including some leaked benchmark results and specifications (linked to below). Today we have a little treat for our readers. While the tablet has already been seen before at the Intel Developer Forum conference, we have the tablet out and in the wild -- probably in the wrong hands but we'll take it.

Intel 32nm Medfield mobile processor specs and benchmarks leaked

The popular chip maker Intel that I like to call chipzilla is preparing their own mobile processor or SoC (system on chip) called Medfield that we all have probably heard about a few times. They've shown off a prototype device too and more details on that are below. Today we have some leaked specs and benchmarks that are actually quite impressive that put this new Intel mobile processor right up there with NVIDIA's Tegra 2 and Qualcomm's dual-core chipsets. More competition the better right guys?

HTC Sensation Android 4.0 ROM Leaks, teases Sense UI on ICS

While developers have been going crazy porting and working on ROM's for all devices to get a taste of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich today we have something even better. This appears to be a full Android 4.0 ROM for the Sensation XE that was leaked to the public. Developers have already ported this to the regular HTC Sensation and it seems to be working great. This also gives us our first glace at what to expect with HTC's Sense UI on Ice Cream Sandwich -- more of the same sadly.