Samsung Galaxy S5 have been appearing in rumor form for some time now. There have been reports suggesting an announcement was coming in January and a bit of talk about the handset having a 16 megapixel camera. More recently, there was an image leaked showing what was said to be a Galaxy S5 metal frame. And as of today, it looks like some additional specs have surfaced.
Nintendo might finally be on its way to bite the mobile gaming bullet but not in the way that many might want it to. The latest rumor claims that the Japanese gaming company is experimenting on an Android tablet that is particularly targeted for the education sector.
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.
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.
Samsung about how they are planning to release a smartphone with a curved display. Those details came from Samsung, however according to some reports coming out of Korea, it looks like that is not the only item the company is currently working on. In fact, those reports are pointing towards a new series coming next year.
Samsung was planning to introduce and launch a limited edition Galaxy Note 3 next month employing their YOUM flexible display technology. While we can't be certain of the name, a few more reports have surfaced this afternoon reportedly confirming the news, and it could end up being released as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Active.
HTC building and releasing another One smartphone, only this one will sport an 8-core processor. We know the quad-core model is fast, and the quad-core HTC One Max will be too, but I'm sure plenty of you would be interested in an Octa-core model of the flagship smartphone.
Samsung electronics to manufacture and build millions of new metal smartphone casings, which many believe are for the new Galaxy S5.
LG Nexus 5 have been pretty high, and they won't be slowing down until Google makes this device official. Late last week news broke about an October 14th reveal for the Nexus phone and Android 4.4 KitKat, and today we're getting a similar report from the somewhat accurate DigiTimes.
Nexus 5 which leaked on accident, and recent FCC filings have shared all the physical details we need. Now, all we're waiting for is a release date and more 4.4 details, a few of which we'll talk about below.