Motorola and Google now that they've joined forces. The X-Phone has been a hotly debated device, and we've seen a few fake benchmark results appear of the Google X phone too. However, today something a little more realistic sounding has appeared. Read on for our thoughts.
Samsung are preparing a pretty massive smartphone for later this year. Following their yearly upgrade cycle we're expecting to see the Galaxy Note 3 be revealed sometime in September at IFA 2013, and until today we've been getting conflicting reports on the hardware. The leaked image below gives us an idea of what to expect, which is more of the same, only they've beefed up the internals again.
X-Phone has been spotted being called the Google X, and running the popular AnTuTu benchmark test. We'll take this with a massive grain of salt, that's for sure.
Galaxy Note III have been appearing by the handful, but we're starting to get a few repeat rumors that could lead to the real thing. The screen size is still up in the air, but multiple sources have "confirmed" 5.99-inches will indeed be what Samsung offers. And now we're hearing it will be an unbreakable plastic display, not glass.
Google have pretty big plans for their upcoming I/O developer event in May, but what exactly will we be seeing is still anyone's guess. We've heard and reported countless rumors but today another has appeared that takes the cake. Apparently Google will be dropping a new LG Nexus 4 (not a 5) with 32GB of storage and full support for 4G LTE. It will run Android Key Lime Pie and be revealed at Google I/O.
LG have a few smartphone in the works, and today we're getting some hints and details on what is expected to be the successor to last years popular Optimus G flagship. Yes, they've already announced and released the Optimus G Pro, but apparently a super-thin and impressive Optimus G2 is coming later this year to rival the Galaxy S 4 and beyond with some never seen features.
Eric Schmidt and former CEO of Google had some interesting and juicy comments regarding Android. We've shared a few of his statements this afternoon about Android activations, Samsung's role in Android and more, but now lets talk about Motorola.