Video of supposed new Nexus device from Huawei leaked

While Google hasn’t confirmed yet that the new Nexus device will indeed be manufactured by Chinese brand Huawei, a 10-second blurry video has been leaked and purportedly, it is the rumored smartphone. While the video is too short and unclear to learn specific details about the supposedly upcoming smartphone, we did learn a few more things about it, including what looks like a fingerprint sensor at the back of the device.

Samsung teaser reveals a “mystery tablet” also to be launched 

While we’ve all been abuzz about the official announcement of the Galaxy S6 edge Plus and the Galaxy Note 5, apparently Samsung has one more ace up their sleeve. Well, that is if a tablet could fit up their sleeve. A teaser for the “Unpacked” event happening this week shows that the OEM may be announcing not just 2 but actually 3 devices and the 3rd one might just be a 7-inch tablet or something to that effect.

Photos, AnTuTu score of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 leaked

We’re just a few days away from the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in New York and that means that more leaks and rumors are flying around. This time around, we have some supposed photos of the upcoming new phablet, as well as the performance score from AnTuTu, a popular mobile benchmarking site. And while none of these can be confirmed as yet, they all seem to be pointing to the same specs so we can assume that these are more or less what we can expect from the new product to be announced next week.

More pictures of upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 edge Plus leaked

Just a day after photos of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 edge Plus were allegedly leaked on a German website, we have even more photos of the phablet coming out. This time it’s from a French blog which says that they were one of the first to leak that the new smartphone will come out soon and that it’s a plus sized version of the current Galaxy S6 edge. The new photos didn’t really add much to the earlier leaked ones.

New rumored details emerge for Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge Plus

With the IFA just 2 months away, and a lot of new smartphones and tablets expected to be unveiled that time, more details about new products have been "leaking", spurring on the excitement of tech lovers everywhere. For those eagerly awaiting what Samsung has next, details about the upcoming Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge Plus have been trickling in, with SAM Mobile saying they have "exlusive information" regarding these new devices.

Blackberry and Samsung reportedly teaming up for an Android smartphone

If a certain Russian blogger is to be believed, Android powerhouse Samsung will be teaming up with struggling Blackberry and they will be producing an Android smartphone that will have BB services (which some people are still dependent on/loyal to). This rumor comes days after another report that the next Blackberry phone will not be running on the much discussed Blackberry OS but rather on the more ubiquitous Android platform.

Galaxy S6 Edge Plus with larger screen tipped for August

Samsung has done very well with the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones. Demand for the S6 Edge with its curved screen has been very high and Samsung has warned that supply won’t be able to meet demand. The hold up in production for the S6 Edge so far has been availability for the curved screen.

Nintendo NX rumored to be running on Android

Ever since Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata back in March mentioned that they are working on a new gaming console, speculation has been rife about what the Nintendo NX will be all about. The latest news coming out of the grapevine is that the upcoming device will be running on Android to make it easier for third-party developers to create products for it as well. If there is any credence to this, it will join Nvidia as an OEM creating Android powered gaming systems.

ASUS reportedly to unveil selfie-serving new Zenphone at Computex

Some have become famous because of it. Some have gained notoriety because of it. Some have turned it into an art. Some have used it for advocacies. Some have even risked life and limb to take one. Yes, the selfie is still here and looks like it wants to stay. No matter how you feel about them, you can't deny the fact that it's already part of our social zeitgeist (and even our dictionary). Asus will reportedly be releasing a new smartphone that will help fuel it even more.
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