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Leaked LG G4c: smaller, lesser variation of new flagship

Just like last year's LG G3, which saw various iterations like the G3 Beat, G3 Stylus, etc, the OEMs newest flagship, the LG G4, is poised to spawn off other smaller and probably cheaper variations. A leaked image has been circulating, and it looks like it will be the temporarily-named G4c (let's hope it really is just temporary). While it may look a bit like the flagship, the specs are anything but, as it goes for lesser features, probably to be able to price it cheaper.

Leaked Galaxy Tab S2 pic shows it isn’t as thin as expected [UPDATE]

If rumors are to be believed, Samsung will be launching its Galaxy Tab S2 sometime next month, and if it will be anything like its previous incarnation, the Galaxy Tab S, then it might be something for Android tablet lovers to look forward to. Initially, it was rumored that it might be even thinner than the thinnest one in the market, which is the iPad Air. But a new leaked image shows that may not be the case, although it still looks pretty thin.

Early Samsung Galaxy Note 5, ‘Project Zen’ details emerge

Now that everybody’s quite happy with the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge (even Samsung is quite happy with themselves for the current flagship’s sales), we can start moving on to what Samsung might have in store for us toward the end of the year. We’re possibly looking at early details to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and a possible successor to the Galaxy Note Edge mysteriously coded as “Project Zen” at the moment.

Sony’s Xperia Z4 may be introduced as the Z3+ to the world

When Sony was rumored to be releasing a new flagship this year, a lot of people were pretty excited, since the current one, the Xperia Z3 has been pretty well received. But when they finally unveiled in Japan the Xperia Z4 and its specs, they received a lot of flak for it since it was just basically a slightly amped up version of the Z3. If a "leaked" white paper is to be believed, it looks like the international release will change the name to the Xperia Z3+.

Pictures of almost bezel-less Nubia Z9 leaked

It looks like a lot of smartphones now, specifically those from Chinese brands, are aiming to go as bezel-less as possible. While those devices may not be the sturdiest, they do look the shiniest and the prettiest. A new smartphone from ZTE called the Nubia Z9 is laying claim to the least bezel-y phone in the market and based on the device's leaked images ahead of its launch, it does seem to look that way.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 may come with highest pixel density ever

It will still be months until we hear whether or not there will be a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 this year (or whether there will actually be a gadget with that name) and yet the rumor mill has already started working. Previous presentations in the past few days may have confirmed that the OEM is coming up with a high pixel density device sometime this year, and now they're speculating that this might arrive with their upcoming phablet.

YouTube to reportedly have monthly ad-free subscription service soon

With the popularity of video streaming services as an alternative to watching TV shows on an actual TV, it looks like the way we consume media has been changing over the past few years. One major reason, aside from having videos on demand, is that these are ad-free platforms, and as analysts say, consumers are "learning to avoid advertising" and some are even willing to pay to do it. This is what YouTube is currently looking at, and reports say they will soon offer a monthly subscription service for users.

More photos of the upcoming Xperia Z4 leaked

If you believe the source and the images that have been leaked, we've got ourselves our first full look at the upcoming (but unconfirmed) new flagship from Sony, the Xperia Z4. The photos show the physicality of the new smartphone, confirming some of the earlier leaked details. The source for the pictures also added some previously unknown details about it, including Sony possibly releasing two variants of the Xperia Z4, with the main difference being screen resolution.
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