LG's upcoming flagship smartphone, then you should be pretty excited to see it come August 7th. Last week they confirmed Qualcomm's impressive Snapdragon 800 quad-core at 2.3 GHz was on board, and now more leaks are reporting some rather exciting specs to go along with it. That's if the rumors are to be believed of course.
HTC One is coming to store shelves "this summer" according to Verizon. Sadly as of Friday June 21st, it is officially summer and we're still waiting for more news from Big Red regarding the device. It's safe to say that by now many potential buyers have moved on to the Galaxy S4 or iPhone 5, or even moved over to AT&T for their HTC One fix. So what's the deal Verizon?
multiple reports again that the Samsung Galaxy Note III has leaked, and we're even getting live images of the rumored smartphone tablet hybrid. We're sorry to bring you bad news, but this is not the Samsung Galaxy Note III, which is expected to be revealed in August of this year at IFA. Instead, it's the recently announced Samsung Galaxy MEGA 6.3-inch device. Don't believe the rumors.
Google I/O came and went without an announcement of a new and improved OS, and that rumored June 10th Android 4.3 Jelly Bean reveal never happened. So now we're all left wondering what is next, and when. While we still expect Android 4.3 Jelly Bean to arrive soon, new sources claim Android 5.0 KLP will debut in early October.
Samsung are working hard on their next-gen Galaxy Note smartphone, but we've yet to see it. Yesterday we brought you pictures that were being reported as the first images of Samsung's upcoming 5.99-inch Galaxy Note III. Sadly, another has surfaced today (along with other reports) that seems to confirm it was just a fluke, and was the already announced Samsung Galaxy Mega coming in at 6.3-inches.
quite a bit of smartphones to announce. One of many was their new Optimus L7 II mid-range handset. We know the device is coming, and we also know that Android 4.3 Jelly Bean should be coming soon, but maybe they know something we don't. Today LG's website has the device listed with Google's latest OS update on board, but it could just be a mistake.
Google has been busy lately updating many of their key apps to work with ease across all versions of Android. As well as improve features, options, and more. From Google Search and Google Now, Gmail, Chrome Browser, Google Music, and even today they've released Google Keyboard to the Play Store for all.
for over $12 billion in 2011, many (myself included) thought Motorola would be the first company to release what we're now seeing as Google or Nexus experience phones. However, Samsung managed to beat them to the punch, and now even HTC. What gives? Google told us they built a firewall between Android and Motorola, but could the next wave of Motorola phones all be Google Editions? Yup.
HTC M4 as well as a Sony handset currently sporting a codename of Togari.