Sony’s new NEX-6 compact system camera has leaked on the web. Significantly, the leak has happened just a few ahead of the international trade fair Photokina.
This piece of info could excite those who are impatiently waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 launch in the US. The good news is that the device may come on T-Mobile. We say so because we get to hear about a mysterious Samsung device heading for T-Mobile with a model number SGH- T889. And, the device we see looks similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
With Windows 8 set to capture the hearts of mobile phone lovers, Nokia is planning to launch a smartphone that looks like a Zune phone. The 4.3 inch device will supposedly have a 1-gig processor, 512 MB of RAM, 8 GB of storage and a micro SD slot.
It’s been quite a journey for HTC and they are trying to compete with themselves since the last 2 years. As a result, they have indeed given the tech world an unparallel line of products that includes spectacular phones and tabs.
The Droid Razr HD has been approved by FCC. Motorola is expected to uncover Verizon’s version of the DROID RAZR HD (XT926), today. We need to expect that the international edition would follow soon.
With the Optimus range from LG stealing the show, it was only a matter of time for the phablet of this range to claim the attention it needs. The Intuition is the fancy and indeed the catchy new name of LG’s Optimus Vu ‘phablet’. Although rumors last week had stated that it’ll be launched on September 15, the latest news suggests that Verizon is all set to roll out this device as early as September 6.
The Galaxy Note 2 has conquered so many hearts already and it will be continuing the trend in future too. The IFA atBerlinhas been made colorful by the vivid range of accessories for the Note 2 and they look amazing too.
It looks like Samsung has taken the slogan ‘the more the merrier’ quite seriously. They have launched their latest smartphone, Galaxy Victory 4G LTE in association with Sprint.
After months of rumors, it seems we have finally received the confirmation about the iPad Mini and its innards. But we must add here that the confirmation has come from Instapaper’s logs.
Most smartphones these days drain up a lot of battery power to run the big and bright LCD screen. Is there a solution or will we have to grin and search for the next available charging point? E-Ink thinks otherwise, and has even unveiled an amazing prototype of a smartphone with two sizeable screens with little battery impact.