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Believe it or not, there's a real-life version of this computer-rendered design that was made weeks ago. This is just more evidence.
It's in a shocking blue, has two cameras with Zeiss branding right next to them and, supposedly, specs on blast. You can see all of that with the pic.
There's no use trying to fight it: the design has mostly been pat down for Google's next-generation Pixel XL device. But there are caveats.
A leaked picture of the OnePlus 5 gives us a supposedly accurate view of what it will look like. How many cameras do you think it has?
Is it on the screen? In the back? Top of the power button? Or will it not be there at all? Who really knows at this point?
OnePlus may go upscale for the OnePlus 5 and a render of a potential design does reflect that. So, what happens to the price and will you complain?
When you are looking for clues for "when," always look first to the phone's screen for a date. Then, make sure to see if it lands on the same calendar year.
It's pretty much what you would expect after a few months of looking at all the leaks that have come through Pocketnow. So, whaddaya think now?
And the color black and the FullVision display and the reaction and the marketing around all of it and the fact that it's going to be at MWC, so here we go.
The Galaxy S8 has been seen in pictures and renders of many sorts. But confusing them for "leaks" can lead to some credibility issues.
Samsung Display is promoting its AMOLED screens which will be set to shine on the Galaxy S8 coming soon. In fact, squint some and you'll see it!(?)
Both phones will be the same size and have most of the same specs except in a couple aspects related to virtual reality for Android's Daydream platform.
With only a codename to work with and a render to stare at, we're pretty much stuck in guessing territory about this LV5 and whether it's a flagship or not.
No, because the two are different things. One is a weirdo concept that we doubt will come to bear, the other gets more photos of it leaked.
There's nothing really special here, other than a supposedly unreleased phone being backlit and the LG brand being emblazoned on there...
Two differently sized Nexus phones this year may look pretty similar. HTC supposedly will make them and Google will supposedly sell them.
The iPhone 6s is 138.3mm tall. The iPhone 7 is said to be 138.3 tall. The iPhone 6s is 67.1mm wide. The iPhone 7 is said to be 67.1mm wide.
We know it's the junk food of mobile tech news, but like you, sometimes we can't help ourselves. This HTC One M10 looks a little weird.
It's that time of year again. Rumors are flying about the potential next Nexus. If the Nexus 5 rumors are true, I want one.
The rumored M7 from HTC looks like a worthy Android smartphone, but does it look capable of standing up to new threats like the Samsung Galaxy S IV? Read on for our thoughts on the newest leaks.
US Cellular added the ZTE Orbit to its Windows Phone line-up as the ZTE Render.
Microsoft Surface, as announced last week, generated a lot of buzz, dividing people into those who love it and those who, well, don’t like it that much. However, everyone agrees that the company is taking it to the next level and with in-house hardware production they’re taking the right path. Furthermore, there were even rumors of future possible in-house Windows Phone 8 production, but that’s something for the future.
However, I know I would definitely buy the Surface-Phone above and below running Windows Phone 8 (created by Jonas Daehnert). No, it’s [...]