The Oppo Find 7 is definitely shaping out to be one of the hottest smartphone to look out for this year, we’ve been seeing quite a number of leaks and even teasers from the company itself, showing off some of the amazing features such as a 2K display and a whopping 50MP rear camera. Oppo has already confirmed that there will be two variants of the Find 7, we’ve been seeing the outline of the device in a couple of teasers and it looks like now, you can get a full view of what the Find 7 looks like as a whole.
The picture was posted on Red Dot Design Award website recently and was picked up by a tech website, Liliputing. The pictures have already been removed of course, but nothing that gets posted on the internet remains as a secret and it looks like the Find 7 looks pretty much like the Find 5 with a pretty square design and similar button layouts on the side. There is also a nice LED notification panel at the bottom of the phone.
The Oppo Find 7 will come in two different variants – one will sport a super shart 5.5” 2K resolution while the other will be equipped with a Full HD display instead. Rumors are now saying that the 2K variant will be the higher end one that features a 50MP rear camera while the other might sport less powerful hardware under its 1080p hood.
The device is scheduled to be launched on 19 March 2014 in Beijing, China, so stay tuned as we keep you updated with the latest news.
Can’t get enough of the All New HTC One? Well, here are more teasers from the Taiwanese company. Last night, HTC posted another teaser video, this time talking about the metal unibody. Like the first teaser video, the video starts with the guy talking about the HTC One before pulling out the new HTC One (censored of course) which is apparently even more slicker than before, and a whole bunch of other stuffs that have been beeped out.
Coming later this year, Windows Phone 8.1 update will be carrying plenty of new features to Microsoft’s mobile operating system. One of them is called Cortana which is a personal assistant that is similar in nature to Apple’s Siri and Google Now.
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The world was shocked when Nokia reveals the 41-megapixels camera sensor for its 808 PureView smartphone at Mobile World Congress in 2012. In 2013, Nokia came with another 41-megapixels PureView smartphone camera in the form of Nokia Lumia 1020.
In general, you can’t find any other smartphone with higher amount of megapixels apart from these two Nokia devices. However, Nokia’s achievement might be surpassed by Oppo soon if the information behind this particular image sample holds true.
Are you sick of reading about all the rumors and leaks regarding the next flagship smartphone from HTC – All New HTC One? Well, until the launch that will be happening later this month, the leaks will keep coming in and the latest one so far is a video that shows off the device next to the HTC One, unveiling a microSD storage expansion, brushed aluminum finish and more.
We got plenty of time before the Samsung Unpacked event goes live at 3AM later but it seems like someone has jumped the gun and posted photos of the event’s star attraction: the Samsung Galaxy S5. With that, don’t click on the Read More link below if you don’t want to be spoiled further but for the rest of you, hit on the link to see more leaked photos of Samsung Galaxy S5.
It is a well-known fact that Huawei will be launching quite a number of products at next week’s Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona. In fact, the company itself has released a number of teasers that directly pointed out the type of products that Huawei will reveal at the event.
If those teaser are not enough for you, then these leaked images might be able to provide some relief for your curiosity.
At this point in time, it should not be doubted any longer that Samsung will be launching its latest flagship, the Galaxy S5, at its Unpacked 2014 Episode 1 event in Barcelona next week. The rumours and leaks of Samsung’s Galaxy S5 have been circulating for months now, but one thing seems to be clear: Samsung is aiming to make the Galaxy S5, without a shadow of doubt, the best Android smartphone around.
With the S5 set to be announced next week, here’s what we know of the Galaxy S5 so far.
If you asked me, Nokia Normandy or Nokia X is certainly one of the most leaked product in the market since…ever. Plenty of leaked information have come into the light and not to forget, Nokia itself is teasing the product with a green-themed campaign as of late. However, this particular set of leaked images are currently the clearest view that we’ve ever seen of the upcoming Android-based device.
Now that we’ve seen and heard a lot about the upcoming flagship smartphone from HTC codenamed M8, when will the Taiwanese company officially take the curtains off its mysterious device? According to an invitation sent out by the company, 25 March 2014 is the date you should look forward to. The event will be held simultaneously in London and in New York, whereby HTC will launch its “primary flagship for 2014”.
Last week, a video was posted online showing off what the owner of the video calls the Android 4.4 KitKat interface on the upcoming Sony Xperia D6503 Sirius. It was a very short video that demoed some very simple tasks like the new lock screen effects, the Walkman music player and such, and if you were hoping for something more, here’s a new lengthy video that shows off not only the interface, but also the actual device itself.
It has been months since Microsoft Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 were launched in US but as of now, there is still no official sign that both devices will be made available in our market although Microsoft Malaysia has actually responded (somehow) to customer’s request last year.
That might change soon as we have just spotted both tablets on SIRIM’s database. Both devices were listed as their model numbers which is 1572 for Surface 2 and 1601 for Surface Pro 2. Unlike the original Surface RT and Surface Pro, these model numbers are not etched directly on the devices themselves but we have verified them through the EU Declarations of Conformity documents as listed by Microsoft Ireland.
The Apple iPad has definitely been one of the longest living mobile devices offered in Apple’s store. Launched in March 2011, the tablet is still being offered by Apple after so many years but it looks like Apple is finally ready to remove it. Apple Insider recently received information from “people familiar with Apple’s plan”, which says that the company will stop offering the iPad 2 in the near future. According to the source, the Cupertino company realizes that people are shifting their purchases to newer iPads, namely the iPad mini and iPad Air.
The iPad 2 was first released in March 2011. Apple released two new iPads in the year after that followed by the new iPad Air last year but the iPad 2 remained in Apple’s product lineup for RM1,199 (16GB variant). With a cheaper price, the iPad 2 was a popular option among potential buyers but finally, after almost 3 years, I guess it’s time the company finally retire it. Now, I wonder if this means that when Apple releases a new tablet this year, will the iPad Air will take over the iPad 2’s position as the “cheaper” model?
We’ve seen quite a lot of rumors and leaks about the upcoming Sony Xperia D6503 with the codename “Sirius” aka the Xperia Z2 lately. There are plenty of pictures going around showing off the hardware itself, the components inside and even a brand new interface that runs on Android 4.4 KitKat and if you wish to see it in action, the latest leak is a video that shows off the lock screen and more.
The short 2-minute long video demonstrates Sony’s Android KitKat skin, showing off the new unlock screen effects, how the Walkman music player works, different Xperia themes, a camera shortcut key in the lock screen and a quick look at the camera app on the device. Since the video is quite dark, we can’t be sure if the hardware is indeed the new Sirius.
Sony is expected to unveil its next generation flagship smartphone at the upcoming Mobile World Congress happening later this month in Barcelona. It is rumored to sport a slightly larger display measuring at 5.2” with QHD resolution, the faster variant of Snapdragon 800 processor with 3GB of RAM on board, up to 32GB of internal storage on board, and pack a 15.5MP camera at the back.
MWC 2014 will definitely be a very exciting event, with the LG G Pro 2 already confirmed, other smartphones expected includes the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the HTC M8, which one are you looking forward to the most?
Update: It appears that these images are all fake. After scrutinizing the pictures, it looks like someone discovered that these are actually just renderings made by Martin Hajek. As seen in this link, the smudge prints in this set of images are the same as the ones used in his previous renderings.
We’ve been hearing a lot of rumors about the next generation iPhone lately, there are words that Apple will be releasing two iPhones this year, first will be the iPhone 6 that will finally come with a larger display of 4.7” and the second will be the Cupertino company’s first take on a phablet device that comes with a 5.5” display. We’ve only been reading about it so far with lots of fan-designed concept pictures but it looks like the real pictures are here…of the prototype at least.
Sonny Dickson has yet again gotten his hands on what looks like the shells of the iPhone 6 that not only looks bigger, but is also much thinner than the current iPhone 5S. Sonny Dickson shared a total of 4 pictures on his Twitter account and his website, showing off the rear shell of a space grey iPhone 6. Not too long after that, an anonymous Twitter user shared with MacRumors more pictures of the device but of a fully assembled unit in gold.
Hit the break to check out the rest of the images and let us know what you think about them. A larger and slimmer iPhone with a very small bezel, yay or nay?