With just over a week to go before Samsung’s official Unpacked event, where the company is expected to unveil its latest Galaxy Note smartphone and a larger variant of the Galaxy S6 edge, what appears to be official press renders have leaked out, courtesy of @evleaks, confirming their designs as well as some finer details.
In case you missed the notice, we are now hours away from the official roll out day of Windows 10 which is scheduled to take place tomorrow, 29 July. While it is true that not everyone will get the new operating system on the first day it goes into the market, some users have already received the installer inside their PC.
Intel’s new Skylake processors are due to be officially announced soon, and the expected early leaks have begun appearing. Slides detailing the new Skylake processors intended for the refreshed Apple MacBooks have surface, and it looks like there will be a significant increase in performance over the existing broadwell processors.
Microsoft has big, big plans for its upcoming Lumia devices: the Lumia 950 and 950 XL, both of which will feature an iris scanner for the new Windows Hello feature in Windows 10. That’s not the only big addition; the bigger and faster device of the two, the 950 XL, will even feature Surface Pen support, which is said to look exactly like the Microsoft Surface Pro 3‘s counterpart.
Ahead of its official unveiling on the 28th of July next week, the Motorola Moto G 2015 has been leaked yet again. This time around, official renders of it have surfaced, along with several interesting specifications such as a 5-inch 1920 x 1080 resolution display and an upper mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 610 processor; a notable upgrade over last year’s Moto G.
Rumours of a potential electric vehicle from Apple have surfaced again after the company recently recruited several auto industry veterans. As a consumer electronics manufacturer, Apple would have little use for the expertise that these people bring; unless it is actually building a car.
Just when we thought we wouldn’t get any more information on the OnePlus 2’s hardware, more details up the upcoming flagship surface. This time around, the OnePlus 2 appeared on OPPOMART, an online smartphone retailer. With a price tag of US$499 (about RM1,900) – higher than the price OnePlus has promised earlier, the listed specifications include an unofficial 5.5-inch 2560 x 1440 resolution display.
It seems like the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 edge+ have received an early launch date as expected. Slated to be unveiled on the 12th of August 2015, more specifications of both devices have been revealed, including the processor powering the S6 edge+ and whether or not the Note 5 will have a microSD card slot.
Here’s something for fans of Google’s Nexus devices. Apparently, a 2015 version of the Nexus 5 has been spotted on AnTuTu, a popular benchmarking tool. While the results did not reveal much of its specifications, it managed to get a score of over 85,000, which is the highest recorded score to date on AnTuTu.
It has come to our attention that TM might have recently sent electronic direct marketing (EDM) e-mails that offered speed upgrades to selected UniFi customers. While that might not sound like something out of the ordinary, what made the EDM interesting is the speed upgrade of 30 Mbps.