Among all BlackBerry devices that were released into the market over the past few years, there were a number of them that were priced way higher than the rest. Of course, what we meant by that are the BlackBerry devices that were crafted by Porsche Design such as the P’9981 and P’9982.
As the popularity of BlackBerry has significantly waned down, one might believe that such premium device have no place in our market at this moment. Well, guess what…Porsche Design is already working on its next BlackBerry device according to this particular set of leaks.
Recently, there are already a handful of unofficial information about a few unannounced Motorola devices which have been surfacing online – the Droid Turbo and the Nexus 6 Shamu being the two of them. However, the leaking spree is far from over as @evleaks had just posted up the latest leaked Motorola Moto X+1 image renders.
Camera is without a doubt one of the most important features on a smartphone, and it looks like the camera on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will have some exciting stuffs to offer. Sammobile recently received a very detailed report regarding the device’s camera specifications and features, including a 16MP Sony IMX240 camera, a new Side Touch sensor, Selfie modes, and a whole load more.
It looks like Apple may finally be offering more RAM for its tablet devices, it has been reported that the Cupertino company might be doubling the RAM for its next generation iPad Air from 1GB to 2GB. Don’t be too happy yet though because it seems like the upgrade will only be given to the iPad Air 2 while its smaller sibling will continue to offer 1GB of RAM.
There has been a lot going on in the news for Motorola these few weeks. With its upcoming launch event in Chicago, Motorola has already been rumoured to release a couple of new devices, including the alleged Moto X+1 and Moto G2. However, a leaked CPU-Z screenshot of an unknown device has surfaced. It is believed to be the next Motorola Droid device, allegedly called the Droid Turbo.
It is without a doubt that technology made for children is getting more and more mainstream. There are apps made specially for toddlers and young kids, special tablets, headphones, and even smartwatches, just to name a few, and it looks like Google would like to join in as well. It has been reported that Google is working on web services specially catered for kids below 13 years old.
Within two weeks, Motorola is set to unveil its unique looking and circular shaped smartwatch, the Moto 360. The company has sent out invitation of its 4 September event in Chicago to amaze people with the latest offerings that many have been waiting for. However, an American retailer has accidentally revealed some details on the Moto 360 ahead of its official launch.
Ever since Google replaced Gtalk with Hangouts, the company has been finding ways to keep the social messaging app as updated as possible by introducing new features such as merging SMS conversations from the same senders, and has also gotten an optimisation for business use. Google’s efforts on Hangouts is set to continue by revamping it with a new interface, and also adding a rather “Facebook Messenger” twist to it.
If you’re patiently waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 announcement that will be happening on 3 September 2014, then here’s a leak that might keep you on the edge of your seats. The full specs list of the next generation Galaxy Note smartphone from the company has recently been posted onto an Indonesian device retailer, showing off a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 4GB of RAM and more exciting stuffs.