The Samsung Galaxy S6, codenamed Project Zero, looks mighty promising as more rumoured specification of the upcoming flagship is leaked. This time around, a report from a Korean newspaper indicates that future Samsung smartphones, starting from the Galaxy S6, would use a next-gen NAND storage which will offer a significant boost in performance.
Everyone undoubtedly uses Facebook while at work, but that is not enough for the world’s most popular social network. Now it wants people to use it for professional interactions through something called “Facebook at Work”. It will apparently use a separate profile for this and feature things like collaborating on documents and connecting with business partners.
What’s the worst thing that could happen not too long after you’ve gotten your hands on the latest smartphone in the market? To read about just how awesome the next iteration is going to be, and could be launched in six month’s time. Sony has been rumoured to be working on four Sony Xperia Z4 devices, and on top of better hardware, they will also have sharper screens and better designs
There are many more choices of Android smartwatches now more than ever; from ones with square displays to the ones with round displays such as the LG G Watch R and Moto 360. While the hardware aspect of Android smartwatches have improved dramatically, the main let-down is still the software: the Android Wear OS. Hopefully, with the Lollipop update for Android Wear, this would change.
About two weeks ago, Oppo announced the world’s slimmest smartphone, the Oppo R5, that measures at only 4.85mm, and it looks like in about a month’s time, they might be dethroned from that title. Vivo has just teased the Vivo X5 Max smartphone that is rumoured to measure at only 4.75mm thin.
It’s been a while since the launch of the HTC One (M8), so it’s about time we hear about the next generation flagship smartphone from the Taiwanese company – the HTC One (M9). The HTC One (M9) is the latest smartphone to hit the rumour mill, featuring some of the latest hardware available in the market.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may have been launched in Malaysia less than a month ago, but say hello to rumours about the next generation Galaxy Note series. According to PhoneArena, Samsung will start mass-producing 5.9” 4K UHD Super AMOLED displays for next August, just in time for the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.