At OnePlus’ latest AMAA Reddit session yesterday, Carl Pei, the Global Director of OnePlus, and OnePlus employee David touched a little on its upcoming “game changing” product. During the session, it was even mentioned that this product will not be a smartwatch or a tablet, but could be a drone instead.
LG may have been quiet about the LG G4 lately, but that doesn’t mean the Korean company isn’t hard at work on it. Previously, we only had press renderings of the upcoming smartphone, but thanks to a forum member on XDA-Developers, we now have actual images of the LG G4 (or the G4 Note).
Samsung fans who have been complaining about the lack of a removable battery and a microSD card slot on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge will be happy with the Galaxy S6 Active. As it turns out, this ruggedised flagship might just have the two features its “normal” variants lack. This, however, comes at a few sacrifices.
Microsoft looks to be building a successor to its Surface lineup, but it appears to be the lower end Surface 3. Despite the lack of “Pro” tag, it will still be running on Windows 10; which is another indication that Redmond is more than happy to pretend that Windows RT was a bad dream.
Xiaomi is reportedly working on a plastic variant of the Mi 4. Dubbed the Xiaomi E4, it will allegedly have the same specifications of the Mi 4 aside from a smaller RAM size of 2GB rather than 3GB. If the E4 does eventually materialise as a Mi 4 in a plastic body with a competitive price to match, it might just be the right phone for many consumers.
It has come to our attention that OnePlus One smartphone has appeared on SIRIM’s database once again. This time though, it was registered under Brightstar’s name which may suggests that the distribution responsibility for OnePlus One has been awarded to the well-known company.
Surprise surprise, specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active have already made it to the Internet. Intended as a more rugged variant of the Galaxy S6 (or even the Galaxy S6 edge), the S6 Active could boast water and dust resistance. Oddly enough, it might have a generous 3,500mAh battery as well.
If you were disappointed that LG did not reveal anything about the G4 at MWC 2015, perhaps these leaked press images of the upcoming smartphone can offer you some consolation. If these images are legitimate, the G4 could very likely have a metal back that is slightly curved a la the LG G Flex 2.
The Wall Street Journal seems to have gotten some interesting information about the next generation iPhones. According to the news portal, the next iPhones would come in a brand new colour option, and feature the Force Touch technology found on the Apple Watch, and new MacBook and MacBook Pro.