In the past few days, a number of Nokia handsets have been spotted on Zauba, a logistics website that track imports and exports in India, for inter-company evaluation and testing. Earlier today, another mysterious Nokia device carrying a screen size of 5.2-inch, with model number RM-964 landed in India for testing and evaluation from Finland.
The Chinese OEM Huawei is gearing up to launch the successor of its high-end Huawei P6 in April next year, which will be manufactured using “exquisite materials,” according to the leaked internet document received by GSMArena. Another selling point of the handset is the ability to make the “best selfie videos” as Huawei puts it.
LG-V510 is not a mysterious model number, we’ve seen a service manual for the device getting leaked. When the model number first appeared everyone ended up saying that it’s a LG G Pad 8.3 variant, due to the set of specifications mentioned in the manual. Well, it appears it’s not the case — it could be a Nexus device. The notorious leaked @evleaks mentioned LG-V510 is indeed a Nexus device, backing it up with a leaked screenshot.
Google unveiled the Android 4.4 KitKat, which was designed to run on older devices with low-end specifications and with RAM as low as 512MB. After this news, a majority of people hoped that manufacturers will update their low-cost devices to the latest Android 4.4 KitKat. Unfortunately, there’s no such news from any OEM, but a leaked internal document mentioned Samsung will update several of its old devices to Android 4.4 KitKat.
Recently, Oppo announced that its flagship Oppo N1 with a rotatable camera will hit the shelves in global markets including America and Europe starting December 10th for $599.
We’ve seen several leaked images of the Verizon Nokia Lumia 929 in the past few weeks. The leaks intensified this week when we spotted Nokia Lumia 929 with Verizon branding from Mexican shores.
Last month, Samsung released the Android 4.3 update for the Samsung Galaxy S3, which turned out to be a big mess and forced the Korean OEM to pull he update due to wide range of issues. Today, Samsung resumed the Galaxy S3 Android 4.3 update and we’re hoping that they’ve fixed all the known issues and bugs that were present in the previous firmware such as inconsistent WiFi issues, very poor battery life, laggy performance, complete lock-up of the device on lock screen.
And the Nokia Lumia 929 leaks Saga continues. Today, more images of the purported Nokia Lumia 929 surfaced from Mexico, showing us glimpses of the alleged handset.
Not too long ago, LG unveiled the first curved display smartphone, LG G Flex in its home market. If you’re waiting for the handset to hit a store near you, you’d be glad to know it will hit the shelves in Singapore and Hong Kong this month, followed by key Asian markets by the end of this year. It’s not just Asia, it will hit other global markets very soon as well.
Another month has passed, and now we have more details about the adoption of different versions of Android. Google updated its Android Developers Blog and posted number about the share of different versions of Android. According to the data, Google’s latest Android 4.4 KitKat managed to grab a 1.1 percent share since its launch after a month.
Sony’s next-generation console, PlayStation 4 went on sale in North America on November 15th. During the first 24 hours, the company managed to sell over a million units of the PlayStation 4, making it their largest console debut ever. Later the console launched in other several European and Latin American countries, making it available in total 32 countries worldwide. Earlier on Tuesday, Sony mentioned that it has sold over 2.1 million units in two weeks since the console on November 15th.
We’ve seen several rumors about the purported Samsung Galaxy S5, what it will bring, its specifications and build. A rumor has it that Korean OEM is working on two versions of the handset with one featuring a similar build to the Galaxy Round while the other one features the same plastic body.