It appears that Motorola has a full year ahead, that is in terms of smartphone releases -- well at least according to tipster extraordinaire Evan Blass. The famous leaker has recently got hold of an image that portrays a presentation showing Lenovo’s smartphone plans for the rest of 2017. Based on the leaked picture, it appears that the Chinese tech giant is readying to launch at least nine handsets in the next few months.
Rumors are circulating that T-Mobile may be busy working on readying its own line of budget friendly smartphone devices powered by Google’s Android mobile operating system. For those not following the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States closely, the company actually released a couple of T-Mobile branded handsets before, namely the Sidekick and the Dash.
OnePlus has officially announced that in summer of this year, it will be releasing its follow up to the OnePlus 3 and the OnePlus 3T smartphone devices. The newest offering from the Chinese phone maker will be called the OnePlus 5. Some may be wondering why the device is called the OnePlus 5 when the company has not released any OnePlus 4 yet, but we will get to that later.
According to a report recently published by Apple Insider, it seems that a number of familiar apps have been removed from the Apple Watch, including Google Maps, Amazon, eBay, and Target, just to name a few. Because Apple has not confirmed anything yet, nobody knows for sure yet just when these apps were removed.
By consensus, Samsung’s newest addition to its Galaxy lineup of smartphones -- the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus -- appear to be the number one (or only) choice when it comes to taking full advantage of ultra fast network connection speeds that some wireless carriers are already starting to introduce.
Samsung probably can argue that it is responsible for making curved, edge to edge displays fashionable, especially with its more recent Galaxy lineup of smartphone devices. But soon, it will not be able to boast of being the only one phone maker to offer such stylish screens. Another South Korean mobile giant, LG, is also looking to join in on the curvy fun.
According to a report recently published by SamMobile (which cited South Korea based tech website Naver), Samsung’s upcoming flagship device, the Galaxy S8, is said to be capable of shooting video footage at 1,000 frames per second (fps).
The latest rumor tied to Samsung’s flagship device for this year, the Galaxy S8, indicates that the Android powered handset will come in an expanded range of color options, including a gold colored option. What we know is the latest addition to the South Korean phone maker’s Galaxy lineup of smartphones will be officially announced this coming March 29th.
According to a report recently published by the Korea Economic Daily, Samsung’s highly awaited flagship device for this year, the Galaxy S8, could feature a facial recognition technology that should allow users to unlock the device more quickly.
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