Upon its release back in April earlier this year, LG’s flagship device, the G5, wowed the mobile industry and consumers alike with its clever use of a modular design that allows the handset to have its removable battery swapped out from its bottom part, and attach various cool accessories like a camera grip or a
It appears so, according to a report published by Bloomberg just this week. Officials from AT&T and Time Warner have reportedly been involved in discussions over the past few weeks regarding a potential blockbuster merger between the wireless giant and the media powerhouse.
According to the newest leak (courtesy of SamMobile), Samsung’s upcoming flagship device for 2017, the Galaxy S8, is said to sport a 4K display screen as well as an artificial intelligence (AI) assistant developed by Viv, the startup that Samsung had acquired about a week ago.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 could hit store shelves everywhere as early as February 26th of next year, if the latest rumors are to be believed. Based on past release dates of the South Korean mobile giant’s flagship devices, a February launch schedule is not that much of a surprise.
It has only been barely a couple of weeks since this year’s iPhone models -- the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus -- but rumors about next year’s iPhone offering (nicknamed the iPhone 8) are already starting to surface.
Google apparently has plans to release hybrid mobile devices that can be powered by both the Android as well as the Chrome operating system. As indicated in a report published by 9to5Google, these devices are said to include a convertible laptop, plus a Nexus tablet device built by Huawei.
For some time now, the mobile devices that Google has released under its Nexus branding have always had pretty competitive pricing. Sure, the Nexus 6 (made by Motorola) may come with a price of $649, but if you actually pause and consider the handset’s state of the art display screen, that cost may be justified. For the tech giant’s new Pixel smartphones, however, Android mobile users may have to expect to pay more.
The Pixel C tablet that Google unveiled last year (together with the Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P) is kind of hard to top. But it appears that Huawei might be left with no other choice but to try and live up to that device as it teams up with Google in building a new tablet.
According to a report published by tech blog Android Police, Google has apparently scheduled a media event in October this year. The said event will reportedly feature official announcements regarding Google’s latest hardware offerings, including new phones branded under Pixel, plus a 4K Chromecast.
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