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Pac Crest: Samsung Galaxy S6/Edge Selling Slower Than Galaxy S5

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The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are two of the most impressive handsets created by Korea’s largest smartphone manufacturer. They’ve been built from the ground up as a brand new generation of devices initially (referred to as “Project Zero”) and they represent Samsung’s response to the increasingly populated premium market. In addition, 2015 was the first year when Samsung released …

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Apple Watch In-Store Availability To Be Announced At WWDC (Rumor)

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As probably most of you are aware of, since its launch, the Apple Watch hasn’t been available in the company’s retail stores (only online). This can be attributed to both high demand and the famous yield problems Apple and its suppliers have been struggling with. However, it looks like the situation is about to change. If a couple of days …

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Apple and Samsung Supplier To Invest $260 Mln In 3D Curved Glass

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With more smartphone makers getting ready to adopt 3D curved glass for their future devices, certain part suppliers are bound to have a bigger revenue than others. Now, one of the companies who might turn a considerable profit on the production of 3D curved glass panels is China’s Blue Synopsys. If the name sounds familiar, that’s because Blue Synopsys is …

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AUO To Supply Panels For Next 4-inch iPhone, To Ship In Q1 2016?

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Last year, Apple joined the market trend when it finally decided to step out of its comfort zone and manufacture a newer generation of iPhones boasting larger displays (4.7 and 5.5-inch diagonals respectively). This decision seems to have paid off tenfold, but this hasn’t stopped the industry from generating new rumors regarding the company’s alleged plans to re-join the small-screen …

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Samsung and HTC Cutting Flagship Orders by 16% and 30% Respectively (Rumor)

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At the moment there are two contradictory point of views regarding the market performance of Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. On one hand, we have the rumors and analysts claiming that Samsung’s flagship duo is not performing quite so well as the company expected (some are even claiming that the S6 has been outperformed by last year’s Galaxy …

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LG G5 To Feature Iris Recognition Tech?

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Iris recognition tech has great potential to be the next best thing in the mobile world. The buzz around this technology started a couple of years ago, when rumors were claiming that Samsung and LG were preparing to give their upcoming flagships at the time (Galaxy S5 and LG G3 respectively) iris recognition capabilities. However, according to the same rumor …

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iPhone 6s Camera: RGBW Technology, 12MP Sony Sensor (Rumor)

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We start the week off with a fresh series of rumors targeting none other than the highly-anticipated iPhone 6s line-up. As the title above reveals, these fresh rumors indicate that the aforementioned device will be released with a 12 MP Sony sensor in tow, which will make use of Sony’s RGBW technology for improved performance in low-light conditions. The same …

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Trendforce: iPhone 6s – New LED Backlight, No 16GB Model, LPDDR4 Memory

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It looks like the iPhone 6s-related rumors have started to pour in at an accelerated rate. Earlier today we have discussed one possible timeline for Apple’s upcoming flagship phones, which pegs them for an August announcement followed by a September (early?) release. Now another report was issued by the research firm TrendForce, which seems to have gained numerous bits of information regarding …

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Analyst: Snapdragon 818 Rumors Are Complete Rubbish

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As some of you might be aware of, a new rumor emerged yesterday in regards to Qualcomm’s alleged plans for its SoC line-up. Word was that the company is working on a so-called Snapdragon 818 SoC boasting a 10-core architecture, possibly aimed at MediaTek’s own deca-core processor: the Helio X20. Unfortunately, we already came across fresh reports claiming that the …

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New Leak Shows Bezelless Oppo R7 Plus W Fingerprint Sensor

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These days, Oppo R7 must be one of the most talked about devices. We’ve seen it’s magnesium alloy back not long ago, and a confirmation from Oppo that it will come with a bezelless display (although the latest leaks have casted doubts on this particular feature), 2.5D glass display and metallic unibody. However, what most don’t know is that there …

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Huawei Made Nexus: 2K Display, Snapdragon 810 On Board?

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Remember those rumors according to which Google will team up with Huawei for this year’s Nexus smartphone (we also heard LG is in the cards)? Well, today new info has surfaced on the matter, via a Chinese analyst who seems to have good connections inside the Chinese mobile tech industry. According to Pan Jiutang, the Huawei made Nexus smartphone will …

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Pac Crest: Samsung Galaxy S6/Edge Selling Slower Than Galaxy S5

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The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are two of the most impressive handsets created by Korea’s largest smartphone manufacturer. They’ve been built from the ground up as a brand new generation of devices initially (referred to as “Project Zero”) and they represent Samsung’s response to the increasingly populated premium market. In addition, 2015 was the first year when Samsung released …

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Apple Watch In-Store Availability To Be Announced At WWDC (Rumor)

In #all, #apple, #breaking, #wearables by Vlad AndriciLeave a Comment

As probably most of you are aware of, since its launch, the Apple Watch hasn’t been available in the company’s retail stores (only online). This can be attributed to both high demand and the famous yield problems Apple and its suppliers have been struggling with. However, it looks like the situation is about to change. If a couple of days …

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Apple and Samsung Supplier To Invest $260 Mln In 3D Curved Glass

In #all, #android, #apple, #breaking, #samsung by Mihai MateiLeave a Comment

With more smartphone makers getting ready to adopt 3D curved glass for their future devices, certain part suppliers are bound to have a bigger revenue than others. Now, one of the companies who might turn a considerable profit on the production of 3D curved glass panels is China’s Blue Synopsys. If the name sounds familiar, that’s because Blue Synopsys is …

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AUO To Supply Panels For Next 4-inch iPhone, To Ship In Q1 2016?

In #all, #apple, #breaking by Mihai MateiLeave a Comment

Last year, Apple joined the market trend when it finally decided to step out of its comfort zone and manufacture a newer generation of iPhones boasting larger displays (4.7 and 5.5-inch diagonals respectively). This decision seems to have paid off tenfold, but this hasn’t stopped the industry from generating new rumors regarding the company’s alleged plans to re-join the small-screen …

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Samsung and HTC Cutting Flagship Orders by 16% and 30% Respectively (Rumor)

In #all, #android, #breaking, #htc, #samsung by Vlad AndriciLeave a Comment

At the moment there are two contradictory point of views regarding the market performance of Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. On one hand, we have the rumors and analysts claiming that Samsung’s flagship duo is not performing quite so well as the company expected (some are even claiming that the S6 has been outperformed by last year’s Galaxy …

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LG G5 To Feature Iris Recognition Tech?

In #all, #android, #breaking, #lg by Vlad AndriciLeave a Comment

Iris recognition tech has great potential to be the next best thing in the mobile world. The buzz around this technology started a couple of years ago, when rumors were claiming that Samsung and LG were preparing to give their upcoming flagships at the time (Galaxy S5 and LG G3 respectively) iris recognition capabilities. However, according to the same rumor …

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iPhone 6s Camera: RGBW Technology, 12MP Sony Sensor (Rumor)

In #all, #apple, #breaking by Mihai MateiLeave a Comment

We start the week off with a fresh series of rumors targeting none other than the highly-anticipated iPhone 6s line-up. As the title above reveals, these fresh rumors indicate that the aforementioned device will be released with a 12 MP Sony sensor in tow, which will make use of Sony’s RGBW technology for improved performance in low-light conditions. The same …

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Trendforce: iPhone 6s – New LED Backlight, No 16GB Model, LPDDR4 Memory

In #all, #apple, #breaking by Mihai MateiLeave a Comment

It looks like the iPhone 6s-related rumors have started to pour in at an accelerated rate. Earlier today we have discussed one possible timeline for Apple’s upcoming flagship phones, which pegs them for an August announcement followed by a September (early?) release. Now another report was issued by the research firm TrendForce, which seems to have gained numerous bits of information regarding …

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