Articles By Erik Pineda
Google recently announced that it will release a Galaxy S4 Nexus on June 26 and rumours quickly erupted on the likelihood of a Nexus-styled HTC One, likely taking away much of the spotlight from LG’s Nexus 5.
Thin, slim but with a 1080p Full HD massive phone screen have become mainstays of the numerous iPhone 6 concepts, more of which we’ll get to see as the rumoured Apple phablet’s June 2014 release date nears.
Microsoft could soon release a Windows-powered phone that boasts of cutting-edge camera functions, to be set off by pre-programmed voice commands.
Apple’s 2013 tablet releases, the iPad Mini 2 and the iPad 5, are sure to sell like hotcakes on its rumoured September launch date but iPad fans remain wanting for a number of lacking killer features.
As rumours about the Galaxy S4 wane, the epicentre of speculations is now trained on Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3, to ramp up in high gear as its supposed September release date nears.
Immediately after Google had announced that there will be a stock Android Galaxy S4, many marked June 26 on their calendar, eager to own a version of the device that was recently named as the best smartphone to date.
It’s a given that Apple is unleashing the iPhone 5S and its rumoured phablet, the iPhone 6, with overwhelming features but three killer functions are likely to emerge as the major crowd draw on release date.
HTC is collaborating with Japanese telco KDDI to deliver an HTC One variant that allows users to slide in an extra memory card and likely a backup battery for extended operating hours.
Samsung is reportedly releasing a 13MP camera sensor with the Galaxy Note 3, set for a September 2013 release date, while exploring the possibility using an Intel Atom CPU with the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1.
The buzz pointing to fresh Galaxy S4 versions floated this week, further Samsung’s underway effort of unleashing a smartphone juggernaut to overwhelm its rivals, the Apple chief among them.