Now that the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C has finally been unveiled, all eyes turn to the next iDevices that are supposed to come out, the iPad Mini 2 and the iPad 5.
Care of Sonny Dickson who has been providing a number of leaks and images for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, the iPad Mini 2 and the iPad 5 are finally pictured together.
Based on the leaked images and past rumours, the overall design of the device has remained consistent. The camera modules are the same for both devices, while there is a larger speaker grill, which can be a clue to an even better audio system.
GigaOM reports that the differences in size between the two devices is not as big, which can mean that Apple may have pursued the rumoured act of reducing the bezels to have a bigger screen even in a much compacted device.
The iPad Mini 2 or iPad 5 release date has yet to be announced or hinted at. But reports still put this year as likley when people can expect the next iPad devices.
Samsung Galaxy S5 already confirmed?
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is still fairly new in the market, and yet rumours of the Samsung Galaxy S5 are already underway. This time, the smartphone will reportedly match the pace that was set by the iPhone 5S in terms of processor.
According to Gotta Be Mobile, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is now rumoured to have a 64-bit processor. This is the only concrete specs that have been reported, as most of what has been circulating online are either concepts or wish lists from fans.
Some of these include the aluminum body, a 16-megapixel camera, and a flexible display, as earlier rumoured. The release date has been hinted as March 2014, which is still a long way from now
LG Nexus 5 leaked, assembled from FCC
Rumours of the Nexus 5 have been fired up ever since the Nexus 4 proved to be one of the most decent smartphones around. And even though there were previous reports of how LG will stop its success at the Nexus 4, it seems that this is no longer the case.
Now that a new leak has sprung up of a full assembled Nexus 5 bearing a distinct LG branding at the back, the Nexus 5 is already confirmed, albeit unofficially.
A photo of the alleged Nexus 5 from the FCC
Phone Scoop provides a photo of the device from FCC, and it said to be one of the clearest image of the Nexus 5 yet. According to the report, there will be some hardware changes, though in essence, the design of the phone is reminiscent of the Nexus 4.
The Verge adds an update, which suggests that two different Nexus 5 models may be in the works. The first model that was leaked, the LG-D820, had been for AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint, while the second model is LG-VS980, perhaps slated for Verizon with the LTE band 13.
HTC's Windows Phone now has a name
The HTC One has caused a lot of people to sing praises about the device and the brand. It has been hailed as one of the best Android devices of its class, and now, those who prefer a Windows OS will be able to match it with an HTC device.
Dubbed as the HTC Harmony, a list of specs has finally surfaced-and it looks like it will be packing some pretty sweet features.
According to Next Power Up, HTC Harmony will come with a 4.7-inch 1080p display, a quad-core Snapdragon 600 SoC, 32 GB of storage, 4-megapixel Ultrapixel rear camera, 2300 mAh long-lasting battery, and 2G of RAM.
Pocket-lint also states that there are rumours that of HTC Harmony having Beats Audio and running on Microsoft Windows Phone 8 GDR3 OS.
With a similar design and build as the HTC One, this may be a great runner for the Windows Phone 8 line.
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