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An interview published on South African site GearBurn today has dropped something of a Nexus news bomb, with a statement from Huawei's head of Consumer Business in South Africa that the company is "doing the Nexus again this year." We reached out to Huawei for comment, but have not received a response.
This, of course, has generated a metric ton of confusion. Here is what we know. First: we have no reason to believe HTC's Nexus phones have been cancelled at this time. That would be Marlin and Sailfish, two HTC Nexuses that we first got wind of six months ago. Read More
The Galaxy Note series has always been Samsung's chance to try new stuff before bringing it to the flagship Galaxy S line, and there might be a lot of new stuff in this year's Note. OnLeaks claims to have gotten his hands on leaked CAD files for the Galaxy Note 6 (or whatever they call the nest one), and he used them to create some 3D renders. The device has a few interesting things going on, including Samsung's first Type-C port on the bottom. Read More
The OnePlus 3 is almost upon us. The company is hyping up the virtual launch aboard a space station and the leaks have been abundant recently, so even though we don't have a precise launch date yet, we do know it's coming soon-ish.
But today we get our first official look at the phone, courtesy of TENAA. The US has the FCC, China has TENAA, and the latter keeps its records public so whenever a phone is certified, it shows up on the site in all its glory. The TENAA's certification for the OnePlus 3 confirms the previous image of the phone we've seen (read: the HTC 10-like design) with its big front button that is rumored to hide a fingerprint scanner, its protruding camera on the back, and its horizontal lines on the top and bottom of the backplate. Read More
The new (and thoroughly leaked) Motorola devices are expected to be announced at Lenovo Tech World in just a few days, but there's still time for leaking. Evan "@evleaks" Blass has posted images of the Verizon-bound Droid variants of the new Moto flagship, as well as the modular back plates previously rumored as Amps and now known as "MotoMods." Read More
Have you even seen a phone launch occur in space? No, you haven't. And after OnePlus announces its next flagship phone, the OnePlus 3, you may feel like you have. The company intends to launch its latest phone from a virtual space station. Read More
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Active for AT&T has been leaked already, but that was the army green camo variant. You expect the Active to look like that. Now, the GS7 Active has leaked in what can only be described as the gaudiest rugged phone ever envisioned. That's the gold GS7 Active above, or as Evan Blass jokes, it's "desert camo." Read More
Motorola has been selling flagship devices under the Moto X brand since 2013, but the time has come to move on, according to VentureBeat. Lenovo is allegedly moving on two whole letters in the alphabet to "Z." So, this year Motorola might be pushing the Moto Z instead of the Moto X. Read More
We first spotted the OnePlus 3 last week through a series of blurry photos of a disguised phone posted onto Chinese social network Weibo. The photos revealed what looked to be a metal back on the phone, a single flash LED with no laser autofocus, a possible fingerprint scanner/button below the display, and different packaging options and designs for the phone.
Now we have further confirmation of that original leak through non other than Evan Blass, of @evleaks fame. Evan posted a render of the phone showing its HTC 10-inspired metallic design, protruding camera, OnePlus logo, bottom USB-C and 3.5mm ports, bottom-firing speaker, and a chunky home button below the display. Read More