Chinese products don't have a great reputation for unique design, whether it be with cars, designer items, or electronics. With this leaked picture (courtesy of VentureBeat, the home of serial leaker @evleaks) of two upcoming Mate 9 models, "Manhattan" and "Long Island," Huawei isn't exactly doing that rep any favors. Read More
We know, we know, there are only a few more hours until the Google event, but details about the Pixel phones just keep on spilling. Our latest peeks come courtesy of Verizon Enterprises, which, as you can probably tell from the name, sells smartphones and plans to businesses, and prolific tech leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks). On Verizon's site, both Pixel and Pixel XL listings showed up on the "SmartPhones" page, but they didn't lead to any live listings; however, there's still some info we've gleaned. Read More
Last year's HTC One A9 was perhaps most famous for being an iPhone clone, but it was also a pretty solid smartphone. With this leak by the famed Evan Blass (@evleaks), it appears that the One A9's successor, the One A9s, will resemble a certain fruit-named company's flagship (no, not the BlackBerry Priv) even more. Blass's source is someone familiar with the phone. Read More
Evan Blass (@evleaks), who was supposed to have retired a little over two years ago, is still one of the best in the leaking game. His latest reveals, the HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle and Desire 10 Pro, are a bit strange in that while the Pro model is pictured, it's the Lifestyle model that is detailed thoroughly. Blass says that his source is someone who was briefed on HTC's plans, so the information should be fairly reliable.
VentureBeat (where Evan is a writer) is reporting that the Desire 10 Lifestyle will feature a 5.5-inch 720p display, an unknown Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow with HTC Sense. The main camera is a 13MP BSI sensor with a single LED flash, while the front-facing one is a 5MP sensor that is also BSI-equipped. Read More
We know the next Galaxy Note device will be announced on August 2nd, but that's pretty much all that was quasi-confirmed about Samsung's upcoming big flagship. Rumors had said that the company might skip the number 6 and jump straight to 7, to stay on par with its Galaxy series and not confuse people. After all, most of Samsung's marketing for the Galaxy S7/S7 Edge this year was around the shape of the number 7. 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
At this point, it feels like we know quite a lot about the Huawei P9, the Chinese manufacturer's new flagship. Thanks to the earlier VentureBeat leak, we know there'll likely be a version packing 4GB RAM and a high-end Kirin 955 SoC, and possibly a cheaper, lower-end version with a Kirin 950 and 3GB RAM, both with a 5.2-inch 1080p display.
Yesterday, however, a new image of the P9 leaked, courtesy of Evan Blass, a.k.a. @evleaks. The image, which looks like a press shot or similar, shows the back of the phone, with the dual-camera setup and fingerprint sensor. Read More
A few leaked images of the HTC 10 took away some of the mystery earlier this month. Now another picture from @evleaks reinforces those earlier findings. In an image posted to Twitter, we see the HTC 10 in four colors. Read More
Since the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, and LG G5 have already been leaked to death by almost everyone on earth, Evan Blass, aka @evleaks, is turning his attention toward lesser known devices. He already showed us a family portrait of 6 color variants of the midrange HTC A16 and he's back with another press render, this time for a Sony Xperia device.
There isn't a lot of information to go with the photo, just a PP10 name, which Evan says could either be a codename or a retail branding. I'd personally lean toward the former, especially given how its reminiscent of the new MediaTek Helios P10 processor. Read More