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5.9-Inch HTC One Max (T6) Render Leaked: We're Going To Need Some Bigger Pockets

5.9-Inch HTC One Max (T6) Render Leaked: We're Going To Need Some Bigger Pockets

Last week we got our first telling glance of a new HTC smartphone hanging out in China: the T6, or as it may come to be known, the HTC One Max. This purported beast of a phone has the styling of the HTC One with a reported 5.9" screen. Today Evleaks, the Deepthroat of the smartphone world, released a press render on his new Google+ account.

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The phone still looks like an enormous HTC One.

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[Rumor] New Nexus 10 To Be Made By ASUS According To Geek.com, Former WSJ Reporter Conveniently "Clarifies" Samsung Rumor

[Rumor] New Nexus 10 To Be Made By ASUS According To Geek.com, Former WSJ Reporter Conveniently "Clarifies" Samsung Rumor

According to Geek.com's Russell Holly, the successor to the Nexus 10 - which will be called the Nexus 10  - will be manufactured by ASUS, not Samsung. Holly bases his belief on information from "multiple sources" and an internal Best Buy inventory listing, a well-known Nexus retail partner. Here's that inventory listing, which has otherwise generic "placeholder" info (aka don't pay attention to the obviously-wrong release date).

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Now, my first thought was "well, this directly contradicts an earlier report from a reliable source," allegedly Google's own Sundar Pichai, as spoken to by the Wall Street Journal's Amir Efrati, who has since left his post at that publication.

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Images Of A "Tegra Tab" Leaked: NVIDIA's Possible Unofficial Sequel To The Nexus 7

Images Of A "Tegra Tab" Leaked: NVIDIA's Possible Unofficial Sequel To The Nexus 7

The Nexus 7 2013 is awesome in just about every way, building on the strengths of the original to become an easy choice for the best 7" Android tablet on the market at the moment. But there's at least one company that isn't altogether happy with it: NVIDIA. Their Tegra 3 chip powered the first Nexus 7, but Google switched to Qualcomm for the new version... a decision which hasn't come without problems of its own.

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LG G2 Press Image Leaked Ahead Of Official Unveiling Tomorrow [Update: Second Image]

LG G2 Press Image Leaked Ahead Of Official Unveiling Tomorrow [Update: Second Image]

That noted leaker of phones, @evleaks has just posted what appears to be the LG G2 in all its glory. We've seen the device show up a number of times before, but this press shot is the first time the final product has been so clearly visible.

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The device matches previous leaks quite well with the strange up and down arrows on the rear of the device, and a very minimal front bezel.

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@evleaks Shows Off 'Final' Moto X Press Shots In Both Black And White

@evleaks Shows Off 'Final' Moto X Press Shots In Both Black And White

At this point, there's essentially nothing we don't know about the Moto X. We've seen the specs and benchmarks. Taken a look at the camera app. Toyed around with all the cool new features. Watched how it's going to be passively listening to everything you say.

There really isn't much for Moto to tell us on August 1st, save for the price.

Now, @evleaks has published the final set of press shots for both the black and white versions of the device:

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Gotta admit – that white one is pretty dang sexy.

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New Nexus 7 (Codename Razor) Fully Detailed And Benchmarked – 2GB Of RAM, Snapdragon S4 Pro, And 1920x1200 Screen

New Nexus 7 (Codename Razor) Fully Detailed And Benchmarked – 2GB Of RAM, Snapdragon S4 Pro, And 1920x1200 Screen

Google is set to (probably) announce the new and improved Nexus 7 tomorrow, but we've been taking a look at the device ahead of time. Some of the specs from previous rumors were dead on, and some not so much. We've got all the details and benchmarks right here. So let's dive in.

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Want To See More Of The New Nexus 7? We've Got Everything You Need Right Here

Want To See More Of The New Nexus 7? We've Got Everything You Need Right Here

The new Nexus 7 is no secret. It's been leaked, leaked, and leaked again. But up until today, we hadn't seen the actual device in the flesh. One lucky soul was able to get his hands on a retail version of the new N7 and has provided us with essentially every angle, pose, nook, and cranny of the device – he even offered up a couple of pictures of the box.

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Evleaks Reveals Press Shot Of New Nexus 7 – SIM Slot, Dual-Speakers, Rear Camera, And Notification LED Present And Accounted For [Updated]

Evleaks Reveals Press Shot Of New Nexus 7 – SIM Slot, Dual-Speakers, Rear Camera, And Notification LED Present And Accounted For [Updated]

The new Nexus 7 leaks just keep on coming. The venerable @evleaks has just posted a high-resolution press shot of the still-unannounced tablet. It matches up with previous leaks quite nicely.

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The image shows a device with big top and bottom bezels, a front notification light, and dual speakers on the back. The rear-facing camera is there, as is the sideways Nexus logo. Also, note the odd placement of the front-facing camera.

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Leaked Best Buy Ad Shows New Nexus 7 With 1920x1200 Screen Launching Tuesday, July 30th For $229.99

Leaked Best Buy Ad Shows New Nexus 7 With 1920x1200 Screen Launching Tuesday, July 30th For $229.99

Google can play dumb all it wants – we know a new Nexus 7 is coming, and apparently so does Best Buy. A leaked ad from the electronics retailer shows the new Nexus 7 set to arrive on July 30th for the previously rumored price of $229.99.

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First Motorola X Press Images Hit The Web [Updated: White And Profile]

First Motorola X Press Images Hit The Web [Updated: White And Profile]

The leakiest and one of the most mysterious phones in recent history just got a little less mysterious as @evleaks dropped the first official press renders onto our sleepy heads late Friday night. The OS is close to stock (it's Android 4.2.2 for now, but we fully expect 4.3 soon after its release), the cameras are where they're supposed to be, the on-screen buttons make us happy, and overall, it's not such a bad-looker for a mid-spec, affordable device.

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