Monday, 29 July 2013

Samsung testing the Galaxy Note III in three screen sizes?

By on 03:51
According to a listing of Indian logistics website Zaumba, the Samsung has began testing the Galaxy Note III in three different screen sizes. If Zaumba is to be believed, Samsung hasn't yet decided wether the Galaxy Note III should pack a 5.5", 5.7" or 6" display. Mind you, couple of reports clearly suggestedthat Samsung has chosen to build the Galaxy Note III around a 5.7" display, so maybe the testing is already complete.

Spy photos shows the box of an iPhone 5C, the budget iPhone

By on 03:49
The budget iPhone rumors started with the same back panels photographed over and over again, but slowly we're getting more believable stuff – first the FCC labels on the phone's box. Interestingly, it's labeled iPhone 5C.
The design of the box is also notable – old iPhone boxes had square angles and a big image of the phone inside. The boxes in the image are all white (no images except a black Apple logo), glossy (plastic?) and have round corners. This would fit the new design direction by Jony Ive, who really streamlined iOS with the latest version and removed all unnecessary eye candy.

Sony Xperia Honami visits FCC, confirms launch date

By on 03:47
Sony Xperia Honami has appeared in front of a camera a few times already and now the upcoming cameraphone from Sony has made a visit to Federal Communications Commission.
According to the FCC report, the Sony Xperia Honami will be announced before September 30 and the smartphone is expected to hit the stores by the first week of October.

MediaTek announces first true octa-core processor

By on 03:43
MediaTek has officially announced the world's first true octa-core processor. The latest SoCs allows all the eight cores to run simultaneously, unlike the Samsung implementation, which can activate up to half of its CPU cores at once. The true octa-core processors offer you enhanced performance, power efficiency and improved user experience.

Another budget iPhone photo leaks, this time with FCC labels

By on 03:41
So far we’ve been pretty skeptical of the budget iPhone leaks as they bear a very strong resemblance to a certain China-built Android phone. This, however, could be the money shot - the plastic budget iPhone with FCC labels on the back.