You may not even of hear of Spigen, but the accessory manufacturer has a solid history of leaking smartphones. The company makes cases for up and coming smartphones before they are released and the latest is the Samsung Galaxy S6. So here's the question, is the device modelling Spigen's Galaxy S6 case actually the Galaxy S6?
There have been plenty of leaks regarding Samsung's Galaxy S6, and by now we have a good idea of what specs the handset will have (including the Snapdragon/Exynos saga) and even how the Galaxy S6 will look. We have seen some prototypes over the last couple of months, but those images have not been amazing quality. However, today we are getting the best look at the Galaxy S6 yet.
Huawei launched the MediaPad X1 at the MWC even last year, a tablet come smartphone that was pretty small considering its 7-inch display, while it also came with calling capabilities. The Chinese company will use this year's Mobile World Conference to roll out the sequel to the X1, the so-called Honor X2.
Motorola's stable of smartphones is pretty damn good at the moment, from the Moto E at entry level through the Moto G, Moto X, Nexus 6, and DROID Turbo, it is one of the most robust portfolios in the industry. The company is apparently going to add to that with the Moto G Titan, a new variant of its budget king smartphone, the 2014 Moto G.
A brand new reports seems to add more weight to the rumor that Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S6 smartphone flagship will be accompanied by the Galaxy S6 Edge. That second handset will have a folded second screen like the Note Edge and has been oft rumored in the S6 development. Aside from that, it also seems that the talked about round faced Samsung smartwatch will also arrive alongside the flagship handset.
Xiaomi's latest flagship, the Mi5, is just weeks from being launched and it will be rolling out with a premium design and some of the best specs that are currently available on the market. The handset has already had plenty of spec leaks and has even showed up in a photo. Now we are getting some details about one of the Mi5's (incidentally, it may be called the Mi4s) features, its fingerprint sensor.
January will be a busy month for Chinese company Xiaomi. The brand will launch a new flagship, the Mi5, a new update for the Redmi 1S, and the Redmi Note 2. At least one of those smartphones is apparently being launched at CES in Las Vegas, marking Xiaomi's first product launch outside of China. I hope that the company is planning on rolling out a device in the US, and I hope that device is the Redmi Note 2.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 is getting ever nearer to launch with a March unveiling widely predicted. It is probably the most intriguing smartphone that will be rolled out during the first half of 2015, because a lot rides on its success or failure and no-one really knows what to expect. There is an image being passed around today that reportedly shows a fully assembled Galaxy S6 running.
LG's G3 flagship from this year raised the bar for the company and made it a true competitor to compatriot Samsung. The Korean company plans to continue the assault with the upcoming G4, and this time LG is going to use a little help, something Samsung already uses. A stylus.
We have been hearing plenty about the upcoming HTC One M9, the company's upcoming smartphone that will serve as a new flagship that carries the codename Hima. Today we are getting a look at what is reported to be an official render of the device, revealing a handset that carries HTC's typical good looks. The render does not give us the clearest of looks at the handset though, but still this look like an interesting smartphone.