Sony had a bit of a slip up yesterday when they unknowingly announced the Sony Xperia Z4 tablet. While we haven’t heard anything else about the new handset yet, we have learned about another device Sony is bringing to MWC with the Xperia M4 Aqua.
We’ve talked about Samsung’s tablet plans for 2015, but many details are still up in the air. There’s rumored to several new lineups in the works, but a follow-up to a popular tablet from last year is one of the first to break cover. It’s the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7, and it has just gotten benchmarked over at GFXBench.
If you own a smartphone, you probably have the YouTube app installed, and it’s one of the most used mobile applications on the planet. It isn’t always a good thing to have unlocked if you have kids, as there are plenty of videos not safe for children out there. If you keep your kids away from YouTube, you can now turn them loose thanks to the new YouTube Kids app.
There are no shortage of smartphone set to arrive this year, but we haven’t spent much time talking about tablets. Lenovo has always impressed us with their slates, and they’ve just launched a new one in India with the budget friendly Lenovo Tab 2 A7-30.
Seems like HTC isn’t the only company having trouble keeping their new devices under wraps. The HTC One M9 has been the hot device of the day in the rumor mill, but now we’re getting a look at the upcoming Sony Xperia Z4 tablet ahead of it’s rumored launch at MWC.
This morning, we showed you a couple of new renders of the HTC One M9 that came from Twitter courtesy of @evleaks. Quite a bit has happened since that time, including a series of HTC One M9 videos that appear to show the device in action and the cancellation of a certain Twitter account.
If you are a steady reader of our site or just stumbled across it in the past few weeks, you have probably seen one of many HTC One M9 photos that we’ve covered. Ready for some more? A new leak has just hit the net that reportedly shows the upcoming handset, and you might be a bit disappointed with the design.
A lot of the smartphone we cover have boring names. We have all come across plenty of Notes, Stars, and Ones, but how many Oomph’s have you seen? Get ready to meet one with the newly released iBall Cobalt Oomph.
A lot of people watch videos on their mobile devices, and it’s safe to say that YouTube isn’t going out of business anytime soon. We’ve seen a couple of smartphones with built-in Pico projectors, but The Beam projector is the first gadget we’ve seen that turns an ordinary light socket into a projector.
Many manufacturers have rolled rugged handsets over the years, but Kyocera has put out more than most. Their latest smartphone has just been announced before MWC, and it offers up midrange specs in an extremely tough exterior.
Another day, another Samsung Galaxy S6 leak. A lot of folks already have their calendars marked for Samsung’s big reveal, and we’re pretty sure we know what it will have under the hood already. It’s always nice to have a bit of confirmation, and we may have just gotten that from Samsung Norway.