Now that we all know what Samsung and HTC’s new flagships look like, a lot of attention has turned to LG and Sony. We know both companies are gearing up for major debuts, but one handset’s potential variant has gotten our attention. There may be a bigger version of the LG G4 this year, and it could have the sharpest display on the market.
Everyone knows Samsung likes to put out variants of their popular smartphones, and last year rumors arose that they may cut back. The Samsung Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge haven’t arrive yet, and we are already getting word of a variant. We think you’ll be pleased with this one, as the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active is rumored to pack some high-end specs.
One of the more surprising games to pop up on mobiles over the past several months has been Five Night’s at Freddy’s. The game has a massive PC following, and the mobile port of the original has done pretty well for itself with over 100,000 downloads at $2.99 a pop. If you’re a fan with an Android device, get excited as the Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 Android release has finally arrived.
Feeling a little disappointed by the HTC One M9? Many consumers and blogs are conflicted about HTC’s new flagship, but we’re here to turn that frown upside down. The HTC One M9 Plus rumors won’t seem to die this year, and new HTC One M9 Plus photos have surfaced showing a huge rear sensor.
Karbonn has put out some nicely priced smartphones for India, and another one has rolled into the country today with the Karbonn Platinum P9. It’s another midrange handset from the company, but it has a couple of features that help set it apart from the pack.
It’s been a while since we’ve checked in on the YotaPhone 2, but it was announced last year with a hefty price tag in Europe. A launch in the states was said to be in the cards, and today we’ve learned the YotaPhone 2 US release is coming through an unlikely source.
We knew LG wouldn’t bring the LG G4 to MWC 2015 this year, and now an interesting rumor out of Korea says the company may have huge plans later this year. The LG G4 is still in the works, but the company is said to roll out another premium series that will outdo last year’s popular flagship.
Earlier today, we told you about the new BlackBerry Leap which was announced at MWC. Well, that’s not the only phone the company had on display, and while we don’t know much about it, the BlackBerry slider smartphone has certainly gotten our attention.
We have spent a lot of time talking about slick new flagships over the past few days, but “regular” handsets are still getting released around the globe. The Micromax Canvas Fire 4 is one of them, and it’s coming to India next week for Rs. 6,999.
There’s been a lot of hype today over the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9, but there are plenty of other smartphones being shown off at MWC 2015. The Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 is one of them, and it has an interesting feature that ensures you’ll never have to worry about talking into the earpiece.
Acer is one of many company’s unveiling new gadgets today, and we’ve already told you about the new Liquid Jade Z. If you prefer your handsets to run Windows instead of Android, the Acer Liquid M220 may be your cup of tea, and it’s the company’s first Windows 8.1 smartphone.