We’re going to be very busy next week when MWC 2015 kicks off, and while millions of peepers will watch Samsung and HTC, other companies will have plenty on display as well. Acer is one of them, and the company has just teased several new products ahead of the big show.
Yesterday was all about the HTC One M9, but Samsung seems to have taken over the rumor mill today. Remember those crazy concepts we showed you from Samsung Norway last week? Well, they are at it again as three new “rumors” have been posted to their website.
Whether it’s Apple or Samsung, every year we hear rumors about supply chain issues resulting in short stock before a major release. It’s nothing new, and today a new report suggests the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge release may be hurt by low stock and a premium price tag.
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’re looking for a new smartphone this year, one of your choices may be unveiled within the next few weeks. We’re getting ready to see a slew of new handsets at MWC, and carriers are already starting to hype up the new devices. That said, there are still plenty of “normal” smartphones being released, and one is coming to Verizon this week in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime.
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.
Yesterday, we told you about a huge Lenovo leak that spilled the beans on four new handsets headed for MWC. That’s a lot of phones, but one was left out as we’ve just learned the Lenovo Vibe Max is coming as well and it’s bringing a massive display along with it.
While you’ll never see us sporting one, we are no stranger to Vertu’s luxury devices and have kept tabs on the company over the past few years. Their latest creation, the Vertu Pure Jet Red Gold, is actually one of their more “plain” smartphones, but it will still set you back a staggering $23,100.
Google is still trying to get the Android One program rolling, and yesterday the company help a big event in the Philippines to promote the platform. Android One may have been the star of the show, but during the presser word slipped about the upcoming Android M update.
We expected to see a slew of new smartphones in a few weeks at MWC, but there have been no shortage of new devices released in India over the past few weeks. We just told you about a new Intex handset that runs Android 5.0 a few days back, and now they’ve launched another with the Intex Aqua Star II.
It’s taken companies a while to come around to big batteries, but Lava has embraced the movement with its Fuel series smartphones. They’ve also just released another handset in the lineup as the dual-SIM Lava Iris Fuel 20 is headed to India with a large 4,400mAh battery.