This week was full of some really big rumors, many of which deal with devices expected to hit in early 2015. We’re almost into a new year, and that means companies are already gearing up for an onslaught of fancy new flagships. HTC is apparently prepping the M9, while Samsung is (unsurprisingly) toying with the idea of releasing the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
Meanwhile, leaked schematics point to Apple’s humungous iPad Plus (or iPad Pro, any name will work for now), which will supposedly sport a 12.2-inch display. And is Motorola looking to release a beefier version of the Nexus 6? Maybe. There’s always an early year mobile lull, even with CES just around the corner, but it sure sounds like many of the top companies are already preparing their next wave of next generation smartphones.
Check out the latest episode of Rumor Roundup, and let us know your thoughts in the comments down below.
Earlier this week, we got a first taste of what HTC’s next flagship phone might offer, revealing a powerful 5.5-inch phablet. But a new leak this morning suggests the company could be going in another direction entirely with the rumored One M9. HTC Hima:S810 2.0GHz*4+1.5GHz*4, 3GB RAM, 5" FHD, VoLTE/CA/LTE Cat.6, 20.7MP(front 13MP or UltraPixel 4MP), […]
Alleged schematics for a so-called “iPad Air Plus” hit the web this weekend, giving us what could be an early glimpse at the size and specifications of a brand new Apple tablet. Also known as the iPad Pro, the device is expected to pack a massive 12.2-inch display and a few nice surprises. One of […]
We’re still not sure exactly what to expect from the Galaxy S6, but a new report from SamMobile suggests that when it does launch there may be more than one device to choose from. According to the usual anonymous sources, Samsung plans to launch a limited edition Galaxy S6 Edge as well, offering a curved variant […]
Motorola is reportedly planning to release a spinoff version of the gargantuan Nexus 6 as part of its regular lineup of smartphones. According to murmurs out of DroidForums, the device will fit in with Motorola’s lauded family of Moto X and Moto G devices, and actually come with specs that are even better than those […]
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