Jon R. is back to tackle the biggest tech rumors of this week! On this episode of Rumor Roundup, Jon is talking about HTC’s entry into the phablet market, a new leaked image of the Samsung Galaxy Note III, the next Android operating system popping up in Chromium’s source skeleton, and iPhone 5S parts that were leaked by an online component seller. All this and more on Rumor Roundup!
On This Week's Episode
We’re slowly building up to a grandstand unveiling of HTC’s One Max, a device the Taiwanese company slyly hinted at just this week. Over the past month or so, rumors about the handset have begun heating up, with pictures and rumors unofficially revealing what looks to be an HTC One, but phablet-y. For many who […]
Following a not-so-mysterious announcement from Samsung yesterday hinting that the Galaxy Note III will be unveiled on Sept. 4, another leaked image of the alleged third-generation phablet has appeared online, revealing the uncovered back of the device. The photo comes from Italian site Webtrek, which was unable to guarantee its authenticity. The latest Galaxy Note III photo doesn’t […]
Google just released Android 4.3—a slight update to the Jelly Bean OS—last month, but we expect it to roll out the next big update to its mobile operating system before the end of the year. The company has already teased Android 5.0, likely called Key Lime Pie, but today the new software may have finally […]
Last week we got a glimpse at the camera for one of Apple’s upcoming iPhones. At the time, the general assumption was that the leaked module depicted by the blurry photo was headed for the iPhone 5C, suggesting that the low-cost handset might pack an 8-megapixel camera. Today, however, a second leak appears to confirm […]
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