There’s a lot on deck for this week’s Rumor Roundup, including talk about LG’s G4, a potential Galaxy S6 Active, and maybe even an LG product meant to go up against the Galaxy Note. The Galaxy Note series is one of Samsung’s strongest device lineups, so LG is definitely going up against a juggernaut if true.
In addition, HTC might be making an alternative to the One M9, and Google is reportedly working on Android for VR. There’s been a whirlwind of rumors, and that’s good! It just means there’s more to talk about, and who doesn’t love a good rumor?
We’re still waiting for the HTC One M9 to hit stores, but it looks like the company could already have another new smartphone in the works. A fresh device apparently called the One E9 popped up on Chinese regulator site TENAA, revealing a high-powered handset that could put the One M9 to shame. The HTC […]
The LG G4 is shaping up to be one of the best smartphones of 2015. Now, another new rumor reveals how the company could pack its upcoming handset with even more technology. According to The Korea Herald, LG is seriously considering adding a fingerprint scanner to the G4, though the company denied the rumor in its […]
Samsung may soon have a direct competitor to its Galaxy Note series of smartphones. LG is expected to launch its G4 flagship smartphone (leaked image pictured above) in the coming months, but a new report from the Korea Herald suggests that’s not the only powerhouse coming down the pipeline. The Korea Herald said it has learned that LG […]
The Galaxy S6 may not offer any protection from the elements, but it looks like Samsung is already working on a water-resistant version of its new flagship phone. An official user agent profile for what just might be the Galaxy S6 Active surfaced on Samsung’s website over the weekend, suggesting it could get an official […]
Google has already dipped into VR with Cardboard, and the search giant is apparently going even deeper with a new project designed around Android. The Wall Street Journal reports Google has assembled a team of “tens of engineers” tasked with creating a version of Android specifically for virtual reality. You heard right: Google wants its […]
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