A device that very well may be the 2016 version of the On5 has been spotted in the Geekbench results database.
The curved front and back sides, as well as the new Iris scanner holes above the display are all clearly visible.
The Japanese giants foresees major shrinks in market growth within the regions, prompting the business restructure.
This translates into an increase of around 65% year-on-year.
The selling point of the device is that it features TWOTONE interchangeable covers for its back.
There's also no information on which other HTC devices will be receiving the update.
The device is said to come in 4GB/32GB, 6GB/64GB, and 6GB/128GB options.
BlackBerry is reportedly working on 3 devices to be launched over the next several months into Q1 of 2017.
They feature the Ubuntu Edition of the handset, but it should be identical in looks and specs to its Android counterpart as well.
It will be rolling out at the same time as the PC version.
A couple of newly leaked images claim to depict the front fascia of the upcoming smartphone.
This leak follows the one from last week detailing the smaller upcoming Nexus device codenamed Sailfish.
It's available in Japan and has many awesome features - waterproof, 120Hz screen, pressure sensitive sides and more.
The company has unveiled the new name along with the corresponding new statue on its lawn in Mountain View, California.
One is 5.2" in diagonal, the other is 5.7", 3,000mAh and 4,000mAh battery capacity respectively.
You could find unlocked units before, but now several retailers are selling carrier-free S7 units.
Registrations are open until July 5, and the sale is scheduled for July 6.
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