Another week flew by and tradition dictates that once again we take a look at the news section and round up the most interesting stories of the past few days. Rumors are still the name of the game as the tech world can't wait to see what the next round of releases brings.
Samsung is still gathering gazes with news of the upcoming Galaxy Note 5. The next successor to the legendary Note series is said to feature a 5.67-inch QHD Super AMOLED display and a reworked Exynos 7422 SoC. Sadly, it might lose the convenience of a removable battery.
The Korean giant is also allegedly working on a bigger S6 edge Plus device, which promises the convenience of a phablet display in a stylish and more simplistic package, if that is to your liking. The metal frame Galaxy A8 has also been popping up in the news lately, suggesting that it is also getting close to an official release.
Industry sources have suggested that Sony might try to redeem itself after the Xperia Z3+, Z4 and out a completely redesigned Xperia Z5 flagship. It does look promising and we can only hope that the Snapdragon 820 that will power it doesn’t end up in an overheating fiasco like the current 810 chip.
Naturally, the next iPhone has also been frequenting our rumor mill. Previous Cupertino release schedules dictates that it shouldn't be long before the 6s model starts creating mass hysteria.
And to top things off, a new LG G Pro 3 might be on its way to a release. The huge 6.0-inch phablet is said to feature a 20.7 MP camera and cost a whopping $790 - quite a few bucks more than the G4 flagship. Also, be sure to read on the latest Microsoft - Nokia development and check out how Windows 10 Phone is coming along.
If you think you might have missed something from the busy week, here is a list of the hottest topics in the tech world.
5.7-inch QHD displays on both, Note 5 to be powered by Exynos 7422, S6 edge Plus sticks with Qualcomm.
It is said to be powered by the yet-to-be-released Snapdragon 820 SoC, and pack in a 4,500mAh battery.
The render suggests a Galaxy S6-like design, non-removable battery and no USB Type-C.
Photos of the two headsets were allegedly leaked by a telecom in Chile along with some specs.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the company has ordered 85-90 million iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus units.
Official launch event tipped to be scheduled for the week before, quoted timing raises questions.
Read them and weep 2015 flagships - the S5 tops the S6, the G4 is no better than the G3, says report.
The new build may not be available to insiders, but it introduces things like 120fps slow-mo videos.
Snapdragon 810 chipset inside the 5.2-inch Mi5, latest S820 in the 5.7-inch Mi5 Plus, both QHD.
The Enhanced version comes with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage space.
The peculiarly shaped Android smartphone was caught passing through TENAA in China.
The Korean manufacturer’s 2013 smartphone flagship received Android 5.0.2 Lollipop back in April.
The handset was unveiled by the company at a Chinese exhibition this past weekend.
The company announced that most of those slashed jobs will be from its mobile hardware division.
Microsoft will reduce the Lumia lineup to six per year, divided into three different categories.
The 6-inch phablet is tipped to feature a 20.7MP primary camera, priced higher than the G4 at $790.
An AMA session on Reddit by the company's team has revealed even more details about the OnePlus 2.
The CEO of Sony Mobile put an end to the speculations that the company might exit the mobile industry.
Details of the OnePlus 2 variants - A2003 with 3GB of RAM and A2005, are yet to be revealed.
The source hints at a QHD screen of yet unknown diagonal, latest Gorilla Glass 4 in front.
The successor to the Mi Note Pro is now listed on the certification site with a full set of specs.
It may not be official yet, but the Galaxy A8 has already been comprehensively reviewed in China.
This is supposed to end the speculation regarding the upcoming phone's pricing, once and for all.
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