There were plenty of leaks of flagship devices last week and nothing’s more interesting than going through the sauciest of the saucy rumours going around the tech sphere. We gather the top ones that created a buzz through the week and hopefully, they turn out to be just what we expected.
Samsung could be making its first “dual-edged” screen smartphone
The Galaxy Note Edge surprised us all with its uber cool one-sided curve to the right. Samsung might just be banking on that sort of flexible display technology for its rumoured Galaxy S6. Sources claim that the smartphone will boast a screen that curves on both sides. We can’t wait to see what that looks like.
The iPad Pro’s release is going to be delayed
Rumours have been circulating of a larger Apple tablet (said to be named iPad Pro) but now, sources are claiming it won’t hit retail as soon as expected. They say the tablet’s release will be delayed until Q2 next year, which we think is going to dampen the spirits of those who want a larger Apple device.
Leaks of the Sony Xperia Z4 range make it on the Internet
If you thought the Sony Xperia Z3 range is as good as it gets, here’s a tip for you – there’s plenty of change expected for its successors. From ditching the magnetic charging port found on the Xperia Z3 in favour of a Qi wireless charging support to a 10.1in quad-HD display on the Xperia Z4 tablet, it looks like there’s plenty in the pipelines.
The HTC One (M9) could get a facelift
It’s all about going beyond HD with smartphone screens these days and it seems HTC doesn’t want to be left out of that bandwagon. The purported HTC One (M9) might have Android fans drooling with a 5.2in, 2K screen, along with a quad-core Snapdragon 805 insides, a waterproof body, and a 128GB storage option.
Oppo might have another smartphone in the making
Oppo took the wraps off its N3 spartphone literally weeks ago, and now, there’s speculation of yet another Oppo branded device. Called the Oppo U3, the smartphone’s alleged specs include a 4.6in, 1080p touchscreen, a 2MP back snapper with 4K (UHD) video recording support, a 5MP front camera with 1080p video capture, amongst other features.