2019 is expected to be the year of the foldable phone and the 5G devices, but it may well be Nokia’s year. They failed to have a real flagship in 2018, with the Nokia 9 constantly looming over our heads. Now the device is back, through a leak signed Evan
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If you haven’t had your daily dose of Samsung Galaxy Note 9, be sure to check out the Evan Blass Twitter profile. He managed to score a render of the device, a legit looking one and at the same time two more hands on pics popped up via Slashleaks. Let’s
I feel sorry to say this, but Sony seems to have dropped the ball big time with the Sony Xperia XZ2. They’ve been dropping it for years now with that Omnibalance design and sometimes it even feels like self sabotage. What you’re seeing here is the Sony Xperia XZ2, leaked
In lack of a new concept phone, we resort to prototypes and leaked/cancelled machines. One such device is the Microsoft Surface Mini, that just popped up courtesy of an Evan Blass leak. He published the picture below and also some specs. Surprisingly enough this machine isn’t even 8 inches in
The idea of having Windows 10, the real and pure Windows 10 on mobile device has been floating around for a while now and Dell and Intel even had a project related to it. It’s called Dell Stack and it came up on the web about a week ago, courtesy
Back in the day when the HTC 10 was just a rumor, everybody felt it was too “fat”, or too metallic and those angular sloped edges weren’t doing it any favours. Now it’s the turn of the HTC Bolt to be treated the same way, after the device just leaked
Yes, there’s hope for HTC! While HTC 10 didn’t exactly turn us on, well I have to admit that the freshly leaked HTC Desire 10 Pro is working its way in that direction. Evan Blass just published these renders of it and we’ll dissect them after the break. Turns out
Leave it to Evan Blass to spot a fake render, so the rest of us won’t get fooled by then. It’s a sensitive period now, since we’re two weeks away from the debut of the Galaxy Note 7 and not very far from the iPhone 7 debut too. And then
Recently reputed tech aficionado and exclusive leak source Evan Blass has posted the picture/teaser below on Twitter, saying that he basically thinks POLED is the way to go. This is also seen as a future-proof technology, the one to beat the LG G5 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
Leakster Evan Blass has leaked a new series of tablets, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2016), in the renders below, that also include the Galaxy Tab E (7.0) slate. The Galaxy Tab A 9.7 was a very solid device last year, with a very generous battery.