Category: MWC

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Unknown LG devices running KitKat surfaced online

LG-D830, LS740, LG-D410, LG-D320 and LG-MS323 don’t seem to indicate any existing devices we know LG is getting ready to launch plenty of new devices running Android 4.4 KitKat, however they won’t be necessarily flagship ones. Before the latest Android operation launched, we didn’t expect to see any low to mid-range handset running it, however Google did take some important...

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Intel has finished its work on a 64-bit version of Android’s Linux kernel

Intel doesn’t want partners to be held up As 2014 started rolling out, we’re already staring seeing things in 64-bit. OEMs and chip-makers are following Apple’s example for a powerful 64-bit SoC and it appears that in the Android world, it is Intel that will go ahead of everyone. It’s no surprise; it’s the micro-processor giant we’re talking about. According...

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Rumor: New Sony flagship series code-named Sirius and Castor to debut at MWC

The leak tips a Verizon support Sony announced its Xperia Z1 smaller versions yesterday at CES, but it appears that the Japanese company is not done with its new tech. According to the latest rumors, Sony is getting ready to unveil an entirely new flagship series of next-generation smartphones and tablets that are said to debut sometime at MWC next...

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SM-T905 Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 has once again appeared in a shipping manifest

Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 will be announced alongside with the other three anticipated Pro models Few days ago, the SM-T900/T905 showed up in shipping in an Indian import site and suggested the tablet to arrive in Wi-Fi and LTE variants. According to the speculations that that are going around the web for at least a month, the model number of...

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Rumor: ZTE is prepping it very first octa-core processor

The Chinese media mentions the MWC 2014 as an announcement date MediaTek is the first supplier to develop an octa-core SoC that is capable to process tasks within eight CPU cores and the search of better processing power has pushed many other big names to start prepping their next-generation octa-core chipsets. First we heard about Huawei to enter the race...

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Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 and Galaxy Band to be unveiled at MWC 2014

Samsung is preparing a successor to the Galaxy Gear and the fitness oriented Galaxy Band Samsung Galaxy Gear will have a follow up in early 2014, according to the latest rumors. It seems that the Korean manufacturer is working on a successor to the first smartwatch model. That means the company has embraced a strategy which is opposite Pebble –...

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Get ready for Samsung’s ‘Fantastic 4’ tablets in early 2014

Samsung will launch Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 and 10.1, Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and Galaxy Tab 3 Lite in Q1 2014 Apparently, we can keep on talking about the upcoming Samsung tablets as there’s always a lot more to say. As we mentioned already, Samsung is getting ready to launch four tablets in Q1 of 2014 after the company unveils...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 SM-G900F prototype shows up in AnTuTu

Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974AC) will run the show Since we haven’t talked about the anticipated Samsung Galaxy S5 for at least a whole day now, the Chinese media AnTuTu seems to believe that rest is for the weak and has leaked more stuff about the handset’s hardware. One of the expected variants of the device, if you can recall, the...

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Two more devices by Alcatel

The third day of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona brought us 3 new devices by Alcatel. The French-based company seems to try becoming an active player on the mobile market again. The two new devices it introduced are Alcatel One Touch Snap and One Touch Snap LTE. Let’s see what they got. Well, maybe you are guessing that the...

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Andy Rubin states he welcomes Firefox OS

Every time Andy Rubin says something, it attracts the Mobile World’s attention, as he is considered the father of Android. At the Roundtable at the Mobile World Congress Rubin talked about Samsung and the new open-source operating system – Firefox OS. Andy Rubin said that Android has nothing to do with the success of Samsung. He stated that the results...