The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge are expected to be near-perfect in terms of what they offer, yet their pricing was rumored to be on the same lines as the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge despite the inclusion of notably more features. A new leak is reiterating that Samsung’s next hero devices will not be commanding a higher price for those features.
With the admittedly huge caveat that the LG G5 hasn’t even been announced yet, one of the surest leaks has been about the rear camera set-up, in at least that it will feature twin lenses. Which should get tech heads scratching – how will having two lenses help image quality? While nothing’s certain until the launch event, I thought I’d attempt a diagrammatic explanation. We’re certainly in an era where clever software and some lateral thinking can mimic what used to take bulky optics.
Rumors surrounding the HTC One M10 have been relatively quiet. However, as the rumored March unveiling of the handset comes close, more information regarding the device has started leaking out with every passing week.
In addition to three new chipsets for smartphones, Qualcomm also announced a new processor for wearables: the Snapdragon Wear 2100. The chipset is smaller than its predecessor while being more power efficient, thereby ensuring that next generation smart watches are smaller than their predecessor and also last longer.
Qualcomm today announced three new chipsets for mid-range smartphones: the Snapdragon 625, 435 and 425. Compared to previous offerings from Qualcomm, these new chips are a big upgrade in almost every department. Not only do they support faster LTE networks, they also offer more connectivity options and better performance.
We have previously heard that HTC plans on unveiling its next flagship — the HTC One M10 — at a separate event that will be held sometime in March. However, it was been unclear until now as to when the handset will be making its way to retail stores.