We know for less than a week that Samsung plans to unveil the Galaxy Note 8 ahead of IFA 2017 trade fair, which is set to kick off on September 1. Previous rumors coming from different sources claim the flagship smartphone will be announced on August 23, but the phone won’t be available on the market until September at the earliest.
Over the weekend, Samsung’s CEO DJ Koh told Taiwanese media that his company plans to reveal the Galaxy Note 8 in late August, which comes in line with previous reports.
He went on to say that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be released …
Asus has been struggling to decide when to announce the new ZenFone 4 family. Although previous rumors claimed the smartphones could be unveiled as early as May, it now looks like Asus will wait until fall to reveal them.
In fact, the company has already started to send invitations for a launch event that will take place in Rome, Italy, on September 21. Since we already know the names of the five ZenFone 4 smartphones Asus plans to launch by the end of the year, we can confirm that the ZenFone 4V will be announced in late September.
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After the disappointment brought by the Galaxy Note 7, all eyes are now on Samsung to see how the company deals with its next generation Galaxy Note, aptly called Galaxy Note 8.
Reportedly, an unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will cost €999 in Europe. In the US, the new device will probably cost a bit less, …
Amid rumors that the 10th anniversary iPhone, dubbed the Apple iPhone 8, will be delayed until October or November, a new report refutes this and says that the phone is on track for a September release. Tweets disseminated by tipster OnLeaks reveal that Foxconn has started training new employees just in time for production to start on all iPhone models, including the iPhone 8. Mass production of the 2017 iPhone models will start in August for the typical September launch.
OnLeaks’ tweets somewhat contradict the latest notes sent to clients by KGI securities highly reliable Apple analyst …
If you’re excited about Apple’s upcoming iPhone 8, which reportedly features an OLED screen and an impressive screen to body ratio (never seen before on an Apple handset), you may want to know that the device could be hard to find at launch.
According to MacRumors, which cites information revealed by several Barclays analysts, the iPhone 8 will be both announced, and released in September – alongside regular iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus models (these should be direct successors to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus). However, Barclays analysts have noted that the …
Predictions by analysts and tech pundits will be paid heed to and heard by several as fans camp and line up and camp outside is soon to be spectated. The Cupertino Tech giant, Apple Inc. has announced September 10 as the official date for the launch of the newest iteration of its immensely anticipated gadget, the iPhone 5S.
Aside from the flurry of hot rumours, the developers are waiting with abated breath for the official release of the device’s operating system, the hotly awaited iOS 7. The iOS 7 is said to have the long expected major overhaul, both in terms of visuals and functionality. Developers have had been tinkering with the beta version of the OS for quite a while and now eagerly anticipate the release of its official version which is to happen on the same day as the device.
Leading app development companies like Apps Developers Australia (SDI) have already initiated development for adapting to the fresh functionality features of the device. The OS now consists of both a pull down events notifier and a pull up quick settings toggle. Having developed for premium clients such as PepsiCo and Stanford University, only the finest of applications can be expected by such established development companies.
The software has a lot to be talked about, even when it comes to design of the icons, which now have on board the most talked about hardware designer, Jonathan Ive. What is ought to leave us in awe will be the product of the day itself, the iPhone 5S. Like every year, the gadget has an unbelievably long list of rumors. Some of the most prominent being the inclusion of a fingerprint scanner, a not so different change from the iPhone 5 and the imbibed launch of the iTunes Radio, Apple’s own ad supported free internet music service.
But perhaps, the biggest attraction of them, a product which is bound to steal the limelight is the iPhone 5C. ‘C’ is most likely attributed to ‘Colour’, since several leaks have pointed out that the budget friendly iPhone variant will be available in a wide variety of colours and will be composed of a polycarbonate body, unlike its premium aluminium-cased sibling. If the iPhone 5C is indeed more than just another rumor, the tech community and markets are bound to go haywire.
Due to being prohibitively expensive, the masses avoided purchasing the device outright, but now with a variant that won’t burn a hole in the pockets of the masses, there won’t be anything stopping the new iPhone to take the markets by storm. In such a scenario, no business can afford to not have a dedicated iPhone app as that would mean losing out on a lot of potential customers.
With the sales of new iPhone models predicted to skyrocket, iOS app development is bound to shoot through the roof. The options for bogus app developers may also increase simultaneously, but in the end it will only be trusted and reliable app developers like SDI, which will come up with apps, which stand out from the crowd. Have an idea in the mind? Get it translated into the most trendy and robust iPhone app in the latest possible fashion and security.
Just over a week after the Sony Xperia Z3+ – which is the international version of the Xperia Z4 available in Japan – started rolling out globally, rumours are doing rounds that the company’s next flagship, the Xperia Z5, will be unveiled in Japan in September this year.
Specs-wise, the device is said to be powered by the yet-to-be-released Snapdragon 820 SoC. It is expected to come with 4GB RAM, pack in a 4,500mAh battery, and feature a fingerprint recognition system. In terms of camera, the handset is rumoured to sport a 21MP Sony Exmor RS IMX230 CMOS sensor, with 4K video recording support and HDR capabilities.
Along with the Xperia Z5, Sony is also said to be planning to launch the Xperia Z5 Compact and the Xperia Z5 Ultra. Needless to say, none of this has been officially confirmed by the company. So, take it with a pinch of salt.