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While Evan Blass, known as Evleaks, is now retired, that hasn’t stopped him from outing new devices. Today, we get the first true render of Motorola’s upcoming new Nexus phone. Here we can see it looks very familiar, like a larger version of the existing Moto X. We can see more details of Android L (which might be called Licorice) as well, including some new icons. While we can see that the Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides icons are mostly the same, Google Play Music’s icon is new. And behind the Google app, we can...

There have been plenty of theories floating around the internet about the potential name for the upcoming Android 5.0 operating system. While Lollipop and Lemon Meringue Pie were the front runners for the most part, a new post from a person familiar with Google has indicated that it could instead be known as Licorice. Giovanni Calabrese who is responsible for making Android figures outside Google’s HO in San Francisco said the following in a post – “I never had a great liking for Licorice, but damn! there are some...

After proposing a deal that was immediately refuted, French carrier Iliad seems ready to make another bid to buy T-Mobile USA. Currently German carrier Deutsche Telekom owns 66% of T-Mobile, but is looking to sell it. Iliad’s original deal was to buy just 56.6% of T-Mobile, but the new deal seems to indicate they are thinking much bigger this time. They’re still offering $33 for each share of T-Mobile, but the full percentage Iliad seeks to buy is unknown. Iliad is currently in talks with different financial institutions...

While the Sony Xperia Z3 has barely made it into the markets, we’re already hearing about a new variant of the device known as the Xperia Z3X. This will reportedly be an upgraded version of the current flagship with a drastically improved hardware. The device has also made its way to AnTuTu benchmarks sporting a 6.2 inch Quad HD display, a Snapdragon 810 SoC, 4GB of RAM and Android 4.4.2 KitKat. The highlight of this rumored device however is the new curved 22-megapixel sensor with a 2/3 inch sensor and f/1.2 aperture. It seems...

A few months ago, multiple leaks suggested that HTC was looking to launch a device called the One M8 Prime. However, subsequent reports mentioned that the company had dropped plans for this phablet. A new report is now claiming that HTC hasn’t completely forgotten about this device after all. According to a report from a Chinese site, the One M8 Max will feature a 5.5 inch Quad HD display and the new HTC Sense 6.5 UI running on top of the latest version of Android. Surprisingly, the smartphone is also expected to be water resistant...

Following the leak of a mockup for the supposed new Nexus phone, an image has appeared online of a physical device. While the Nexus 5 has a screen size of 4.95 inches, this device supposedly has a screen size of 5.92 inches. On the right side of the device is the LG G3, showing that this device is much bigger than any Nexus phone previously. Similar to the Moto X, this new device has a ring flash around the camera. There’s no release date indicated yet, but with Android L coming next month, it is surely coming then. Source: XDA...

With the anticipation for the upcoming Nexus smartphone getting higher with every passing day, a new revelation made by 9to5Google has revealed essentially everything we need to know about the upcoming Google flagship. As the mockup suggests, the smartphone will feature a pretty large display mirroring the design of the 2nd gen Moto X with the power and volume keys rearranged for easier one handed operation. Specs wise, the smartphone is believed to be packing a monster 5.92 inch 2K resolution display, a 2.6 GHz Snapdragon 805 SoC,...

The Sony Xperia Z3 is less than a week away from launch as we all know. And today, we have stumbled across reports suggesting that Sprint could soon carry a flagship Sony smartphone on its shelves. While there’s no mention of the Xperia Z3 specifically, it goes without saying that this is the device being mentioned. Over the years, Sony has struggled to launch its smartphones through major American carriers. Currently, T-Mobile is the only network to offer Sony’s smartphones. Sprint has never launched a Sony smartphone,...