The body that oversees licensing of Bluetooth technologies and trademarks to device manufacturers, dubbed the Bluetooth Special Interest Group or simply Bluetooth SIG, has been a gold mine of smartphone information and confirmation in the past, delivering the goods once again as it just certified two upcoming Samsung handhelds. Or rather two Galaxy S5 spin-offs,
As we near the year’s first two major tech-related trade shows, next week’s CES and next month’s MWC, the puzzle that’s Samsung’s 2014 mobile product lineup becomes less and less of a conundrum. For instance, it’s now nearly set in stone that the purported Galaxy Grand Lite will be marketed as the Grand Neo, whereas
We have heard about the LG made Nexus tablet on a couple of occasions with no word on the launch as of yet. This tablet has now made its way to Bluetooth SIG, hinting at an imminent release. The tablet sports a model number V510 and was first caught by Japanese site Blog of Mobile.
It’s a busy, busy day in Samsung’s offices, as three unannounced and unreleased Sam-made gadgets have been caught red-handed while trying to discreetly get the green light from either the FCC or Bluetooth SIG. Well, that failed miserably, but we can’t complain. Not when one of the three is the oft-rumored Galaxy Note 12.2, moving
You know there’s a rumor going around that Samsung is working on an improved Galaxy S4 Active with Snapdragon 800 power? Well, as it turns out, the S4 Active has become quite the (sleeper) hit, since Sammy is apparently ironing out the kinks of yet another variation of the device as we speak. Only this
The LG Nexus 5 (D821) has just passed Bluetooth SIG certification. This certification confirms the existence of Bluetooth 4.0 on the upcoming Nexus flagship. The site also confirms that the smartphone will come with support for LTE networks. But there’s no additional info available from the listing. There have been several rumors about the launch date
An upcoming product called Asus K008 was revealed by Bluetooth SIG just recently. The new product is apparently a tablet. Then, another reason why the leak has been receiving a loud buzz over the Internet is because it was discovered that it will be carrying Google’s unannounced OS, which is the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
The Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group), the agency that handles the licensing of Bluetooth technologies and trademarks to manufacturers, has been taken by storm lately by intriguing, unannounced Android devices looking for the mandatory stamps of approval before becoming commercially available. Among these, we’ve seen a likely Sprint version of LG’s Optimus G2, Samsung’s Galaxy
Bluetooth SIG listings are very rarely revelatory of anything other than the possible identities of unreleased gadgets, but sometimes that’s enough to ignite a spark and make us enthusiastic about the future. And today we have a real treat for all you rumor-mongers, as we’ve managed to track down (courtesy of our friends from Ameblo.Jp)