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Monday, March 30, 2015

Alleged image of LG G4 with a stylus spotted

LG has been working on the LG G4 as the successor of the G3 launched last year. The South Korean company is reportedly also developing a LG G4 Note to compete directly with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
Few images of a mysterious LG device surfaced online last week and was attributed as the G4. But now a new image of the LG device with a stylus appeared and it appears to be picturing the same device.

There’s no way to estimate which device it was - G4, G4 Note or LG G4 Stylus. Last year, the company introduced the G3, G3 Stylus, and G3 Beat variants so it might repeat that feat this year.
There's no official info pointing in any direction at this point so take it all with a grain of salt.

Asus Zenfone 3 to come with a fingerprint sensor

Fingerprint sensors are all the rage these days, and after Apple brought the feature back to prominence with the iPhone 5S, major manufacturers have been quick to jump on that bandwagon. Next in line is Asus, apparently, as evidenced by the words of no other than the company's CEO.

At a press conference last week in Beijing for the launch of the current Zenfone 2 in China, Jerry Shen, commander in chief of the Taiwanese electronics manufacturer, was quoted as saying that the future Zenfone 3 will come equipped with a fingerprint reader of its own. Realizing that it's likely a whole year before that one comes to market, the company exec hinted that we may actually see the feature later this year in a facelift to the Zenfone 2.
Now there are those who may frown upon the possibility of making payments with their smartphone, secure as it might be. However, other daily tasks can undoubtedly benefit from the tech, like safer and quicker unlocking, securing folders or even logging in websites.
We're only left to hope that Asus has learned from Samsung's experience and brings a working implementation of the otherwise nifty feature. The Korean company's first-gen sensor in the Galaxy S5and Galaxy Note 4 was much too picky but that was finally addressed in the Galaxy S6, bringing it up to par with the Apple solution.
Source (in Chinese) | Via

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge under water Test

Samsung didn’t waterproof the new Galaxy S6 and S6 edge like it did with their predecessor. So, what happens if you drop your Galaxy S6 edge in water? TechSmartt decided to find out and dunked the an S6 edge into a bowl of water with the stopwatch running.
The phone lasted over 20 minutes before powering off. That's a lot more than can be expected from a phone with no official water resistance rating, but it was not without taking some damage.
After some drying and charging the Galaxy S6 edge came back to life, though there was still water in the device (visible in the front-facing camera. The phone also tended to reboot or even not boot at all after the experiment.
So, definitely don’t go put your Galaxy S6/S6 edge in water on purpose, though it looks like it has a good chance of surviving an accidental drop if you pull it out quickly and dry it properly. Note that depths plays a part, an IPX7 rating for example specifies up to 1m of water.
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HTC One E9 press renders leak, announcement imminent

HTC One E9 and One E9+ have been in our rumor section for quite some time. We recently learned that the HTC A55 we thought is the One E9 is actually the One E9+ and it was quietly revealed by HTC China ahead of its debut on April 8 in Beijing.
HTC One E9+ is powered by a 64-bit MediaTek MT6795M chipset with octa-core CPU, 2GB RAM, and 16GB of expandable storage. It features a 13 MP camera at the back and 4MP UltraPixel camera at the front.
Now, back to the HTC One E9. It is rumored to pack a lower resolution display and camera - it should feature a 5.0" or 5.5" 1080p display and a 13MP rear camera. Previous rumors suggest a Snapdragon 810 chip instead of MediaTek, but this is yet to be confirmed.
Today we got some leaked press renders of the HTC One E9 for you, courtesy of @upleaks. The device looks identical to the HTC One E9+ though this is hardly a surprise - a big display at front, stereo BoomSound speakers and a plastic rear panel.
HTC One E9
The One E9 and One E9+ are rumored to hit different markets this spring. Hopefully we'll know more on April 8, when at least one of them will be officially detailed.
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HTC One (M7) receiving Lollipop OTA in India, Singapore, Malaysia

HTC has started rolling out the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for its 2013 One flagship device - One (M7)in India, Singapore, Malaysia, and other regions. The Taiwanese company finally is reaching out with the OTA to several regions for the two year old handset.

The One (M7) gets the Lollipop OTA packaged in a build version 7.21.707.105 measuring 774.82MB for India. The build will have different version number for each region but will be more or less around 800MB.

The new Lollipop update packs the new Lock screen and notification user interface with improved privacy features. The Recent apps menu will support multiple pages and removes the current limit. This update is same as the one that was rolled out for Europe last month.
We recommend to download the Lollipop OTA on Wi-Fi network and let us know if you find something interesting with the update.
Thanks for the tip - Akshay and Harsh Sodi!

LG Spirit quietly listed on company's India website for $228

LG has just announced the global rollout of its new mid-range devices and now one of them has already gone live for the Indian market. The company’s India website has listed the Spirit for INR14,250 ($228). The Spirit follows the rear-mounted power and volume buttons design, which started with the LG G2.

The LG Spirit, with model number LG-H422, boasts a curved design and features a 4.7-inch 720p display. It houses a quad-core 1.3GHz mobile chipset with 1GB RAM and packs 8GB storage, which can be expanded with up to 32GB microSD card.
Flaunting an 8MP rear camera with LED flash and autofocus, it also comes with a few nice tricks such as Gesture Shot.
By default, it runs Android 5.0.1 Lollipop wrapped in LG UI and supports dual-SIM configuration with smart forwarding option. Knock Code feature for security has been integrated and a 2,100 mAh battery powers the handset.

Though the official MRP of Spirit is INR14,250 ($228), an Indian retailer has revealed its best price at INR13,690 ($219).

Samsung Z1 gets another OTA update

Samsung's Tizen-based Z1 smartphone, which went on sale in India back in January this year, has received another over-the-air (OTA) update.
Sized at 26.9MB, the update has build number Z130HDDU0BOC7 and brings Tizen to version Given the size of the update as well as the fact that there is no change log available for it, it's safe to assume that it is primarily a bug-fix or performance update.
However, there have been reports that the update has brought along the ability to download Asphalt 8 game updates using cellular data - it was previously restricted to WiFi only.

LG announces global rollout of Magna, Spirit, Leon, and Joy

LG’s latest mid-range smartphone quartet went official in mid-February, just before MWC 2015. The South Korean company has now announced the global rollout of its mid-rangers - Magna, Spirit, Leon, and Joy.
Out of the four, only Magna, Spirit, and Leon will be available in 3G or LTE variants. Metallic back covers are used to distinguish the LTE models.
The hero of the quartet is LG Magna with 5" 720p display, 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM, 8MP rear camera, 5MP front camera, Android 5.0 Lollipop with LG UI, and 2,540 mAh battery. It packs 1.3GHz quad-core CPU and 21Mbps HSPA+ network connectivity. The LTE variant boasts a 1.2GHz quad-core CPU with Cat. 4 LTE.
LG Spirit bears similar set of hardware as Magna with minor differences like a 4.7" 720p display and a 2,100 mAh battery. Select markets will get Spirit with 5MP rear camera and 1MP front camera.
The Leon packs same SoC options and network chips for 3G or LTE models. It offers 4.5" FWVGA display and a VGA front camera. A 3G variant will feature 1GB or 768MB RAM, 8GB or 4GB storage and 8MP or 5MP rear camera options. The LTE variant features 1GB RAM, 8GB storage, and 5MP rear camera. A 1,900 mAh battery powers these versions.
The entry-level Joy will ship with Android 4.4 KitKat, 4" WVGA display , and 11.9 mm thickness. A dual-core CPU is packed in this device along with 512MB RAM, and 4GB storage. At rear it packs 5MP fixed focus camera and VGA camera in the front. It has the same 1,900 mAh battery as the LG Leon.

Android 5.1 might bring new TouchWiz to Galaxy Note 4

According to a new report, an update to Android 5.1 Lollipop will bring updated TouchWiz UX toSamsung Galaxy Note 4. The latest TouchWiz debuted alongside Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge.
Most global versions of the Korean giant’s flagship phablet are currently running Android 5.0.2. Should it arrive alongside Android 5.1, the new user interface will surely be a welcome addition to the Galaxy Note 4.
Unsurprisingly, Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge will be the first to receive Android 5.1. There is no timeline on the update for the Note 4.
You can find out all about the latest TouchWiz UX by Samsung in our Galaxy S6 review.

HTC One E9+ (A55) appears on the company's website in China

After a number of rumours and leaks, HTC quietly listed the One E9+ smartphone on its website in China. The Taiwanese manufacturer has not mentioned a launch date or price for the new handset yet.

The actual specifications of HTC One E9+ are close to the previously rumored ones. The handset features a 5.5" Quad HD display with 534 ppi pixel density - the sharpest screen to appear on an HTC phone to date. Oddly, the specifications page lists the display as having 1080p resolution.

HTC One E9+ is powered by a 64-bit MediaTek MT6795M chipset with octa-core CPU, 2GB RAM, and 16GB of expandable storage. It features a 13 MP camera at the back and 4MP UltraPixel camera in the front.
Featuring a dual nano-SIM configuration, the smartphone will support both FDD-LTE and TD-LTE network bands. Other features include dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC, and dual front speakers.

Weighing 150 grams, the smartphone includes a 2,800 mAh battery. By default it will run Android Lollipop, dressed in HTC Sense 7 UI. The One E9+ will be offered in meteor grey, gold sepia, and classic rose gold two-tone colour options.
Source | Via

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge brutal drop test video

Samsung brags about the Corning Gorilla Glass 4 panels used for the Galaxy S6 edge and it might have a good reason for that.
Both the back and the dual-curved 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display have protected by Corning's latest. A Korean video demonstrated the true strength of the glass panels used in Galaxy S6 edge through a brutal drop test.
In the video, the woman first shows the display working normally and then slams the phone three times on the floor. The result was rather impressive with the phone sustaining next to no damage.
That's hardly a scientific approach to testing the toughness, but it should certainly give Galaxy S6 owners some extra piece of mind - even if they do drop their new and expensive phone, chances are it won't mind too much.
Thanks for the tip!

T-Mobile’s Galaxy S6, S6 Edge gets first OTA update

Samsung’s new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are yet to go on sale, but those lucky enough to get their units a few days in advance are already been treated to their first firmware update. To enhance that experience, Samsung has pushed an OTA update for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge owners on T-Mobile.

The update weighs 178.67 MB and packs mostly stability improvements and under the hood performance tweaks. There is a brief mention of new and/or enhanced features but the exact features have not been listed in the changelog.
We presume all Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge devices will get this OTA update once the smartphones hit the shelves.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Xiaomi smartwatch expected during March 31 event

Xiaomi is holding another press event on March 31 and the company says we can expect to see several new products unveiled. There’s no word on what exactly the Chinese upstart has planned, but based on recent leaks we already have a few ideas.
With the Apple Watch set to launch next month it may be time for Xiaomi to unveil its own smartwatch as well. Last we heard the company was working on a new wearable with a round display and a brushed metal build. The device could also come packed with sensors, including one for measuring your pulse. It’s expected to run a customized version of its own MiUI rather than Google’s Android Wear.
Xiaomi may also take the opportunity to roll out a new mid-range smartphone. Recent leaks suggest the company could be prepping a 4.9-inch handset with a 1080p display, a Snapdragon 615 processor, a 12-megapixel rear camera, a 4.8-megapixel front-facing shooter and 2GB of RAM. The new phone is expected to run an updated version of MiUI built on Android 5.0.2 Lollipop.
Of course, Xiaomi may also announce something completely unexpected. The company likes to throw big events with choreographed product reveals, so don’t be surprised if we get “one more thing” on March 31.

xiaomi event copy

Apple to launch 4-inch iPhone 6c this year, report claims

Last year’s iPhone 5c may not have been the major success many expected it to be, but Apple isn’t giving up on colorful plastic iPhones just yet. A new report claims a new, 4-inch iPhone 6c will launch alongside the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus this fall.
“All of the handsets will come equipped with LTPS panels and supply for the iPhone 6S Plus and iPhone 6C will come from Japan Display, Sharp and LG Display while that for the iPhone 6S will come from Japan Display and LG,” DigiTimes reports.
The report adds that all of the new iPhones will feature Gorilla Glass — as expected — and will be powered by Apple’s new A9 processor. They are also expected to feature NFC, just like the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but it’s unclear if that will be used for anything more than Apple Pay.
While DigiTimes has a spotty track record when it comes to Apple speculation, an iPhone 6c makes a lot of sense.
It’s unlikely Apple will want to offer the iPhone 5c or the iPhone 5s for another year, so it may need a new 4-inch handset to cater to those who find the 4.7- and 5.5-inch iPhone 6s lineup too big.
And if it gives the iPhone 6c almost the same internals, buyers won’t feel like they’re getting old specifications when they buy the smaller model — like potential iPhone 5c shoppers did last year when it launched without Touch ID and Apple’s older processor and camera.
Having said that, it’s still probably best to take this with a pinch of salt for now.

Periscope for Windows Phone works thanks to Telescope

Periscope may be the hot new app/network this week, but if you don’t own an iPhone it won’t do you much good. The Twitter-owned company is already hard at work on a version for Android, but Windows Phone fans will likely have to rely on third-party apps to get the Periscope experience.

Thankfully, one developer has already created a pretty decent Periscope clone for Windows Phone called Telescope. You can download it for free today, though for now the app only lets you sign up, follow other people and watch their live streams. It’s missing a ton of features including search, settings controls, profiles, messages and hearts, and the ability to create your own broadcasts, though Telescope’s creator says that’s all coming soon.

Visually it looks like a pretty perfect Periscope clone, but we doubt it’s quite as polished and slick as the real thing. Hopefully Telescope will rollout more features soon, though it’s also possible Twitter could find a way to cut off the app’s access. The social network isn’t exactly a friend to third-party developers who don’t play by its rules, putting Telescope in a pretty precarious position.

For now you can hit the source link below to try Telescope for yourself on any device running Windows Phone 8.1.

Alleged HTC One M9+ press images appear on Twitter

Alleged press renders of the upcoming HTC One M9+ made the rounds on Twitter, courtesy of@upleaks. The high-end smartphone is going to make its official debut next month, on April 8 in Beijing.
In line with past leaks, the press images showcase the upcoming handset is a rather eye-catching black/gold color scheme. The latter is not available on the HTC One.
Shortly thereafter, @upleaks posted a closeup shot of the area below the display of the smartphone. A homescreen button which is likely a home to a fingerprint sensor splits the BoomSound speaker of the device.
The circular camera of the handset should hardly catch anyone by surprise. It has already appeared in live photos.
HTC One M9 Plus might debut with two different chipsets - a MediaTek MT6795 model could cater to the Chinese market, while a Snapdragon 810 version will be sold elsewhere. The rest of the device’s rumored specs include 5.2” QHD display, fingerprint scanner, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of expandable memory.

Xiaomi Mi 4 64GB goes on open sale at Flipkart in India

The rapidly growing Chinese electronics startup, Xiaomi, is going places with the series of announcements to boost the smartphone sales. Xiaomi has announced it will sell the Mi 4 64 GB model without registration on Flipkart in India starting March 28.

The company has announced it wants to sell 100 million smartphones this year and for that we can expect more open as well as flash sales being hosted. One thing to be noted is that the stocks will be limited in the case of both type of sales.
For today from 2 PM IST, no registrations are required to purchase the Mi 4 64GB version costing INR 23,999 ($384). The Mi 4 64GB is identical to the 16 GB version albeit with more storage space. Do read our Xiaomi Mi 4 review if you are considering to buy one.

Xiaomi starts selling smartphones at physical stores in India

Since July 2014, Xiaomi has introduced five smartphones and one tablet based on the Android-inspired MIUI user interface in India. So far, the Chinese electronics startup has been selling those devices in partnership with Indian e-commerce company - Flipkart.
Xiaomi sells its smartphones in China through carrier stores and its own website for China. Similarly for India, the company partnered with Airtel, an Indian telecom operator, to sell the Redmi note 4G in its official stores.

But now, Xiaomi has entered into an exclusive partnership with The Mobile Stores to sell the Redmi Note 4G and Mi 4 smartphones in the physical stores starting with the capital city.
Earlier this week, the company announced its plans to sell 100 million smartphones this year and expansion of its offline reach is part of the strategy.
Manu Kumar Jain, Head for India region, Xiaomi shared a Twitter update confirming that the Mi devices indeed will be sold offline at The Mobile Stores in New Delhi, India. The Mobile Stores has over 800 stores across the country and plans to make the Mi phones available in its top 300 stores.

Upcoming Windows 10 for phones build will work on more devices

Microsoft has announced that the next build of the Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones will support a lot more devices.
"I get a ton of questions every day on Twitter about when your favorite phones will be usable, and I’m happy to report that the vast majority will be supported with the next flight," said Windows Insider manager Gabriel Aul in a blog post.
Aul explained that the reason the first build, which was released last month, supported a limited number of devices was that the company had to select from the set of phones that had sufficient system partition sizes configured by the manufacturer.
He, however, added that the problem has been resolved by implementing a feature called “partition stitching”, using which they can now re-size the system partition dynamically and hence support a larger set of phones.
Hit the Source link below to see the list of phones that the software giant expects to support in the next build. "If, during our testing, we find a device specific bug it MAY be pulled from the list," Aul said.
Source | Via

BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 Graphite now available in Canada

BlackBerry announced the third generation Porsche Design P’9983 handset last year. The luxury smartphone is now available in Canada for $1,950 CAD ($1,545).
BlackBerry has once again teamed up with the Porsche Design team to build the successor of theP’9982 and the P’9981. Bearing a Porsche Design logo on its back in forged stainless steel, the P'9983 has a leather cover at the rear.
The physical QWERTY keyboard sports glossy finish and stainless steel frame. BlackBerry P’9983 features a 3.1" display with a resolution of 720x720 pixels, Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus chipset, 2GB RAM, 8MP rear camera with 1080p video capture, 2MP front camera, and 2,100 mAh battery.
This Porsche Design P’9983 smartphone also comes with limited edition PIN for the BlackBerry Messenger.

Official hands-on video gives a peek of BlackBerry Leap

Hot on the heels of its latest quarterly earnings report, BlackBerry published an official hands-on video of the budget friendlyLeap smartphone. Earlier this month, BlackBerry announced the Leap at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The short video shows the BlackBerry Leap in action. It showcases essential BlackBerry features such as Blend, Hub among others in less than a minute. The Leap boots BlackBerry 10.3.1 OS.
BlackBerry Leap packs a rather outdated Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chipset, coupled with two gigs of RAM, and 16GB of expandable storage. A 5" 720p display, 8MP main camera, and rich connectivity suite complete the highlights in the device's spec sheet.

LG G4 to arrive at the end of April, rumor says

The LG G4 has been in the news for quite a while now, the most recent purported leak about it being from mere hours ago - and surfacing the image you can see to the left, which might show it.
All this said, you may be wondering when to expect it to actually launch. It turns out that you may not have a lot of waiting to do from this point on. That is, if the latest rumor on the matter is in fact true.
According to "industry sources" in LG's native South Korea, the G4 is set to become available at the end of April. This means its official unveiling will take place in the next few weeks.

Last year, the G3 was announced in May and released in June, so this means the G4 will be up for grabs around ten months after LG's previous top of the line offering. The company is clearly feeling the pressure from Samsung, which is rolling out its Galaxy S6 and S6 edge in mid-April, and probably wants to respond as soon as it can.
As for specs, we're apparently going to see a screen size "in the 5-inch range like its predecessor, the G3". This will have QHD (2,560x1,440) resolution, and will sport a "curved touch". This may have been revealed by the aforementioned leaked images, and has been rumored before.
Analysts expect LG to sell 15 million G4s in one year, with 9.2 million of those sales happening in 2015. It should do better than the G3 in this regard.
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Huawei's next Honor smartphone seemingly leaks in pictures

Huawei's Honor line of affordable yet not underpowered smartphones is enjoying more and more success. With this lineup, the Chinese company has emulated Xiaomi's sales model somewhat, opting to mostly get rid of intermediaries and sell directly to consumers.
Soon, Huawei is apparently due to launch the Honor brand in Russia. And on that occasion, it's also going to unveil a new handset. Pictures showing it from a lot of angles have made it to Russian media today.
Leaked upcoming Huawei Honor smartphone
Along with the images come a few specs. The new Honor device should reportedly sport a 5-inch touchscreen, a 13 MP rear camera, a 5 MP selfie snapper, 4G LTE, dual-SIM support, and long battery life (though the exact capacity is unknown for now).
The chipset employed will be 64-bit and come with an octa-core CPU, but no other details have surfaced yet. Given past events though we assume this to be made by HiSilicon, Huawei's mobile chipset developing arm.
More images showing leaked upcoming Honor device
Judging by the shapes of the three Android navigation buttons, this Honor phone should run the fifth iteration of Google's mobile OS, also known as Lollipop. Obviously though, Huawei is expected to plaster its own Emotion UI on top of that, as always.
In Russia, the yet-unnamed smartphone will apparently retail for RUB 13,000 to RUB 15,000, which means $226 to $261 at the current exchange rates.

Friday, March 27, 2015

BlackBerry ends Q4 on a $28 million profit

BlackBerry's financial results for Q4 are out showing the company managed to end it on a profit. For the three-month period ending on February 28, BlackBerry reports a net profit of $28 million, while a year earlier the company's situation wasn't rosy with a $148 million loss.
While many analysts predicted a revenue of around $790 million, BlackBerry reported it to be slightly lower at $660 million. The company's software division plays a major role in the revenue bump, as it generated $67 million compared to Q4 2013.
This is good indication that BlackBerry's efforts to shift its revenue model from hardware-driven to software-driven could end positively for the company. Finally, BlackBerry is finally boasting a positive cash flow of $76 million, as the days of its financial turmoils hopefully far behind.

Huawei details Kirin 930 chipset, says it uses enahnced A53E cores

Huawei made significant progress with its in-house chipsets and after the flop that the Kirin 910 turned out to be in the Ascend P7, the following iterations were markedly better. Both the Kirin 920 inside theHonor 6 and the Kirin 925 that powered the Ascend Mate7 proved to be strong performers.
Now with the Huawei P8 just around the corner, the Chinese company disclosed more detailed info on the Kirin 930 that is set to be the brains of the flagship smartphone, as well as the already announcedMediaPad X2 7-inch tablet.

Contrary to previous reports, the processor inside the SoC apparently features a reworked version of the Cortex-A53 cores, dubbed Cortex-A53E, which is clocked all the way up to 2.0GHz. Four of these are used as performance cores in the big.LITTLE setup, while four of the vanilla 1.2GHz A53's take on more casual tasks.
Huawei refrained from using the more powerful Cortex-A57 cores, because they provide a modest 56% performance increase versus a massive 256% increase in power consumption over the Cortex-A53, the company claims. Knowing how Huawei CEO feels on battery life, there's no surprise in the reasoning behind the choices made.
We're yet to get our hands on a working device utilizing the new SoC at the office, so we'll reserve judgement until that changes.

HTC T1H tablet leaked specs point to an AllWinner SoC

According to rumors, HTC is preparing to hit hard on the Chinese market. We have already heard news of the One M9, M9 Plus, as well as the E9 and perhaps even an E9 Plus, which should be hitting store is the growing Asia market pretty soon.
But HTC might have yet another device up its sleeve - an 8.9-inch tabled, dubbed the T1H. It will probably be joining the ranks of the aforementioned phones in an official unveiling in Beijing this April, but the date and venue are still unconfirmed.

A pretty detailed specs sheet for the T1H has slipped through the cracks, as well as an alleged live photo of the unit which looks strikingly similar to the One M9, only a lot bigger. According to the rumor, the upcoming tablet will measure 228.35mm x 153.67mm x 7.88 mm with a 8.9-inch QXGA 2048 × 1530 pixel display.
Interestingly enough, HTC have opted for an Allwinner SoC, instead of a more traditional Qualcomm or Mediatek solution. The chip in question is the octa-core Allwinner H8, which is built using a new 28mm production process and features the PowerVR SGX544 as its GPU. Other specs include 2GB of RAM and a choice between either 16GB or 32GB of onboard storage.

Camera setup, consist of 8MP shooter on the back and a 1.6MP front-facing one. The device is going to be powered by a spacious 6,700 mAh battery and should run Android 5.0 Lollipop out-of-the-box with the HTC Sense UI on top.

New flagship of HTC Desire line gets its specs leaked

It seems HTC has been hard at work on new devices lately. Just a few hours ago, word came out, that the Taiwanese manufacturer is planning to hit the Chinese market with an array of new devices and now another leak has surfaced, providing information about a new budget device in the works.
The information is courtesy of Upleaks, but like always, should be taken with a grain of salt. The new smartphone, dubbed HTC A50AML, although this is sure to be replaced by a catchier moniker at some point, will be a budget offer.
Yet, the leaked specs show that it will boast a 4MP UltraPixel front camera, just like the One M9. If HTC has opted to include their UltraPixel sensors in budget devices, they could really give competitors a run for their money.

The HTC A50AML, codenamed project CM650 will be courtesy of Longcheer Technology, and OEM for HTC and will actually come in two versions - a basic and a premium one. As far as we can currently tell, the main difference between the two will be the front camera, namely that the basic model will come with a 13MP sensor, without UltraPIxel technology.
The leaked specs also reveal that the alleged handset will be powered by an MediaTek MT6752 chipset with octa-core CPU clocked at 1.6 GHz, so there is definitely some movement in chipset selection within HTC. Similarly, the HTC T1H tablet we mentioned earlier will pack an Allwinner chip, so perhaps HTC is moving away from Qualcomm Snaprdagon chips and shifting to other solutions in its low and mid-range devices. We wouldn’t be surprised if this tendency extends to flagship models in the future, as well, especially, after the most recent round of overheating allegations around the HTC One M9.

Other specs on the A50AML include a 13MP rear camera, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage. Naturally, the handset would come with Android 5.0 Lollipop out-of-the-box, with HTC's own Sense UI on top. There is no information about pricing or availability at this point.
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