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LG claims they will not make the next Nexus phone

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LG has been the manufacturers behind the last two Nexus phones, but that trend could soon be coming to a close. Company spokesperson Ken Hong answered whether or not LG has been tapped to create the next Nexus phone. The short answer: no. Well, not to his knowledge, anyway.

“I know at least not yet. Normally, we were informed. This can mean two things. Either I was ignored, or we will not make it (the Nexus)”.

LG is known to bend the truth a bit when it comes to these things. They originally denied being the manufacturer behind the Nexus 5 until, well, they were revealed to be the manufacturer behind the Nexus 5.

But if we’re going based on trends, here’s one thing to remember in all of this: no manufacturer has ever made more than two Nexus phones or tablets, which in turn means there has never been a manufacturer to make more than two consecutive Nexus devices.

We’re not sure if that’s just due to the youth of the line, but it’s something to think about as we try and pinpoint who, exactly, will be responsible for the next device. Of course, it’s also entirely possible that we won’t be seeing another Nexus phone at all — Google is said to be retiring the line in 2015 in favor of Android Silver.

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Focus shifts back to LG as possible Nexus 5 manufacturer

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A few days ago we reported on rumors that Motorola may be the next manufacturer of a Nexus smartphone. Chinese site MyDrivers.com has shifted the focus back to LG as the company tagged to produce the Nexus 5 with a report today indicating the device may be based on the LG G2. There are expected to be some differences though as word is Google will want to keep the price point close to, if not the same as, the Nexus 4, selling for $299 off contract. This rumor has surfaced despite LG’s previous denials that it is working on a new Nexus smartphone.

To keep the price from getting out of hand, sources think LG would swap out the Snapdragon 800 processor in favor of a Snapdragon 600 quad-core cpu. That move should be enough meet Google’s pricing requirements while keeping a full 1080p HD screen of at least 5 inches.

Another issue with a device based on the LG G2 might be the buttons on the back of the device. Google seems to have a bias to devices that draw their beauty from their simplicity of design. The buttons do not seem to fit in with that “clean” mentality, so it remains to be seen how LG might address that if they are in fact the manufacturer of the Nexus 5.

MyDrivers.com pegs the release date for the Nexus 5 as some time in October. Given the rumored release of Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie as some time before the end of the year, it seems industry watchers need to be prepared to see the number “5″ getting used heavily in the coming months.

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Focus shifts back to LG as possible Nexus 5 manufacturer

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A few days ago we reported on rumors that Motorola may be the next manufacturer of a Nexus smartphone. Chinese site MyDrivers.com has shifted the focus back to LG as the company tagged to produce the Nexus 5 with a report today indicating the device may be based on the LG G2. There are expected to be some differences though as word is Google will want to keep the price point close to, if not the same as, the Nexus 4, selling for $299 off contract. This rumor has surfaced despite LG’s previous denials that it is working on a new Nexus smartphone.

To keep the price from getting out of hand, sources think LG would swap out the Snapdragon 800 processor in favor of a Snapdragon 600 quad-core cpu. That move should be enough meet Google’s pricing requirements while keeping a full 1080p HD screen of at least 5 inches.

Another issue with a device based on the LG G2 might be the buttons on the back of the device. Google seems to have a bias to devices that draw their beauty from their simplicity of design. The buttons do not seem to fit in with that “clean” mentality, so it remains to be seen how LG might address that if they are in fact the manufacturer of the Nexus 5.

MyDrivers.com pegs the release date for the Nexus 5 as some time in October. Given the rumored release of Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie as some time before the end of the year, it seems industry watchers need to be prepared to see the number “5″ getting used heavily in the coming months.

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Rumor pins Motorola as next Nexus manufacturer

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Looks like previous rumors of LG being the next Nexus manufacturer now has some competition with the latest rumors of Motorola actually being given the helm of manufacturing the next Nexus. Now while this is just a rumor, and one should always take this with a grain of salt, this does come from quite a credible source in Taylor Wimberly. If you’re not familiar with Taylor, he has a fairly good track record when it comes to rumors on previous Nexus news that he has gotten correct. According to his post on his personal Google+ page “Motorola will release a Nexus smartphone in Q4 (that is not the Moto X).”

With the specs of the LG G2 looking really good, I was actually fairly excited of LG again being the manufacturer of Google’s next Nexus. Although I would be lying to say I wasn’t at the least bit intrigued with Motorola finally being given the chance of making a Nexus device, especially since Google owns the company. What do you guys think, would you rather have Motorola or LG make the next Nexus? Or do you still have HTC, Samsung, or even Sony at the top of your wishlist? Let me know in the comment section!

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Rumor pins Motorola as next Nexus manufacturer

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Looks like previous rumors of LG being the next Nexus manufacturer now has some competition with the latest rumors of Motorola actually being given the helm of manufacturing the next Nexus. Now while this is just a rumor, and one should always take this with a grain of salt, this does come from quite a credible source in Taylor Wimberly. If you’re not familiar with Taylor, he has a fairly good track record when it comes to rumors on previous Nexus news that he has gotten correct. According to his post on his personal Google+ page “Motorola will release a Nexus smartphone in Q4 (that is not the Moto X).”

With the specs of the LG G2 looking really good, I was actually fairly excited of LG again being the manufacturer of Google’s next Nexus. Although I would be lying to say I wasn’t at the least bit intrigued with Motorola finally being given the chance of making a Nexus device, especially since Google owns the company. What do you guys think, would you rather have Motorola or LG make the next Nexus? Or do you still have HTC, Samsung, or even Sony at the top of your wishlist? Let me know in the comment section!

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Rumor pins Motorola as next Nexus manufacturer

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Looks like previous rumors of LG being the next Nexus manufacturer now has some competition with the latest rumors of Motorola actually being given the helm of manufacturing the next Nexus. Now while this is just a rumor, and one should always take this with a grain of salt, this does come from quite a credible source in Taylor Wimberly. If you’re not familiar with Taylor, he has a fairly good track record when it comes to rumors on previous Nexus news that he has gotten correct. According to his post on his personal Google+ page “Motorola will release a Nexus smartphone in Q4 (that is not the Moto X).”

With the specs of the LG G2 looking really good, I was actually fairly excited of LG again being the manufacturer of Google’s next Nexus. Although I would be lying to say I wasn’t at the least bit intrigued with Motorola finally being given the chance of making a Nexus device, especially since Google owns the company. What do you guys think, would you rather have Motorola or LG make the next Nexus? Or do you still have HTC, Samsung, or even Sony at the top of your wishlist? Let me know in the comment section!

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Android US market share dips slightly, remains on top as of April 2013

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Samsung holds a strong first place in the Android manufacturer numbers with 22-percent of all mobile devices sold

Industry analyst comScore has just released its market share numbers for the U.S. mobile industry, reminding us that Android is still dominant in the states, as is Samsung when it comes to the sale of Android handsets. For the three month period spanning from the end of January to the end of April, Android's market share dipped slightly by 0.3-percentage points to 52-percent of the mobile market — trailed by Apple at 39.2-percent, up 1.4-percentage points. Adding up to less than 10-percent together are BlackBerry, Microsoft and Symbian, naturally.

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On the manufacturer side, Apple is still king in terms of individual manufacturer market share, naturally with 39.2-percent of the market (as it is the only manufacturer of iOS devices). Trailing notably is Samsung, with a solid 22-percent share, up 0.6-percentage points. Rounding out the top five are HTC (8.9-percent), Motorola (8.3-percent) and LG (6.7-percent), as you would expect. There should be no surprises here, as Samsung continues to take off as the leading manufacturer of Android devices in every shape, size, name and variation.

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HTC Could Bring Their UltraPixel Sensor to Low and Mid-Range Devices This Year

In a recent discussion with the head of HTC U.K., it was discovered that the manufacturer does indeed have plans or at least wants to try to bring their UltraPixel camera sensors to other devices, other than the HTC One. The UltraPixel camera is one of the more hyped aspects of their new flagship device, [...]

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HTC One to be the Only “One” We See From Them This Year

In a recent discussion at MWC, the head of HTC UK disclosed to the press that the manufacturer’s One device, will be their only flagship device this year. To help with marketing strategies that are now in place and with efforts focused on bringing the same unit to as many carriers throughout the world as [...]

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YotaPhone manufacturer picked with an expectation of release later in 2013

We first got word of the YotaPhone back in mid-December and then spent a bit of hands-on time with this unique handset during CES. You can check out that hands-on video below, however perhaps a bit more pressing for today — we have some information regarding the manufacturing and release of the YotaPhone.

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Keep in mind, these details are what we would consider early. Basically, the folks behind the YotaPhone have announced the manufacturer as being Hi-P. The official details about Hi-P have them described as being “one of the fastest growing Tier 1 contract manufacturers in Asia, specializing in wireless telecommunications and consumer electronics.” Regardless, Hi-P are located in Singapore and have been the manufacturer behind products from other companies to include Amazon and Apple as well as BlackBerry.

In terms of a release, the YotaPhone is “expected to be ready” for sale first in Russia and followed with a global release during the second half of 2013. As far as what that global release will include, nothing specific has been given at this time. And while we are still some time away from the initial release of the YotaPhone, the company appears to already be looking forward and have noted that they have established an R&D and Asian sales office in Singapore.

Otherwise, for those who may have forgotten, or simply skipped the initial YotaPhone news, this is a unique smartphone in that it will launch with two-displays. The handset will have a 4.3-inch LCD display with a 1280 x 720 resolution on the front and a 4.3-inch e-ink display on the backside. Finally, aside from the dual-display setup being interesting, the YotaPhone will be running Android.

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Nokia’s Former Luxury Division Switches to Android, Releases $10,000 Phone With Mediocre Specs

A couple of times every year, we get a manufacturer that takes an old version of Android and shoehorns it into a device compiled of the fanciest materials, made for people with the highest of tastes and the deepest of pockets. Continuing on the tradition is Vertu, who has released the new $10,000 Ti line of [...]

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What’s new in Android 4.2.2

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Android 4.2.2 isn't quite official yet, but it's slow roll out has been bolstered by manual download links and folks are finding a few new things in the latest firmware. Most of it is behind the scenes and will be covered by words like "stability enhancements" and bug fixes, and those are what's really important. A specific that folks are reporting is a fix to the Bluetooth stack to fix audio stuttering, and that's something folks have been waiting for. Equally important is that plenty of people are saying their Nexus devices are no longer randomly rebooting, so if you have an issue there hopefully Android 4.2.2 fixes it. 

There are some other user-facing changes that probably won't apply to anyone without a Nexus device. Once a manufacturer gets their hands into the code, they tend to change these types of "features" to something that fits in with their version of Android a it better. Often times their version works better than stock Android, so we're not going to complain that they get changed. Here's what folks using stock are seeing:

  • When connecting via adb to a computer for the first time, you're prompted to allow the connection. This small security enhancement will help keep your bootloader locked device safe if you lose it. [Android Police]
  • App download notification have been changed. Now you'll see a progress bar that tells you the time remaining in addition to a percentage downloaded. [@ssaig]
  • Quick settings have been enhanced. Users can now long press on the Wifi and Bluetooth icons to toggle the setting. [@NittyMDev]
  • New sounds for wireless charging initiation and low battery alert. Users will now hear a notification sound when the device is placed on a wireless charger. In addition the low battery sound has been changed. [Android Police]
  • Removed option to show all calls in the phone app's call list. 
  • New Gallery app animation allows faster loading. [@ssaig]

Really, nothing there anyone would miss if Samsung, HTC or any other manufacturer decided not to implement it. In short, 4.2.2 sounds like the bug fix update everyone has been waiting for. These kinds of updates are the ones we like seeing!

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LG set to unveil new phones on Feb. 25 at Mobile World Congress

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Monday, Feb. 25 is the first official day of Mobile World Congress, and things look set to start bright and early in Barcelona with the unveiling of new smartphones by LG. The manufacturer's done its best to drum up publicity for its MWC line-up in recent days, though there's been little in the way of firm info about the devices themselves.

If we had to guess, we'd say the Optimus G Pro and new L-style phones are likely candidates for the morning event, but we'll just have to wait and see. We'll be live from Barcelona on the day, so stick with Android Central for full coverage of LG's new devices.

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LG teases new phones ahead of MWC

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Mobile World Congress is just a few weeks away, and if recent rumblings are anything to go by, LG looks set to have some new stuff to show us. And there's more evidence of new LG phones on the way today, as the manufacturer has just posted the teaser image above on its Facebook page. "See what surprise LG has in store for you this time, with an unexpected distinction," the caption reads.

Expectedly, it's rather light on hard details, but we couldn't help noticing the L-shape of the bow in the image. We've already heard rumors of new L-style phones on the horizon, so that might be what LG's hinting at here. Last year's MWC saw the launch of multiple LG phones, including the Optimus L3, L5 and L7 as part of the original L-style series. Whatever LG's got up its sleeve this time around, we'll be live in Barcelona to bring you full coverage.

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HTC starts 2013 with a slow January

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HTC has announced its unaudited consolidated revenue for Jan. 2013, starting the year off with a 6.4 percent fall in revenue compared to Jan. 2012. In the first month of 2013, the Taiwanese manufacturer brought in NT$15.54bn ($530m), compared to NT$16.615 ($560m) during the same period a year ago.

The announcement follows the posting of the company's Q4 2012 results, which showed a 41 percent year-on-year fall in sales. HTC is now forecasting a difficult first quarter, with operating margins between 0.5 and 1 percent. The manufacturer will be hoping to reverse its fortunes with the launch of its first major Android phones of the year, expected to be revealed at press conferences in London and New York City on Feb. 19.

More: The downward slid​e at HTC continues

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HTC codename ‘M4,’ ‘G2′ rumored to follow ‘M7′

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When it comes to big international product launches, rarely does HTC ever reveal just one phone. So with the days counting down to the manufacturer's Feb. 19 announcement events in London and New York, we're not too shocked to witness the first rumors of additional 2013 HTC devices.

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LG sets goal to sell 75 million phones in 2013

Looking to expand its presence in the smartphone market, LG has set a modest but realistic sales goal for 2013. According to a report from the Korean Times, the manufacturer of the Optimus line of Android devices aims to move 75 million handsets this year. Of those, 45 million are projected to be smartphones.

The figure seems like a drop in the bucket for competitors like Apple and Samsung. The latter just surpassed sales of 40 million for their Galaxy S3 flagship alone, which has been on the market for less than a year. Samsung has set a much loftier goal of 500 million phones sold.

But for LG, it isn’t a bad idea to keep expectations tempered. The Korean company has yet to make a big splash in the mobile industry after a string of missed opportunities and poor decisions. 2012 was a better year for the company with 55 million handsets sold, but LG will need to capitalize on the success of devices such as the Optimus G and Nexus 4 if they want to become a true force in smartphone manufacturing.

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Nexus 7 docking station seemingly sold out at ASUS UK

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Last night we reported that the official ASUS-made Nexus 7 docking station had started appearing at the manufacturer's own UK-based online store — well, for some users, at least. This morning there's good news and bad news.

Firstly, it seems the product page is now working for more people — we're having no problem accessing it here in the UK. However, the accessory now shows as "sold out," as opposed to shipping with a two-week lead time, as was the case yesterday evening. It appears a few eager Nexus 7 owners may have snapped up ASUS' initial batch of tablet docks in just a few short hours.

So, sad pandas for anyone in the UK hoping to pick up this coveted accessory direct from the manufacturer. However at least there's hope that other retailers may step in with their own supplies in the days ahead, now that these things are out in the wild. We'll keep you posted.

Source: ASUS UK Store

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ZTE Grand S Will Launch on an American Carrier, But Which One?

According to ZTE’s North American business head, the mobile manufacturer is becoming more friendly with American carriers and we may even see their newest flagship device, the Grand S, come to the U.S. After a few meetings this week at CES with carrier executives, who were reportedly impressed with what they saw, ZTE may have to start working [...]

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Hands on with the Sony TV SideView App [Video]

It’s one thing for a manufacturer to make a flagship phone, but the content is the key. Everyone is fighting to make their own echo system. Sony already has Sony Unlimited and PlayStation Mobile, but they know everyone likes to use their phone or tablet while watching TV. That’s why they created the TV SideView app. It lets you control your TV as well as search for what’s playing. It will even make recommendations. If you want to push content, you can do it with compatible Sony TVs. Check out the hands on video after the break.

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Hands on with the Sony TV SideView App [Video]

It’s one thing for a manufacturer to make a flagship phone, but the content is the key. Everyone is fighting to make their own echo system. Sony already has Sony Unlimited and PlayStation Mobile, but they know everyone likes to use their phone or tablet while watching TV. That’s why they created the TV SideView app. It lets you control your TV as well as search for what’s playing. It will even make recommendations. If you want to push content, you can do it with compatible Sony TVs. Check out the hands on video after the break.

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Samsung Lebanon Says “Galaxy S4 won’t be released before May 2013″

When you want official word from a phone manufacturer on a oft-rumored and not-even-close-to-being-released phone, who do you turn to for insider info? Apparently, the Lebanese Facebook page for the company is a great place to start. According to Samsung Lebanon’s FB page, we shouldn’t expect the “Galaxy SIV” to be released “before May 2013.” And there you have…

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LG Blames “High Demand” For Shortage of Nexus 4, Doesn’t That Justify a “Duh?”

The manufacturer behind Google’s highly sought after Nexus 4, LG, was recently questioned to see if they knew what exactly was to blame for the shortages we have encountered when trying to purchase the device. If you recall, both times the device went up for sale in Google Play, it was sold out in no time [...]

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Oppo Find 5 spec sheet pops up, heading to US for $499 unsubsidized

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Quad-core APQ8064 chip: check. 5-inch 1080p display: check. That’s right, it’s the Oppo Find 5 again, but this time we’re seeing the phone’s full spec sheet courtesy of the manufacturer’s overly simple US website — we’ve already verified this with our contacts. Apart from the fact that Oppo will be selling the much anticipated Find 5 in the US, the product page also lists an unsubsidized price of just $499, which isn’t bad when you look at the $600 HTC Droid DNA off contract. The specs also mention Android 4.1.2, a 2,500mAh battery, NFC, 16GB of built-in storage and 2GB of RAM, as well as compatibility with T-Mobile and AT&T’s 3G networks. Now all we need are some pictures, but we’ll even get to touch it at the Beijing launch event next Wednesday.

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Fuhu’s 5″ nabi Jr. Tegra-Powered Children’s Tablet, Starting at Just $99

Looking to pick your kid up an inexpensive, yet completely power-packed children’s tablet this holiday season? Fuhu, a manufacturer that dedicates their time to creating tech just for kids, has launched the nabi Jr., powered by NVIDIA’s dual-core Tegra processor. The tablet features a 5″ (840 x 400) touchscreen display (quite small), Ice Cream Sandwich, and [...]

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Beaten, twisted, sprayed and sat on: how Samsung stress tests its phones (video)

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Just treated yourself to a new Samsung Galaxy S III or a Note II but wondering how the plastic body will stand up to the rigors of daily life? The manufacturer’s showing off a smorgasbord of tests its smartphones go through in the labs while being prepped for prime time. These experiments are engineered to see how sample and prototype devices fare when subjected to use and abuse — including having their buttons mashed thousands of times, being twisted, splashed with water, and tossed in a churning pot of killer corn to gauge scratch resistance. One test even plonks a fake, denim-clad posterior onto unsuspecting phones, attempting to bend them out of shape. Sammy’s hardly going to smash things in its own marketing, but you may still glean some sadistic pleasure from the video after the break — and understanding Korean is optional.

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OtterBox Acquires Boston-Based Protective Film Manufacturer Wrapsol ‘To Expand World-Class Product Lineup’

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OtterBox, one of the leading names in protective cases and accessories for just about every popular mobile device under the sun, announced today the acquisition of Wrapsol, a Boston, Massachusetts based manufacturer of several lines of protective film wraps for smartphones, tablets, and e-readers, and makers of an interesting “Grip Pad” line introduced at CES 2012 that provides a, well, grippy surface to hold onto so your device can avoid the drops Wrapsol’s films protect it from.

For those unfamiliar with Wrapsol’s work, here’s a quick demo:

Exact details of the acquisition are as yet unknown but Brian Thomas, President and CEO of OtterBox, assures readers the deal is a match made in heaven.

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ZTE Nubia Z5 Photos Leaked, Arriving in December

ZTE, the manufacturer of the $160 quad-core smartphone, will soon launch the Nubia Z5 and pictures of the device have already been leaked. The device suspiciously looks like an HTC One X with its matte white coloring and unibody design. Since we’re merely dealing with a few leaked photos here, it doesn’t reveal anything on the specs front but we do know the device will sport a 5-inch, 1080p display while rocking a 13MP rear camera. We do know, by looking at the photos, that it’ll be even thinner than an iPhone 5,which if you’re familiar with that device, is a massive feat considering this bad-boy is rocking four cores. ZTE’s goal was to compete with the likes of Nokia, HTC and Apple, and I don’t see how they won’t at least make it interesting with this offering. Quality and reliability will most likely be the deciding factors. We’ll find out more when it’s launched in December.

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HTC shows 60% loss in October, ouch!

 

Here at AndroidSPIN, we have reported in the past that HTC has been taking some “pretty hard hits”. Between Apple screwing them over and just average revenue loss, the Taiwanese-based manufacturer is getting beat on.

According to HTCSource, the company has seen a 60% loss in revenue just in October alone! That estimates to around $588 million. Not surprising from the lack of major components in recent devices, alongside the fierce competition from Samsung. Let’s just hope things get better with the upcoming season.

With the partnership with Windows 8 devices, HTC will likely sell more stocking-stuffers than ever. For the sake of all things “jolly”, release an 8-core phone with 4GB of RAM? Sounds like a deal! Stay strong HTC.

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LG Takes Some Time To Tell The Inspiration Behind QSlide Multitasking Feature On Optimus G

 

It’s no secret that the upcoming Optimus G is going to have a cool— and I mean really cool multitasking feature, but most of us want to know how in the world the manufacturer came up with its spin on multitasking. Well LG took some time and had its stud senior research engineer Sebastian Hochan Song explain the idea behind QSlide and how it is tasked with having “multitasking to the extreme”. As already seen before, QSlide allows for two videos to be displayed on one screen simultaneously, but the really cool aspect about the multitasking feature is how it came to be— and let’s just say that kids can truly inspire anything and everything innovative. I won’t give out the exact details of the inspiration behind QSlide’s creation, so you’ll need to check out the video for yourself once you hit past the break.

 

 

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