Earlier this month we came across reports saying the Korean tech giant was planning to lift the lid on the 5.9-inch Samsung Galaxy Mega 2, follow-up to the Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Galaxy Mega 6.3. Now a device that is believed to be the Mega 2 has been approved by the US FCC (Federal Communications Commission).
The listing was spotted by PhoneArena. According to the site, “Now, we have reasons to believe that the Mega 2 was just approved by the FCC as the SM-G750A (this model number is obviously a variation of SM-G7508).
“Details about the SM-G750A first showed up in March, though back then it was believed that this would be a Galaxy S5 mini variant. Well, this is definitely not a mini phone: thanks to the FCC, we know that the SM-G750A measures 164.4 x 85 mm – thus being a bit larger than the Galaxy Mega 5.8, but smaller than the Galaxy Mega 6.3. A handset this size can perfectly host the rumored 5.9-inch display of the Mega 2.”
It adds, “The existence of the SM-G750A is confirmed by Samsung via a UA Profile that’s available on its website. This shows that that the device features a 720p display and Android 4.4 KitKat. All in all, in looks like the Galaxy Mega 2 will be a huge mid-end handset.”
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Currently, you can get your hands on the Android Wear-powered LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live from the Google Play Store. One of the most annoying things about the two smartwatches is that you have to manually adjust the brightness since the two do not come with ambient light sensors. This will not be the case with the Motorola Moto 360, with Motorola’s Cathay Bi confirming this with TechCrunch.
Watch the video below.
The Motorola Moto 360 will be available this summer.
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We’ve come across a number of reports saying Samsung will launch the metal-clad 4.7-inch QHD (1440×2560 pixels)-sporting Samsung Galaxy Alpha (also known as the Samsung Galaxy F and known in the past as Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime) to go up against the Apple iPhone 6. However, a report is saying that the Korean tech giant may not be able to cope with the demand, as suppliers are struggling with the metal chassis.
The news comes to us courtesy of Chinese-speaking UDN. According to the report, Samsung’s Chinese suppliers can only deliver 1 million units of the Galaxy Alpha per month. This may seem a lot, but considering the amount of S5′s Samsung sells a month, it may not be able to cope with demand.
If true, we’re guessing Samsung is looking for more suppliers so it can meet consumer demand.
Of course, since Samsung is yet to officially announce the Galaxy Alpha, take this with a pinch of salt.
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New photos showing what is claimed to be the rumoured metal-clad Samsung Galaxy Alpha (also known as the Samsung Galaxy F), courtesy of Samsung insider SamMobile. It also confirms the smartphone’s 4.7-inch screen, saying, “The images confirm earlier reports that the Galaxy Alpha will sport a 4.7-inch screen and a metallic construction.”
Here are the photos:
Samsung is rumoured to be planning to lift the lid and launch the Galaxy Alpha at around the same time as the iPhone 6.
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Just the other day, master leaker @evleaks leaked an image (photo below), showing us what HTC’s first Android Wear-powered smartwatch may look like. Now, HTC has released a video that revolves around design. The video may have just teased its rumoured smartwatch.
Here are screenshots of the smartwatch in the video.
Here’s the video. Hit pause at the 35 second mark.
Unfortunately, other than running Android Wear, there’s not we can tell you about HTC’s rumoured smartwatch.
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