Samsung Galaxy S4 “LTE-A” Pictured in Red and Blue, Includes Snapdragon 800 Chipset

Galaxy S4 LTE A

Talks of a Galaxy S4 equipped with a Snapdragon 800 processor have circulated around the web for almost a month now, capable of running on an LTE Advanced network that was under construction overseas. Previously rumored to be possibly highlighted at Samsung’s London event last week, nothing was mentioned about the device, so Samsung must not have been looking to globally promote the device quite yet.

Thanks to a Korean mobile blog who somehow got the device, in its retail packaging mind you, we have a full hands-on unboxing gallery of the new, yet-to-be-announced Galaxy S4 LTE-A(more…)

Another Purported Image Surfaces of Upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Galaxy Note 3

Could this be the Galaxy Note 3? According to a Chinese source, it most certainly could be. While the overall design, from what we can see, matches up with the Galaxy S4 and the other Galaxy device we have seen from Samsung this year, we still must remain cautious. It features that same fuax-metal look on the side, a slimmed down Home button and a large size, which should go without saying.  (more…)

LG Sort of Announces New Optimus G Series of Phones, Will Feature Snapdragon 800 Processors

LG Optimus G Sprint

As has become typical of LG over the last year, the electronics company has made a mobile-related announcement on the eve of a major Samsung Galaxy event. LG has in-a-way unveiled their new line of Optimus G products, though no hardware or exact names have been revealed. What they did mention in a press release this evening, was that their new Optimus G series will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processors, that will “redefine the smartphone experience.”  (more…)

Rumor: HTC T6 aka “One Max” to Launch Q3, Boasts 5.9″ 1080p Display and Snapdragon 800 CPU

HTC T6 One Max

If you were hoping to see HTC send out a competitor to Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 3, then you might want to get a load of this. Above is a blueprint made by a non-HTC source, showing off an alleged device supposedly known internally as the T6 and soon to hit the market in Q3 as the One Max. The device will attempt to steal the Note 3’s thunder, bringing with it a massive 5.9″ 1080p display, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3GHz, currently labeled as the “dream CPU” for any mobile device.  (more…)

HTC “T6″ Device Specs Detailed – 5.9″ 1080p Display, Snapdragon 800 and Key Lime Pie

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Details on an upcoming HTC superdevice, codenamed T6, reportedly leaked giving us a glimpse into what the manufacturer has cooking for later this year. I know we don’t like using the word “phablet,” but the device is listed as featuring a massive 5.9″ display, complete with 1080p resolution. If that wasn’t enough to get someone excited, it is reported that HTC looks to power this monster using Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, capable of maintaining a clock speed of up to 2.3GHz.  (more…)

Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Chips to Enter Mass Production This May

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While we have already seen Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600 processor making its way into this year’s top Android devices, we have been awaiting news on when we can start seeing the Snapdragon 800, their crème de la crème. At a media event in Beijing, the company’s senior product manager confirmed that they are to start mass production of the chip this May, but was adamant on not specifying any devices it would be seen in.  (more…)

LG Optimus G2 for T-Mobile Spotted in Benchmarks Running Snapdragon 800

LG Optimus G2

Benchmarks were recently filed through GL Benchmark that point directly towards the upcoming LG Optimus G2 for T-Mobile. Previously, we discussed this device for two main reasons – first that it would be launched possibly running Android 5.0 aka Key Lime Pie, and that it would come powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 processor. Today, we can start the process of confirming at least one part of that, as the device has shown up as the LG D801, sporting the MSM8974 (800).  (more…)