There’s a lot of images and specs of various upcoming gadgets getting leaked – a great event for tech enthusiasts like us. If it was the latest rumors about the HTC M7 and the Samsung Galaxy S4 last week, this week it’s LG’s turn with leaked images and specs of the upcoming Optimus G Pro surfacing on the internet. Although Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo had announced the Optimus G Pro’s availability on its network shortly, the smartphone was said to have a 5-inch display and a 3000 mAh battery. But the latest we’ve heard is that there’s something larger in the works too – this one with a 5.5-inch display. In all likelihood, LG will announce this larger device during the upcoming Mobile World Congress. This new Optimus G Pro is said to have a 5.5-inch full HD screen with a resolution of 1080X1920 pixels. But it’s not just the [+more]
The rumor bells have been ringing loud now and the Samsung Galaxy S IV looks like a soon-to-be reality. In fact, insiders have been saying how excited the Korean smartphone maker is at the prospect of seeing sky-high sales per month, post-launch of the Galaxy IV. A month alone could see atleast 10 million pieces being sold worldwide– as a latest snippet from a reliable portal reveals. If you are keen on knowing how the company could gain such confidence in selling something that has not had a real-time outing, look at the past records for Samsung Galaxy III and II. Figures, they say, speak it loud. As consumers, we are bothered about how good the gadget could be to go. For now, we have been calmed with promises of 4.99-inch screen coupled with resolution that is Full HD 440PPI resolution. A power packed Exynos Octa 5 eight-core 1.8GHz chip [+more]
It seems Samsung is going to up the ante with Samsung Galaxy S4. The industry pundits are saying that the Korean giant aims to achieve 440 ppi+ pixel densities for its new flagship offering. Samsung has been working with Laser-Induced Thermal Imaging (LITI) production process to achieve high resolution for its upcoming Galaxy models Research and development cell of Samsung have used hexagonal and diamond-shaped pixel matrices which have led to much higher pixel densities than the conventional side-by-side layout. So these cool diamond shaped pixels first time will be worn by none other than Samsung Galaxy S IV 5″ Super AMOLED Full HD panel. We can’t wait for this dazzling offering from Samsung, can we?