Xiaomi Mi 4 is a really beautiful phone, but the band around it looks a lot like the iPhone 5/5s, and the back looks like a Galaxy S5. Also the back cover is actually made of plastic and removable so that we can put other covers of wood, bamboo, leather, and fabric just like Motorola.
$320 (1999 yuan) for the 16GB version
$400 (2499 yuan) for the 64GB version
The LG G3 Cat.6 with Snapdragon 805 SoC now on sale in South Korea, Koreans always get these goodies first. Looks amazing and very solid build ,beautiful design. Comparing to older LG G2 this one have great modification like: removable battery 3000 mAh, micro SD card slot up to 128 GB plus internal memory storage of 32 GB, LG put to this new version 3GB of RAM. the screen and small bezels. It feels so strange to pick up a different device now, I have a iPhone 4s for work and it is so tiny.
Let’s see if HTC can make a square smartwatch look sexy to me. HTC desperately needs some wins outside of the smartphone territory, they even kinda slipped away from the tablet market. I’d be okay with a square watch, if they keep bezels to an anorexic level.
The Motorola Droid Maxx is an outstanding device. Definitely one of the most underrated phones of 2013. Camera is what I care about, 1080p screen, microSD card support, and a refined design would hit the spot for me. A removable battery would be amazing too, but I know that’s an insane thing to hope for, especially on a Maxx model.
According to @evleaks: “Upcoming Motorola devices: Abbagoochie and Valocia — both run on Snapdragon 801s (former is allegedly next handset in Droid Maxx line, with latter the next Droid Mini).”
According to Evleaks, the Verizon’s HTC One Remix will be coming on July 24, big Verizon logo, no dual cams on the back. I still prefer the name One M8 Mini 2. If it has the same specs (plus the extra ram) and the same build quality, along with the higher mp camera on the One Mini 2 all within a smaller device, this could be quite delectable.
Source: @evleaks, Via: PocketNow
The Verizon’s LG G3 does have a removable battery like all other carriers. One cool feature is the movable keyboard. When vertical, you can shrink or enlarge the keyboard up, when horizontal, you can choose to separate the sides of the keyboard for dual hand use.