The U.S. Cellular Nexus 6 32GB is now on sale for $199 on a two-year contract, the 64 GB version goes for $249 with a contract. The Nexus 6 is amazing. Easily one of if not the best device on the market. Fast, smooth, beautiful screen, and an atractive phone over all. It has all of the same hardware as the Galaxy Note 4, such as the Snapdragon 805 processor, 3 GB of RAM, and the Super AMOLED display, but this is not the Note 4.
The Yezz Billy 4.7 thin design is unbelievable and the screen is really crisp. Camera is OK. But I’m delighted with it. The Yezz Billy 4.7 is now on sale for $199.00.
According to Techmaniacs, the Moto E 2015 will have a 5″ display boasting a 960 x 540 resolution, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 SoC, a 5 MP rear camera sans LED flash, and even LTE connectivity. Run Android 5.0 Lollipop. Nevertheless the old Moto E is a very nice device, so any upgrade is totally welcome. Only that 5″ screen may ruin the very good experience.
Source: Techmaniacs Via: GSM Arena
If they actually put out a non-Verizon version, I’ll be all over this. This is interesting. The Snapdragon 810 is need since its ARMv8 (for quick hardware encryption) and 64-bit (more efficient/memory). The 4GB is a good bonus, great for better multitasking, especially for windowed apps or split screen.
The Samsung Galaxy A7 as it appears in official documentation courtesy of TENAA (think China’s version of the FCC). I want a bigger screen phone with ditto Alpha design. It should have a memory card slot, bigger battery and Android L at launch and i will buy it.
What I really want it a 1520 styled phone with the 1020 camera tech updated to one device. I think it’s a genuine prototype device. Sounds like the reference to being able to hover over the screen without touching it means that this was McLaren. I was hoping 3GB of RAM. Hopefully it’s an early prototype because I only see dual LED flash, where’s the xenon flash? Besides they should’ve learnt already and include microSD card support on every device.
You can see it has the camera is on the bottom part, instead upper one.