New devices are inbound, all coming from big players. Samsung and Motorola may bring new smartphones while Acer is ready to launch its new Chromebook.
This morning we are taking a peek at what could be the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4. This would be the first time we take a look at leaked images of Samsung’s new phablet. There is not much to say about it, other than what we can see in its exterior, but that is exciting enough to get us going.
The device follows a very similar design language compared to the previous Note, but it does seem to have a major improvement. The device’s edge seems to be made out of metal. In addition, we can see what seems to be a heart rate monitor right next to the back camera.
Opinion: Samsung needs to stay on top of its game, especially when most manufacturers are adopting much better materials. I am glad to see some metal in this device. Stay tuned for more coming September 3rd.
The Moto G2 continues visiting the rumor mill, this time with a possible release date! The guys at GSM Arena have gotten word from a retailer, who in turn, says he got his informations straight from Motorola. It’s claimed the device will hit the market come September 10th.
We have previously seen some rumored specs, which include a 1.2 GHz Cortex A7 CPU, a 5-inch 720p display, 1 GB of RAM and 8MP/2MP cameras.
Opinion: While the device is no secret, we have to take it all with a grain of salt. After all, both rumors are a bit vague.
Acer’s newly-announced Chromebooks is nothing to scoff at, but it also has options for the affordable market. All devices do come with a powerful NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor, though. Battery life should extend up to 13 hours, which is definitely something Acer is touting.
Other specs vary depending on the model. You can chosoe between 1080p or 720p displays, for example. Or 2 and 4 GB of RAM and 16-32 GB of internal storage. Prices do range from $279.99 to $379.99, so check out Acer’s website to find out which is the right one for you.
Opinion: Acer has left its mark in the Chromebook market, and we are sure these new affordable tablets won’t disappoint either.