Today is full of awesome leaks and photos! We have a good-quality image of the rumored HTC One M8 Prime. LG and Oppo are not staying behind, though. Their upcoming devices have just passed by the FCC!
The HTC One M8 Prime rumors first emerged yesterday. The first rumors include a 5.5-inch WQHD (2560×1440p), a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor and 3 GB of RAM. Undoubtedly, it will be one powerful smartphone, and today we are getting our first glimpse of it.
The image simply displays the dual back cameras, which proves this phone will have the same camera features as the HTC One M8. There is something a bit different here, though. This One’s camera is raised, which is something rare for recent HTC devices.
Could this camera have a better sensor? Better glass?
Opinion: I find the Ultra Pixel camera good enough for my casual phone shots, but we know many of you require more. Maybe you want those large 13 MP photos the competition offers. The HTC One M8 Prime might finally offer that.
The LG G3 is all the hype right now, with leaks coming out of everywhere. There is usually one sign telling us a device is close to becoming official, and the LG G3 may be reaching its launch. The device has finally passed by the FCC!
We didn’t get many details, but the device is labeled as the LG-D850. It also tells us it will come with WiFi and Bluetooth, but of course, that is obvious.
Opinion: Ok, so this doesn’t tell us all the juicy details. What it does tell us is that LG is almost ready to release this bad boy, though!
While the LG G3 stayed pretty hidden in its FCC filing, Oppo is showing all the goods. Their “Mini” version of the N1 should measure in at 5 inches, and today we are getting a good look at it.
It literally looks just like the Oppo N1, except for it being a bit smaller. We also get a bit of details on the specs. The screen will offer a 720p resolutionas well as a a 2140 mAh battery and the same 13 MP camera.
Opinion: Just like with the LG G3, this could be proof Oppo is almost ready to release the N1 Mini. We can tell the have a device in hand, so it could very well land in your pocket soon.