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Android News 03 January 2014 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:
1. Samsung to Unveil Galaxy S5 in February at MWC 2014
One of the Samsung’s executives, Dong-hoon Chang, said that Samsung will announce its flagship at MWC 2014 in February. No more details are unveiled and we are not even sure about this allegedly saying by this Samsung’s Head of Design Strategy Team, since we believe Samsung would preferably hold a separate event rather than rather than introducing its most advanced device at MWC along with other devices and tools.
Make sure to bookmark, “Everything about Galaxy S5” article, to be the first to know about the Galaxy S5’s official release date.
2. F ull Specs of HTC M8 (HTC One 2) Leaked
HTC One was one of the most appreciated Android phones ever, and both critics and users really loved it, especially its beautiful aluminum body. The next version of HTC One is seemingly on the production, and according to so many rumors here are the full specs of HTC M8 (or HTC One 2 or whatever the name will be): 5 inches Full HD Super LCD3, Snapdragon 800 (where the CPU is clocked at 2.3GHz), 2GB of RAM, UltraPixel camera technology, Android 4.4 with Sense 6.0, and with the same beautiful Aluminum body.
If we trust the leaked specs, we should say it’s a minor update rather than a major change, and we are kind of certain that HTC M8 won’t be a strong competitor with such specs, unless HTC has some surprises up its sleeves.
3. AT&T and T-Mobile joins Sprint to Offer the LG G Flex in the U.S.
Although there are no confirmed date, but we know that 3 out of 4 U.S major GSM carriers are going to offer the first LG’s flexible device, LG G Flex, to their customers. We had already seen the Sprint variants (thanks to the @evleaks), and the well-known leaker tweets new photos of G Flex under the name of AT&T and T-Mobile carriers.