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Android News 05 January 2014 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:
1. Samsung is Expected To Announce Lower Earnings for Q4 2013
Although almost every tech company, except Apple, wishes to be half successful as Samsung when speaking of the earnings and revenues, but analysts (To be specific, Jefferies & Co.’s Hyunwoo Doh) believe the Korean are facing lower earnings for the last quarter of 2013, due to slower growth in high-end smartphone demand, rise of the Korean Won against the US dollar, spending about $380 million dollars as the workers bonus for the company’s 20th anniversary, and the fact that customers are waiting to see Galaxy S5 in the Q1 2014.
2. HTC One+ To Be The Na me of HTC’s 2014 Flagship
First HTC M8, then HTC One 2, and now HTC One+ is the most anticipated name for the Taiwanese 2104 flagship. As reported in other News Digest article, The HTC One’s successor is expected to feature a 5-inch Full HD display along with Snapdragon 800 processor (Snapdragon 805 is not of the table, tough), the famous UltraPixel camera with more mega pixels, and more powerful battery.
While there is no news about finger print sensor on the HTC One+, some rumors indicate the option to expand the memory via mircroSD card.
HTC is reportedly preparing an event at MWC 2014 in February to unveil HTC One+ (Or HTC M8).
3. Will Nexus 10 2014 Be Launched At CES 2014?
CES 2014 is in just a couple of days ahead, and as we get closer to the show, more rumors are spread. Nexus 10 is one of the Google’s products than hasn’t been refreshed since the launch back in November 2013, and many believe that CES is the right time to launch the next version. (Source)
On other side, there is even no confirmed detail about the manufacturer of new Nexus 10, and since Samsung is busy with producing its own new Pro tablets, LG has just announced the LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition, and Asus is reportedly working on announcing new tablets, we don’t think Nexus 10 2014 has any chance to be unveiled in the Las Vegas this week.