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Android News 26 December 2013 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:
1. LG G3 Specifications Leaked: A Super Phone Is On the Way
LG G2 was one of the most successful LG’s product ever, specs wise, but for so many reasons, from the absolute dominant of Galaxy devices to over pricing, it couldn’t be as successful in the market. Based on so many rumors LG is working on the next version of G2, called G3 maybe, with the following specs: A QHD LCD Screen with 1440 x 2560 pixels of resolutions with unknown screen size (we are guessing 5.25 or 5.5 inches), LG’s own developed Octa-core processor, 16MP rear camera, and 3rd quarter of 2014 as the launch time.
2. HTC One 2 Mock-up Spotted, Thanks to the 3D Printers
3D printers are not just for making guns; they can also print the HTC One 2 Mock-up based on the given specifications. There hasn’t been much news about next version of HTC One, but if we trust this new spotted mock-up and the leaked specs, we can say the HTC One 2 (Also known as HTC M8) will feature a 5” screen with 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution, Snapdragon 800 (or Snapdragon 805), 4K video quality, 2 speakers on the front panel, Android 4.4, no microSD card slot, and no finger touch sensor.
The source believes the new HTC’s device might be announced officially during the MWC 2014.
3. Grippity’s New Device Is A 2-Sided Touch Android Tablet
Grippity is mostly known for their innovative keyboard, and the company has recently introduced another concept product, which actually is a 2-sided transparent Android tablet.
The Grippity's Kickstarter campaign is now raising money to get enough fund to produce their yet another innovative device, and holding on the schedule you’ll receive your transparent Android tablet sometime by October.
Here are the specs the Grippity’s new device: Semi-Transparent 7" LCD display 800X480, Front and back sided capacitive multi-touch, Android 4.2 (Upgradable to Android 4.4), Wi-fi, Bluetooth, IR transmitter and ARM processor - Cortex A8 512K RAM.