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A screenshot from a Chinese website purports to show a 5.5-inch 1,440x2,560 pixel display, a 64-bit octa-core processor and a 20-megapixel rear camera.
Rumored to make its debut in the coming days, leaked images hint that the phone is high-end, though it's linked to specs that are still up in the air.
With the annual Berlin conference fast approaching Huawei may soon announce yet another plus-sized smartphone.
Now that Microsoft owns Nokia's phone division, all eyes are on Redmond's next moves. These specs suggest that Microsoft is ready to back its Android/Asha/Windows Phone mashup for at least another year.
The device will likely use a traditional LCD screen but sport a resolution of 2,560x1,600 pixels, according to GSMArena.
Some suspected the HTC One M8 of pumping up its processor for better benchmarks. HTC's response: Of course it does. In fact, it's now a feature.
A benchmark test has revealed the specs of not one, but two models of Samsung's next flagship, the Galaxy S5.
With a 6.4-inch screen, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra falls into the 'phablet' category of Android devices. Well now a Wi-Fi-only model has popped up on benchmarking site AnTuTu.
The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, a massive new tablet that's been thoroughly leaked online, is shaping up to be the most powerful Android device ever.
A line of pro tablets with screen sizes of 8.4 inches, 10.1 inches, and 12.2 inches are in the works for next year, says blog site SamMobile.