HTC Eye “selfie phone” coming to AT&T

HTC Eye selfie phone coming to AT&T

AT&T will be adding a new “selfie phone” to its portfolio in the near future, EVleaks is saying. Dubbed HTC Eye, this up-and-coming device will obviously have a rock-solid front-facing camera, allowing users to take awesome photos of themselves when they fancy so. Currently only few HTC phones have powerful front-facing cameras — including the…

Meizu smart watch coming soon?

Meizu smart watch coming soon?

Meizu may be looking to enter the smart watch market; what else the image above could suggest? According to GizChina, the image reads “Look at your watch. Do you have this type of habit?” Now, we don’t know whether the Chinese phone maker will indeed join the “wrist revolution,” or is just mocking the entire…

Sony Xperia Z3 Compact to rock Qualcomm Snapdragon 801?

Sony Xperia Z3 Compact to rock Qualcomm Snapdragon 801?

Yet again, Sony is gearing towards launching what could be the best “Mini” smartphone out there. Forget about Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini and the upcoming LG G3 Mini – Sony will yet again have the best pocketable smartphone with its forthcoming Xperia Z3 Compact. According to the leaked screenshot, this little fella will rock the…

Lenovo working on its own Glass-like device?

Lenovo working on its own Glass-like device?

Lenovo may be working on its own Google Glass-like device, or at least that’s what the company’s patent filing suggests. Titled “Electronic Device And Sound Capturing Method,” the filing with the USPTO shows a device that looks like the one Google is already selling, featuring an audio and video recorder, along with built-in displays. Now…

BlackBerry working on a dual-camera smartphone?

BlackBerry working on a dual-camera smartphone?

BlackBerry seems to like HTC’s idea to cram two cameras on a phone and may be working on something similar as we speak. Digging through the BlackBerry OS 10.3 files, CrackBerry has once again caught the traces of the still unannounced Porsche Design P’9983 or as it’s referred to in the OS, the BlackBerry Khan.…

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