ZTE is well-known in China and a few of its neighboring markets, but not much outside of Asia. In spite of this, the Chinese manufacturer may be developing one of the best-looking Android devices this year.
According to a report by Phone Arena, a leaked image has surfaced online, allegedly revealing the look of the new ZTE Nubia Z9 smartphone. The image boasts nearly invisible side bezels, though it has a significant amount of top and bottom bezels.
However, what captured the report's attention are the curved edges of the screen, or at least they appear to be curved. more >>
WASHINGTON — As over 100 Pakistani Christians were arrested in mid-March following the lynching of two Muslim men wrongly thought to be involved in two earlier church bombings that killed 17, some 30 prisoners have been released and show clear signs of being abused and tortured by the police.
International Christian Concern, a leading Christian persecution watchdog and advocacy organization, announced at a Tuesday press conference held to discuss the rise of Christian persecution in Pakistan, that 30 of the 111 Christian men and boys detained by police in the Lahore suburb of Youhanabad following the lynching have been released from jail.
With their release, it has come to light that those imprisoned in connection to the lynchings were subject to torture and merciless beatings by police officers in an attempt to extract confessions out of them. more >>
Several images have been leaked showing what appears to be concept art for an LG patent of a smartphone slap bracelet design.
South Korean electronics manufacturer LG may have had another upcoming device leaked when images of concept art for a smartphone patent on a slap bracelet circulated online Monday.
After leaked images of their leather-backed LG G4 curved smartphones went viral over the weekend, a new design of a wrist-wrapping smartphone is currently making waves. The design shows an extremely thin-looking smartphone that can be docked into a bracelet, with the capability of curving around a wrist. more >>
Specs for LG's upcoming flagship phone, the G4, appeared briefly on the LG website a little over two weeks before its official launching.
LG flashed a teaser look at the specifications of their newest handset, the LG G4, on their website before taking them down again, leading into the official April 28 launch date for the flagship smartphone.
Apart from leaked images of the phone's physical appearance discovered on one of the South Korean electronics manufacturer's microsites, a significant number of specifications were revealed. more >>
A substantial leak with dozens of images of the new LG G4 made their way online this week after one of the company's microsites was discovered.
While LG has been giving up information on its upcoming flagship handset, the LG G4, a little at a time, a G4 microsite was discovered containing a number of official images of LG's new smartphone.
The new model, with an optional leather back in several different renders was brought forward by Evan Blass, also known as @evleaks, one of the Internet's most prolific leakers. The smartphone is revealed at all angles, and sports a number of cosmetic tweaks, including a carbon fiber-like weave on its display. more >>
A U.S. court has awarded $330 million to Shurat HaDin, or Israel Law Center, on behalf of the U.S.-based family of Rev. Kim Dong-Shik, a Christian missionary and activist who was abducted by North Korean agents inside China and later killed in North Korea.
The United States District Court for the District of Columbia awarded the family $330 million — which includes $15 million dollars each to Kim's son and brother, as well as $300 million in punitive damages — against the government of North Korea, known as DPRK, Israel Law Center said in a statement Monday.
"This is an important human rights decision that will be utilized in all political abduction cases going forward," Nitsana Darshan-Leitner, the Israeli group's director, said. more >>