HTC has leaked an image of what appears to be lens add-ons for the camera on its next generation M7 smartphone.
The company posted the picture onto its Twitter account towards the end of last week. Judging from the image, it can be seen that the device will feature a camera that will be compatible with the lenses made by Canon.
HTC could launch the lenses alongside the smartphone which is rumored to be unveiled this Tuesday. However, neither release has been officially confirmed. The lens attachment in the picture would officially transform the smartphone into a DLR camera. more >>
Microsoft's Xbox 360 console outsold the Nintendo Wii U in the month of January, according to a report from the NPD Group.
The report also showed that Microsoft sold a total of 281,000 units for the month of January and that the Xbox 360 has been the best selling console for 25 consecutive months.
This is disappointing news for Nintendo, who launched the Wii U console as a successor to the original Wii at the end of last year. Microsoft launched the Xbox 360 back in 2005 and has enjoyed tremendous success with the system, and the fact that it is outselling a new console shows its staying power. more >>
HTC released a new teaser image for its upcoming event where the M7 smartphone is expected to be unveiled.
The picture is of a huge eye and it features great definition focusing directly into the iris. This could be hinting towards a device with a 1080p display or a camera capable of taking pictures at this high quality.
HTC's event will take place on Tuesday. more >>
LG and Google teamed up last year to create a smartphone that has been relatively scarce since its initial release in November. The handset, known as the Nexus 4, launched alongside the Samsung Nexus 10 tablet, which was touted by some to have the potential to be an iPad killer.
The smartphone also seems to be in that same league in terms of specifications and overall performance, and snuck up at the end of 2012 to become one of the most in demand handsets - constantly selling out of stock in the Google Play Store.
The Christian Post had the opportunity to test out the smartphone and here's an official review. more >>
The final specifications for the Samsung Galaxy S4 were confirmed this week.
The popular South Korean site DDaily recently stated that Samsung has made a decision on the final specs for the device and that the company is ready to put it into mass production.
The Galaxy S4 will feature a "minimum organic" human-centered UI that debuted on the Galaxy S3. This means it will retain the trademark home button along with the Return key to the right and the Menu key to the left. more >>
HTC is holding an event in seven days where the company is expected to unveil its new M7 smartphone.
A new image has leaked this week that appears to be HTC's first official picture of the handset. The image was tweeted out by EvLeaks, who normally leaks out information on upcoming products.
The device in the picture bears a striking resemblance to the iPhone 5. more >>