Which is the most anticipated smartphone at the moment? Right, it’s the new Apple iPhone 5! We don’t know anything about its features yet, but we expect it to be one of the best phones on the market able to compete even with the Galaxy’s of Samsung.
Until recently, not much was known about the design of the upcoming iPhone, too. There were many assumptions and custom design ideas, and then, not so long ago its front panel leaked, but up till now we’ve never seen the new iPhone assembled. Now – attention! – some pics of the assembled iPhone 5 have leaked via http://iphone.tgbus.com, and the source claims there’s no sign of Photoshop on them, so we guess these can be the pics of the real phone, though we can’t be sure about anything until we see some official pics or the real iPhone launched.
The new Apple iPhone 5 seems to be very nice, armed with stylish speaker grills. The chassis seems to be made from metal, unlike the glass body of the iPhone 4S. There are two curious circles on the back of the phone, perhaps they belong to the camera and the LED flash. We can’t make any assumptions about the camera judging by these pics only, but LED flash circle seems to contain many LED dots. About two years ago Apple patented a new kind of flash that consists of many dots and can ensure better and more even lighting. Perhaps Apple has finally decided to use this new technology in the iPhone 5. If it’s so, it’ll be a good selling point for the new flagship.
Unfortunately, nothing more is known about the new iPhone 5 at the moment, but we expect more news about it soon. Meanwhile, see the other pics of the possible design of the new Apple iPhone:
Look what we”ve found: a new Sony Ericsson Xperia handset running Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread, with big dreams and impressive looks.
Sporting a 1.5GHz dual-core CPU and a 4.3 inch 1280×720 screen, the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Nozomi LT26i carries online casino 1GB of RAM and unique LEDs that glow in the front and back of the phone, coupled with a neatly done body and a front facing camera for video chat.
As always, price and availability of unannounced devices are not known but you can surely count on us to bring you all the gossip on this handsome device as and when we find out. The phone, in all its beauty, for your viewing pleasure below:
Microsoft’s new Metro-style Xbox 360 Dashboard 2011 Update, which was demoed earlier this year at E3, has been caught being browsed through in a leaked video (below) posted on YouTube by a user named ivazques71. In the video, the user goes through almost all of the next Xbox Dashboard’s menus to show us how it is shaping for release later this year.
Microsoft’s upgrade this year is based on Metro: a simple, clean and modern design language developed by the Redmond giant which is currently used in Windows Phone 7 and is slowly being introduced to other major products like Windows 8, Xbox 360 and the company’s suite of services under the Windows Live brand.
According to the video, the new Xbox Experience is expected to roll out on November 15th. But if past updates are anything to go by, it is due to come out some time this month itself. We have a keen eye on proceedings in Redmond.
As is the trend with almost all of Apple’s leaked products, this white beauty, too, has been spotted in a restaurant — a Chinese noodle eatery, raising the debate on its legitimacy. We have no more leads as of now but we’re definitely on the hunt to get to the root of it. Till then, check out this video below:
Remember our previous scoop? Continuing from where we left off, a new behind-the-scenes video of ‘The Avengers’ has leaked on to the web, featuring ‘Captain America’ and ‘Thor’ filming for the movie. The movie is set to release early next year and, while this seems to be a gimmick from the filmmakers to build some hype surrounding the movie, as a fan such leaks are never enough to satisfy your appetite. Video below the fold:
Android’s next big little OS, the Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) has been allegedly leaked on to the web and judging by the screenshots available at our disposal, it looks far from the real deal. (Even if it is real, it fails to convince us)
The leak comes from two different places — Android Police and RootzWiki — who both claim the leaks come from a common ‘trusted’ source. The screenies depict Google’s latest OS offering (ICS) running on a Nexus S, hijacking the phone with a not-so-cool blue-ish themed skin which appears similar to Google’s Gingerbread OS UI. What’s different, though, is a revised dock containing four icons instead of the usual three, along with other noticeable subtle changes.
Apart from this, the ICS is expected to come loaded with a brand-new launcher and app drawer; the camera is expected to gain a panorama mode; and the Gmail app is supposed match the look and feel of the OS. The update will run on devices launched up to a year earlier, with Nexus Prime being the first handheld to get to eat the Ice Cream Sandwich.
A new leaked screenshot of the Samsung Galaxy S 2 (or Galaxy S II) has been surfacing since a few hours and we’ve managed to get it here for you. The device appears to be exactly like the Samsung Infuse 4G alas with an additional home button.
Leaked (rumored) Specs
Android 2.3 Gingerbread
1GHz dual-core processor
802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi
The devices weighs 116g (4.09 ounces) and strikes 8.49mm in thickness, making it the thinnest smartphone out there. At present, this position is being held by the Xperia Arc at 8.7mm at its thinnest point.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 is set to release in beta next week but it looks like a video has already been leaked illegally. It scored 95/100 on the Acid 3 Browser Test.
The leaked video shows IE9 sport a new, cleaner UI and a major improvement from its previous versions, performance wise. Looks like Microsoft have finally re-entered into competition, this time providing more than a fight to Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari.
See related posts below for more info on browsers.