Last year Samsung took the wraps off the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. For those who might be unfamiliar with the device, it’s basically a smartphone where one side of its display is curved. This act as a secondary display of sorts and can be used to display contextual information, menu buttons, and more.
It is an interesting concept and if the rumors are to be believed, Samsung is looking to release a successor in the form of the Galaxy S Edge. However unlike the Galaxy Note Edge, the S Edge is rumored to feature two curved displays, one on each side, and it looks like Samsung has similar ideas too, thanks to a recently discovered patent by the folks at Patently Mobile. Read full post →Samsung Patent Reveals Phone With Dual Curved Displays
Given that companies like Samsung, HTC, Apple, Sony, Motorola, LG, and etc. have products all around the world, we’re sure many fans are hoping that the products would be launched in their country first. The good news is that if you’re living stateside, HTC’s upcoming wearable could see a release in the US first.
This is according to @upleaks who claims that HTC’s first wearable will be making it into the US market before the rest of the world. Given that @upleaks has a pretty decent track record when it comes to rumors and leaks, we guess there might be some truth to the claims. For those hearing about this for the first time, word on the street has it that HTC has a wearable they are working on. Read full post →HTC’s Fitness Band To Launch Stateside First [Rumor]