Back in 2014, Motorola launched the Moto E handset. It was an entry-level handset aimed at customers who did not want to splurge on a high-end device, and given that we’re already in 2015, a successor to the Moto E might not seem like such a stretch. In fact a leak earlier this month revealed a possible successor in the form of the Moto E Styx.
Now thanks to the folks at Android Police, they have managed to get their hands on a purported rendering of the Moto E successor, which you can see in the image above. Based on the rendering, it looks like Motorola has decided to give the handset a slight makeover in terms of its design. However it is a bit suspicious that there is a huge gap between the top speaker grill to the display of the phone which was not present in the original Moto E. Read full post →Alleged Moto E Successor Render Leaked
We have been hearing rumors that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 will be ditching the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset. The rumors are suggesting that this could be due to an overheating issue, while other rumors have suggested that Samsung’s decision was not so much a technical one, but a business one in which they are hoping to promote their Exynos chipsets instead.
While we can’t be sure if this is indeed the case, Qualcomm has since confirmed that at least one of their larger customers will not be packing the Snapdragon 810 chipset in their products. This was confirmed during Qualcomm’s earnings report in which they claimed that the Snapdragon 810 will most likely not be making its way into a “large customer’s flagship device”. Read full post →Qualcomm Confirms A “Large Customer” Won’t Be Using Their Snapdragon 810