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Will Google's next Nexus have the Note 4's display? Photo: Google

Will Google’s next Nexus have the Note 4’s display? Photo: Google

While it may seem unlikely, speculation surrounding a new Nexus smartphone made by Huawei refuses to die.

According to one analyst based in China, the device is indeed on its way, and it will deliver a 5.7-inch Quad HD display and Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 810 processor.

The G Flex 2 has the looks and the power. Photo: LG

The G Flex 2 has the looks and the power. Photo: LG

Recent rumors promised a second-generation G Flex unveiling at CES 2015 this week, and LG did not disappoint.


At a press event in Las Vegas this morning, the South Korean company confirmed the G Flex 2, which is lot like last year’s flagship G3, but with slightly better specifications and, of course, that trademark G Flex curve.

The Galaxy S5 Plus on Samsung's Dutch website. Screenshot: Cult of Android

The Galaxy S5 Plus on Samsung’s Dutch website. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Samsung upset a lot of early Galaxy S5 adopters back in June when it announced the Galaxy S5 LTE-A, an improved version of the Galaxy S5 with a better display and a faster processor, just two months after the original first went on sale. However, it was only made available in South Korea.

Now a similar handset has popped up on international Samsung product pages with a new moniker — Galaxy S5 Plus — indicating a worldwide launch could be right around the corner.



Google is slowly rolling out 1080p streaming within the official YouTube app for all Android devices that support it, but it seems the change is happening pretty slowly. If you’re one of the many still waiting for it and you have a rooted device, you can now enable 1080p streaming yourself with this super simple trick.


Sony’s upcoming Xperia Z3 will pack a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor combined with 3GB of RAM, according to a new report, but a super sharp Quad HD display will not be appearing on its specifications sheet. Instead, the device is expected to deliver the same Full HD (1080p) resolution as its predecessor with a slightly smaller screen.

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