LG has sent out another invitation to its August 7 event in New York, teasing a device identified as the LG G2, presenting its revolutionary new rear buttons. This invitation is very similar to the one we saw 2 weeks ago, however, now we have confirmation that the company will be unveiling its much-anticipated G2 smartphone.
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One of the first announcements that T-Mobile made at its New York press event yesterday was the availability of the Sony Xperia Z . The device will be on sale starting July 17, and is the exact same waterproof Xperia that launched in Europe and Japan earlier this year.
Sony has begun issuing invited for an “exclusive booth unveiling” in Berlin on September 4. The event takes place just two days before IFA 2013, and it’s thought the Japanese company will use it to unveil its latest flagship smartphone, code-named “Honami.”
T-Mobile is sending out invites to its latest press event that is set to take place July 10, 2013, in New York City. There’s not much to see on the invite, unfortunately, which ultimately means we have no idea what to expect from this event. But the carrier is promising to show off its “boldest moves yet.”
Facebook is set to hold a press event later today, and it appears the whole thing’s going to be a massive kick in the teeth for Google. Not only is the social network expected to unveil its own smartphone, possibly powered by its own platform, but it’s also expected to hit Google where it really hurts — in search. Rumor has it the company will unveil its own search engine, which will rollout to users “very soon.”
Amazon will be holding a press event on September 6th to reveal what we can only assume will be the next line of Kindles. The invitations have been arriving in press inboxes everywhere but give no details in regards to what will be announced. With the holiday season a few month away, Amazon will be getting a head start and it will be interesting to see how their new offerings compare to the current budget tablet leader, the Nexus 7.
Sprint and HTC just announced the next Evo device on Sprint’s network, at an event in New York City. While the device was rumored to be called the HTC Evo One, it is officially called the Evo 4G LTE. The Evo 4G LTE is Sprint’s first LTE device, which boasts a “blazing fast processor” and the latest version of Ice Cream Sandwich and HTC’s Sense UI. Check out the full specs: