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LG teases LG G4’s “DSLR level” camera

LG teases LG G4’s “DSLR level” camera

LG really loves teasing the public in bits and pieces about its upcoming G4 flagship bound for next week, but one thing it can't seem to get enough of is its camera. In fact, aside from the 5.5-inch QHD display and genuine leather rear, the smartphone's camera is one of LG's most teased feature. And to whet the appetite of mobile, and even maybe professional, photographers even more, it enlisted the help of professional photographer Colby Brown to explain why the G4 is his new camera and not just his new smartphone.

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Verizon’s new LG Windows Phone leaked

Verizon’s new LG Windows Phone leaked

When you hear of Windows Phone, you usually immediately think of formerly Nokia now Microsoft Lumia devices. That said, there are some hidden treasures in this corner of Microsoft's world, like the HTC One M8 with Windows launched last year. There are also quite a number of device makers that have one or two Windows Phones in their roster, and it seems that LG will be adding to that growing list. A new Windows Phone from the Korean OEM has been spotted and it will be heading to Verizon at a yet unknown time.

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LG drops another G4 puzzle piece: 16MP f/1.8 camera

LG drops another G4 puzzle piece: 16MP f/1.8 camera

Welcome to another round of "What will LG reveal next". We've seen the Korean OEM's display arm out the 5.5-inch QHD panel that will debut on the LG G4 later this month. We've also been given a preview of the UX version 4.0 that will be the user-facing experience of the smartphone. LG also already teased the f/1.8 aperture of the G4's camera, but not it's making things official. It's LG Innotek, LG's component making business, taking the spotlight with its 16 megapixel f/1.8 camera sensor. Of course, for the LG G4.

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LG G4 official teaser speaks camera, hints texture

LG G4 official teaser speaks camera, hints texture

Yes, we have yet another piece of the G4 puzzle from LG. Before it was the 5.5-inch QHD screen announced by LG Display. Then it was UX 4.0 that is promised to bring a "human-centered" experience to the smartphone, by incorporating even more smart features alongside conveniences. Now, LG is teasing the G4 directly, but, naturally it isn't spilling all just yet. What it is revealing is the camera, or at least part of it, hinting that you will be able to "see the great".

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A ton of HTC One M9+ pics leak out ahead of April 8 debut

A ton of HTC One M9+ pics leak out ahead of April 8 debut

The One M9 flagship has yet to actually become available to all major sources, especially in the US, and yet HTC seems to be willing to make a gamble by having yet another One M9 so close to launch. The company's "More than One" event, scheduled next week, is expected to show case the puzzling One M9 Plus, or One M9+ or One M9pt, whichever name it decides to go with. But even before that day comes, the smartphone is again being leaked almost to death, at least as far as renders are concerned.

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Xperia Z4 appears on GFXBench with unsurprising specs

Xperia Z4 appears on GFXBench with unsurprising specs

Given the existence of the Xperia Z4 Tablet, there is very little doubt that an Xperia Z4 will soon be making its way to our hands. Indeed, it's more a question of when rather than if, as Sony's mobile division really can't afford to skip a flagship generation. And while we do expect that smartphone to land soon, we can't be help wonder what it would be like, since, rather surprisingly, the smartphone hasn't been leaked to death yet unlike its predecessors. A GFXBench entry gives a bit of a clue, but, at least based on these specs, the Xperia Z4 might not have any surprises either.

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HTC One M9+ render leaks out again, hints at fingerprint scanner

HTC One M9+ render leaks out again, hints at fingerprint scanner

While Samsung seems to be taking a breather just before the storm of launching its Galaxy S6 flagship worldwide, HTC seems to be still busy coming out with devices left and right, from all possible tiers. We just recently saw the appearance of the One E9+, ahead of the One E9 itself. And more than that, the "larger", though not really larger, sibling of the One M9 flagship is making a few rounds over the Internet again. And in the latest scoop, the One M9+ is said to sport a fingerprint scanner on what looks like a home button.

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HTC One E9+ phablet quietly revealed in China

HTC One E9+ phablet quietly revealed in China

After the number of accidental leaks spoiled HTC's announcement of the One M9, the company's latest flagship smartphone, you would think they would have learned to be a bit more careful or put a bit more effort into making a splash. Either HTC has yet to learn that lesson or we're looking at another unintentional reveal, but their new One E9+ phablet has just turned up on the company's Chinese website. While the device appears to be much the same as what was discovered earlier this month, albeit with a few small differences.

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LG G4 photos leaked, possibly “Note” variant

LG G4 photos leaked, possibly “Note” variant

With the HTC One M9 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 set to arrive in stores in the next few weeks, we can turn our attention a bit to this year's MWC no-shows, like LG, for example. Numerous leaks of what might be the LG G4 have already surfaced, and LG itself is giving fodder by teasing what could be in its next flagship. This latest batched of leaked photos, four in total, is particularly curious. While some might bill this to be the LG G4 itself, it might very well be an LG G4 Note version instead.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge release details and first-impressions

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge release details and first-impressions

Samsung has announced US availability for its flagship Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge smartphones, and what better way to celebrate them landing on the SlashGear review bench than an impromptu photo-shoot. Announced back at Mobile World Congress earlier this month, the metal- and glass-bodied Android smartphones mark the beginning of a new - and welcome - design direction for Samsung, swapping the plastic of their forebears for a far more premium feel. The S6 edge, meanwhile, raises the stakes with a double-curved AMOLED display. Consider the gauntlet thrown down well and truly to the iPhone 6 and HTC One M9; read on for our first-impressions.

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