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Galaxy Note 5 Aug 12 date leaked, renders show sizes

Galaxy Note 5 Aug 12 date leaked, renders show sizes

We almost have a complete picture of what the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 looks like from the inside. All that we're missing now is how it looks from the outside. While it's still a good month away from becoming reality, we can settle for the next best thing, at least for now. A set of renders of the schematic kind have been leaked and they bring with it two important details: the size and design of the Galaxy Note 5. In fact, they also bring the same info for the Galaxy S6 edge Plus.

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Galaxy Note 5 specs leak anew: 4GB RAM, 5 MP OIS front cam

Galaxy Note 5 specs leak anew: 4GB RAM, 5 MP OIS front cam

If the previous rumors are correct, we might actually get to see Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 and possibly a Galaxy S6 edge Plus next month, which could explain the rising tide of leaks and rumors surrounding these smartphones. This latest round paints an almost complete picture of the Galaxy Note 5, especially its internals. Unsurprisingly, it will showcase Samsung's newest, and sometimes experimental, tech. But there are also a few surprises in store, like its front-facing camera and what could be an Edge model as well.

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Samsung sets into motion 11K resolution mobile screens

Samsung sets into motion 11K resolution mobile screens

If there's one thing you can't say about Samsung, it's that the Korean manufacturer lacks ambition. Some might claim it even has too much of it. While there are still disbelievers of even just 2K, even more so 4K, resolutions on smartphones, Samsung is already ready to go the extra mile, or in this case extra light year. Korean media reports that it Samsung has just gotten the ball rolling to develop 11K resolution screens for mobile devices that will go out as early as 2018.

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The big deal about IBM’s tiny chips

The big deal about IBM’s tiny chips

IBM is making a big deal of celebrating a tiny achievement, successfully producing a 7nm chip that could mean huge efficiency improvements in phones, laptops and more. Squeezing more than 20 billion transistors into a chip the size of a fingernail took figuring out new manufacturing processes and chewed through part of a $3bn investment IBM earmarked back in 2014, but it's shaping up to be worth every cent. Big Blue predicts a power/performance increase of more than 50-percent from the smaller processors.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 tipped for mid-August launch

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 tipped for mid-August launch

Samsung Electronics is tipped to be pushing up the launch of a new smartphone model to help the electronics giant turn around its sagging sales. The tip comes from a person who claims to be familiar with Samsung's plans, but didn't want to be identified. Samsung has had a sluggish second quarter of sales and hopes that the new smartphone will turn things around for the company according to the source.

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Samsung, Xiaomi phones are the most cloned devices in China

Samsung, Xiaomi phones are the most cloned devices in China

Perhaps you can consider it poetic justice. Samsung, and to some extent Xiaomi, have long been criticized for copying designs from Apple, but these manufacturers are also getting a taste of that medicine in even more massive degrees. Popularity does have its price, especially in China, which even today still has a stigma of rampant cloning, fakes, and pirated products. And it turns out, the favorite victims of smartphone clones are, unsurprisingly, those from Samsung and Xiaomi, proving that not even homegrown products are exempt.

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Samsung wearable to beat HoloLens with 3D-cam and 2x Glass

Samsung wearable to beat HoloLens with 3D-cam and 2x Glass

Samsung may be next on the list of hardware companies to deliver a smart headset with dual-Google Glass-like displays, 3D cameras, and augmented reality/holography. This device does not yet have a formal name, instead opting in early registration documents as a "wearable display apparatus" only. The image you see before you is not the same as Samsung's earlier Google Glass competitor seen back in January of 2014 - this headset is brand new. It's wireless, and it's sporting virtual imagery the likes of which we've never seen before.

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Galaxy Note 5, S6 edge Plus phablet details leak out

Galaxy Note 5, S6 edge Plus phablet details leak out

We're still two months away, or one month if you believe the rumors, but the pictures of Samsung's next smartphones are almost complete thanks to the non-ending flow of leaks. This latest batch details some of the innards of the two phablets and they are quite a mixed bag of both goodies and disappointments. There is little doubt that the two will continue the new design path that Samsung has chosen this year, but none of the leaks have so far hinted at anything mouthwatering or surprising.

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Galaxy A8 is shaping up to be a fine, mid-range Galaxy S6

Galaxy A8 is shaping up to be a fine, mid-range Galaxy S6

Late last month we caught a glimpse of the Galaxy A8 in China's TENAA and it looked almost like a Samsung Galaxy S6 knock-off. It turns out, there might some truth to that but not in a negative sense. A pre-release hands-on of this mid-range smartphone reveals some interesting tidbits about it. In addition to its extremely slim profile, the Galaxy A8 is indeed almost a blow for blow match to the Galaxy S6 but with slightly lower specs and an expected lower price tag to match.

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BBC micro:bit explained in 5 steps

BBC micro:bit explained in 5 steps

The BBC collaborates with 29 partners to send thousands of miniature computers to every grade 7 child in the UK. This is the BBC you're thinking of - the news organization - and this is not the first time they've done such a project. Micro:bit is aimed at educating the public and setting a creative fire under the feet of the UK's youth. To do this, the micro:bit pocket-sized computer is being distributed for free to students, complete with programmable innards, Bluetooth, built-in compass, and motion detection. This is all part of the BBC's 2015 Make it Digital initiative.

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