Week 24 News In Review: Galaxy Tab S, IPhone 6, S5 Mini LeakBy cheatmaster 09:22 Tue, 20 Jul 2021 Comments
This week's highlight is definitely the Samsung's Tab Into Color press event in New York. But while we were waiting for the recent slates to go official, we saw a few iPhone 6 leaks, a major Galaxy S5 mini tip, yet another Galaxy F appearance, recent Oppo smartphone.
Late Thursday night brought us the Samsung's flagship tablet series - the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and the Galaxy Tab S 10.5. Both slates feature high-resolution Super AMOrganic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) displays, top-notch hardware (Snapdragon 800 or Exynos 5 Octa), 8MP rear cams, fingerprint scanners, Galaxy S5-like shells and super thin waistlines.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 is already available on pre-order at $399.99, while the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is priced at $499.99.
And while we were still talking about Samsung, this week the Korean manufacturer also announced the affordable LTE-enabled Galaxy Core Lite and the Galaxy S III Neo.
Samsung Galaxy Core Lite LTE • Samsung I9301I Galaxy S3 Neo
Then we saw the Galaxy S5 mini leaks in full glory thanks to a massive leak. And, of course, the long-rumored Galaxy F made another appearance. The Galaxy Note 4 made some rounds too.
Apple fans were busy too. Just a week after the iOS 8 went official, they saw the iPhone 6 teased numerous times. First it was the Taiwanese star Jimmy Lin, who posed with the recent iPhone for a selfie. The very next day we saw the iPhone 6 leak yet again, and finally here it is posing correct next to a Galaxy S5.
Jimmy Lin holding up the Apple iPhone 6
One more device went official this week - the thinnest LTE smartphone - the Oppo R3. Meanwhile, the OnePlus One finally become available.
Jolla fans got some nice treatment this week too. First - the massive Saapunki (update 6 + 7) firmware began seeding, while the update 8 was detailed for early July. And from what we are hearing lately, the second Jolla phone might be in the works already.
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