Given the breadth and consistency of leaks surrounding Sony's upcoming late 2013 flagship phone, codenamed "Honami," there seems little doubt we'll see the device at the company's IFA 2013 press conference on Sept. 4. The handset is rumored to be marketed as "Xperia i1" or "Xperia Z1," and feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU and a 20-megapixel camera with Sony G Lens.
And now Sony's getting in on the pre-release antics, with a couple of Twitter-based teasers.
The first describes it as "the smartphone everyone’s been talking about" -- a sneaky reference to all those leaks, perhaps -- while confirming that yes, it'll have a power button.
Cytus II, now available for free on Google Play Pass, is a frantic, phenomenal rhythm mobile game that will entertain you for hours on end. With excellent touchscreen controls, hundreds of tracks to play, and a futuristic mystery hiding under the surface, Cytus II is bound to be your new obsession.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra offers the ultimate luxury experience, with four incredible cameras and an industry-leading display. It's a love letter to Samsung's most enthusiastic customers, and the addition of S Pen support may even draw in longtime Note loyalists.
As per a report from The Wall Street Journal, Amazon pressured Ecobee into collecting private user data. However, the Canadian smart thermostat maker refused to comply with the demand as it would violate its customers' privacy.
You might have already invested in a good protective case for your new Samsung Galaxy A32 5G smartphone. But don't forget about protecting its precious 6.5-inch HD+ display from cracks and scratches with an ultra-slim screen protector, too.