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Hmm, rumour has it that Samsung are set to release some kind of foldable touchscreen device (perhaps related to the bendy screens above?) at some point next year that will tout a 5.3″ Super AMOLED HD Dual display, and of course, will be Android powered. Sounds rather interesting, and well, pretty nifty to be honest.
Though analysts usually know nothing more than regular ol’ John Apple Fan at home, they do sometimes get access to tech factories and shredded supply chain documents hinting at upcoming products. One analyst, Topeka Capital’s Brian White, claims to have actually held an iPad Mini prototype and even put it in his pocket.
We’ve already heard that the next Nexus phone will be similar to the powerful LG Optimus G, but this might be the first time we’re getting a good look at it. A gallery of photos of an LG Android phone that looks like the Optimus G and runs stock Android has popped up on XDA Developers. Could this be the next Nexus?
It doesn’t seem fair that the MacBook Air line has several features over the MacBook Pro (sleek profile, USB ports on both sides, higher-res screen). A major design refresh to the Pro line, the first in three years, has been bandied about for months now, but according to Japanese siteMacotakara, Apple’s definitely working on a skinnier Pro.
The Wacom Inkling was a magical, near-unbelievable device that we drooled all over in late August (Jesus especially). It was supposed to be out by late September. Now it’s late October. Luckily, we may finally have a release date.
AppleInsider has sources telling them that a MacBook Pro refresh will happen sometime in the next month, which would include updating to the most current Core i5 and i7 processors before the new generation hits next year. [AppleInsider]