Mobile World Conference Stories February 25, 2015

Samsung had seemingly done an excellent job at keeping its upcoming Galaxy S6 flagship under wraps, but now an XDA Developers user has allegedly gotten his hands on at least one variant of the device. The pictures unfortunately are not of the greatest quality as the phone is wrapped in bubble wrap, but they do give us one of the best looks at what could be the device to date.

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Mobile World Conference Stories February 12, 2012

You can either love or hate HTC’s Sense user interface. HTC includes Sense on its Android devices as a skin that goes on top of stock Android. Sense provides UI enhancements and widgets. Some customers like it, and many hate it — like me. However, that is not going to stop HTC from including it in its future phones.

The good folks over at Android Central did a little snooping this weekend, and were able to get their hands on the new Sense 4.0. Sense 4.0 is rumored to be announced with the quad-core HTC Endeavor at Mobile World Conference in a few weeks.

If you want to check out the new Sense 4.0 on your device, you can give it a download. If you are not up for the challenge, we also posted screenshots after the break (via Android Central):

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Mobile World Conference Stories February 8, 2012

NVIDIA just sent out invites (via Android Central) to its press event at this year’s Mobile World Conference. MWC is a huge conference set in Barcelona on Feb. 27 to March 1 where we will see new devices from handset manufactures. NVIDIA’s press invite said the company would be focusing on quad-core devices, which should not come as a surprise to anyone.

NVIDIA already teased its quad-core devices, and it already confirmed quad-core devices are on the way for the beginning of 2012. Android Central noticed what looks to be a Droid Incredible 2 in the model’s hands on the press invite. Is NVIDIA teaming up with HTC to announce a quad-core device? We will keep you updated when MWC rolls around.

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