EVAN BLASS Posts on XDA

Google Pixelbook v2 may launch alongside the Google Pixel 3

Google's Fall hardware event is shaping up to be one of the most exciting events this year from an OEM. With three Pixel-branded smartwatches set to release alongside the Google Pixel 3/Pixel 3 XL and new Pixel Buds, you'd think that would be enough. But no, Google isn't stopping there, as known leaker Evan Blass has also...

Evan Blass Publishes Renders of Project Joan (LG V30), Features Slider Secondary Display

While we can't wait for the OnePlus 5, the other companies work hard to surprise its users. Newest renders show what's perhaps one of the most interesting-looking phones coming this year, courtesy of LG no less. @evleaks presented the LG V30 -- the third smartphone of the V line, which is expected to be released...

Amazon’s Touchscreen Echo Renders Leaked, Available In Two Colors

Amazon is apparently working on a touchscreen Echo device, which we first learned about thanks to a report from CNET. The rumors are starting to gain some credibility, as we now have a chance to see some alleged renders of the device. Yesterday, AFTVnews leaked some rather low-quality images of a device they purport to be...

Google and LG’s Watch Sport and Watch Style Launching with Android Wear 2.0 on Feb 9

Android Wear 2.0 is the next iteration of upgrades planned for connected smartwatches. While Developer Previews have been around for a while, the last one was rolled out in mid December as Developer Preview 4. So it's only expected that we start getting impatient for the final release once new information starts rolling in. While it...

OnePlus 3 to Come With NFC; Leaked Screenshot Shows N Preview Build

OnePlus managed to garner a lot of attention with their first device, and the stakes and hype were raised even higher for their next. But the OnePlus 2 failed to attract as much praise as its predecessor.There were a few things wrong with the OnePlus 2. The device was not built up on the hype...

Evan Blass: Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge to Feature MicroSD Support, Water Resistance, Large Batteries

Samsung's Galaxy S-series flagships are amongst one of the most anticipated phones every year. And there's good reason too. The S-series flagship feature the best of what Samsung can offer in a mass-producible, consumer-friendly package. Apart from the mid-year Note lineup, there are no other competitors coming out from the Samsung stables.Last year was a bit...