There are a lot of rumors about many upcoming devices offering new interesting technological features. Nevertheless, it is sad that those rumored smartphones and tablets will never be released to public.
When Samsung Galaxy S5 created a disappointment because of its plastic design, “technological communities” rumored Samsung would bring out another version of the Galaxy S5 Prime. The handset is made of metal with a lot of impressive specs. It will have the larger screen, Quad HD resolution, quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processors and 3 GB of RAM. However, this dream never become a reality. Instead of the S5 Prime, Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy S6.
With the name of M8 Prime, this smartphone is supposed to be the higher version of One M8. The main special features offered by M8 Prime are waterproof and a Quad HD display larger than 5.5 inches. Equipped with a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, 3 GB of RAM and Duo UltraPixel camera. As a final point, this product was never made.
During the time when Microsoft put its hands on Nokia’s services and devices, there was an information announced that an advanced version of Lumia will appear. Lumia 1030 was expected to be the striking machine to commemorate Nokia’s handset division. Unfortunately, the project of Lumia 1030 was possibly cancelled. Microsoft wants to wait until Window 10 Mobile gets improved before rushing this flagship to the market.
Back in 2013, Sony announced the smartphone with impressive screen size up to 6.44-inch, extremely thin, and waterproof. Afterwards, many reports supposed that Sony would launch the successor of Xperia Z4 at that time. However, it seems like the Sony company changed mind about releasing this large display smartphone.
During the years 2013 – 2014, users hoped that Google will offer them a tablet named Nexus 10. It would be featuring a 10.55 inches display with 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 3 GB of RAM and an 8 megapixels main camera. Unfortunately, the latest device we have is Nexus 9.
Back to the year 2013, many reports considered that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 version would come out with the YOUM flexible display – a new technology developed by the Korean manufacturer LG. Customers were looking forward to this interesting handset. Finally, nothing happened. Instead of bringing out the Note 3 flexed display, one year later, Samsung introduced to public the Note 4 alongside with Note Edge.