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Google Nexus SmartPhones

Google Nexus SmartPhones

This is a leaked image of what's claimed to be the next Google Nexus smartphone, expected to be officially unveiled in October. The 5.7" phone is being developed by Huawei and it appears to have made a loud design statement with the elongated and flattened camera surround. And you can clearly see a fingerprint-unlocking sensor. Google has also commissioned by smaller 5.2" device from LG, which manufactured the Nexus 5.

Sony Xperia Smartphone

Sony Xperia Smartphone

What looks like an official Sony presentation slide has been leaked which appears to show the company;s new line of top-end Xperia smartphones. Sony has managed to grab itself back a healthy slice of the market with the Android Xperia range which have reinforced the company's reputation for good build-quality. The renders of what will probably be the Xperia 5 and 5 Plus show similar designs to predecessors but it seems Sony is now adding fingerprint recognition, which is being used increasingly by manufacturers for owners to unlock phones and even take the place of typed passwords for apps like store purchases and shopping.

Blackberry Smartphones

Blackberry Smartphones

OK...I had to put a questionmark at the end of that headline, but it seems pretty certain: Blackberry is set to release an Android-powered smartphone. It's called (and this could be a development codename) the Blackberry Venice and it will probably have a slide-out keyboard. Blackberry sales have been plummeting for years, mainly because the Blackberry 10 operating system simply isn't hacking it. But its hardware has remained top notch. So, it looks like the phone-company-formally-known-as-RIM is now banking on a winner by fusing its hardware with Google's market-leading OS. No doubt it will have enhanced security and - hopefully - holdovers from Blackberry 10, like the excellent messaging hub. Blackberry has even gone to the trouble of registering the domain name AndroidSecured.com: