Samsung’s Galaxy line has been their flagship smartphone line for some time now. As CES 2014 and Mobile World Congress (MWC) get closer we have been hearing some rumors about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5. One was that it would be launched at CES, but that does not seem to be case as the Galaxy S5 will be launched at MWC in late February.
A lot of anticipation had been lurking around and many speculations were being made since the announcement of AMD’s next-generation desktop APU which has been codenamed as “Kaveri”. Well, to light up the anticipation, there has been a little revelation and some piece of information has been given away through a leaked AMD slide. This one sheds some light on the important dates in the products launch cycle. We finally know now that the much awaited APU will officially be announced on the 5th of December.
The introduction to NVIDIA’s launch has surely been out of the ordinary. There was this time when the demand was so strong that NVIDIA pulled pre-orders ahead by a couple of days and then after some time it dropped down the prices for some reason. Then suddenly last month, when we were just about to see it make debut in the market; the company discovered a drawback in the device and stopped the launch right away. Things have been a bit on the silent mode since then. But now the company has given its final verdict on the launch, and that shall be by the end of this month.
We have heard that Intel’s will be launching their upcoming Ivy Bridge-E HEDT (High-End-Desktop) platform in Q3 of this year. VR-Zone has confirmed this and that the launch of the new processors would take place between the 4-11 of September. A more exact date of the 9th was mentioned, but it is not official.
Last month NVIDIA announced their GeForce GTX 780 and GeForce GTX 770 graphics cards. Maybe people also expected a GeForce GTX 760 or GeForce GTX 760 Ti card to launch in June, but it has not happened yet. The GeForce GTX 760 was spotted at Computex, so when is the card going to launch? According to Videocardz the card will launch on June 25th.
Battlefield 4 has been officially announced on Battlefield’s Facebook Page. It will launch October 29th of this year. Of course I know most of you reading this will be getting it for the PC, but it will also be available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. The Battlefield team has also revealed that the game will be made available for the recently announced Xbox One console as well. So expect to see that later down the line.
The launch of the much awaited Intel Haswell powered Notebooks is very near. DigiTimes has brought good news to many customers who were waiting to own an Intel Haswell powered Notebook after announcing that the Notebooks will be available in the market by the end of May. Users have been waiting for the Haswell powered Notebooks since a long time, and the fact that the laptops have already been shipped to retail outlets, assures them that they will be able to own one very soon.
Just last month we announced that NVIDIA will be launching their 700 Series cards in May and it looks like Fudzilla has got some exclusive information about the launch of the GeForce GTX 780 and the GeForce GTX 770. The flagship GeForce GTX 780 will launch on May 23rd and it will be followed by the launch of the GeForce GTX 770 on May 30th.
We have been wondering when we would see the official launch of Intel’s 4th Generation Haswell desktop processors. Intel has released an image on their social networks that reveals the nanoseconds left (3,337,200,000,000,000) till the launch of Haswell. Looking at when the images was posted, the launch will happen the first week of June during Computex in Taipei.
It looks like we now know the launch date for the very anticipated AMD Radeon HD 7990 “Malta” dual-GPU graphics card! According to a report on OCaholic AMD plans to launch the graphics card on April 24, 2013. The report also states that reviews of the card should already be underway. The AMD Radeon HD 7990 will feature a pair of 28nm “Tahiti” GPUs and will have a total of 4096 stream processors, and 6 GB of GDDR5 memory across two 384-bit wide memory interfaces.