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In a latest development, prolific tech-bound Twitter user @evleaks has announced his retirement via his social micro-blogging platform. Already, the account has a massive number of followers and in a short span of two years - @evleaks - which had become one of the most reliable source on leaks of upcoming handsets is now planning to quit.
To name some of his works which had an intense effect on the tech world, was the leaked where the account confirmed that Nokia was working on an Android phone. The list of unannounced phones that were revealed including Sony Xperia Tablet Z2, HTC One (M8), Nvidia Shield Tablet. Also @evleaks has come up with several leaks till date on Samsung's Galaxy F smartphone and Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch.<blockquote class="twitter-tweet blockquote" lang="en"><p>All good things must come to an end. Thank you for an amazing two years. [RETIREMENT]</p>— Evan Blass (@evleaks) <a href="https://twitter.com/evleaks/statuses/495937367640137728">August 3, 2014</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
If you are not aware, the man behind @evleaks is Evan Blass a former editor for Engadget and PocketNow. The account has been proven as one of the most resourceful place to track down the upcoming phones. What was even better for most people in the tech industry is the fact that whatever, @evleaks shared, it was highly accurate.
@evleaks currently has about 187,000 followers. There were no particular reasons why Evan Blass has decided to retire its his most adored account, but if rumors are to be believed, than we can say that it could be due to legal pressure from one or more phone manufacturers.
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