Last year in the first product to come from TCL bearing their newly acquired rights to the BlackBerry name for hardware, we saw the launch of the BlackBerry KeyOne. The device was a nice smartphone that we rated highly despite the niche buyer that it would likely appeal to. Although we had some reservations about […]
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New year, new leaks. This time, it’s Nokia with a pretty incredible rumored device that’ll sport both a Snapdragon 845 and a five camera lens system. Unbelievable? Maybe, but we’re intrigued either way. The leak comes from Chinese forum Baidu and claims that not only with the next Nokia Android flagship use Qualcomm’s next-gen processor, […]
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Samsung is holding off on the launch of the Galaxy S9, but that does not mean news about the new device was not swirling around CES 2018. While making comments at the event, Samsung head DJ Koh revealed the company plans to officially announce the Galaxy S9 at MWC 2018 in Spain. That date will […]
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Since the release of the official build of Android 8.0 Oreo a couple months ago, Android device owners have been waiting patiently for the update to roll out for their devices. The hope is this will be a quick process especially since Google started releasing developer preview builds much earlier in the year so manufacturers […]
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Fitbit’s upcoming smartwatch has leaked a few times before, but this is probably the best look we’ve gotten of the wearable yet. It’s still definitely a Fitbit smartwatch, and there are only so many form factors you can use for a watch, but the device still has a few tricks up its sleeve. The watch […]
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A new image was pulled off of Amazon’s internal servers that looks like their new Echo device with a built-in touchscreen. Unfortunately, the image appears to be a thumbnail, and the resolution is really, really low. No CSI enhance magic is going to work here. With that being said, we can still learn a few […]
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HTC has a new phone coming on May 16. It’s likely to be called the HTC U 11, and it’s apparently going to be very squeezable. Here’s everything we know about the HTC U 11, or HTC Ocean as it’s also known, so far.
Yesterday, the mysterious "Shadow Brokers" posted some hacking tools for Windows that were allegedly stolen from the NSA. All of them were at least a few years old, but exploited flaws in several versions of the operating system to move across networ…
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Samsung has been showcasing bendable display technology for a few years now, and a folding smartphone might finally become a reality. Internally code-named Project Valley, the Galaxy X could launch next year.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 is outselling the iPhone 6S and the 6S Plus. With that feat under its belt, it’s time to shift focus to next year’s flagship — the Galaxy S8. Here’s everything you need to know.
More rumors have finally surfaced about the mysterious Meizu smartwatch. A new leak shows purported images of the watch, and rumors point to a potential unveiling on August 10. Here’s everything you need to know.
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Already looking to see what’s up with the next Galaxy Note? Here’s a look at the latest news and rumors surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 6, or maybe the Galaxy Note 7, including talk of an early release to jump ahead of the next iPhone.
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HTC’s first big smartphone announcement of 2016 is probably going to be the HTC 10, at an event on April 12. Leaks have provided plenty of hints and speculation about the phone, so here’s what we think we know about it so far.
Forget about the iPhone 6S — that’s already old news. Rumors have already started to spread about Apple’s latest offering, the iPhone 7, a device we almost certainly won’t see until the end of 2016.
Sony will be holding a press conference at the upcoming MWC 2016 trade show, just like it normally does. Unfortunately, the next Xperia flagship won’t make an appearance. However, Sony may be prepping some other handsets for a release. Yesterday, a render leaked of what appears to be a yet to be release Sony-branded smartphone.
Sources say that the leaked render is of the Sony Xperia C6. Most of the design elements are similar to that of other Sony handsets. The most notable design element here is the handset’s razor thin bezels along the sides. Based off of rumors, the Xperia C6 could house a 5-inch display with a Full HD resolution. The handset may also include an octa-core processor from MediaTek, the Helio P10. Judging from these specs, the handset will be a mid-ranger, hopefully with an affordable price tag.
Based off the leaked render, the Xperia C6 will come in three colors, a dark grey, a silver, and a goldish-colored model. Perhaps we’ll find out more on the handset at MWC 2016, which is set to begin on February 22 in Barcelona.
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Rumors are gathering Huawei is working on the successor to the P8, it’s gorgeous 2015 flagship smartphone. The P9 may also be joined by the P9 Max, and we’ve got all the rumors and leaks regarding the phones right here.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 is reportedly on the way as early as January or February 2016. New renders show that the device will not feature a USB Type-C port, and a tweet from @evleaks shows four variants of the S7.
OnePlus has been rumored to be readying a OnePlus Mini since last year. All has been quite for several months, but the rumor mill is starting to heat up once again, with a last minute switch to a new name: the OnePlus X. Here’s everything we think we know about it.