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    Gionee S Plus Officially Unveiled, a Mid-Range Handset for India

    Gionee's Indian division has officially unveiled the company's newest smartphone today, the Gionee S Plus, a budget handset that brings plenty of interesting specs with it. The device will be making its presence felt in India from next week and will cost the equivalent of $259USD in the colors of Dark Blue, Golden and White. That price tag represents solid bang for your buck. More

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    HTC One goes up against BlackBerry Priv with Friday Launch on AT&T

    The HTC One A9, a handset we have pretty much slammed on these pages, will be coming to AT&T in the United States on Friday. The Taiwanese company's newest flagship will be making its debut on November 6, and actually this shows a lack of marketing nous by HTC. More

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    Vodafone Says Nearly 2000 Customer Accounts Breached

    British based carrier Vodafone, the second largest telecommunications provider in the world, has announced that a recent hack resulted in some 1,827 customers having their account data stolen. Vodafone has been subjected to two attacks in October, with 20,000 customers on MVNO TalkTalk earlier last month. More

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    Samsung Galaxy J3 Coming to U.S.

    Samsung's budget Galaxy J3 smartphone (SM-J3109) has passed through the FCC for sales in the United States. We have been hearing about this handset for some time, but Samsung has yet to confirm the release of the Galaxy J3. The listing at the FCC reveals that the handset has LTE, 3G, and Wi-Fi connectivity. More

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    Amazon France Latest to Cut Price of Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL

    Amazon France, following the lead of Microsoft in the United Kingdom by cutting the price of the Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL. Before continuing, it is really worth noting that neither of these handsets have been released yet, meaning the price cut has happened while the devices are still in the pre-order phase. More

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    ZTE Blade L6 Passes FCC

    ZTE seems to have a new smartphone coming to the U.S. market after the Blade L6 passed through the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The regulatory body that passes devices for sale in the United States, with the new ZTE Blade L6 being the latest from the Chinese company. More

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    Sony's Smartphone Deal for James Bond did not Appeal to Star and Director, who wanted "the best"

    The latest James Bond movie Spectre is currently tearing up the box office at multiplexes around the world, and during the movie many people will see 007 rocking a Sony Xperia Z4 smartphones. Samsung's products are also on board, both companies paying a lot of money to be branded in the movie. However, it seems as though the star and director of the movie had reservations about using Sony smartphones. More

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    Huawei Honor Range getting Android 6.0 Marshmallow in February

    Huawei will be updating its Honor smartphones to Android 6.0 Marshmallow in February 2016, according to the Huawei Honor India division that issued the timeframe in a tweet. Indeed, those using the Honor 7 smartphone could be a part of a Marshmallow beta test in the coming weeks and months. More

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    Sony Image Sensor Likely to be Included in the Galaxy S7

    Sony's mobile image sensor division is making the difference for the company at the moment, driving profits while the Xperia smartphone company struggles to tread water. The Japanese giant has seen its sensors sweep the smartphone market, becoming the lens of choice for many of the company's rivals. Samsung, however typically uses its own sensors, but that will be about to change with the Galaxy S7. More

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    HTC Posts Dire Q3 Financials, No Light at the End of the Tunnel

    HTC has announced its third quarter financial report, and as you can probably guess, it is not good news for the struggling Taiwanese brand. Things have been getting progressively worse for HTC through the course of this year, even so bad as for the company's stock to crumble and it to lose virtually all of its brand value. More

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    Oppo A53m and A33m Smartphones Certified in China

    Oppo has had a pair of devices certified by 3C in China, the A53m and A33m, the latter of which has also passed through the TENAA certification body. Neither handset has been officially announced by Oppo just yet, but both are likely to land in the next month and will pad out the company's budget smartphone portfolio. More

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    HTC One M8 with Android 6.0 Marshmallow Receives Bluetooth Certification

    HTC said that is flagship devices like the One A9, One M9, and One M8 will be getting Android 6.0 Marshmallow within three months after the platform launched earlier this month. That means those handsets should be getting the update sometime in January, and that seems to be the case with the One M8 as the Marshmallow software for that handset received certification for Bluetooth SIG recently. More

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    Sony Xperia Z5 Arrives in Canada

    Sony's Xperia Z5 is the safe option flagship if you don't want to fork out the extra cash for the 4K screen packing Xperia Z5 Premium. It is a fantastic handset and one of the most rounded flagships on the market, sleek and powerful, the Xperia Z5 also boasts one of the best batteries on the market. The handset is now making its debut in North America, landing in Canada today. More

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    Nintendo's First Mobile Game is Underwhelming Miitomo

    Donkey Kong, Zelda, f*****g Mario! Just some of the classic and awesome characters that Nintendo has in its arsenal. The company announced its first ever smartphone game today, and well, it was none of those beloved gaming legends coming to device near you. Instead Nintendo rolled out a rather bland title called Miitomo. More

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    Qualcomm says Snapdragon 820 will not Overheat

    The Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor is the company's current flagship silicon, but it has been plagued with issues. It started off overheating, which led for smartphones (we're thinking the LG G Flex 2) to throttle the chipset and underperform. It has gotten better through the year, but largely an issue that has stayed with the silicon. Qualcomm is now smoothing things over by saying its upcoming Snapdragon 820 will have no such problems. More



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