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    Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL Comes to MetroPCS and T-Mobile

    If you want a budget device you are really spoilt for choice these days, with numerous handsets marrying solid specs with good designs and affordable price tags. Alcatel has been in the budget market longer than most and the company's OneTouch Fierce XL is making a debut in the United States. More

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    Samsung View Launching November 6 at $600

    Samsung introduced the Galaxy View yesterday, a giant tablet with an 18.4-inch screen, but while the company detailed the specs it did not say when the View will arrive or indeed how much it would cost. It wouldn't be much of a story if details on those two things were not now trickling in, so thankfully that is exactly what is happening. More

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    iOS 9.2 Beta Available for All Compatible iPhones

    The Public Beta of iOS 9.2 has been made available to everyone by Apple, or at least those who have a compatible iPhone that is. The days of betas being solely for developers has long gone, and if you so choose you can check out build 9.2 of Apple's iOS platform, although it is worth remembering that this is not the finished and polished version that will be rolled out over the air in the coming weeks. More

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    Galaxy A5 Sequel Passes Bluetooth 4.1 Certification

    We recently reported that the sequels to the Galaxy A3 and the Galaxy A7 had passed through benchmark software, showing their specs along the way. Follow ups for the Galaxy A5 and the Galaxy A8 were absent, but it seems that at least the former does exist as the new Galaxy A5 has received its Bluetooth certification. More

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    Sony Xperia Z5 Compact Unlocked on Amazon in the United States

    We love Sony's new flagship range because there is something for everyone. Want bleeding edge specs and innovation, opt for the Xperia Premium, for a rounded flagship experience the Xperia Z5 is a good option, while if you want arguably the most potent small screened smartphone on the market then the Xperia Z5 Compact is a good bet. Speaking of the Z5 Compact, it is making its debut in the United States, heading to online retail giant Amazon. More

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    Breaking Down Samsung's Q3 Results

    Samsung is continuing its expansion back to growth with another solid quarterly period. The company announced its third quarter results in which Samsung Electronics increased both revenue and profit year on year. Throughout 2015 the Korean giant has been trying to get back to growth after a poor 2014 dogged by a loss of market share and a decline in sales. More

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    DROID Turbo 2 and DROID MAXX 2 Available from Verizon Today

    Verizon has revealed that its two Motorola exclusive, the DROID MAXX 2 and the DROID Turbo 2, are available to purchase from today. Of course, Big Red only has exclusivity on those handsets inside the United States, around the world the MAXX 2 is known as the Moto X Play, while the Turbo 2 was announced as the Moto X Force in other regions of the world. More

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    Microsoft Giving Away Display Dock for Lumia 950/Lumia 950 XL for Free

    One of the best things about the Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL flagships announced earlier this month was the Continuum software that allows them to be hooked up to a screen and used as a fully functioning PC. The handsets themselves are excellent, but this feature was unique and difference maker, although it came with one significant caveat. More

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    LG Turns Profit in Q3 Amid Downturn

    LG is proving that you simply cannot stand still in the smartphone market as the company's third quarter financials reveal worrying signs for the future. LG propelled itself into the big leagues with the fantastic G3 flagship, and the company looked on the cusp of something massive. However, the G4 was too incremental, safe where the G3 was bold, and the result has been stuttering financials. More

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    Samsung Tops Smartphone Market in Q3

    Strategy Analysts has released data that shows Samsung outsold rival Apple almost 2 to 1 in the third quarter to re-confirm its position as the number one smartphone manufacturer on the market. Well most outlets will peg this as an interesting Samsung vs. Apple debate, it really isn't, for several reasons. However, it does say a lot about Samsung's market position in the long term and how the company is dealing with a poor 2014. More

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    Motorola Launching DROID Turbo 2 as Moto X Force Globally

    Motorola and Verizon announced the DROID Turbo 2 yesterday, a decked out flagship with rugged build and a ShatterSheild screen. As always, Motorola will also launch the handset in other regions, without the DROID name and with Verizon on board. That international variant has been announced today as the Moto X Force, which becomes the company's most spec'd out smartphone (the Moto X Pure Edition is the flagship still). More

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    Sony Makes Money from Cameras, Xperia Still Struggling

    Sony has revealed its third quarter financial results and the date shows that the company's smartphone business continues to falter, while its image sensor division keeps flourishing. More

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    OnePlus X Launches is Design in Mind

    OnePlus has been promising a second smartphone of 2015 since the start of the year. After the company launched the OnePlus Two in September it turned its attention to what was revealed officially today as the OnePlus X. You may remember that OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei said that the device would be design oriented, so does the OnePlus X meet that criteria? More

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    Huawei Soars, Ships 27 Million Smartphones in Third Quarter

    Huawei is continue to enhance its position in the smartphone market. The Chinese company is currently locked in a fight for third place in the market against the likes of Xiaomi, Lenovo/Motorola, and LG. Huawei's third quarter shipments suggest that company may be the front runner to take that third position at the end of this year. More

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    Sony CEO Talks Up Image Sensor Business

    Sony may be struggling in the smartphone market (despite launching excellent devices), but the company is thriving in one other mobile area. We are talking about mobile image sensors of course, where Sony enjoys a dominant market share and supplied camera tech to many of its smartphone rivals. Indeed, the company is doing so well in this area that it re-strategized to make image sensors its primary focus moving forward. More



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