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    OnePlus 2 Recieves OxygenOS 2.0.1

    The OnePlus 2 has been with us nearly a month and has won plenty of praise since launch, the Flagship Killer's high end specs and low price appealing to well over one million interested consumers. The Chinese company has now released an updated version of its own software for the OnePlus 2, with OxygenOS 2.0.1 arriving on the handset over the air right now. More

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    Apple's iPhone 6s Up for Pre-Orders September 11th

    Apple unveiled the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus during September in 2014 and the company has been widely tipped to do the same with the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus this year. That potential September announcement has now become much more likely as a French carrier as reportedly leaked that pre-orders will start on September 11th and the device will start shipping on the 18th. More

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    Huawei Honor 7i Official with Flipping Single Camera

    Huawei has raised the curtain on its newest smartphone, the Honor 7i, a mid-range smartphone that has been leaked plenty of times in recent weeks. You may remember that this is the quirky device with the sliding front facing camera, and those rumors were indeed true. However, while it was predicted to be a sliding camera, it is actually a flipping system that delivers the weirdest camera idea since Oppo's N3. More

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    Gartner Says Android Still Dominates, although iOS Grows

    Gartner has released its latest market figures that reveal which operating systems are in front in terms of coverage, and the results are hardly surprising. Indeed, the state of the smartphone market remained the same as it has for the last few years, with Android in front, Apple just behind, and Windows Phone way back in third... the rest barely registering. More

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    Microsoft's New Smartphones Landing in October

    September and IFA comes around too soon for Microsoft and its upcoming Windows 10 Mobile platform. The company may still have a presence at the event, but do not expect any major announcements on its software or any upcoming smartphones. However, October is much more likely and reports today suggest that Microsoft will hold an event in October to detail Windows 10 Mobile and to showcase some new Lumia smartphones. More

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    iPad Pro Coming in November?

    The idea of an iPad Pro has been with us for a few years now, but since Apple tied up a deal with IBM last year that will probably expand enterprise, the iPad Pro rumor have gained even more traction. Now sources in Apple's supply chain are suggesting that the iPad Pro will be announced this year, during November in fact. More

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    Sony Announces Xperia J1 Compact: The Phantom Pain Edition

    We are almost certainly going to see more smartphone tie ins with media such as music, movies, games, and TV. The reverse (i.e. product placements) has been common in those mediums for some time, but increasingly we are seeing themed special edition handsets, like the recent Samsung Galaxy S6 with Avengers colors. The latest such product is the Sony Xperia J1 Compact: The Phantom Pain. More

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    HTC O2 Has Massive Specs

    HTC's next smartphone flagship is starting to show up all the time in leaks and reports, and the latest details the monster specs of the device. Interestingly this will be a standalone high end smartphone and not a part of the Taiwanese company's M flagship brand. That means this new handset will not be called the One M10 but will instead be known as the HTC O2. More

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    Verizon will not Support Samsung Pay

    Samsung's newly launched Samsung Pay has suffered an early blow in one of the biggest economic markets as Verizon has revealed it will not offer support for the mobile payment system. Samsung Pay is coming to the United States on September 28th and out of the four major carriers in the country T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T will be offering the service. More

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    Samsung Galaxy O, a Oculus Rift Collaboration?

    Earlier in the week we told you about a new Samsung series that was due for launch later in the year, the Galaxy O range. There has been speculation as to where the new handsets would fit into Samsung's portfolio, after-all the company has a lot of smartphones at various different price points. A new report now suggests that the Galaxy O will be a virtual reality oriented smartphone created in conjunction with Oculus Rift... So, Galaxy Oculus then? More

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    LG Trademarks G Edge Smartphone Name

    LG has gained ground in the smartphone market over the last few years, but 2015 has been tough for the company and South Korean rival Samsung has pulled ahead again. LG has never been shy about copying its larger compatriot and it seems as though history may repeat itself as the company has taken out a trademark for G Edge. More

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    Petition Launched to make Samsung Release Galaxy Note 5 in Europe

    We revealed last week that Samsung will not be launching the Galaxy Note 5 in Europe, saying the old continent will be focused on the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus instead. However, the Edge Plus is not the Note 5, it lacks the rich features, performance, and S Pen, and needless to say plenty in Europe (and even non-Europeans like us) are miffed about it. More

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    ASUS Schedules IFA Event for September 2nd

    Asus is usually a presence at the IFA trade show in Berlin, Germany, and this year will be no different with the Taiwanese company confirming a press event for September 2nd. Of course, that?s a pre-IFA event as normal, and the company is expected to launch a new smartphone and a new smartwatch. More

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    Here's where the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will Launch (Country List)

    We told you last week about Samsung's bombshell announcement that the Galaxy Note 5 will not be coming to the UK or Europe this year. Man, are we still pissed about that! It seems that the phablet flagship will arrive on that continent next year (we hope, Samsung has yet to confirm), but plenty of other nations around the world have been pencilled in for the S Pen packing Galaxy Note 5. More

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    Is Apple Going Larger? iPhone 6s to have 5-inch Screen Claims Foxconn Source

    It seems that Apple is going to up the screen size of the iPhone once again, with sources inside Foxconn suggesting a 5-inch model is being developed. Foxconn is Apple's chief manufacturer, so the company knows more about the behind the scenes development of iOS products than most, although there is no outright proof that the insider is telling the truth in this case. More



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