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    Xiaomi Ferrari with Mid-Range Specs

    Brand tie in or just codename? A new Xiaomi smartphone has found its way to GFXBench for benchmarking scores and is using the name "Ferrari". Is Xiaomi working with the Italian sports car manufacturer in the same way BlackBerry and Porsche did, or is this merely a codename? The latter is more likely, but a Ferrari smartphone would be something we would like to see whether it is with Xiaomi or not. More

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    Xiaomi MiPad Sells Out in Seconds

    While we still wait for Xiaomi?s arrival in Europe and the USA, the company has made its way to India and has enjoyed the kind of success that put it on the map in China. The company launched the Xiaomi MiPad in India on Tuesday and the device has been a runaway success. More

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    HTC Butterfly 3 Due April/May with Quad HD Screen

    The new version of HTC's Butterfly range has been rumored for the best part of a month, and we already know it will be a typically flagship bothering smartphone. The Japan exclusive (it will likely get a global roll out later under a different name) will be the first HTC handset to carry a Quad HD screen. Yes, not even the company?s recently announced One M9 flagship can boast that. More

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    Sony Xperia J1 Compact

    While Sony is playing the waiting game before launching the Xperia Z4 flagship, the company did announced the Xperia J1 Compact last week. The handset seems to be a Japan exclusive, but we hope one day Sony will decide to bring its solid specs and dinky size to other shores. More

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    Nexus 5 Receiving Android 5.1 Now

    The recently discontinued Nexus 5 may not be available to buy anymore, but Google is not abandoning the device and will continue to update it to the newest versions of Android for a long time yet. In fact, the smartphone will always be among the first to get new Android builds, so it comes as no surprise that the Nexus 5 is now receiving an over-the-air update to Android 5.1. More

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    HTC One M9 is not desirable to One M8 Owners

    Something that was plainly clear when HTC launched the One M9 last month that the handset was very similar to the HTC One M8 that it followed. With such similarities it was reasonable to think that many people may not see the need in upgrading to the One M9 if they are already rocking the older flagship. That seems to be the case according to CompareMyMobile, a British company specializing in smartphone trade-ins. More

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    Sony Cosmos Sefie Smartphone Leak

    We've been hearing about a new Sony smartphone recently that will apparently play to the selfie crowd, called the Sony Cosmos. This handset will be a replacement for the Xperia C3, a device that also comes with an above averages front facing camera. Today, there is a fresh image of the Cosmos and the front camera module is clear to see. More

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    LG G4 Will Not Be Metal, But Who Cares?

    It seems that metal is the material of choice for manufacturers wanting a premium looking (and feeling) smartphone, but what about good old plastic? Samsung was often derided for using plastic on its flagships when the likes of Apple and HTC were using metal. Now, most manufactures, Samsung included are building their high end smartphones from metal, but there are a few hold outs still sticking to plastic. More

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    Lenovo Launches K3 Note

    Lenovo has released a new smartphone in China today called the Lenovo K3 Note and it will compete with the likes of Xiaomi at and Meizu in the mega-affordable smartphone market. The handset comes with a price tag of just $145, although it is likely to be exclusive to China or other emerging markets. More

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    TAG Heuer Smartwatch Coming Today

    While the smartwatch has currently been an avenue for tech companies to explore, more traditional watch manufacturers will start to come to the market. While these old names may not be technologically advanced, they know what makes a good timepiece. One of the best in the game, Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer is about to launch its first smartwatch today (March 19th). More

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    Huawei Schedules April 15th London Event for P8 Flagship Launch

    Chinese company Huawei has sent us an invite for a London press event that will take place on April 15th, where the new P8 flagship smartphone will reportedly be launched. The event will kick off at 3pm Greenwich local time and is interesting because a London launch could mean that Huawei will focus the P8 on foreign markets as well as its Chinese homeland. More

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    HTC One M9 Hitting Americas April 10th

    HTC held an even yesterday and the company's Americas president, Jason Mackenzie, detailed when the One M9 flagship will be launching in the United States, and indeed all of North and South America. He revealed that the handset will be rolling out on April 10th, meaning only three more weeks to wait for consumers in those regions who want to get their hands on the One M9. More

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    OnePlus One to be More Expensive in Europe from Next Week

    While OnePlus has had plenty of hiccups over the last year, the company has built as very strong relationship with its customers, perhaps more so than any other smartphone company. That was in evidence again today as the Chinese brand took the time to announce that the OnePlus One handset will become more expensive in Europe. More

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    Android 5.1 Lollipop Bound for the Motorola DROID Turbo

    Motorola is one of the best companies if you want the latest version of Android on your device quickly. The company has already updated most of its modern portfolio, but surprisingly the Motorola DROID Turbo is still sitting on KitKat. That's a surprise because the handset was the last Motorola launched before the Moto E this month, the Verizon exclusive with blockbuster specs landed in November last year. More

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    HTC Not Happy with AT&T One M9 Android Updates

    AT&T is behind its carrier rivals in the United States in terms of upgrading the HTC One M8 to the latest versions of Android. The network only brought Android 4.4.4 KitKat to the handset in January, months after Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. While those networks are now looking to an upgrade to Android 5.0 Lollipop, it seems AT&T is still lagging behind, and it is something HTC is aware of. More



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