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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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    Android One Lands in Africa with Infinix HOT 2

    Google is certainly spreading the wings of Android One, with a new handset that will bring the platform to Africa for the first time. After going quiet for nearly a year, the project is now back in full swing and following the solidly spec'd Lava Pixel V1 last month comes the Infinix HOT 2. Yeah, silly name for sure, but the device lives up to the Android One ethos and delivers a nice looking package for the price too. More

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    Xiaomi Redmi 2 Priced for Global Market

    Xiaomi launched its impressive Redmi Note 2 last week, with a price tag of just $125 in China it is a genuine bargain. However, we expected that affordability would change when the well spec'd handset made its way to other global regions. And so it is, as Xiaomi has revealed the Redmi Note 2 is going global (sort of) and will actually be more expensive. Don't worry though as the device is still something of a bargain. More

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    LeTV Teases Snapdragon 820 Smartphone

    LeTV has made a splash recently. The newly formed company (that has backing from mega brand Lenovo) became the fastest to ever sell one million smartphones, its devices becoming an instant success in China. Now LeTV is potentially aiming for another first as it teased a smartphone that will be running the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820. More

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    Android 6.0 Marshmallow is Official

    Google officially announced that Android M, announced by the company earlier in the year, will be called Android Marshmallow when it launches. The company rolled out a statue of the Android robot carrying a large marshmallow to announce the name, while Google also revealed that the next full build will otherwise be known as Android 6.0. More

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    Samsung Preparing Galaxy O Range of Smartphones

    Galaxy S, Galaxy Note, Galaxy A, Galaxy J, and myriad other models. Samsung already has a pretty significant handset portfolio, and in fact the company has trimmed and streamlined its output. That will not stop the South Korean launching more smartphones, with a new series of handsets apparently being prepped for launch. More

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    LG's Second NUCLUN Chips Bests Samsung's Exynos 7420

    LG and Samsung share plenty of similarities, and beyond their smartphone businesses too. Following in Samsung's footsteps last year, LG decided to create its own processor division, debuting its own NUCLUN chipset. That processor only made in LG's own South Korea, but the next NUCLUN silicon is likely to have wider appeal as it will be a full flagship processor. More

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    Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge +

    As expected, Samsung unveiled a new variant of its Galaxy S6 Edge in the form of the beefier and more powerful Galaxy S6 Edge +. Think of this as the big brother of the first model, a big brother that has been shown even more love perhaps, ready to take on everything with market leading specs and enhanced software. More

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    Apple Dominates US Smartphone Sales over Samsung

    Samsung said it would not launch the Galaxy Note 5 in the UK for market reasons, the United Kingdom is Apple dominated with 34% of smartphone sales going to the iPhone. But what about the United States? We smell a whiff of hypocrisy in the air as this is also an Apple dominated market but yet the Galaxy Note 5 will land stateside... those poor Brits! More

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    Samsung Galaxy Note 5 not coming to the UK

    Sad news for Samsung fans in the United Kingdom as the Korean company confirmed that it will not be launching the Galaxy Note 5 in the country until 2016. That breaks a tradition as the previous four Note smartphones all landed in the UK at the same time as other regions, while the nation is still one of Samsung?s primary markets, including being the biggest in Europe. More

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    Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Unpacked Video (Watch Now or See it Again)

    Samsung's latest phablet flagship, the Galaxy Note 5, has been announced. The Korean company launched its new smartphone yesterday at a big event, and while all the info is already out there, perhaps you like your details in moving images and sound. Yes, we are talking about video, so if you missed Sammy's Unpacked Event to launch the Galaxy Note 5, you can check it out in full right here. More



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