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    Motorola Moto X Play Delivers Plenty for Under $300

    Motorola today announced the Moto X Style, a stunning flagship with a price of just $400. The company did not finish there with the surprises though and also launched the Moto X Play, a midrange device that also displays the Moto X name. The company is on a roll because the Play is a very well spec'd device that also packs a very enticing price tag, and in fact real compromises seem to be short. More

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    Motorola Wows with Budget Friendly Moto X Style Flagship

    A day after OnePlus launched its Flagship Killer, the OnePlus 2, the company suddenly has stern competition from Motorola after the US brand responded with the Moto X Style. This is the company's brand new flagship, but unlike previous entries in the Moto X series, this handset comes at an extremely affordable price and has specs to worry any other high end device, including the OnePlus 2. More

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    OnePlus 2, the 2015 Flagship Killer in Depth

    OnePlus has launched its Flagship Killer for 2016, the OnePlus 2 is the company's newest device and lands as a very appealing smartphone that comes with an enticing price tag. With most of the details already out there, here is our guide to the OnePlus 2: More

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    Xiaomi Mi 5 Leak Reveals Bezel-less Design

    Plenty of companies are adopting a bezel-less design for their smartphones and it seems that landscape bezels at least will be a thing of the past one day. Manufacturers are trying to get a superior screen to body ratio, and Xiaomi will be among them when it launches its next flagship handset, the Mi 5. More

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    Lava Pixel V1 is a Good Android One Device

    Android One has not taken off in the way we thought it would, and we assume it is the same for Google. The project aimed to unify Android with devices built to run the software, with Google helping in terms of design and specs. However, after three devices last year (Karbonn Sparkle V, the Micromax Canvas A1, and the Spice Dream UNO) things have gotten quiet on the Android One front. A new device launched Lava is putting the spotlight back onto the initiative, marking the first Android One handset this year. More

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    Sony Xperia C5 Ultra Specs and Design

    Sony is working on a new high end smartphone developing under the codename Lavender, although it is set to be called the Xperia C5 Ultra. The rumoured handset comes with a radical new design for the company with a bezel-less screen to body ratio and will arrive as a sequel to last year's Xperia C4. More

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    App Store has Fewer Apps than Google Play Store

    Apple's App Store is a triumph and the company loves to boast just how much, frequently reeling off impressive stats to back up the store's position. However, Cupertino of course stays quiet about other areas, specifically the ones where the App Store loses to Android's Google Play Store. At the WWDC keynote recently CEO Tim Cook did not mention how many apps were now available, because the App Store has less that the Google Play Store. More

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    Xiaomi Sold 5.1 Million Redmi 2A Handsets in 3 Months

    At the close of the first quarter, Xiaomi announced the mega-affordable Redmi 2A, a variant of its Redmi 2 that was even more of a bargain. Three months later and with the second quarter closed for business the Chinese company has revealed that the budget Redmi 2A has been a monster success over its first period on sale. More

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    LG President Confirms Second Flagship this Year

    LG has already said that it will launch a second flagship standard smartphone this year following the launch of the G4. That handset will differentiate itself by being a professional oriented flagship that will either be called the G4 Pro or the G Pro 3. The South Korean company (which was subject of a Google buyout rumor this week) has no reconfirmed that a premium device is indeed imminent. More

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    Huawei Mate 7 Plus coming to IFA, not Mate 8

    Huawei has a new smartphone ready to launch at its scheduled September 2nd event at the IFA trade show in Berlin, but the handset getting announced is unlikely to be the Mate 8. When the press event was first teased it was thought that the Mate 8 would be the subject of the launch, but it now seems a revamped version of the current Mate 7 will be launched instead. More

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    Microsoft CEO Admits Poor Windows Flagship Output

    I have been saying on these pages for some time that Microsoft's lack of flagship devices on the Windows Phone platform is hurting the company. There are an array of very good (some of the best in fact) budget smartphones on the platform, but in terms of high end handsets there is scant choice. Even the Lumia 930, Lumia 1520, and HTC One M8 are aging and not current flagships, and the lack of high end quality has now been acknowledged by Microsoft's CEO. More

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    Apple Watch Exceeded Expectations Says Tim Cook

    Apple did not reveal exact figures for the Apple Watch for its first quarter on sale, lumping it into the "other" category in its earnings call. However, considering that category rose some 49% year-on-year it seems that the company?s first wearable played a big part in that hike. Sales for the device are reported to be solid and meeting expectations, but not the runaway success some had predicted. More

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    OnePlus 2 Specs Revealed through TENAA

    The OnePlus 2 is going to be launched on July 27th, the sequel to the company's original OnePlus One Flagship Killer. There have been plenty leaks regarding the specs of the handset, but today we can see a first official confirmation of the hardware OnePlus will use. The company has not offered the information, but the OnePlus 2 passed through TENAA and revealed all the finer details of its specs. More

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    Google to Buy LG? Rumor Denied as Shares Rise

    There has been a rather surprising rumor out of South Korea today with several reports suggesting that Google is interested in buying electronics giant LG. The result has been LG's shares soaring at the prospect of the company falling under the wing of the Android owner. More

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    Apple iPhone Sales Beat Wall Street, iPad Struggles Again

    Apple today released sales and financial figures for its fiscal third quarter and the news is good for the iPhone and Apple Watch, but continues to be very worrying for the iPad. The company bested Wall Street expectations, but only just, and after a number of periods of decimating analyst predictions there was a backlash. Apple's shares tumbled after the earnings call, but the raw figures remain impressive. More



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