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Coolpad Rouge Lands on T-Mobile for $50
By Luke Jones on Tuesday September 22, 2015

Coolpad, through carrier T-Mobile has rolled out a smartphone that costs just $50 unlocked, which is pretty much as affordable as you can get in the United States at the moment. The Coolpad Rouge will be available from the Magenta Network starting next Wednesday (September 30th), but how does this mega-budget device stack up?

Affordable ZTE ZMAX 2 Coming to AT&T
By admin on Tuesday September 22, 2015

ZTE is one of the few Chinese companies that launches handsets consistently, with the company's smartphones available across several price points. Slotting nicely into the budget range will be the ZMAX 2, an affordable device with a large screen that will be available on AT&T.

HTC Butterfly 3 and One M9+ Coming Sept 29th
By admin on Tuesday September 22, 2015

HTC has launched a bunch of high end smartphone this year, few of them have sold well and the company is in financial danger. However, the Taiwanese giant will keep on releasing flagship quality devices, with the Aura set to launch later in the year and the launch today of the Chinese exclusive Butterfly 3 and a global One M9+ smartphone.

Microsoft to Bundles Lumia 950 XL with 200 Euros Worth of Accessories
By Luke Jones on Monday September 21, 2015

We are pretty excited about the Lumia 950/950 XL. This handset will be the first flagship Microsoft has made, the first flagship for the Windows Platform in a long time, and the device that is going to show off what Windows 10 Mobile can do... and we hope that is a lot. This is the time for Microsoft to get serious with software and hardware, and the Lumia 950 XL and Windows 10 Mobile could be the perfect one-two punch.

ZTE S3003 Passes TENAA Without Rear Camera
By admin on Monday September 21, 2015

A new ZTE smartphone has passed through TENAA, which is the Chinese regulator that passes smartphones for certification in the country. The S3003 is an entry level device that comes with one striking feature, one that we do not expect in this age of mobile technology. The S3003 comes without a rear camera.

LG Debuts Metal LG Class
By Luke Jones on Monday September 21, 2015

We have heard plenty about the LG Class over the last couple of weeks, suggesting the mid-range handset was close to launching. Now the South Korean company has officially unveiled the new smartphone, however some of the specs are not what was previously reported.

New OnePlus Smartphone Render Leaks
By admin on Monday September 21, 2015

Earlier in the year OnePlus promised a new smartphone that would be design oriented and maybe not focused on specs. A potential first render of that handset has now been posted online and seems to show a device that will be smaller than the OnePlus 2 flagship.

ASUS Outs New ZenFone 2 Variant
By Luke Jones on Friday September 18, 2015

ASUS has unveiled a new variant of its rather excellent ZenFone 2. The new handset comes with an even more appealing price tag of $229, more than $100 more affordable that the 1080p display, 4GB of RAM/64GB storage version that made its debut earlier in the year.

LG Class Hands On Imgae
By admin on Thursday September 17, 2015

Yesterday we told you about the LG Class, a new smartphone that will arrive later in this month with some mid-range specs. The handset will be aimed at LG's own South Korean market and was teased briefly yesterday with its hardware and design barely seen in a render. The leak gods do like to keep given though and wouldn't you know it, today we are being treated to a genuine hands on look at the LG Class.

iPhone Upgrade Program gives you an iPhone for $32 Per Month
By Luke Jones on Thursday September 17, 2015

With carriers starting to decrease subsidized contracts it is easy to see how Apple could be one of the companies most affected by the change. With consumers having to pay full prices for smartphones, they are more likely to look for affordable device or those that offer bang for your buck. Apple's expensive iPhones may be out of the reach of many people, but Cupertino has a plan to solve that potential problem.