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Huawei Unveils Mate S at IFA
By admin on Wednesday September 02, 2015

Huawei has officially unveiled the Mate S high end smartphone at its live event at the IFA trade show in Berlin. This handset slots nicely between the flagship P8/P8 Max and the mid-range Honor 7 and comes with some very appealing specs, a winning design, and if Huawei sticks to form an enticing price tag.

Sony Poster Reveals Three Xperia Z5 Variants
By Luke Jones on Wednesday September 02, 2015

A leaked poster shows that Sony is beefing up its Xperia Z flagship range with three new smartphones. Over the last few years the Z flagship has been accompanied by a Compact version, and again that will be the case with the Xperia Z5. So we know a Z5 Compact will land alongside the Xperia Z5 proper at IFA this week, but this poster reveals there will also be an Xperia Z5 Premium launched.

Huawei MateS Leaks Again
By Luke Jones on Tuesday September 01, 2015

One of the devices Huawei will be unveiling at IFA in Berlin later this week will be the MateS, a smartphone that has been teased and will apparently come with Force Touch technology. Now we are getting our first look at the handset with this leaked shot that seems to show a real, if blurry, render of Huawei's high end product.

Meizu ME5 Flagship Specs
By Luke Jones on Tuesday September 01, 2015

Meizu, complete with its brand new logo says that it sold 3 million smartphones during the last month, a figure that has been roughly maintained throughout the year. A portfolio of top quality smartphones in 2015 have helped propel the Chinese company to the elite and yesterday the company said it would be releasing a flagship ME5 at the end of the year.

What is the Motorola Bounce?
By Luke Jones on Monday August 31, 2015

Motorola has not released many smartphone over the last few years, preferring to stick to a core few handsets in the Moto and DROID ranges... oh yes, there was also the Nexus 6. However, under Lenovo?s wing the company has more backing and security so can experiment with more smartphone releases. Which brings us nicely to the Motorola Bounce.

Xiaomi Mi 4c Coming in October
By Luke Jones on Monday August 31, 2015

Xiaomi is working on the Mi 4c smartphone, a limited edition version of its Mi 4 flagship, a device that has been leaked over the last week. The handset has already received certification from TENAA in China, which typically means a device is just around the corner.

Lenovo Phab Plus is a Smartphone with a Huge Screen
By Luke Jones on Monday August 31, 2015

Is it a smartphone or is it a tablet? Lenovo is sort of aiming for the former, which makes its newly announced Phab Plus among the biggest smartphones available. This enormous handset comes with a massive 6.8-inch screen, which is much larger than just about any other mainstream smartphone on the market.

Huawei Honor 7 Coming to Europe
By Luke Jones on Friday August 28, 2015

Huawei has officially confirmed its Honor 7 smartphone for the European market, where the company will be hoping for even some of the success the device has enjoyed so far. Nine million units have been pre-ordered in China, and while that is not a guarantee of purchase (as it would be in other countries) it does mean plenty of people are interested in the new mid-range device.

HTC Desire 626 Arrive on Verizon for $192
By Luke Jones on Friday August 28, 2015

The HTC Desire 626 is unlikely to turn the company's fortunes around, especially with its very modest specs. The handset is relatively affordable and good-looking though and is now making its debut on Verizon and will cost a rather reasonable $192 unlocked from Big Red.

Gigaset Smartphone Coming from Former Siemens Division
By admin on Friday August 28, 2015

We remember back in the good old days of feature phones when many companies we now admire so much were not really big names at all. LG, Apple, and even Samsung had little market presence, while the likes of HTC were finding their feet and the likes of Xiaomi and Maize did not even exist. This was a mobile market dominated by Nokia, but there was also a company called Siemens, and it was among the biggest mobile companies in the world.