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Meizu's MX4 Pro Is the Definition of Flagship
By Luke Jones on Wednesday November 19, 2014

Meizu's MX4 flagship is a solid device that was launched earlier in the year, but there have been persistent rumors of late that the company would update the device as a sort of superphone version. That handset has arrived today in the form of the Meizu MX4 Pro, a device that lands with just about every flagship box checked.

NAND Memory Causing Random iPhone 6 Shutdowns
By Luke Jones on Wednesday November 19, 2014

A monster seller and worldwide record crusher the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus may be, but the devices have not been without their fair share of problems, and it seems that have another. Some owners of the handsets with storage capacity of 64GB or 128GB are complaining that random crashes and reboots are occurring when the device is housing a large amount of apps. The issue is also being reported by iPad users with the same internal storage configuration.

Android Lollipop Has App Switcher Bug
By Luke Jones on Wednesday November 19, 2014

With Android 5.0 Lollipop rolling out now and set to find its way to millions of devices in the coming weeks and months, there are bound to be some hitches. Every new software has some bugs to iron out and Google's latest is no different. So, while Lollipop has the elegant Material Design, a new slew of features, and improved security, it also has a couple of early teething problems.

Samsung: Flexible Bendy Smartphones In 2015
By Luke Jones on Wednesday November 19, 2014

Last week we showed you LG's road map to have bending foldable smartphones (and other products) by 2017, but it seems the company's compatriot Samsung is going to move quicker than that. Samsung is of course one of the leading lights in this tech, with the company's Project YOUM and current Galaxy Note Edge smartphone are paving the way in this field.

Microsoft says Microsoft Band Sold More Than Suggested
By Luke Jones on Tuesday November 18, 2014

Microsoft's first ever wearable (the Microsoft Band) has been available for a couple of weeks now and it went of stock rather quickly. So, does that mean that it was a big success or were there only limited numbers of the product released for sale? Well, that depends on who you listen to.

HTC One M8 for Windows Phone arrives on T-Mobile
By Luke Jones on Tuesday November 18, 2014

HTC's One M8 landed on Windows a couple of months back and was limited to just Verizon at first. At the start of this month the device made an appearance on T-Mobile's website and the carrier said that the smartphone flagship was "coming soon" and was not yet ready for roll out. Well, the good news is that the One M8 for Windows Phone is now ready to go and will be available from tomorrow.

Huawei 2015 Smartphone Roadmap Leaks
By Luke Jones on Tuesday November 18, 2014

PhoneArena says it has received a document that claims to show Huawei's smartphone roadmap for next year, showing the roster of devices added to the company's portfolio in 2015.

Huge Dominance for the iPhone 6
By Luke Jones on Tuesday November 18, 2014

It goes without saying that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have been huge successes, the most successful smartphones Apple has ever made in fact. Over the last 30 days it is no surprise to see that the new handsets have dominated Cupertino's smartphone sales, even though the company also has the iPhone 5s and 5c on the market.

Nokia N1 Tablet is Wholesale iPad Mini
By Luke Jones on Tuesday November 18, 2014

Just a few days ago Nokia said it would no longer make smartphones in an era of the company post Microsoft buyout of the company's devices division. However, the Finnish company did say it would license the Nokia name for other companies to use on products, and the first of those devices arrives today in the surprising form of the Nokia N1 tablet.

Android 5.0 Lollipop arrives on Nexus 4, 5, 7 and 10
By Luke Jones on Tuesday November 18, 2014

As was widely predicted, Google is now dishing out Android 5.0 Lollipop to its older Nexus products, a week after the new Nexus 9 and Nexus 6 arrived with the software. The latest roll out is for the Nexus 4, 5, 7 and 10, with a number of people confirming on Twitter that their devices are starting to get the bump via an over the air update.