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Samsung Galaxy S6 has Worse Battery Life than Galaxy S5, But it?s Not that Bad
By Luke Jones on Thursday March 26, 2015

PhoneArena has found that battery life on the recently announced Samsung Galaxy S6 is below that of its predecessor, the Galaxy S5. That of course is a rather remarkable stat considering battery power is becoming a very important spec for consumers. The fact that the juicer in the Galaxy S6 is not removable has already been criticized and it seems with good reason. However, there are some factors at play that should be discussed.

HTC One M9 Plus Event April 8th
By admin on Thursday March 26, 2015

HTC's recently launched One M9 flagship divided opinion, an extremely good handset for sure, but perhaps too close to the One M8 for comfort. In terms of some of the other flagships currently finding their way to the market, one could even argue that the One M9 is a little undercut in terms of specs and HTC could have gone one step further.

Samsung and LG Confirms Bendy Smartphones in 2016
By Luke Jones on Thursday March 26, 2015

Samsung and LG both have smartphones that employ curved glass technology, while Samsung has gone a step further with devices sporting actual folding glass. However, in the development stage glass that can be rolled, folded, bent and twisted is in development. Both LG and Samsung have said 2016 could be the date that the first devices with this technology come to the market.

Xiaomi Five Year Birthday Event, New Wearable?
By Luke Jones on Thursday March 26, 2015

Xiaomi is such a big name in the smartphone world these days that it is hard to remember that the company was only formed in 2010. The brand has enjoyed a meteoric rise in China since then and Xiaomi is now nearing its fifth birthday. The date is March 31st and Xiaomi has plans to celebrate turning five years old.

Apple Dominated Enterprise Activations in Q4 2014
By admin on Wednesday March 25, 2015

It is public knowledge that Apple dominated the fourth quarter of last year, the all-important Holiday Season. However, the extent of Cupertino's success is still providing stunning statistics, with the latest numbers coming from Good Technology. The company?s Mobility Index Report for the fourth quarter of 2014 shows that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were the runaway smartphone leaders throughout the period.

Huawei Bringing Honor 4X to India
By Luke Jones on Wednesday March 25, 2015

Huawei has announced that the Honor 4X budget smartphone is to be launched in India. The handset was launched back in December as a Chinese exclusive, but following compatriot Xiaomi, Huawei has decided to roll out the device in India too. Chinese companies are aggressively targeting India this year and are making headway in the next major smartphone market.

AT&T Updating Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to Android Lollipop
By Luke Jones on Wednesday March 25, 2015

AT&T started rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the newer versions that removes "Interruptions" too. While it is fully expected that Samsung's newest phablet flagship is getting the latest version of Android, the fact the Galaxy Note 3 is also receiving Lollipop today is a little more surprising.

US Cellular will Carry LG G Flex 2 from This Week
By Luke Jones on Wednesday March 25, 2015

The LG G Flex 2 has been out in the wild for a couple of months and is available in the United States through Sprint. However, the Now Network's exclusive hold on the curved screen smartphone is coming to end though as US Cellular has announced that it will start selling the G Flex 2 as well. The carrier will begin selling the device March 26 (Thursday) and will even undercut Sprint on price.

Apple Patent Adds Zoom Lens to Camera Module
By Luke Jones on Wednesday March 25, 2015

While Apple uses a relatively small 8 megapixel camera on its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but the shooter is among the best smartphone snappers on the market. The company takes the photography side of its handset seriously and is taking things a step further with a new patent. Apple applied for and was awarded a patent for a new type of mobile camera technology that would add a zoom lens to the module.

Microsoft Apps Come Pre-Installed on Samsung Products
By Luke Jones on Tuesday March 24, 2015

Microsoft makes a lot of money from Android, and the company is certainly going to be looking for ways to cross platforms more often in the future. Teaming up with the biggest Android name, Samsung, is certainly one way to go about it. When Samsung launched the Galaxy S6 earlier this month, one of the big surprises was the inclusion of several Microsoft apps and services pre-installed on the Android running flagship.