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HTC One X9: A Step in the Right Direction
By Luke Jones on Tuesday February 23, 2016

HTC announced the One X9 smartphone, and while it is not the flagship we all want, it is a step in the right direction and an improvement on the One A9, from which it is based. MobileBurn was hugely critical of the One A9 of course, from its lazy design to insulting price, we did not like the handset a great deal.

HTC Launches Desire 530, 630, and 825 ? Not a Gem among Them
By Josh Dasey on Tuesday February 23, 2016

HTC may not have unveiled its latest flagship at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona, but the company did take the curtain off a handful of new devices. The Desire 530, Desire 630, and Desire 825 are aimed at younger smartphone owners with their funky looks, but actually we think they represent more of the same from HTC, and that?s a problem.

Lenovo Debuts Vibe K5 and Vibe K5 Plus at MWC
By Josh Dasey on Tuesday February 23, 2016

Lenovo's presence at the Mobile World Conference (MWC) was fairly substantial, with the Chinese company unveiling new smartphones and tablets. In terms of handsets, the Motorola owner raised the curtain on a pair of devices that are aimed at the budget crowd. However, as we have become used to with Chinese companies, the Vibe K5 and K5 Plus provide a potent package for their humble price points.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Up Close: One Step Forward
By Micah Bartos on Tuesday February 23, 2016

We have already seen LG's new G5 flagship, a smartphone that aims for innovation. Samsung was never going to produce something as fresh with the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, and so it proves with the two flagships revealed at MWC. Sure, fresh innovation may be missing from these handsets, but instead Samsung has set about perfecting devices that were already among the very best on the market anyway.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Up Close: Winning Evolution
By Luke Jones on Tuesday February 23, 2016

We have already seen LG?s new G5 flagship, a smartphone that aims for innovation. Samsung was never going to produce something as fresh with the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, and so it proves with the two flagships revealed at MWC. Sure, fresh innovation may be missing from these handsets, but instead Samsung has set about perfecting devices that were already among the very best on the market anyway.

LG Infographic Shows G5 and Friends
By Ang Torres on Monday February 22, 2016

LG's G5 flagship landed at MWC with a pretty sizeable thud, bringing with it a modular design that lets users swap out the bottom of the handset to replace the battery, add microSD storage, or place an accessory on the G5.

LG Ramps Up VR Ambitions With 360 VR and 360 CAM
By Josh Dasey on Monday February 22, 2016

LG launched the rather excellent and utterly unique G5 here at Mobile World Conference (MWC) in Barcelona, a handset with a modular design that lets you swap the bottom for accessories (and gain access to a removable battery and storage expansion).

LG G5: Up Close
By Luke Jones on Monday February 22, 2016

LG has announced its new flagship smartphone, the G5, a handset that shows the South Korean company just can't sit still. Those familiar with last year's G4 and even the autumn launched V10 will know that the G5 is yet another radical departure from LG. The company is arguably the only one really changing up the look of its flagship output through each device.

Moto X Force Coming to India
By Ang Torres on Monday February 01, 2016

The beefy Moto X Force, with all its shatterproof screen rugged goodness, is making its debut in India, three months after its launch in other global regions. The Motorola device is the latest push from parent company Lenovo to get more market share in India, Lenovo is currently the fifth largest manufacturer in the country.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Flagships Receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow Now
By Pablo Jimenez on Monday February 01, 2016

Samsung has finally gotten around to rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow for its Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. It's just as well really as the current flagships are about to be replaced by the Galaxy S7 range at the end of February at MWC. So, at least many Galaxy S6 owners will have Marshmallow by then.