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Moto Luge heading to Verizon as probably Moto G variant
By Luke Jones on Monday August 25, 2014

Motorola has a pretty busy end of the year ahead as the company could be releasing up to eight new smartphones to the market. You can even add a ninth to that as the American brand is teaming up with Verizon to launch the Moto Luge, a handset that will be launched on August 28th.

Rumour Roundup: Samsung Galaxy Note 4
By Luke Jones on Wednesday August 20, 2014

Samsung's Galaxy Note range is responsible for creating an entire smartphone niche, not bad for a company often accused of failing to be innovative. The phablet (large screen smartphones) trend was started by the Korean company and ever since the Galaxy Note has dominated the market.

Rumour roundup: Motorola Shamu
By Luke Jones on Saturday August 16, 2014

Motorola is going to launch a new Moto X+1, a new Moto G, and the Moto 360 wearable in a couple of weeks. That?s all a fact, you can take it to the bank as the company has sent invites for a September 4th press event in Chicago, and those teaser invites were not very subtle.

Huawei's Ascend D7 to hit IFA
By Luke Jones on Thursday August 14, 2014

Chinese juggernaut Huawei has scheduled its press event for the IFA trade show in Berlin and will take to the stage September 4th. It is thought that the company will launch its Ascend Mate 3 flagship at the show, but that may not be the actual device from the Ascend range landing in Germany.

Samsung's latest trademark points to three screened smartphone
By Luke Jones on Wednesday August 13, 2014

One of the more fanciful rumours surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was that it would come with a folded screen, giving the device three viewing panels. As it turns out, the design of the Note 4 is a little more conventional than that, but that does not mean there will never be a Note device with a folding screen.

Samsung's virtual reality set leaks online
By Luke Jones on Wednesday August 13, 2014

Virtual reality has been heralded as the next frontier in gaming, while companies like Oculus Rift are paving the way for the tech to be used in other applications too. Sony unveiled its gaming oriented VR set earlier in the year and it is widely thought that Samsung will announced its own virtual reality project sometime this year, likely at the IFA trade show in Berlin next month.

Here is the first look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 4
By Luke Jones on Tuesday August 12, 2014

There have been plenty of leaks concerning the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4, some outlandish and others probable. We have a good idea of the specs the handset will boast, although the design as so far eluded us, paving the way for some bold claims. Now we can lay eyes on the Galaxy Note 4 for the first time, with this leaked shot said to be of the as yet unofficial device.

Sony's Xperia Z3 Compact up close
By Luke Jones on Monday August 11, 2014

We know that Sony will launch a new device at the IFA trade show in Berlin on September 3rd, as the company has confirmed a press event. That launch is expected to be the widely anticipated Xperia Z3, a handset that will be Sony's latest flagship product and will be among the leading smartphones on the market. However, it seems that the Z3 will have some company in the form of a smaller version.

The Moto X+1 in-depth, release dates and specs
By Luke Jones on Monday August 11, 2014

The replacement for the Motorola Moto X smartphone flagship has been discussed numerous times in the last few weeks as the imaginatively called Moto X+1 is due to land this summer. The details about the launch of the handset and its finalized specs have become a littler clearer today as it showed up on benchmarks.

HTC's 64-bit A11 is entry level
By Luke Jones on Monday August 11, 2014

Google has had Android prepped for 64-bit performance for some time, and go to chip maker Qualcomm said its 64-bit ready architecture is ready to go and smartphones using the chipset will arrive late in 2014. Before the heavyweight devices land, HTC will roll out its first 64-bit smartphone and it will be a budget addition to the company's current line up.