Neffos X1, Neffos X1 Max Metal-Clad Smartphones Launched at IFA 2016

Neffos X1, Neffos X1 Max Metal-Clad Smartphones Launched at IFA 2016

TP-Link, a popular networking product manufacturer, has unveiled two new smartphones – the Neffos X1 and Neffos X1 Max – at IFA 2016. The Neffos X1 has been priced at EUR 199 (roughly Rs. 15,000) while the Neffos X1 Max...
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Verizon planning $20 smartphone upgrade fee

Verizon planning $20 smartphone upgrade fee

Verizon is planning to charge a $20 flat fee for customers to upgrade their smartphone, the company has confirmed to ZDNet. “The upgrade fee helps cover our increased support costs associated with customers switching devices,” a spokesperson said. ...
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AT&T’s three budget-friendly Samsung Galaxy phones start at $80

AT&T’s three budget-friendly Samsung Galaxy phones start at $80

Wallet-watchers: AT&T has just announced three new Samsung Galaxy phones that come in for well under $200. Their entry-level features won’t bowl you over, but they’re not meant to — these are strictly low-price plays. The $130 Samsung Gal...
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Xiaomi Mi Note 2 to come with Snapdragon 823, possible 3D touch

Xiaomi Mi Note 2 to come with Snapdragon 823, possible 3D touch

The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 is due for a replacement and we’re expecting it in the coming months. Rumors of it kicked off a few weeks ago stating that it may have a dual-edge display, but today we have some...
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Samsung launches the Galaxy A9 Pro in China

Samsung launches the Galaxy A9 Pro in China

After a never ending series of leaks and rumors, the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro (2016) is finally official in China. The A9 Pro is a slightly upgraded version of the A9. It has the same 6.0-inch 1080p display and the...
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LG G5 torture tests come online, it turns out quite sturdy

LG G5 torture tests come online, it turns out quite sturdy

LG G5 went on sale just yesterday and it was inevitable for the flagship to pass through various torture tests for the cameras. The G5 got scratched, burnt with a lighter, and then bent for the public to enjoy. As...
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ZTE A2017 visits AnTuTu as well, could be the next Axon model

ZTE A2017 visits AnTuTu as well, could be the next Axon model

The Huawei P9 and iPhone SE aren’t the only smartphones that have been revealed to have been put through the paces of the AnTuTu benchmark today. The ZTE A2017 joins them, and this might just be the Chinese company’s next...
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Samsung Galaxy Amp Prime with 5-inch display and Android 6.0 launched on Cricket for $150

Samsung Galaxy Amp Prime with 5-inch display and Android 6.0 launched on Cricket for $150

US carrier Cricket Wireless has launched a new Samsung smartphone. Dubbed Galaxy Amp Prime, the device – the carrier says – offers “premium features” and is aimed at “social media power users and value seekers.” Specs-wise, ...
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Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016) with S Bike mode launches in India

Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016) with S Bike mode launches in India

So, did you guess what #Tap Kick Vroom is? If you didn’t, here’s the answer – the Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016) is launching in India with a new S Bike feature. It’s a sort of Do Not Disturb feature that...
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Audiophile-targeted vivo X6S and X6S Plus are now official

Audiophile-targeted vivo X6S and X6S Plus are now official

Chinese manufacturer vivo has added a pair of new devices to its lineup today. The new handsets come as direct descendants to vivo X6 and X6 Plus and are all but identical on the outside. This is just as well,...
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