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Nokia says phone manufacturing is out, but that doesn't mean it won't license designs to other companies.
But don't get too excited, as the follow-up OnePlus 2 will launch with the 'beloved' invite system, the company says.
It looks like Nokia may be serious about a post-Lumia comeback.
It's debuting overseas for now, though a 'worldwide' launch is promised at some point down the road.
After a PR blunder, Chinese firm LeTV announced a phone that's actually worth some attention.
At least in Europe. Ubuntu Phone fans in other parts of the world still have to wait, but your patience could be rewarded with a much more capable device than BQ's initial Ubuntu Phone.
The 5.5-inch screen packs in a whopping 806 pixels per inch, which could wreak some serious havoc on battery life.
We’re only missing the final specs, which we’ll hear about from LG on April 28 unless someone else leaks it first.
Supplies of the curved-screen Galaxy S6 Edge may be harder to come by due to a shorter supply.
The One M9+ is what HTC's One M9 should be.
The invite also reveals a stitched-leather build with the signature volume and power buttons on the back.
The 4.0 update plays it pretty conservative, opting for an interface that’s similar to what we’ve seen on past LG devices.
Sony just can't catch a break when it comes to trying to get a foot in the door of the U.S. smartphone market.