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It's another strange marketing move from OnePlus, which is trying to gain credibility while also hold onto its edge.
Finding the theme in the marketplace has been a chore for some given Samsung's strange organizational strategy.
Meizu's MX4 Ubuntu Edition approaches flagship phone status, but makes buyers jump through hoops to get one.
The CPU and cameras get an uptick, and a rear control strip seems to echo a similar feature on the LG G4.
Cheaper sensors and broader software support will make fingerprint authentication more accessible to app developers and service providers.
Nokia itself would not manufacture the phones, though: "We would only design them and license the brand name," Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri told a German magazine.
The OnePlus 2 will use the infamous Snapdragon 810, though it's been re-engineered for much cooler performance.
Such a partnership would be a win-win for both Google and Huawei, which have mutually beneficial goals in mind.
It supports Sony's Remote Play feature, which lets you play full versions of PS4 titles when connected to the console over Wi-Fi.
Fairphone's second-generation socially responsible smartphone will start shipping later this year.
Moments will automatically detect people's friends in their smartphone camera roll.
Japan's Weathernews is giving out atmospheric sensors to improve its crowdsourced weather app
A new suggestion tool on the Android home page offers up your next device according to your preferences.
Asus has been focusing on selling more smartphones, and is targeting markets worldwide. HTC might make for a nice addition.
This would mean faster data speeds and further the cause of a universal standard port to rule them all.