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The Beat's camera features look promising, though LG has cut a few corners in the spec department.
Samsung may introduce two mega-sized phones this fall. One will allegedly use an Exynos processor, while the other will default back to Qualcomm.
Translation from corporate speak: The Nokia acquisition has been an extremely costly disaster.
The second half of 2015 looks as exciting as the first for smartphone buyers
Xiaomi sold 34.7 million smartphones in the first six months of 2015
Xiaomi is tapping Foxconn to build its phones in a local factory to reduce costs
Outside of a vertical button strip on the back, Motorola is going the 'don't mess with success' route for its Moto G refresh.
The Chrome TouchBot checks for touchscreen latency on both Android and Chrome OS devices.
Samsung researchers have found a way to make silicon a more viable material for future lithium-ion batteries.
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.