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The Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu edition will launch in Europe via flash sales, though it's unclear why you'd want one.
The latest version of Android is shipping first to Google’s low-cost Android One phones in Indonesia.
The company saw exponential growth in the last quarter and now that it's officially under Lenovo's wing, it seems like things could only go up from here.
We also may see a stepped-up build quality as Samsung tries to keep pace with Apple's smartphone dominance.
We've also seen several cases, indicating that it may not be long before we get to see the actual phone.
The phone has been out of stock in the Play Store almost continually since launch, disappointing those who want that pure Android experience.
The heat is on after Apple’s blockbuster earnings call, so it’s time to try some new things to generate some buzz.
Or is it a fingerprint reader? Either way, it'd be a first for HTC phones. That, plus the superthin bezels also leaked, could bring the phones into parity with the iPhone 6 product line.
Instead the newest flagship may wait until summer, an effort by Sony to dial back its accelerated release cycle.
The new phone could have a nearly edge-to-edge display with just enough room for those BoomSound speakers and a front-facing camera.
Motorola’s former CEO says after the buyout nobody else was capable of producing a good enough sensor to use in Google's giant phone.
This could be the end of the line for Google Play Edition devices, which brought stock Android to non-Nexus smartphones.
HTC’s flagship phone may have thinner bezels while keeping its trademark ‘BoomSound’ front-facing speakers.