LG G6 to get MST capability


According to new reports, LG is planning to add MST technology to its next flagship smartphone, tentatively believed to be the LG G6, slated for release in early 2017. The move to incorporate MST also means LG is giving up on a competing technology it had been working on for the phone called the White Card method. According to insiders, LG is already working with partners on all of the parts to implement MST and has also started to negotiate with credit card companies to participate in their payment system. Read more

Moto M specs leaked and includes a massive battery


Lenovo-owned Motorola has been a roll recently with the flagship Moto Z series complete with attachable hardware enhancements courtesy of the Moto Mods line, and also the budget-friendly but still powerful Moto G4. There have been rumors for some weeks of a new device in the Moto family, the Moto M, and now we are seeing the potential specs coming out and there are some nice surprises.

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No early release for the Samsung Galaxy S8


The year 2016 will not be remembered as the best year for Samsung for reasons we are all too familiar with at this point. So now the attention has turned to next year and what the South Korean company may have planned for the upcoming Galaxy S8. But don’t get your hopes up for an early release as Samsung has announced that their next Galaxy will follow the same schedule as their previous phones.

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OnePlus 3T rumored to launch with Qualcomm Snapdragon 821


OnePlus has been quite a popular manufacturer for a powerful unlocked Android smartphone at an affordable price. The OnePlus 3 was the company’s 2016 flagship and received very positive reviews for its top specs, competitive camera experience, 6GB of RAM, and all for $399. Now it appears that OnePlus is not slowing down as rumors are coming out for a new and slightly upgraded version of the OnePlus 3: the OnePlus 3T.

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LG could end up supplying batteries for the Galaxy S8


Samsung probably doesn’t want to talk about batteries ever again, but they’re going to have to figure out how to get something that won’t explode in the Galaxy S8 next year.

With the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung tried to supply as many components from in-house companies as possible. No one is 100% sure that was the problem, but to make the next round a little safer Samsung is reportedly lining up multiple suppliers for components for their next flagship. Read more