Leaked OnePlus 3 specifications include 5.5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 820 processor and NFC

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As we head midway into 2016, it’s getting closer to the time when everyone’s favorite upstart handset maker prepares to launch its new flagship killer. Yes, you guessed right, it’s OnePlus. After handing out 30,000 VR headsets a few days ago for its fans to view the upcoming announcement with, the OnePlus 3 leaks have begun in earnest. Earlier today, a certain serial leaker dished up the specifications on OnePlus’s upcoming handset

Pebble is counting down to a mystery announcement on May 24th

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Google may have announced Android Wear 2.0 at I/O 2016 last week, but it isn’t the only game in town when it comes to smartwatches. Pebble is a credible option when it comes to buying a smartwatch, appealing to users of both Android and iOS with its functionality. It’s been a little while since Pebble launched a new device, and it seems that something is afoot because Pebble has posted a countdown timer on its Twitter account alluding to an announcement being made tomorrow, May 24th.

Lenovo’s first Moto flagship will swap letters, going from ‘X’ to ‘Z’

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When it was overhauled by Google in 2013, Motorola became a brand of simplicity. The company’s lineup was brought down to just three phones that had a clear place in the world, which is still true today under Lenovo’s ownership. Lenovo actually hasn’t done all that much to Motorola, but the company does want to reorganize a few things starting with the next Moto flagship.

Evan Blass, writing for VentureBeat, revealed on Tuesday that Lenovo is going to give a new name to Moto flagships. That means you’re never going to see a Moto X (2016), but you will witness the launch the Moto Z this year in two devices just like the Motorola did with the Moto X Pure Edition and Moto X Play.

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Xiaomi will feature at Google I/O 2016, teaser hints at possible Android TV announcement

Google I/O 2016 doesn’t kick off until tomorrow, but we’ve already seen Google’s new Spaces messaging platform go live yesterday. Among the many rumors that the conference will see the unveiling of Android VR and possibly a headset to go with it, comes a teaser from former Google employee, Hugo Barra, who says that Xiaomi will feature at Google I/O 2016.

USB Type-C port shown in new OnePlus 3 leak

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A couple new images have leaked out showing the forthcoming OnePlus 3 smartphone. One of them reveals the presence of a USB Type-C port for the device, which is a new bit of information compared to images that leaked out earlier. The other image shows the front of the device. The leaker, Twitter user The Malignant, indicates a shot of the rear of the device was being withheld as it apparently has not been finalized for the retail version.