Samsung continues to struggle with their Galaxy Note 7 debacle and although they have been relatively proactive in trying to address the issue, that does not mean they are not making some missteps. In their home country of South Korea, Samsung got out in front of the issue quickly by doing a voluntary recall. Unfortunately for Samsung, the Korean Agency for Technology and Standards is stepping in now and asking the company to extend the period of time for consumers to get a refund and to provide some additional information concerning steps to remove existing devices from the market. Read more
This past year we’ve seen quite a number of smartphones released by Lenovo under the “Moto” brand, and after being spotted on China’s TENAA certification, we are now seeing actual photos of the upcoming Lenovo Moto M.
Join us after the break for the details.
We are still waiting for official confirmation of the upcoming Huawei Mate 9, but the rumors keep pouring in. This time, we are hearing a report that in addition to the fingerprint sensor, the upcoming smartphone will feature an iris scanner.
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Later this year, the HTC Bolt will launch exclusively on Sprint’s network.
We have an image of the device that we’re sharing with you today.
Searching for files or folders on the cloud is usually only as good as the terms you are typing in, which means if you are incorrectly spelling a word, the results may not show what you are looking for. For Google Drive users at least, the act of searching for an item has just become a little easier thanks to Google integrating its search technology with it, enabling users to find files or document with greater speed and ease. Read more
There seems to be another Android device in the works at BlackBerry, and a launch could be imminent given the company referred to an unannounced phone in confidential material accidentally published online.
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HTC announced a couple of new handsets earlier today, the Desire 10 Pro and the Desire 10 Lifestyle, aimed at the hotly contested mid-range market. The two models boast different levels of specifications with the Desire 10 Lifestyle featuring a surprising appearance from a processor that simply shouldn’t be seen in 2016, both handsets sport 5.5-inch displays and are constructed out of laser etched plastic with some design cues taken from the higher-specced HTC 10. Join us after the break for more details. Read more
Google has confirmed it will be announcing a new device (and possibly more) on October 4. It is now official that the company will be hosting a launch event in San Francisco for the Pixel and Pixel XL, the two flagship devices positioned to replace the Nexus line that we’ve known for years.
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When Lenovo announced its flagship family, Verizon was given exclusive selling rights from the start. Only Verizon customers could purchase the Moto Z, Moto Z Force, and Moto Z Play during the recent summer months; however, the time has come for the masses to get access to these devices.
Beginning today, you can place orders for the unlocked Moto Z and Moto Z Play.
Now is the time for you to get your best look yet at Google’s upcoming phones. The Pixel and Pixel XL, which will take over for the Nexus line, are going to be launched very soon. It’s no surprise that Pixel-related leaks are becoming bigger and more frequent with October 4 being the rumored launch date for Google’s next round of devices.
Today, Google is having to deal with very clear photographs of the Pixel and Pixel XL being posted online before the phones are official. Now it’s obvious the company will be implementing metal and glass for the bodies to give a premium look and feel.
Hit the break to see what’s coming.