The LG G5 is finally here. The flagship smartphone will be launching in markets all across the world this week. LG has big hopes for its G5, which represents a new beginning for the company following the devastation of the G4 from last year.
It’s about time for Motorola to refresh the Moto E lineup after being purchased by Lenovo, and if a new leak is accurate, it’s probably going to happen sooner rather than later. A benchmark for two devices, both with XT branding so we know it’s Moto and not Lenovo, suggest we’ll see some refreshed Moto E models with updated specs. Read more
Since its release in November 2015, the operating system on the BlackBerry Priv has been out of date. BlackBerry’s phone to keep it surviving shipped with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop despite Marshmallow already being available for more than a month at that time, which was and still is quite strange considering the company promised (and has delivered) timely software updates. It’s just that none of the updates have bumped the Priv up to Marshmallow.
But we seem to finally be nearing Marshmallow’s arrival on the handset as someone obtained a Priv running the latest version of Android.
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Huawei has launched a new global campaign in the UK, promising that we’ll see an “exciting new innovation” from the company during an event that Huawei is holding on April 6.
Customers with Cricket Wireless who have been waiting around for an affordable new phone from Samsung finally have the Galaxy Amp Prime to consider. Starting today, the carrier is selling the phone online and in stores for $149.
For some odd reason, we all love seeing brand new and expensive gadgets get absolutely destroyed. The Galaxy S7 went through a bevy of tests, but now the Galaxy S7 Edge is being put through the ultimate rite of passage: a hydraulic press.
As with almost all flagship devices nowadays, it’s now the Xiaomi Mi 5’s time to shine in the torture examination.