Benchmark shows Xiaomi’s Mi 5 having a 5.7-inch display


Less than three weeks away from Xiaomi’s February 24 launch event for the Mi 5 and today we’re getting a better idea of what the handset will offer. On GFXBench, alleged specifications for the Mi 5 were revealed and perhaps most surprising the size of the display. The handset was originally believed to have a 5.2-inch display, but this benchmark shows its display being 5.7 inches. Xiaomi’s Mi Note series already features displays of that size, so it’d be a little confusing to see the Mi 5 have such a large display.

Hit the break and we’ll take a look at the alleged specifications.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge pass through the FCC 


Earlier today, a couple of unannounced Samsung-branded smartphones bearing the model numbers SM-G930A and SM-G935A passed through the United States of America’s official cellular certification authority, the FCC. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen these two model numbers, though. Back in November, we reported that the International variants of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge will have these identification digits attached when they’re finally introduced to us on Sunday, February 21.

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Huawei’s Honor 5X is now available in Europe from €229/£189

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Today is February 4th, which means it’s the day that the European launch of Huawei’s Honor 5X at an event held in Munich, Germany. In the States, the handset launched with a budget-friendly $199 price tag, while in Europe it has been announced that the 5.5-inch Honor 5X is priced at €229 in Europe, or £189 in the UK. Join us after the break for a brief rundown on the handset’s hardware.

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We have another leak from Alcatel OneTouch ahead of MWC, this time its the OneTouch Pop 4 lineup


It’s leaks galore over at Alcatel! Just yesterday we reported that two Alcatel devices, believed to be the Idol 4 and Idol 4S, had leaked on the companies own support pages. Now it looks like the rest of Alcatel’s Mobile World Congress lineup has been revealed just one day later-  let us introduce you to the LTE enabled Pop 4S, Pop 4 Plus, and Pop 4.

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