Nexus 6 will be made by Motorola, QHD display and Moto X-like design included

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Next month is shaping up to be a promising one for Google. The company is expected to unveil the next round of Nexus devices and Android L. While the HTC-made Nexus tablet is essentially a lock to debut, the existence of a phone is a little iffy. Today, Google’s phone plans have been confirmed. The Nexus 6 is real and Motorola is behind it.


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More Motorola DROID Turbo details emerge via GFXBench

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We have seen several leaks surfacing regarding Verizon’s upcoming Motorola DROID Turbo, this year’s addition to the carrier’s DROID line of devices. Most recently we saw an image of the Kevlar clad back of the device. A new entry on the GFXBench web site reveals some detailed information, much of it confirming what was suspected, about the hardware that will be used to run the DROID Turbo.
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Galaxy Note Edge gets priced in the UK

NoteEdgeUKPricingFor those in the UK who are waiting on the Galaxy Note Edge to become available for pre-order, Clove has you covered. The online retailer currently has the curved hybrid on its web site available for pre-order. The device, as expected, costs a fair amount with Clove asking for £650 (roughly $1,055) with VAT included and £541.67 (roughly $849) without. This makes the concept device a bit more expensive than the Note 4 as it goes for £575 (roughly $933) with VAT. This is expected as the device is considered to be a niche device. 

On the plus side, with the device going up for pre-order in the UK, it’s only short matter of time before it does in the US as well. We’ll let you know when and where it does. Stay tuned!

source: Clove

Meizu’s MX4 Mini leaks, shows dual SIM slots and heavily tweaked interface

meizu mx4 miniMeizu is already planning to launch the MX4 Pro by the end of October, but it looks like they’ve got a “mini” version of the device planned out, too. The MX4 Mini, shown above, sports dual SIM slots and a pretty heavily tweaked version of Android.

It looks like the phone will ship with YunOS, which is a forked version of Android developed by the Chinese company Alibaba. It’s similar to Amazon’s Fire OS in that it’s completely lacking any Google services and instead uses Alibaba’s own services. Meizu has invested in Alibaba, so it makes sense that they would want to support the company by using their software, but it’s really tough to compete against Google’s built-in services and the Play Store’s offerings.
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Sony kicks off ‘Don’t settle for good Demand great’ campaign for the Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact

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The Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact will start rolling out throughout the world, so it’s not surprising that Sony is kicking off a new advertising campaign in support of the devices.

This digital campaign of short films are now live on YouTube and titled, “Don’t settle for good. Demand great.”  According to Louise Forbes, director of product marketing creation at Sony Mobile, the campaign “taps in to the passion of those people who refuse to settle.”


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Galaxy Note 4 facing design issues of its own

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It looks like Apple’s newest flagship isn’t the only new smartphone having issues. Despite Samsung’s attempts at poking fun at Apple for bendgate, the company could be facing something like gapgate with its newest Note. According to a report by the Korean media the Note 4 has an issue where there’s considerable space between the display and the phone’s casing and it’s reportedly a considerable space.


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