Xiaomi announced the Redmi 3 back in January, a $100 smartphone featuring a massive 4,100mAh battery, a Snapdragon 616 processor, 2GB of RAM, a metal design as well as dual-SIM and MicroSD card support. Today, the Chinese handset maker has officially announced a follow-up device called the Redmi 3 Pro that features some upgraded hardware. Read more
Samsung announced refreshed models of a couple of its most popular mid-range handsets, the Galaxy J7 and Galaxy J5 for 2016.
Nintendo announced today that it will launch its first smartphone application, Miitomo, in the US on March 31.
Samsung in partnership with China UnionPay has finally launched its popular contactless payment system Samsung Pay in China.
As we’ve seen with most of the recent smartphone launches in recent times, there really isn’t too much left to be revealed by Huawei at the April 6th launch of its P9 range of handsets. But that doesn’t mean that we don’t appreciate this latest batch of leaked images showing the P9 from just about every angle. Read more
According to an image shared by TmoNews, T-Mobile is planning to launch new Simple Choice Data Only rate plans, which will include unlimited texting.
According to The Information, Facebook Messenger is set to be updated with a host of new features, including the ability to buy store items through the app.
Because you can never have too many mobile hotspots in your lineup, AT&T is now selling the new Unite Explore. But at least this one is a little different with its rugged design.
One of the unique features of Google Wallet was its ability to attach to a physical card in addition to the digital wallet. You had an account within Google Wallet that you could put money in, then use that physical card if somewhere didn’t accept NFC payments.
Hopefully you weren’t too invested in that physical card, as it looks like Google is going to phase it out sooner rather than later. Read more
BlackBerry has been a struggling company for several years, but their latest Priv seems to have put the company on the right track. That might not be enough to sustain success, though, especially if BlackBerry fails to compete in the extremely important budget-friendly spectrum of the Android market. Read more