Samsung's upcoming flagship dominated the news section for yet another week, mixed in with some sneak peeks on the iPhone 7.
The 4-inch smartphone tipped to share the tint of the 6th-gen iPod touch.
The smartphone with an SM-A9100 model name is listed at 5.5 inches, but that last bit seems unlikely.
Photographed next to a Lumia 1520, the unannounced smartphone looks a lot like what was supposed to be the 850.
The Canadian company remains focused on optimizing its workforce.
The Samsung accessory is "optimised for the Galaxy S7 range", Clove says.
The long-awaited Sony Xperia Z5 and Z5 compact finally make their way to an official US launch this Sunday, February 7.
This year the situation will apparently be the exact opposite of what happened with the Note5 and S6 edge+ in 2015.
It has both 4G LTE and dual-SIM support, and it runs Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box.
The update weighs in at around 262MB (~17MB for Tizen 2.4 Beta users), and is currently only available to users in India.
The next flagship smartphone from the ailing Taiwanese manufacturer doesn't feature a logo on the front.
The Fitbit earned an even more impressive win on the wearable market as a whole.
The latest report suggests that the 4" Apple iPhone 5se model might have bright future.
Single-core CPU performance nearly as good as the iPhone 6s, ahead in multi-core.
The impressive number comes from a screen cap of the phone's battery manager.
As promised, Sony has begun seeding the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow on the Xperia Z5.
The predecessors of the two phones came out in June 2015, but the 2016 editions might be a little early.
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