Users of the popular Lenovo handset are currently receiving the OTA, but the A6000 is still left out of the fun.
A new set of live photos was spotted online of the upcoming Galaxy Z3 Tizen-powered smartphone.
Now that the IFA doors are opened to the public, our job there is pretty much over. Here are the few announcements you shouldn't miss.
A deal has been struck and the mobile security company will be acquired for $425 million by end of 2016.
The Idol 3C is a FullHD 5.5-incher with Snapdragon 615, while the Pixies are both entry-level offerings.
In addition, it will come with 4GB of RAM and a 2,900 mAh battery. Rest of the specs are said to be same as that of the Z5 Compact.
The Korean manufacturer’s next top shelf handset is expected to make its official debut at some point next month.
Sony is apparently doing everything it can to alleviate any heating issues.
This has been rumored to become the Finnish company's first in a line of new smartphones coming in 2016.
In preparation for the next-gen Nexus, the outgoing model is priced at an all-time low.
In a memo to its clients an investment analyst speculates that the phone will still be offered with 16GB, 64GB or 128GB of storage.
All of the smartphones are 5-inchers, the Pop Up is the most powerful with a Snapdragon 610 and 2GB of RAM.
The Axon brand is going global, first stop - Europe. Note that unlike Axon Pro in the States, this one does not have a QHD screen, but does have a fingerprint reader.
The feature lets you make video calls from within your smartphone’s dialer, similar to the way you make normal phone calls.
The update is already rolling out over-the-air, but so far only for this dual-SIM version of the phone.
© 2000-2015 GSMArena.com