Industry sources claim that this will be necessary to facilitate the next wave of smartphones.
The company has sent out invitations for the launch event, which is scheduled for December 7.
The 5.0 inch handset was spotted on the OEM’s website with a full specs sheet, without a formal introduction.
In Las Vegas, the company will show new and existing tech in the world of consumer electronics.
Going by the name, it should be a new variant of the Enjoy 5, which was announced back on October.
According to a new teaser posted by Xiaomi's Lin Bin on Weibo, the OS will be released on December 3.
He replaces JK Shin, who has been heading the business since 2011.
The mid-range device will be launched in Taiwan this week, followed by key markets in Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
The update brings a couple of new features including Advanced Messaging and T-Mobile Video Calling.
T-Mobile gives customers a $100 discount on the latest and greatest iPhone 6S and 6S Plus 64GB and 128GB memory options.
The Galaxy S6 Active is now available from AT&T with 64GB of built-in storage.
At this point it's unclear when (or if) the company plans to take this device to other markets as well.
This comes nearly six months after the Marathon M5 was made official.
Both have slender aluminum-magnesium bodies and 4GB of RAM.
The back features a tessellated design similar to the Zenfone 2 Deluxe.
Аuthorities notified the country’s carriers that BlackBerry's BES servers won't be allowed to operate starting December due to "security reasons."
Sources hint at the possibility of a revamped better specs sheet for the handset.
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