Gold-plating company Karalux says that it's a bit difficult to disassemble the Android smartphone.
Interestingly, the listings for the devices reveal a similar design and exactly same specs (except the Android version they are running).
Xiaomi unveiled not one, but two great value devices and the Huawei Mate 8 is finally here.
Only three brands on the chart this week, plus a new number 1.
The week saw quite a few interesting device announcements, like the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 and Huawei Mate 8.
User reports are coming in that the update process has already begun through LG Bridge.
Local carrier Bell is selling the flagship device for $749.99 outright or $299.99 on a regular 2-year contract in the country.
The device was spotted on the CyanogenMod Git repository.
Shipments have also already begun in other European countries, including Germany, the Netherlands, and Spain.
The handset's standout feature is its 13 MP selfie camera, which has its own LED flash.
The upcoming second generation metal-clad A-series smartphone will be narrower than its predecessor.
The Exynos 8890 scored a new record in leaked benchmark from China.
OnePlus is offering both the OnePlus X or the OnePlus 2 with no invitation required. Some discounts to accessories are also available.
Over 7,000 people submitted over 31,000 entries, but only one of them won!
The latest addition to the OPPO family will retail for $399 (€349).
That's up 1.3% from the 5.7% share the OS had in the Windows ecosystem last month.
The device weighs in at 138.6 gms and measures 154.8mm x 78.6 mm x 6.9mm.
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