Canadian variant of the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge for Rodgers is starting to receive an update to support Wi-Fi calling on the network.
This is probably going to be the successor to the Xperia X Performance.
The huge phablet wants to compete with the Xiaomi Mi Max, which it manages to outdo in size.
It will be available in the US first, with other markets getting it from August 1.
Oppo has climbed to the top of the smartphone chart in China, followed by Huawei and Vivo.
Also, new leaks are now suggesting the iPhone 6SE name for Cupertino's next handset.
Quad-core processor, 8GB of storage, and a 4,000mAh battery for about $185.
Yet another Galaxy gets a Pro upgrade in India, this time it's the newly released Galaxy J2 (2016).
The photos allegedly slipped through somewhere in Apple's supply chain and do seem somewhat plausible.
A leaked image pictures a few unreleased Nokia phones and tablets, last chance to shed some tears.
Huawei accounted $36.8 billion in revenue, but profits are down to 12% in H1 2016 compared to 18% year-over-year.
And not September as originally suggested.
It seems like the smaller of the two rumored HTC handsets will not share the QHD resolution of its sibling.
In China (the only country where the device is currently available), the K5 Note comes with 2GB RAM.
The Moto Z is said to carry a starting tag of RMB 2,998 (around $450), while the Z force will reportedly set you back RMB 5,288 (around $790).
The device is currently being sold by the Taiwan-based company as well as carrier T-Mobile.
The update bumps the security patch level to July 1.
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