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BB Leap now also available in US, France, and Germany

BB Leap now also available in US, France, and Germany

23 April, 2015 | comments (5)

The BlackBerry Leap smartphone, whose global roll-out began last week in the UK, is now also available for purchase in the US, France, and Germany. The device was unveiled last month As for the price, the BlackBerry 10 handset will set you...

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Samsung begins updating Galaxy A3 with Android Lollipop

Samsung begins updating Galaxy A3 with Android Lollipop

23 April, 2015 | comments (54)

Samsung is now seeding yet another Android Lollipop firmware update - this time around the Galaxy A3 is the lucky smartphone. Samsung previously announced the entire Galaxy A series will be treated to Lollipop, so we expect the Galaxy A5 and Galaxy...


Asus launches ZenFone 2 starting $206 in India

Asus launches ZenFone 2 starting $206 in India

23 April, 2015 | comments (48)

After several teasers, Asus has formally introduced the ZenFone 2 in India with four variants. The new ZenFone 2 variants will be available for pre-order from Flipkart. Asus has skipped the ZenFone 2 ZE500CL model for now and went ahead with...


Lumia flagships are put on hold as budget devices battle it out

Lumia flagships are put on hold as budget devices battle it out

23 April, 2015 | comments (19)

It has become abundantly clear that Microsoft has been really working hard to gear its mobile business to the low-end, budget market segment and the strategy has definitely been yielding results. The company has been striking hard on huge emerging...


Lenovo A5000 quietly makes its way to India for $162

Lenovo A5000 quietly makes its way to India for $162

23 April, 2015 | comments (8)

The competition in the sub-$160 smartphone is really intense and hot. Lenovo is one of the companies aiming to gain ground in that segment, launch a host of models there. After introducing Lenovo A6000, A6000 Plus, and A7000, the company is soon...

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Qualcomm cuts outlook for fiscal 2015, blames Samsung

Qualcomm cuts outlook for fiscal 2015, blames Samsung

23 April, 2015 | comments (28)

Qualcomm has again cut its revenue forecast for fiscal 2015, with the company now expecting a revenue of between $25 billion and $27 billion, compared to $26.3 - $28 billion it was expecting earlier. The chipmaker has also cut its earnings outlook...

Tags: Qualcomm, Samsung


LG G4 dual-SIM version leaks, with extra details and images

LG G4 dual-SIM version leaks, with extra details and images

23 April, 2015 | comments (51)

A treasure chest of info on the LG G4 has emerged and it shows a dual-SIM version of the phone, details its dimensions, screen and battery with plenty of pictures. One live photo of the phone shows a SIM switch button in the lower right section...

Tags: LG, Android, Rumors


The Xiaomi Mi 4i goes official with 5

The Xiaomi Mi 4i goes official with 5" 1080p screen, 13MP camera

23 April, 2015 | comments (158)

Just moments Xiaomi's latest handset was made official at a dedicated event in New Delhi. Just as expected, the Xiaomi Mi 4i is a more-affordable alternative to the Xiaomi Mi 4 and comes with a polycarbonate unibody. The Snapdragon 801 has...

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Watch the Xiaomi Mi 4i get unveiled live

Watch the Xiaomi Mi 4i get unveiled live

23 April, 2015 | comments (33)

Xiaomi is prepping backstage in New Delhi for the Mi 4i event, which starts at 4PM local time or in about an hour. The Xiaomi Mi 4 was unveiled in July last year and boasted flagship specs for the time. From what we've seen from leaks the new Xiaomi...

Tags: Xiaomi, Android


OnePlus One resumes Lollipop  update, OK OnePlus in tow

OnePlus One resumes Lollipop update, OK OnePlus in tow

23 April, 2015 | comments (79)

OnePlus has started seeding a new update for the OnePlus One smartphones as promised by the co-founder, Carl Pei. The new Cyanogen OS 12 update is being made available to all supporting countries. The new Cyanogen OS 12 update with build...

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Apple stores won't sell the Watch tomorrow, others will

Apple stores won't sell the Watch tomorrow, others will

23 April, 2015 | comments (30)

Tomorrow, April 24 is the launch day of the awaited Apple Watch. The pre-order campaign is now over, sort of, and the first batch of Watches is now slowly starting to ship. Slowly because due to the high demand and limited stock if you order and...

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Asus reportedly expecting to ship 30 million ZenFone units this year

Asus reportedly expecting to ship 30 million ZenFone units this year

23 April, 2015 | comments (17)

Asus has revised its smartphone shipment forecast for the ongoing year, with the company now expecting to ship 30 million units of its ZenFone-series smartphones, up from 25 million it was aiming earlier, according to a Digitimes...

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Apple is a potential buyer of Nokia’s HERE mapping business

Apple is a potential buyer of Nokia’s HERE mapping business

22 April, 2015 | comments (68)

According to a report in Bloomberg, Apple is among the potential buyers for Nokia’s HERE mapping business. The Cupertino giant is among the high-profile suitors approached by the Finnish company about interest. Other potential buyers of HERE...

Tags: Nokia, Apple, Rumors


Bezelless Oppo R7 and R7 Plus might be unveiled on May 20

Bezelless Oppo R7 and R7 Plus might be unveiled on May 20

22 April, 2015 | comments (10)

The upcoming Oppo R7 has been leaking a lot lately, as it's apparently going to feature a pretty unique 'bezelless' touchscreen. Unique, that is, if you don't count the also oft-leaked ZTE Nubia Z9, which will supposedly use a display with minimal...

Tags: Oppo, Android, Rumors


Sony Xperia T2 Ultra and Xperia C3 now receiving Lollipop

Sony Xperia T2 Ultra and Xperia C3 now receiving Lollipop

22 April, 2015 | comments (262)

Two additional Sony devices are jumping on the Lollipop train starting today: the Xperia T2 Ultra and the Xperia C3. These follow in the footsteps of three generations of Xperia Z flagships, which are already running Android 5.0. The update...


Project Fi debuts, making Google a carrier in the US

Project Fi debuts, making Google a carrier in the US

22 April, 2015 | comments (29)

The rumors were actually true, as it turns out. Today Google has basically become a carrier in the United States, with the launch of its new service called Project Fi. Although it will offer mobile services, Google hasn't built its own network...

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Lenovo A5000 with 5

Lenovo A5000 with 5" HD display launched in Russia for $227

22 April, 2015 | comments (12)

Lenovo has introduced a new affordable smartphone A5000 in Russia for RUB 12,000 ($227). Spotted earlier in February, the Lenovo A5000 brings a massive 4000 mAh battery as its key selling point. The smartphone runs Android 4.4 Kitkat and may get the...

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100,000 Lenovo A6000 Plus units to be available in first flash sale

100,000 Lenovo A6000 Plus units to be available in first flash sale

22 April, 2015 | comments (17)

Lenovo has announced that 100,000 units of the A6000 Plus smartphone, which launched in India late last week, will be available in the first flash sale on Flipkart on April 28 . "Considering the A6000 sold out 300,000 units faster than...

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The LG G4 said to feature a slightly curved screen

The LG G4 said to feature a slightly curved screen

22 April, 2015 | comments (39)

With the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge and the HTC One M9 already official and hitting consumer markets, it seems that LG is next in line for a major flagship release. The eagerly-anticipated LG G4 is scheduled for a release on April 29 and, naturally,...

Tags: LG, Android, Rumors


Lumia 940 might come with 5.2-inch display, 25MP cam

Lumia 940 might come with 5.2-inch display, 25MP cam

22 April, 2015 | comments (58)

Microsoft is expected to announce Lumia 940 later this year and it should be the next Lumia flagship replacing the dated Lumia 930 model. We are yet to learn Microsoft's announcement plans, but we can shed some light on the possible...