Another week flew by and the new Nexus duo seems to be on everybody's mind. Both the Huawei- made Nexus 6P phablet and the LG Nexus 5X have flooded the news section, as the industry was eager to learn everything there is to know about the latest and greatest Google smartphones. Besides the obvious first look and specs run down at the unveiling event, we already have a clear idea of what the handsets will cost. The EU pricing seems to be particularly hard to swallow, but hopefully, it will be reconsidered shortly.
LG also excited users with another phone announcement – the peculiar LG V10. It has at least a couple of oddities going for it, like a small second screen above the main display and a dual front-facing camera setup.
Other noteworthy announcements from the past few days include the powerful Pixel C tablet and the flagship-grade HTC Butterfly 3. Another big topic this week seems to be camera performance. A few devices paid a visit to DxOMark with truly impressive results, like the Xperia Z5, which is now officially the king of the turf. The Nexus 6P and 5X also did well.
Last, but definitely not least, if you are still waiting on the next Lumia flagship device, you will be pleased to hear that it is getting ever closer to a release. The Lumia 950 XL keeps popping up in rumors and renders all over the place, so it shouldn't be long now.
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The Korean manufacturer’s latest flagship phablet will hit the shelves in Korea this month in five different color schemes.
The phablet packs a 5.7" AMOLED QHD screen, Snapdragon 810 chipset and runs Android 6.0 Lollipop.
The phone will be available for pre-order from today starting at $379.99 for the 16GB model.
The exciting new device comes with a detachable keyboard and a USB Type-C interface.
We are yet to learn hardware specific, but Yu is already making huge promises for a flagship phone "without compromises".
Just yesterday DxOMark added the Huawei Nexus 6P and its camera to its charts, and the new Google phone had some pretty impressive results. It climbed to the No.2 spot in the charts, behind only Samsu...
HTC will begin rolling out the new firmware to its flagship smartphones before the end of this year.
A rebadged version of the J Butterfly, launched in Japan in May, makes a global appearance.
The Redmond giant’s next-generation flagship smartphone will debut in a little over a week, on October 6 in New York City.
The 5X starts at around $485 and the 6P around $608.
This comes just weeks after a leaked teaser image of the device surfaced online, revealing that it could possibly pack in a fingerprint scanner.
The on-screen image confirms the dual-SIM version of the 5.7" phablet.
The two phones will be available in 40 additional countries worldwide, starting October 9.
As you have surely heard, yesterday Google revitalized its Nexus lineup with two new handsets – the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. Both are tantalizing offers which are being marketed by the online giant wit...
A fraction larger display than the vanilla G4, but the same Snapdragon 808 inside.
The smartphone is available at multiple UK retailers, as well as official Sony stores in other countries.
The listing doesn't specify pricing, but officially confirms the QHD resolution of both phones.
A new rumor comes to confirm a previously leaked report from a Canadian carrier.
At this point we should start calling it "guerilla marketing" instead of "leaking."
The new phone now has a 21MP OIS main camera and Laser auto focus and the rest of the specs are unchanged.
Popular photographer and developer of Camera+ app on iOS - Lisa Bettany - has been doing iPhone camera comparisons since the 4s. This year, we get to see how the new iPhone 6s compares against its pre...
Well, if you thought the Nexus 6P was overpriced in Europe... you were right, but so is the 5X.
DxOMark Mobile has put the camera of the freshly announced Huawei Nexus 6P through the rigors of its photography test. Despite being a pre-release product sample, the latest Nexus phablet achieved the...
Google talked a lot about the camera on the Nexus 6P and the 5X. Both phones share the same 12.3 megapixel camera with 1.55 μm pixels, f2.0 aperture, and laser autofocus system and apparently it'...