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HTC U Ultra hands-on: a major change for HTC

by Andrew Grush 4 days ago103 comments

HTC U Ultra versus the competition

by Robert Triggs 4 days ago35 comments

5 flagship features mid-range phones need in 2017

by Robert Triggs 5 days ago40 comments

Nougat is now rolling out to Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge!

by Bogdan Petrovan 4 days ago76 comments
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Galaxy Note is smartphone with best screen-to-body size ratio, S3 follows closely

Not long ago it seemed like a mobile phone’s most important target was to be as slim, light and portable as possible. But recently, tech users ...
by AdrianMay 25, 20125

Panasonic Eluga Power UK release delayed, ETA is mid-summer

While the Panasonic Eluga has been made available for a short while in Europe, the company’s 2nd Android-based smartphone, the Eluga Power is ...
by AdrianMay 25, 20121

The rise of the Phablet

Starting from the brick-style cell phone of the late Eighties, the design of the mobile has progressed towards being smaller and more feature-rich. We saw the introduction of ...
by Ankit BanerjeeMay 16, 201231

Panasonic Eluga available in Japan on March 29th, Europe in April

It seems like Panasonic decided to step things up and make the Panasonic Eluga available in Japan a month ahead of the scheduled European launch. There are different theories ...
by Danic FilipMarch 22, 20122
 
 

Panasonic Eluga Power vs Samsung Galaxy Note vs LG Optimus VU

Whether you love them or hate them, 5-inch devices fill that nice gap right between phones and tablets. Some users may complain that 5-inches is way too big for their hands, ...
by Carl ParkerMarch 13, 20124

Rumored Supply Chain Problems Could Delay Major Android Releases

San Diego-based Qualcomm supplies SoCs for many Android makers, with its dual-core Snapdragon S4 (Krait) chip powering several high-profile Android devices that are coming ...
by Bogdan PetrovanMarch 10, 2012
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