MWC 2015 brought plenty of high-profile announcements, but many Android fans are still waiting on HTC to announce its next move. It is no secret that the manufacturer has been struggling lately, but hopefully the 10 will have what it takes to put HTC back in the race. HTC fans also learned that the Taiwanese company secured a Nexus manufacturing deal with Google for three years.
Speaking of flagships, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and its edged sibling are once more making headlines. Now that the first batch of units is starting to reach eager fans, everybody seems to be busy either testing Samsung’s current crown jewel or wondering when theirs will arrive.
Another big announcement from the previous week is the developer preview of Android N, which came out of the blue. An early build of Google’s next mobile OS can already be tested out on various Nexus devices and there are quite a few additions to enjoy, like multi-windows support.
In other news, Samsung is constantly outing new devices, like the budget Galaxy J1 Mini, Galaxy TabPro S, a new Netbook 9 series of notebooks and soon, the Galaxy A9 Pro, allegedly with a removable battery.
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The guys over at iFixIt give a first-hand look at the Galaxy S7’s internals.
The 3D render that leaked earlier showed a Silver back paired with a Black glass front.
The handset previously known as One M10 has been given the full leak treatment.
The report features the top 10 performers in its database.
Canon has been using Dual Pixel AF on its DSLRs for a while now, so who will win?
Leaked information points to an unbelievable deal from T-Mobile for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.
Samsung has launched the new Notebook 9 series of ultraportable laptops. The series consists of four models, one of which has a rotating display.
Should go on sale by the third week of March.
Pre-bookings come with a free Gear VR.
Improved notifications, new doze and project svelte, settings app.
You can get the Windows 10 slates through various retailers around Europe.
The Chinese smartphone maker best known for announcing the first SD820 device is working on its next big thing.
The sensor used in the Galaxy S7 was so far known to be Sony’s IMX260, but apparently Samsung has its own imager in production with the same capabilities.
Today Sony has uploaded a new video to its official YouTube channel, and this one’s all about Marshmallow. More specifically, it’s describing in some detail what the most important features are in the…
The Taiwanese company is rumored to be sticking with Android alone for its next top of the line offering.
The handset seems to be an almost exact copy of the Galaxy J1 Nxt, but with even less RAM on board.
The change-log says the update is for the Edge screen and is aimed at preventing errors from occurring.
Telus delays the Marshmallow updates for the Galaxy Note5, Galaxy S6 edge, and Galaxy S6 edge+.
The exclusive deal was rumored on Weibo.
The two upcoming upper-midrange smartphones are due to be made official at an event on March 17.
Xiaomi has a new 10,000mAh power bank in China, called the Mi Power Bank Pro. The cool new feature here is the presence of USB Type-C and two way fast charging.
Xiaomi has announced an updated version of its Mi Box 3 media player, called the Mi Box 3 Enhanced Edition.
RAW support for third-party camera apps has been available since a previous update last September.
The US regulator has given the smartphone the green light.
The OTA now available for every Z5 device out there, including the Dual-SIM version.
Google has managed to surprise the world by releasing the N preview much sooner than anyone expected.
Google’s Nexus exclusive wireless carrier no longer requires an invitation to use. You will need, however, to own one of the latest 3 Nexus phones.