Samsung is said to have opened a third production facility in order to keep up with the high demand of the Galaxy S6 edge.
According to new reports, Samsung has opened a third production facility that will allow them to double production capacity of Galaxy S6 edge screens. Samsung had predicted record sales of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, and they reportedly had planned the launch of this third facility in June.
Nokia has issued an official statement that denies recent online reports that the Finland-based company will make and sell smartphones once again.
The statement refers to a story posted on a China-based website on Friday that allegedly quoted the head of Nokia in that country. That report said Nokia would start making Android-based smartphones in one of its Chinese facilities.
For better or worse, the Galaxy S6 really wants you to have a Samsung Account.
Much like a Google Account is basically required if you want to make the most of any Android phone, a Samsung Account is starting to become an integral part of owning a Samsung phone. Creating or signing into your Samsung Account is baked right into the setup process for the Galaxy S6, and while you're technically able to skip on past it, you're really best off signing in.
Xiaomi launched its new flagship device, the Mi 4i, this week at a global premiere in New Delhi, India, and the mega event saw over 1,500 members of the Mi India community along with media and business partners. While Hugo Barra, Vice President of Xiaomi Global, took the wraps off the Mi 4i, Xiaomi founder and CEO, Lei Jun also made his maiden appearance in the country.
The Mi 4i will go on sale in India first, and starting in May will launch in Xiaomi's other markets — Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia. We had some time to use the Mi 4i at the launch event, and here are our first impressions.
Big Red gets a lot of shade thrown their way most days, but their version of the Galaxy S6 is my favorite by far.
It's an unpopular opinion on the Internet — at least in the highly vocal smartphone nerd corner of the Internet — but Verizon Wireless is an impressive mobile carrier in my book. My personal line on Verizon is from the golden age of unlimited data, and while it's not really fair to use that as a point in their favor now that those plans have been eradicated, I still have it and it's still nice, so I selfishly cling to it.
In exchange for that sweet, sweet line of unlimited data that works great everywhere I have ever traveled in the US, I put up with a lot of crap. I miss out on cool devices like the OnePlus One, the Nexus 6 got delayed by what felt like forever, and I still shudder when I think about what they did to the Sony Xperia Z3v this year. The devices I do get access to are usually full of apps I don't want, and the check mark tramp stamp on the back is a constant joke among some of my friends. Every once in a while it's worth it, like the time we Verizon users got a sweet red and black HTC One M8 or when the Droid Turbo turned out to be a particularly nice phone, but most of the time it's just sad.
For once, however, the Verizon version of a phone feels like an amazing upgrade. I'm talking about the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, and it's all about the software.
The Android CentralHTC One M9 review is our collective, in-depth guide to HTC's 2015 flagship, covering everything from hardware to software to camera quality. However with a major Android device like this, it's worth presenting a second opinion.
The HTC One M9 is the latest in a line of highly successful phones for HTC. 2013's M7 and 2014's M8 were among the best Android phones available at the time, and the past two generations of HTC One hardware hold up well to this day.
There were a couple of things about last year's M8 that held me back from using it more, however: The anxiety-inducing slipperiness of the curved metal body, and the generally disappointing Ultrapixel camera.
I've been using the M9 on and off this past month, and for the most part I've found it an enjoyable phone to use — certainly HTC's best to date. However the Taiwanese company hasn't overcome all of the shortcomings of its previous flagships. And with Samsung finally upping its game in a few important areas, not to mention the prospect of another strong LG flagship on the horizon, the M9 could have its work cut out.
With that in mind, let's take another look at HTC's 2015 flagship.
The backside of the LG G4 is not just your average leather; it is the finest leather they can find, and goes through a 12 week manufacturing process.
The LG G4 featuring a leather back is nothing new, but did you know that the manufacturing process for the back cover is a 12 week process? LG has outlined some additional information on the leather they selected for the back along with some details on the production process.
Xiaomi launched a new phone, the Mi 4i, in New Delhi, India on April 23, and they have posted the event online for everyone to check out.
If travel to New Delhi, India wasn't in your plans to check out the launch of the Xiaomi Mi 4i, you can now watch the video from the comfort of your own home. The 5-inch, $200 smartphone, packs some impressive specs into a budget flagship.
Our Samsung Galaxy S6 review stands as our collective definitive take on this year's phone. But that doesn't mean it's not worth getting a second opinion. And I'm an interesting choice for it, having mostly ignored Samsung devices the past couple years.
OnePlus One owners can now once again download the Cyanogen OS 12 update, following a decision to halt the rollout earlier this week.
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei claimed they halted the update because they wanted to add the "Ok OnePlus" feature. However, today it looks like the Cyanogen OS 12 update rollout was stopped again to fix some "critical" bugs.
Xiaomi's Mi 4i is the first phone the manufacturer has launched outside of China, and will debut in India initially.
Xiaomi's VP of global operations Hugo Barra was on hand to announce the Mi 4i, the Chinese vendor's latest flagship. The device features a 5-inch full-HD display, 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 615 SoC (the second-generation variant) with eight Cortex A53 cores: four high-performance cores clocked at 1.7GHz and four energy-efficient cores at 1.1GHz, 2GB DDR3 RAM, 16GB internal memory, 13MP Sony/Samsung sensor with a f/2.0 lens (the same sensor used in the Mi Note) and two-tone flash, 5MP shooter at the front with a wide-angle lens, dual-SIM connectivity, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac and a massive 3,120mAh battery.
At a media event in New Delhi, Asus launched the ZenFone 2 in the Indian market, with several variants of the device — including the one with 4GB RAM — set to be available in the country.
The entry-level ZenFone 2 (ZE550ML) offers a 5.5-inch 720p display, quad-core 1.8GHz Intel Atom Z3560 CPU, 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage along with dual-SIM connectivity, microSD card slot, 13MP camera, 5MP front camera and a 3,000mAh battery, and be available in the country for ₹12,999.
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