Best Buy is running a one day sale on the HTC One M8, dropping the price down to $299 while supplies last.
Whether you are looking for a back up device, or to grab a new phone without spending a fortune, Best Buy is offering a great deal for today only on the HTC One M8. Today's deal of the day brings the One M8 on AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon down to only $299, but supplies are limited.
US folks interested in one of the more unique smartphones of 2015 will finally get a chance to put some money down in a couple of days.
While there are plenty of conversations to be had about the best Android phones — conversations that ususally start and end with the major brands out there today — the folks at Yota Devices delivered something truly unique this year with the YotaPhone 2. The dual screen device offered a fun twist on using your smartphone to do more, and in the process turned out to be one of the better experiences out there for users who prefer the Nexus way of doing things. The only things missing from the YotaPhone 2 experience during our review were proper US band support for 4G LTE and an update to the latest version of Android. A quick glance over at the YotaPhone website this morning gives us a peek and when we can expect both.
The Xperia A4 is exclusive to Japan, and will be available in the country via NTT Docomo from mid-June.
Launched as the successor to the Xperia A2, the Xperia A4 is identical in specs to the Xperia Z3 Compact. Along with the phone, Sony has announced launch windows for the Xperia Z4, which will debut in the country in June. The Xperia Z4 Tablet will be available via NTT Docomo in the month of July.
Canadian carrier Rogers has listed that its Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are due to receive the Android 5.1 update in the month of June, with other carriers also estimated to start offering the update at the same time.
Last month, it was revealed that Samsung was working on Android 5.1 for either device, with the update rumored to bring a Guest Mode feature, along with the ability to take images in RAW.
The smartphone space is an increasingly populated – read, crowded – place to be. And it's getting more so as manufacturers such as Huawei start to pump out more, and better, phones, and push to expand its availability into more western markets. The past year was a pretty good one for Huawei with some excellent devices launched, and more sure to be on the way.
As new phones come and go, though, it's tough to keep up with things. So we're breaking it down into a continuously updated list to highlight the best devices that Huawei has to offer. These are the one's we'll be writing about and they'll also be the ones you'll likely want to consider.
LG has already begun looking for testers in the UK and US, but now they are moving to Canada to get the device in the hands of more users before the official release.
If you live in Canada, love technology, and want to try the LG G4 before it gets released, you will want to sign up to try it out for four weeks. LG has already begun looking for testers in the UK and US, and now they are looking for some Canadians to help as well.
MediaTek wants to challenge companies like Qualcomm on the high-end with the announcement of the 10-core Helio X20.
The new 10-core processor from MediaTek has been designed so that the cores are arranged in three groups, or "clusters," which the company claims will allow the Helio X20 to handle different tasks more efficiently.
Micromax's wholly-owned subsidiary Yu Televentures launched its second handset — the Yuphoria — in India for ₹6,999 ($108), with the device going on sale from May 28.
During the launch event, Micromax revealed that the Yu Yuphoria was designed entirely in India, and that the device will be assembled in the country in the future (initial units will come from China). The highlight of the Yuphoria is a metal frame running along the sides of the phone, which is a first in this segment.
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