Here goes Samsung taking shots at the iPhone again, this time in a new '6 > 6' campaign to show off what its new phones can do.
Samsung has given up on the seizure inducing videos, and gone back to its favorite iPhone bashing videos to promote its two new devices. The latest campaign, 6 > 6, shows off the advantages of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge have over the iPhone 6, and why customers should pick its products.
If you are looking for a new device, or a solid back up, Best Buy has discounted the second-gen Moto X on AT&T and Verizon, now priced at $299.
Best Buy is running a new deal on the second-gen Moto X on both AT&T and Verizon which drops the off contract price down to only $299. This deal is on the 16GB model in black on either carrier. AT&T customers get $100 in savings on the deal, and Verizon customers see $250 in savings.
After launching the One M9+ and the polycarbonate One E9+ in China earlier this year, HTC has announced another high-end device in the country, the One ME.
Design-wise, the One ME shares a lot of similarities with the One M9+, including a fingerprint sensor at the front that and BoomSound stereo speakers. At the back, however, the device has a single 20MP camera sensor, much like the One E9+. The phone features a polycarbonate body with a metal frame running around the sides.
Both Best Buy and Amazon are now offering the Nexus 6 for $150 off.
If you're looking at picking up a Nexus 6, there's no shortage of deals for the device right now. Following Google's price drop yesterday, Amazon and Best Buy are now also listing the device for just $499 for the 32GB model—$150 off the original price.
5- and 6-inch ZenFone 2 handsets introduce laser autofocus and Qualcomm CPUs.
ASUS has only just got done releasing the ZenFone 2 — an Intel-powered 5.5-incher that arrives in the U.S. starting at a surprisingly affordable $199 price point. But that's not the end of ASUS' mid-level smartphone lineup for 2015. Just like last year, it seems the Taiwanese company will field ZenFones in varying sizes with mixed hardware across the board. And this week at Computex 2015 in Tapiei, we got a look at 5-inch and 6-inch variants of the ASUS ZenFone 2, with Intel chips and laser autofocus.
The Huawei P8 lite, as it stands at the time of its launch in mid-2015, is one of the new breed of unlocked phones available in North America. It combines decent hardware and disappointing software with a price that's tough to beat, given that you don't have to pay it over 24 months, put off a quarter's worth of dining out just to make up the difference. No, at $249 — like other phones in this space — the P8 lite is excitingly affordable.
So. Here's where you can purchase the Huawei P8 lite:
In celebration of the stores first birthday, Huawei is offering up a $50 savings when purchasing one of three Huawei smartphones.
Alongside releasing the P8 Lite, Huawei is also celebrating its online store's first birthday. In honor of the occasion, the company is offering a $50 savings when purchasing one of three smartphones from their site, as well as a free accessory bundle to go with it.
The Huawei P8 lite is the latest entry from the Chinese manufacturer into the unlocked North American market. It's a solidly mid-range smartphone, with a 5-inch display at 720p, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 610 processor. The one standout spec, however, isn't a good one — this phone is launching with Android 4.4.4.
A brief look at a decent (and decently priced) unlocked Android smartphone that's hampered more than a bit by one nagging issue.
The "unlocked" market is starting to bloom a bit this year, and one of the newest entries is this, the Huawei P8 lite. As the name implies it's sort of a little brother to the P8 — you can read our full review of that one here — with the specs and style scaled back a bit to hit its asking price — just $249, without having to sign any sort of contract with a carrier. And what's more is that Huawei is bringing the P8 lite to a number of outlets in the U.S., as well as selling it directly.
And buying the phone really is just the start. It's all part of a pretty big move for Huawei as the Chinese company starts to make inroads in North America, and they're calling it "Unlocked 2.0." No more forking over a few hundred bucks for an imported phone and hoping things work out. (Or not caring too much if they don't, since the price was right.)
The ASUS ZenFone Selfie has another trick up its sleeve: A unique accessory that aims to make it easier to capture your mug.
Announced alongside the ZenFone Selfie, the ASUS Selfie Swing is a rather wacky accessory that plays to the selfie-taking target audience of the phone. It comes in two parts: First, a case into which you slot the phone, and secondly an extended hinge that can function in a couple of interesting ways.
ATRIX HD owners on AT&T were originally promised an update to KitKat for their devices, and since Motorola couldn't make good on it they are offering those customers a new deal.
Motorola is offering ATRIX HD owners some special pricing on a new Moto X Pure Edition, as a result of not being able to bring the KitKat update to the device. To try and make it up to those who were disappointed, Motorola is offering the Pure Edition Moto X for $399, a $100 savings on the device.
Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge owners on Verizon are receiving their first update, which brings some minor changes and bug fixes along with it.
An update is being pushed out by Verizon for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, and this is the first update since the devices release. The update bumps the device to software version VVRU1AOD5, which brings some minor tweaks and bug fixes along with it.
It might not be as head-turning as the latest Android flagships, but Acer's doing a lot right in its latest mid-level offering.
Acer isn't a brand name you'd typically associated with fast, pure Android handsets with a minimal amount of software bloat. But the Taiwanese company's latest Android phone, the Liquid X2, delivers impressive performance, a near-stock Lollipop experience and the possibility of epic longevity. We got an early look at the phone today at Computex 2015 in Taipei. Check past the break for more.
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