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Moto E5 with Android Go and big 4,000 mAh battery is now available in the US for $99.99

Introduced this spring, the Moto E5 is finally available for purchase in the United States. So far customers could purchase the Moto E5 Play and Moto E5 Plus in the country, but not the standard Moto E5.

Well, that changes as of this week, as the phone is currently available for $ 99.99 at Best Buy via prepaid carrier SIMPLE Mobile. Target and Walmart will also start selling the device starting on the 14 and 15 October respectively.

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Alcatel 7 with 4,000 mAh battery goes on sale at MetroPCS for $180

Those looking for a mid-range or budget smartphone are in luck, as the Alcatel 7 just went on sale at MetroPCS for $ 179.99.

Alcatel says that with the new handset it has renewed its commitment to offering customers the best value smartphone without sacrificing key features.

The Alcatel 7 features a spacious 6-inch display with the modern 18:9  [Read More…]

ASUS Zenfone Max (M1) with 4,000 mAh battery goes up for pre-sale in the US for $169

If you’re looking for a phone that won’t break the bank, consider ASUS’ new Zenfone Max (M1) offering. The phone just went on pre-sale in the US via B&H and is available unlocked for only $ 169.

Interested parties can get the phone in black, rose gold or red. The handset is compatible with only GSM/LTE carriers like T-Mobile and AT&T.

The new model shouldn’t be confused with its larger brother, the Zenfone Max Plus (M1) which also launched in  [Read More…]

Nearly 4,000 show up for Pokémon Go launch event in Toronto

Close to 4,000 people attended an event in Toronto on Monday to celebrate the Canadian launch of Pokémon Go, formalizing a practice that had been going on unofficially, and on a much smaller scale, since the game launched in the U.S. on July 6.

In the intervening two weeks, it’s believed that nearly 6% of Canadian Android owners downloaded the game, though that number has certainly spiked since its official launch on Sunday.

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Galaxy S7 Active rumored to pack 4000 mAh battery, Snapdragon 820 and more

A new report claims to have the hardware specs for the still unannounced Samsung Galaxy S7 Active. And if the report is to be believed, the AT&T-bound smartphone will be a bit bulkier than its predecessor while packing a bigger battery and similar screen size.

According to VentureBeat, the thickness of the Galaxy S7 Active will be 9.9mm, compared to the Galaxy S6 Active’s thickness of 8.6mm. The S7 Active will also be heavier at 185  [Read More…]

LG letting 4,000 people test drive the LG G4 ahead of release

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LG seems to be really excited about the LG G4, considering all the teases that has been released by LG. Continuing this trend, LG is going to give their new flagship to 4,000 people to get feedback.

As Juno Cho, president and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company, says:

“Customers are our best fans and we think this would be an exciting and unique way to get our most important mobile product  [Read More…]

LG to let 4,000 lucky fans in 15 countries ‘test drive’ a G4 before launch

Details are still a little scarce, but LG’s going to give 4,000 folks in more than a dozen countries the opportunity to “test drive” its new G4 Android smartphone in the weeks before it launches.

The phone will officially be unveiled April 28 in New York City — we’ll be there, of course. As per its usual MO, LG’s already announced that the G4 will sport an f/1.8 camera. The rear buttons remain in the same place,  [Read More…]

Lenovo P70 is a mid-range smartphone with a 4,000 mAh battery

Lenovo launched the P70 in China today, with the standout feature of the device being the 4,000 mAh battery that is claimed to provide a standby time of 34 days on 2G, 29 days on 3G and 30.5 days on 4G.

RPX will buy 4,000 patents from the Rockstar Consortium for $900 million

RPX has announced it will acquire the remaining 4,000 patents held by the Rockstar Consortium for $ 900 million. The agreement will also end the lawsuits that Rockstar had previously filed again a number of Android smartphone companies, including Samsung, HTC, LG and Huawei