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Amazon page confirms the Fire TV Cube is a real product, coming soon

Amazon confirms the existence of the Fire TV Cube, an upcoming product which is expected to be a mix between a Fire TV and Echo speaker.

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Samsung confirms Galaxy S10 could see a name change

With the Galaxy S9 revealed at MWC 2018, it didn’t take long for attention to turn to the next version of the Samsung device. The Galaxy S10 is the next logical number in the scheme for the device Samsung has lined up for next year but the company suggests it could take a different route […]

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Xiaomi confirms the Mi MIX 2S is coming, will run the cutting-edge Snapdragon 845

Xiaomi’s Donovan Sung announced the company’s newest smartphone, the Mi Mix 2S – check out the details and release date, here.

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Huawei confirms its next phone is the P20 and will have three cameras

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We’ve been hearing leaks and rumors regarding the Huawei P20 for quite some time now, and just a few short days before MWC 2018 begins, Huawei’s sent out a teaser to make sure you don’t forget about its event next month.

There’s been some debate regarding whether the upcoming phone would be branded as the P20 or P11, and while sources of ours confirmed this earlier in the year, this is the first time Huawei’s  [Read More…]

Sony confirms its flagship phones receive two years of software updates

Mid-range and entry-level phones are left to Sony’s discretion, however.

When buying a new Android phone, one of the things to keep in mind is how fast or slow certain manufacturers release software updates for existing hardware. Google’s Pixel line is the current go-to if you want the fastest updates possible, whereas companies like Samsung can be agonizingly slow in this regard.

Sony’s always done a pretty good job at pushing out software updates in a speedy  [Read More…]

Samsung officially confirms the Galaxy S9 is coming at MWC 2018

There were a lot of rumors suggesting that we would have already seen the Samsung Galaxy S9 lineup by now, but those obviously turned out to be false. Thankfully, DJ Koh confirmed Samsung’s plans to launch the device at MWC 2018 during an interview at CES 2018. A little bit ago, Samsung decided to get […]

OnePlus confirms up to 40,000 users affected by credit card breach

Things just went from bad to worse real quick.

On Monday, January 15, OnePlus announced on its forums that some customers had reported fraudulent activity on credit and debit cards used for purchases on oneplus.net. It was unclear at the time how many people had been affected or what caused this in the first place, and just a day later, OnePlus removed the option to make payments with a credit/debit card from its site.

A few days  [Read More…]

DJ Koh confirms the Samsung Galaxy S9 will launch at MWC 2018

There were a few rumors making their rounds that suggested that Samsung would surprise everyone and steal the show at CES 2018 with an announcement of the Galaxy S9. According to ZDNet, that won’t be the case after DJ Koh, president of Samsung’s mobile business, confirmed this information. Koh confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will […]

ZTE confirms 8.0 Oreo is coming to Axon 7

The ZTE Axon 7 was a fantastic mid-range phone when it was released in August of 2016, and if you can find a solid deal on it now, it’s still not the worst way you can spend your cash on an Android handset. The hardware of the Axon 7 continues to look and feel great even in late 2017, and it now looks like the software will be receiving a big update very soon.

In a community forum  [Read More…]

Huawei confirms Mate 10 Pro will launch on U.S. carriers in 2018

This is a big step for the company.

As great as Huawei’s devices have gotten over the years, the company still has a very minimal presence in the United States. The Huawei brand just isn’t anywhere close to the recognition of Samsung, LG, or even HTC, but this should start to change come next year.

Speaking to ABC News, Huawei’s President of Consumer Business, Richard Yu, confirmed that the company would launch its Mate 10 Pro flagship  [Read More…]