If you are reading this article, there is a good chance you already know how expensive smartphones can be. Going refurbished can be tricky as well, but if a new report pans out the Samsung Refurbished Smartphone program may be a great way to go in the near future.
If you’re lucky enough to live in the United States, today’s piece of good news is that you can get a discounted Huawei Honor 5X for just $160 from Newegg.
According to a recent report that arrived to us courtesy of Reddit, it appears that Samsung may have some quality control issues with regard to their latest flagship, the Galaxy Note 7.
According to a fresh report from Statista, Android running devices accounted for 86,2% of all smartphone sales in the first half of 2016 (globally). That’s pretty impressive to say the least, as the previous record of 84,7% was set in 2015, in the 3rd quarter.
If you want to change your not so old device for a brand new flagship, today’s a good day for you, because Verizon offers a discount of up to three hundred bucks for a Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Note 5, Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, a Moto Z Force Droid or a Moto Z Droid if you trade in your old droid/iPhone for a brand new one.
Earlier this year, we told you a Xiaomi Smartwatch was in the works and set for a Q2 rollout. Well, it appears as if it may arrive next week, alongside the handset known as the Xiaomi Redmi 4.
Tizen still isn’t an OS you are going to find on many devices, but Samsung is slowly starting to change that. The Samsung Z2 will be their next handset to run Tizen, and a new invitation means we could see a formal announcement as soon as next week.
The Yu sub-brand hasn’t been around for long, but they have made an impression with their small arsenal of handsets. As of today, you can add the Yu Yunique Plus to that list as it’s just shown up online ahead of a formal announcement.
Though it may sound as no surprise for many keyboard warriors like yours truly, a fresh leaked photo of the upcoming Chinese-Wonder LeEco Le 2s shows a back panel which looks strikingly similar to the iPhone 7’s.
The soon to be released Samsung Galaxy On7 (the 2016 variant) was covered previously (and copiously) on our website and today’s news is that it passed through US’s regulatory body FCC (some sort of Caudine Forks) and as proof we have a picture showing the model number of the new droid, i.e. SM-G610F together with some other goodies, just keep reading folks