Even though we saw it coming from a mile away, the Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus was a pleasant surprise. It was also a handset bound for the states, and we’re pleased to announced the Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus U.S. release date has finally arrived.
Whenever a new smartphone launches, we usually see a handful of promos. If it’s a flagship, you can bet the farm on it, and today Verizon is introducing one for the HTC 10 launch.
Reach Mobiles isn’t a brand most folks have heard of unless you reside in India and a few other locales. The latest handset bound for India from the company is the Reach Allure+, which has just been announced for Rs. 5,444.
We are still early in 2016, but thus far the LG G5 has been the biggest surprise in the smartphone world. If you reside in India, you will soon be able to grab one for yourself as the LG G5 India release date is rumored to arrive late next month.
Another day, another benchmark listing. This time Sony has a couple of handsets making the rounds, and we’ve got the scoop on the Sony F3311 and Sony F3216 specifications.
We first learned of the Ulefone Future back in January, and it appears we are finally nearing its release. Initially, we weren’t sure how much it would cost or when it would land, but today pre-sales have begun ahead of an official launch in May.
Back in February, we learned of an incoming handset from LG called the LG X Cam. While details were a bit vague at the time, the company’s UK site has the goods on the smartphone and we’re back to give you a full breakdown on the LG X Cam release.
It’s been a while since we covered a new handset from BLU, but today two new smartphones have made their debut. They are the BLU Dash M2 and the BLU Dash X2, and both offer up decent specs while running Android 6.0.
Towards the end of last summer, Panasonic introduced several new smartphones including the Eluga I2. It appears they’ve gone back to the well once again, and the Panasonic Eluga I3 is ready to roll for consumers in India.
Leaks surrounding Motorola’s 2016 lineup are starting to slowly trickle in. Today the device in question is the Moto X (2016), which may have just appeared on GeekBench.