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Samsung Set To Launch A High-End Folder Phone in Korea

Flip phones are still very popular in some parts of the world, apparently. According to ETNews, Samsung is set to launch a new Folder phone in South Korea. The Folder phone is known as model number SM-W2017 and it will have features taken from other flagship devices of the Korean OEM. The information of the premiere has been anonymously given...

Google Phone App Now Features Spam Protection

Ever since telemarketing became a thing, groups of people have tried to make the most by resorting to what is know as spam calls. These often take the form of automated voice recordings (or robocalls as they are often called) being played back to the receiver, often selling goods or services that the receiver may...

[DAY1] Introducing the XDA Labphone — Smooth, Sleek, and Ready to Flash

We’ve been hard at work at the XDA HQ for close to two years, with only one goal -- to answer a fundamental question. That question is, “Just how powerful can Android get?” After years of development, and countless bricked devices, we are ready to take the wraps off XDA’s biggest project yet: the XDA Labphone,...

ZTE’s Mysterious Axon Phone

PC Mag's Sascha Segan has revealed today that the mysterious Axon Phone that has been making the news recently is owned by none other than ZTE, the U.S.'s 4th largest phone manufacturer. The upcoming device started making news yesterday after news sources started receiving invites to an event in New York City on July 14th. The devices...

Editorial: Why We’ll Never Have The Perfect Phone

So you’re waiting for that perfect phone, it’s bound to happen sooner or later right? An OEM will finally bow to consumer demand and make a phone with all those features that we want at a reasonable price and in doing so conquer the market. Wrong.In a recent Discuss feature we asked you, “What’s the...

The Future of Phone Calls: Carrier Extinction?

Not many people expected the internet to bring this revolution in human interaction and communication, and before it came to be, video-conferences on your wrist seemed liked something too far off and too futuristic. Now it is trivial, and in a sense, I think peoples' heads are opening up to the possibilities of these new...