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HTC launches the Desire 12s with a 5.7-inch HD+ display and Qualcomm Snapdragon 435

Like a few other smartphone OEMs, HTC has been struggling become the manufacturer they once were. After the deal with Google went down many predicted they would exit the smartphone industry and focus on VR, but the company says they aren't giving up on smartphones. Their mainstream flagship smartphone is now referred to as the...

Palm’s first Android phone has a tiny 3.3-inch display and requires another phone

In a rather interesting turn of events, the once highly coveted Palm technology company has just launched a new (yet tiny) Android smartphone. Seemingly called simply the Palm Phone, the device has a 3.3-inch display, is exclusive to Verizon Wireless, and requires you to have another phone. The device is not inspired by PalmOS, or...

Palm’s first Android phone may have a 3.3-inch display & 800 mAh battery

Those of you who are phone enthusiasts might remember Palm being a thing before the advent of Android as the most used mobile OS on the planet. Palm devices were pretty ahead of their time. They ran WebOS, which was a very capable operating system for smartphones: the UI/UX, designed and developed by then-rising Chilean...

LG Q6 Android Oreo update adds DTS:X 3D stereo sound & new camera LED features

The LG Q6 is a low-end Android smartphone released last year powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 435. Being a low-end phone, the expectation is that it won't receive many (if any) software updates. It launched with Android 7.1 Nougat last year and hasn't received a major update since. That's set to change, though, as according...

Xiaomi Redmi 4 Mini-Review: A Hundred Dollars of Android Gets You Pretty Far

The Indian smartphone market is comprised of hundreds of players, spread across a large spectrum of budgets. But in a country where the per capita income (income per person in a year) was just ~$1,450 last fiscal year, aiming for the low end of the market with its vast untapped potential becomes crucial for brand...