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Google Camera with HDR+ Ported to Snapdragon 820/821 and 835 Devices

Despite the lavish praise the Google Nexus line received thanks to its openness to development, the smartphones have received much criticism for their camera prowess. That changed (though some would argue it hasn't) with the release of the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, however, as Google took a more consumer directed approach to their smartphones and...

Xiaomi Mi Note 2 XDA Review: A Capable Flagship and a Solid First Step Onto the World Stage

Xiaomi’s worldwide launch has been heralded for years, and with the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 it looks like the final pieces are falling into place. As Xiaomi’s first flagship phone to offer a model with worldwide frequency band support, the Mi Note 2 offers an exciting look into what we can expect from Xiaomi as...

Turing Announces Distribution Partnership with Potevio in China for its $1,599 Smartphone

Turing Robotics Industries (TRI), the makers of the elusive (putting it lightly) Turing Phone, came back into the spotlight with their recent manufacturing agreement with TCL to produce the $1,599 Turing Phone Appassionato GX8. The company does appear to be working towards an actual product that consumers can buy, as it has now announced a...

LG G6 to Sport Better Quad DAC, Device to be Unveiled on February 26 at MWC 2017

LG is gearing up for its big reveal, as the company has sent out Press Invites for its upcoming launch event on February 26th at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. The LG G6 is going to be an ambitious attempt at a comeback by LG, as it seeks to look past the mistakes made...

Leaked LG G6 Images Show Off the Device From Multiple Angles

We're just a few short weeks away from Mobile World Congress 2017, so it is natural to get a taste of what smartphones will be releasing at the event. The LG G6, LG's flagship for the first half of 2017, is one such device that has the Android enthusiast community all pumped up. A new leak...

ZUK Officially Launches the ZUK Edge, with a 86.4% Screen-to-Body Ratio

ZUK is a spin off of Lenovo's smartphone business and operates independently from Lenovo itself (similar to how Honor operates independent of Huawei). The ZUK Z1, launched in August of last year, was one of the few smartphones that ran Cyanogen OS out of the box. They've released a handful of smartphones since then, but...