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Motorola celebrates selling 100 million Moto G phones by offering discounts

Despite the changing hands of Motorola's ownership, the company has managed to endure turmoil and remain relevant ever since 2013. With the Motorola G Stylus and the Motorola G8 series set to arrive on the market, the company seems to be doing better than ever. To celebrate selling 100 million Moto G Phones over the...

Entry-level Samsung Galaxy A01 headed to the US

Back in December, Samsung announced both the Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51. The A series of smartphones from Samsung tend to be more budget-oriented, with a feature or two which aims to help them stand out against the competition. Shortly after both of those aforementioned devices were announced, the company quietly revealed another addition to the A series...

Google and OnePlus gain ground in the US thanks to the Pixel 3a and OnePlus 7 Pro

Following the launch of the Google Pixel 3a and the OnePlus 7 Pro, sales numbers have seen both companies gain ground in the US on other device manufacturers. Samsung, LG, and ZTE all suffered reductions in sales this year, although OnePlus and Google rocketed ahead. OnePlus saw growth of 152% year over year in sales,...

US Justice Department reportedly plans to investigate Google for antitrust violations

Following a $5 billion fine imposed by the European Commission, Google changed how it packaged search applications and browser choices on Android devices sold in the EU. That came only a few years after Google was forced to pay $2.7 billion for manipulating search results to prioritize its own shopping services. The company is also...

OnePlus was a top 5 flagship brand in Q4 2018 while the Google Pixel is the fastest growing brand in the US

Google's Pixel smartphones have a lot of good going for them, but their high pricing tends to keep them from being an approachable brand and product. The high pricing, coupled with the lack of marketing, meant that the Google Pixel always was a step behind in the premium segment as far as sales are concerned....

ZTE is aiming to launch a 5G smartphone in the US by early 2019

There has been a lot of talk about 5G over the past few years, and the next-gen wireless technology is now materializing. 3GPP came out with the first set of standards for 5G last year, and now that they've been more or less set, telecom equipment manufacturers and wireless modem manufacturers can begin to design...

Xiaomi to Launch Another Product in US in October; Smartphone Launches in the “Near Future”

Xiaomi, the OEM that has caused major upheaval in the Indian smartphone scene in the budget segments, now has its eyes set on the USA. As reported by Bloomberg after an interview with Hugo Barra, Vice President of International Operations at Xiaomi, the company is all set to make an appearance in the U.S. smartphone market "in the...