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Nokia P1

Could this be the press render of the Android based Nokia P1?

The #NokiaP1 smartphone is rumored to be the Finnish manufacturer’s comeback phone, based on the Android platform. The last known device from the company came in the form of an Android tablet, the Nokia N1, which was limited to the Chinese markets. We’re now getting a likely look of Nokia’s new handset thanks to a

Unconvincing teaser image of the Galaxy Note 7 appears online

The #Samsung #GalaxyNote6 is supposedly known as the #GalaxyNote7. Now, this is not exactly news to us, but an alleged teaser almost tries to confirm the new moniker. The reasoning behind Samsung wanting to go with the Note 7 instead of the Note 6 is not known, although the teaser doesn’t convince us one bit.

‘Huawei 7P’ trademark hints at the arrival of a Nexus tablet

The #Huawei #Nexus6P has been a very popular device in the #Nexus lineup. Although the sales figures might not be extremely flattering, it is without a doubt one of the best Nexus devices to have come out of Google’s sheds. There has been speculation that this fruitful partnership could grow further in the form of a

Five reasons why we need BlackBerry on the Android team

The rumor is not new. In some shape or form, we’ve been expecting BlackBerry to reach to the dark Google side for salvation for several years now. It seems to be the Canadians’ only shot at a hardware business revival of sorts, and by extension, the company’s survival as a whole. Granted, John Chen could

Nokia X2

Rumor: Nokia looking to launch another Android handset

With Microsoft finishing its acquisition of Nokia, future Lumia Windows Phone devices will be missing the Nokia branding. In the midst of this news, we’re now hearing that the manufacturer could be looking to launch an Android device of its own. It is being said that the team behind the Nokia N9 will be responsible for

LG G3 need to know: final rumor recap and preview

LG far from reinvented the wheel when unveiling the funky-looking, slim-bezeled, rear physical button-toting G2 last summer, but somehow the gigantic 5.2 incher felt like the biggest mobile innovation in years. Sure, it nowhere near challenged Galaxy S4 or Note 3’s booming sales numbers. Yet it once and for all put LG on the map,