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HTC To Announce Two High End Smartphones On September 29th?

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Last week, HTC revealed its plans to introduce a new smartphone on the 6th of September. Through the official teaser image, the Taiwanese company described the mysterious device as “handsome”, so at that point we began hoping for the new contender to be none other than the fabled HTC A9 / Aero. As it turned out, the smartphone announced by …

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Xperia Z5 Premium Teardown: Dual Heat Pipe Cooling, Thermal Paste

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It’s no secret no more that the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium comes with a 4K display (2160 x 3840 pixels). Nice, but you might be wondering how a 4K display might team up with the Snapdragon 810 SoC, renowned by its overheating and throttling issues. Well, Sony claims that it has fixed the issues, but other manufacturers have claimed this …

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Nokia C1 Renders Surface, First Pure Android From The Company?

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Nokia’s future in the smartphone market is somewhat uncertain after Microsoft acquired the company’s Windows Phone branch, but Nokia as a brand is still alive and kicking. Not long ago the company released its first Android-powered tablet dubbed the N1, and there have also been some rumors regarding Nokia’s alleged plans to rejoin the smartphone market on the Android side …

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New LG Smartphone Caught On Camera, LG G4 Note?

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Moments ago, we came across a series of hands-on pictures showcasing a brand new (or never-before-seen) LG smartphone. The terminal seems to have strolled through TENAA (China’s FCC equivalent), where it was captured on film from multiple angles. The entry in TENAA’s database also revealed a model number along with a handful of connectivity details, but much like the internal …

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VAIO Brings “Intrusion Detection System” Security To Smartphones

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Japan Communications Inc. announced today that its first mobile IDS solutions will be available in Japan starting September 18. The first smartphone to make use of a mobile “Intrusion Detection System” will be none other than the VAIO Phone, which was first announced earlier in May. The aforementioned device was the first handset released by VAIO after Japan Industrial Partners …