If you were unlucky enough to miss out on Amazon’s Verizon-only penny pincher sale a while back and you wanted to get the DROID Bionic, they have another deal up for you. You can get the 4.3 inch dual-core 4G LTE device for $120. While it’s nowhere near the value of getting it for a penny, it’s still a pretty price up against the everyday price Verizon offers it for. Even with the imminent launches of the Motorola DROID RAZR and the Galaxy Nexus, it’s still a fine device. Head here to get started.
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more_vertOnePlus 5 rumors
A couple of new rumors out of Korea shed some light on the OnePlus 5. If you’re wondering about the OnePlus 4, you’re not crazy, they did indeed skip 4.
You no longer need to buy a Pixel, Google Home, Android Wear 2.0 watch, use Allo, or buy any of the newest smartphones to get Google Assistant. Google has announced that they’re bringing it to everyone starting this week.
more_vertSony Xperia X2 leaks
Sony’s Xperia X2 has leaked, and by god the bezels are small. No, like they’re actually small. Not even normal-sized. But tiny.
more_vertOG DROID Turbo gets soak test
It seems owners of the original Motorola DROID Turbo are receiving invites to a new soak test.
Google has let Pixel owners know that it has identified a fix for random Bluetooth disabling that has been happening with the phone on Nougat and an update will be rolling out soon.
Google is now selling Samsung’s Chromebook Plus at their online storefront. The Chromebook goes for $449, plus a $20 Google Play gift card.
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If you were curious to see what kind of hardware the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus will be working with, @evleaks just leaked out most of the device’s specs.
Here’s a photo of the BlackBerry Mercury sitting next to some FCB apparel, a sure sign that they’re all packed and ready to go for a formal announcement at Mobile World Congress.