News & Updates
While most OEMs are just fine stuffing anywhere between 1,800mAh and 3,500mAh batteries inside their phones, Doogee — a Chinese company — wants to go well beyond that. The company’s latest smartphone, the HomTom HT6, brings to the table a huge 6,250mAh battery
Even if that pre-launch leak didn’t paint the phone in the best light, it seems a lot of people are excited about the OnePlus 2. So many, that OnePlus’ pre-invite reservation list has now topped over 1 million signups. That’s pretty impressive.
Motorola officially took the wraps off their 2015 lineup earlier this week when they announced not two, but three new devices launching this year: the Moto X Style (Pure Edition in the US), Moto X Play, and Moto G 2015. It seems they could be hiding another ace up their sleeves…
We haven’t heard much from Sony’s camp as far as their plans for the second half of 2015, but the company is teasing a new announcement for August 3rd. They did so on Twitter, with a post teasing that they’ll be showing us “a new way to capture split second photos.”
Samsung today unleashed their full earnings report for Q2 2015. It looks good from our end, with revenues of $41.5 billion and profit of $5.9 billion. The mobile division even had a good chunk of that profit at $2.4 billion. But from Samsung’s perspective, things could be much better.
With the OnePlus 2 and Motorola X Style (Pure Edition in the states) flagships being unveiled this week with huge 5.5-inch+ displays, our hope of finding a phone we can easily use with hand now lies in the Nexus 5 (2015).
We’ve safely escorted the Moto G 2015 back to our domicile and we felt it appropriate to have a little chat about this very capable device.
The Moto X Style will be known as the Moto X Pure Edition right here in the good ol’ US of A. That comes with some upsides and downsides, but one big upside is that carriers won’t needlessly delay the update process.
Motorola can tell us all day about their camera improvements in the Moto X Style / Pure Edition, but it helps to see something from a more objective source. A new review sees the phone getting high marks, just under the Galaxy S6/Edge, tying the Galaxy Note 4 for second place.
Wondering what some of the color options for the Moto X Style will look like when you order through Moto Maker? We got a close look at some of the options Motorola had on hand at today’s event.
Motorola sort of threw everyone for a loop when they officially announced this year’s flagship as the “Motorola Moto X Style.” Turns out, the phone will be known as the Motorola Moto X Pure Edition (2015) but only in the US.