[Video] It’s Live! Nokia 6 is officially here

While this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is just wrapping up, we have some exciting news for Nokia fans. HMD Global has decided to unveil its first Nokia-branded Android smartphone.  Nokia previously announced its return to smartphones last month, and now a promotional video for one of the company’s upcoming Android-powered phones is live. Continue reading


Real life Samsung Galaxy S8 photos with no physical buttons leaked

Rumours continue to build around Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8 and while we’ve probably heard it all from 4K displays to bezel-less designs, but as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. New Galaxy S8 images have just surfaced, and this time around we’re looking at real life images of Samsung’s upcoming flagship, well, alleged Galaxy S8 images.

Only a day after a handful of renders depicting the Galaxy S8 in black surfaced, an actual photo of the phone in a gold color was posted to China’s Weibo service, offering a head-on view of the display and chassis. Continue reading


Is this the Xperia XZ 2017?

As Sony is working on new devices to unleash in 2017, one of those devices could be particularly exciting. The Japanese tech giant could launch an edge-less handset in 2017, presumably dubbed as the Xperia XZ 2017. Sony looks set to continue its OmniBalance design language into 2017 if this latest rumoured leak turns out to be true.

This picture leaked online is said to come of a gold front panel of an upcoming Sony Xperia device. Continue reading


Xiaomi Mi 5C features an in-house SoC with 3GB RAM

Xiaomi Mi 5c has a new image leak which clearly shows the front and the back design of the phone. Based on these leaks, the phone will resemble the Xiaomi Mi 5 in terms of the design, at least from the front, though unlike the Xiaomi Mi 5, it will ship with metal on the back, instead of glass.

But don’t expect the Mi 5C to feature specs similar to those of the Mi 5s. The Mi 5c will be a lower-end alternative, and today an alleged spec sheet for it has been leaked in China. Continue reading


“Nokia Pixel” and a couple other lower end Nokia devices leak on Geekbench

Nokia’s return to the smartphone industry is expected to kick off in late February with an announcement at MWC 2017 in Barcelona. Some specs for Nokia’s new Android flagship leaked yesterday and now a certain Nokia Pixel has surfaced on Geekbench. The Nokia Pixel was apparently benchmarked earlier this month.

That said, I’m pretty sure that will not be the official name of the device when it does come out. This Nokia Pixel looks to be a lower end device though as its specsheet suggests. Continue reading


Upcoming Nokia flagship specs leaked

Fans have been dreaming of an Android flagship branded under a Nokia logo and recent developments all suggest that it is more than likely to happen in the first few months of 2017.  In fact, the first phones the Finnish company is expected to unveil after the Microsoft fiasco are most likely going to be showcased at Mobile World Congress 2017, in late February.

There certainly will be more than just one smartphone that Nokia will announce at the MWC and one of them at least will be a high end flagship according to new rumours arising out of China.  Continue reading

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A sign for Nokia Theatre is pictured in Los Angeles, California in this October 9, 2012 file photograph. Nokia will partner with China Mobile to launch a version of its new flagship Lumia smartphone tailored for the world's largest cellular market, the Finnish company said on December 5, 2012. China Mobile, the biggest operator in the world with more than 700 million subscribers, will start selling the Lumia 920T, the first phone to be based on Microsoft's new Windows Phone 8 platform in China's third-generation (3G) network.    REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files  (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)

Nokia’s new Android Smartphones could arrive at MWC 2017

Nokia fans around the world have been expecting the company’s return to smartphones. Nokia is set to make its big comeback to the smartphone segment in 2017. Even while rumours and leaks have hinted at the company launching a new line of Android smartphones next year, Nokia has only recently broken the silence as to to its intentions.

First reported by NPU, Nokia has now confirmed its comeback in a slide presented at the company’s Capital Markets Day 2016 event, which states that 2017 will see ‘Nokia’s brand return to smartphones’, putting all doubts to rest. Continue reading