by Jules Wang | July 3, 2016 11:12 PM
The M1 crawls from the edge of London all the way up through the Midlands up to Aberford in West Yorkshire where it meets up with the A1. We say it crawls because the M1, also a codename for a rumored HTC-made Google Nexus device this year, seems to be crawling and holding itself back. The device, also known as "Marlin," now appears in a Geekbench log running Android N — because duh — and a quad-core Qulacomm processor, clocked at the ever-so-common 1.59GHz. It manages some meaty scores similar to this year's other Android flagships on a Snapdragon 820. The motherboard entry would ...
by Stephen Schenck | November 10, 2015 12:48 PM
LG brought us the G4 this past spring, and we're only just now seeing the new V10 start making its way to carrier shelves. Between the two of them (and to a lesser extent, also the G Flex 2) we've seen what LG can put together for its 2015 smartphone flagships – but 2016's already right around the corner, and that's going to spell plenty of fresh competition. As we field rumors of a possibly-very-early Galaxy S7 from Samsung, what heavyweight will LG be bringing to the table next? A new rumor gives us a starting point for that investigation, as we hear about LG's plans for a smartphone ...
by Stephen Schenck | April 7, 2014 8:06 PM
As smartphone races go, the battle to be thinnest around has (thankfully!) fizzled. Sure, a few OEMs try to push limits every now and then, but most of the big names are pretty comfortable around the sizes their flagship inhabit now, and show little interest in defying physics and trying to cram even more hardware into smaller spaces. Still, it is neat to know that there are at least some crazy thin options out there if that's your cup of tea, and a new rumor suggest that Windows Phone could soon get a seriously thin option of its own. While we haven't heard it mentioned among the list of ...
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