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    The new Nexuses may share a single a single design despite their rumored size differences. Whether or not you consider it as good news or bad depends on how you view these prospective renders. And if you're seeing what we're seeing, one thing comes to mind — it's as if the Nexus 6P's glass capsule on back started swallowing rear-side real estate like "The Blob". We should note that Android Police's David Ruddock has created this mock-up based on details he has acquired from a source. Get ready to put on your critics' glasses. We start with the device as a body of work from suspected ...

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    We know the X, we know the Y, but we've yet to find about the Z. That's the information we can glean off of a NowhereElse.fr leak of a computer-aided design render that should represent an iPhone 7 (pictured right). The enlarged camera port on top — which should make for a pretty intense bump on the back, by the way — was first seen on another CAD leak from design subcontractor Catcher. But the major spec in this picture is the dimensions — 138.3mm by 67.12mm — which are almost the exact same as the iPhone 6s and not too far off from the iPhone 6's Y by X. What we don't know is ...

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    If you like to look at extrusions and spinning splines, get ready for a shocker. One artist has decided to composite details from images and leaks compiled so far of the HTC One M10, codenamed "Perfume." For the best experience, turn down the lights in your room and put on sunglasses. And point with your finger guns. One thing that caught our eye was the power button and the lack of defined ridging, as leaked here and seen on the One A9 in the fall. The back of the render lacks HTC branding (and HTC wouldn't have that, now would it?) and depth delineation for those antenna inlays. The ...

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    The days of Summer are waning, and here in the United States the trees are beginning to turn lovely shades of red and yellow. You know what that means? Time for a new Nexus phone! Luckily the rumor mill has been running in high-gear for quite some time now and many think they've got the specs of the "new Nexus" pretty nailed down. That is, if the Nexus 5 rumors hold true. I had a whole article in mind following the FCC releases and subsequent renders of what many are calling the "Nexus 5"... then @evleaks had to go and rain on everyone's parade and conclude that the device in the FCC ...

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    In a mobile world that runs on rumor and speculation, the HTC device codenamed the "M7" is this season's belle of the ball. The smartphone broke cover courtesy of an analyst leak back on December 5th, and it's been generating all manner of excitement ever since. That's not just because the M7 is purported to be an Android flagship device (though that's scintillating enough on its own). The M7 is especially intriguing because its parent company has, for over a year, been trying to claw itself out of a hole it fell into back in 2011. If it were a less remarkable corporation, that wouldn't ...

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    Chinese manufacturer ZTE has introduced the Orbit at this year's MWC in February. We've seen official wording just one day before the show started and we've managed to get our hands-on with the device on the show floor, at the manufacturer's booth. After exactly seven months from its unveiling the phone has now landed on US Cellular's Windows Phone line-up (where it sits together with the good old 7Pro from HTC). Back in February it was the first Windows Phone 7.5 Tango-powered device we've laid our hands and eyes on. It packs a  four-inch WVGA screen, 1GHz processor, 4GB of internal ...

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    Microsoft Surface, as announced last week, generated a lot of buzz, dividing people into those who love it and those who, well, don't like it that much. However, everyone agrees that the company is taking it to the next level and with in-house hardware production they're taking the right path. Furthermore, there were even rumors of future possible in-house Windows Phone 8 production, but that's something for the future. However, I know I would definitely buy the Surface-Phone above and below running Windows Phone 8 (created by Jonas Daehnert). No, it's not an official render ...

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