It seems that the Apple Watch Series 4 won't be having its ECG function enabled within the United Kingdom for some time, maybe for some years
There is a new variant of the OPPO Find X that will include 10GB of RAM according to TENAA in China, we're just waiting for a launch date
A phone with two displays has been tried before, but it hasn't been a big seller. Perhaps this Chinese manufacturer will blow the concept up?
We've been waiting for an update to come for the original OTT TV device from Google and it seems that the radios will be getting a big revamp.
RED has sent documents to the FCC to certify that that Hydrogen ONE follows radiofrequency output rules in the United States.
Motorola's next big phone may not be a "flagship" in the traditional sense if we look back on our rumor coverage. So, what's up with the Motorola One?
Documentation filed at the FCC shows off the go-to-market name that TCL is planning on using for this lighter version of the KEY2.
The latest Samsung smartwatch is expected to launch in just weeks and we finally know to some extent how it will fit on your wrist.
What is the Pocophone? Well, it's not particularly pequeno in the specs department and it doesn't seem like it'll hit the United States.
The OPPO A3 launched with a 720p screen and a notch. There was not fingerprint sensor, just facial recognition. And then there's the next step.
The display's about 7 inches across, the battery's amazingly large and there's the usual trimmings like dual rear cameras sprinkled in, too.
It's a dual-camera mid-ranger more powerful than the Nokia 5.1, though it has a larger, less resolution-dense display. We're still waiting for more.
Well, it could be a small V30, just like how the Q8 was very much like the V34 in that it was a smaller V20. But what are all these model numbers signaling?
But what does it mean for stateside Nokia phone fans? Will retailers also sell the Nokia 5.1 here? Or do things make less sense than what it looks like?
The FCC Office of Engineering and Technology is looking over documents from LG filed for the W319. It features an FCC ID badge in the software of the device and it very much looks like it’s a Wear OS device.
So, how does the W319 relate to the W315 that was also recently passed into the regulator and how do those relate to the LG Watch Timepiece that’s talked about for imminent release? There’s not much connecting the dots so far — all we can reiterate are spec rumors about the device: a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 with 768MB of RAM and 4GB of memory with [...]
LG's yearly attempt at making an Android phone with a stylus in tow may come with a sensical name in 2018. But we've yet to confirm even basic details about it.
The serial number, SM-G8750, comes very close to another phone that has come up in reportage tracking recently, the SM-G8850.
Wireless earbuds have been around for a couple of years now, but they've only come from a few reputable brands. Will OnePlus disrupt this price space?
A vibrant looping ad starts the marketing campaign for real. Meanwhile, hints of the latest software wisp into view with a new certification.
The design of the device is very much like the Moto X4, but there are a couple of spec and design updates for the Moto G6 as revealed here.
Agencies in Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand have reportedly certified several of the devices in both series of Motorola-branded mid-rangers.
The Moto G6, Moto G6 Plus and Moto G6 Play all have Android Oreo, Bluetoth 4.2 and 2:1 displays. Two have one chipset, one have another.
Double the speed, lower voltage and a wider temperature range are all in the cards for the newest update to the Universal Flash Storage standard.