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We don't know a great deal about the reportedly impending T-Mobile REVVL Plus, but it should cost around $250 with decent features in tow.
Leaks of this phone have drawn comparisons to the Coolpad Defiant that was out earlier on this year. So, will we see this phone one-up the REVVL?
Specifications for the device include improved displays, mid-range internals and tempered prices. Meanwhile, a Chinese firm jockeys for Yota's destiny.
The T-Mobile-exclusive Coolpad Defiant is indeed defying smartphone market trends with obsolete specs but also a ridiculously low price.
It's a budget device that will defy the Coolpad Catalyst from last year. But with the same tier materials, will the price stay the same?
Nine manufacturers have signed on to give each other royalty-free licenses on all patents covering Android devices with Google services.
With HTC making the first two Google phones, who will make the third one? A game of mastermind is underway to determine that.
The LG G6 will be friendless and T-Mobile will be even more carrier-less(?) soon. Plus, Pocketnow talks with the makers of a subwoofer bracelet.
Cheaper than both the Honor 6X and ZTE Blade V8 Pro stateside, the newly launched Coolpad Conjr has metal, 3GB RAM and a fingerprint reader going for it.
With up to 6GB RAM in tow, Snapdragon 821 processing power and a single 16MP rear camera, the LeEco Cool S1 looks like quite the (Chinese) bargain.
LeEco and Coolpad come under one chairmanship, the former of which is coming into financial scrutiny by its shareholders. Cost-cutting may mean synergy.
The aptly titled Cool1 Dual is a brand-new dual rear camera-sporting Android phone from LeEco and Coolpad, priced at only $166 and up.
After setting up an American headquarters, snapping up Vizio, and becoming Coolpad's dominant shareholder, LeEco plans a Cool1 launch next week.
If you're not reading this on July 1 and didn't get to take $350 off the Galaxy S6 edge, you've got a whole July 4th weekend of savings at T-Mobile.
OPPO has extended its streak of topping market share in Chinese offline sales. Apple and Huawei nip at its heels, though.
Scoring a gratis phone from T-Mobile is as easy as joining one of the Uncarrier's prepaid plans starting February 3.
Guess what? It’s 2015. And guess what else? Starting on September 30, you’ll see a top-of-the-line phone from 2011 make its way to the shelves of T-Mobile.
We’ve seen what the HTC Desire 626 do with a Snapdragon 210 processor and while the company tried to make the phone viable at $200, we might think otherwise. So, what does Coolpad have to offer at $50 a pop? Apparently, a device called the Rogue.
T-Mobile’s spec sheet doesn’t really jive with what Qualcomm says any of its Snapdragon 200-class SoCs can do (the Wi-Fi adapter listed does [...]
Take a look at the new Coolpad Ivvi K1 Mini, the current holder of the thinnest smartphone title.