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Because this phone may not be a Pixel lite. It could be a tablet. It could be a portable refrigerator. All we (think we) know is the silicon coming into play.
It's also going to be known as the Huawei Nova 2i and may be known as the Huawei Mate 10 Lite to other parts of the world.
Another entry into the X series seems to be keen on some attribute to charging. Will this mid-range phone end up in the US soon?
This variant of the Huawei P10 only has a single camera, 3GB of RAM and a relatively rough price tag for competition. Still, it's on Videotron soon.
The specs are more than decent for an entry-level device at this point, if you happen to trust specs from a deprecated GFXBench page.
HTC has been trying to spice up the design of its major Desire phones lately and in this case, it's a lot of dot-ridging.
Another Mate 9 model from Huawei was leaked out on its website. What's left missing is a price and when this phone can hit the market.
This year will be remembered as the year we got amazing mid-range phones. The best smartphones for $400? Our top five favorites of 2016!
Media-grade renders leak for the new Tizen phone, the mid-ranger that could top mid-rangers gets a raw price and there is a new mid-range delineation.
Instead of just one Desire 10, we may see two mid-range devices with one perhaps starkly different than the other. And HTC needs them both.
Render leaks we saw of a couple of BlackBerry devices are not real leaks nor are they at all official. In fact, they were stolen from a publication.
We may learn more about a more affordable, yet quite similar take on the Honor 5X in China (and elsewhere) on April 13 or 28.
More of the mid-range comes back for a bite at the market with LG's new K5 and K8 smartphones.
Sony looks like it will walk away from high end flagship smartphones. Will other manufacturers follow in those footsteps with mid-range phones?
The Blade lineup gets two new entries with some rather blaring incongruity. But it's quite interesting to see the mid-rangers split the deck.
Samsung is the biggest mobile phone manufacturer by volume and most of those phones, it turns out, end up selling for less than $250 or $200. Insurgent competitor Apple definitely has the profits from planting fat margins onto its products. It’s also been closing the gap in shipments, but it still has a ways to go.
So, the chaebol may be taking the luxury of that ways to go by making plans to ship fewer phones next year — by up 12 percent, according to a domestic retailers group. The math comes out to about 425 million smartphones, give or take a few [...]
The Desire 626 has just released on AT&T though with different internals than we've seen before. How is it? Here are our impressions from the first 24 hours