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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the confirmation of a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G variant thanks to Verizon's CEO, new AirPods 3, and more.
The AT&T 5G network is already working in many cities, and there are some speed test results available that show similar results to what we already have
Huawei and ZTE could start to have even more problems in their commercial activities with the US if this national security ban gets to be more than a rumor
We may already have the prices and release date for the Samsung Galaxy S10 devices for next year, plus their possible storage options
There has been a report saying that an iPhone X exploded after being updated to iOS 12.1 so you should wait a bit longer before upgrading
If a recent study is to be believed, 5G smartphone shipments will slowly increase as it will take years for the industry to see volumes.
The iPhone X wasn't Apple's best-sold mobile device between October and December 2017 in the US, according to the latest CIRP report.
Customer satisfaction is at an all-time high for both T-Mobile and flagship prepaid sub-brand MetroPCS, according to the latest J.D. Power research.
AT&T is second, Sprint is third, but T-Mobile is a most improved fourth and may be biting at some yellow towers soon enough.
Similar to domestic arch-nemesis Samsung, LG has likely enjoyed a strong Q2 in financial terms, but not thanks to the G5 or smartphones in general.
After a mediocre 2015, 2016 has started on a high note for Samsung, with both Q1 and now Q2 revenues and profits boosted by the Galaxy S7 duo.
Despite an encouraging stagnation in average selling prices this past quarter, tablet shipments plummeted by 33 percent compared to Q4 2015.
HTC's financials weren't any rosier in May compared to the previous few months, with revenue registering a 37 percent year-on-year decline.
Lenovo had a crappy quarter from a financial standpoint, and a sub-par year overall, with Motorola-branded phones among those to blame.
Global wearable sales saw a healthy uptick between January and March 2016, but it was Fitbit and Xiaomi, not Apple, that led the manufacturer ranks.
A new study focused on 'mobile device performance and health' found that Android handhelds failed almost twice as often as iPhones in Q1 2016.
With the HTC 10 and Vive not out in time to help their manufacturer recover, the financially struggling Taiwanese company had another dreadful quarter.
According to Kantar research, fitness bands trump smartwatches in US mainstream popularity, with the ranks reversed in Europe's big four countries.
Fitbit sold more wearable devices than it anticipated during the year's first quarter, and earned more money, but profits were still pretty slim.