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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the Google's Stadia with its features, Huawei's new 5G deal, Galaxy Note 10 renders and more.
The Russian brand has been gilding gold to phones of all sorts, but with it being President's Day, Caviar is getting presidents on the iPhone XS.
A fully furnished Pixel 3 XL box has been sent to a Russian publication. Turns out, the source says, Google has forgotten about a shipping container.
It'll have a refined look, feel and overall design, but at what cost? Is it enough for stock Android? Will it be justified with other hardware on-board?
With a 91.24 percent screen-to-body ratio, it's an impressive phone indeed. No word on pricing, though we can bet it'll be steep to import.
TCL introduced us to the Alcatel 1X earlier this year with what we thought was the most basic setup with modern trimmings you can get in 2018. Well, this.
It was a nominal fine for the chaebol over allegations of price fixing through pressuring its resellers in the federation.
Postpaid customers can take part in the World Cup excitement with high-speed data throughput for the duration of the FIFA tournament.
We knew there was going to be an event in Moscow on Tuesday, but we didn't exactly know what was going to happen. Turns out, this shindig IS for consumers, too.
Believe it or not, net neutrality has not been saved by this week's Senate vote. And it probably won't be if the House and Donald Trump have anything to do with it. That, plus the launch of the OnePlus 6 on this week's show!
It's named Tesla. No, not Nicola. Think Elon Musk. And all of this has to do with luxury, prestige, and innovative association with innovation.
There is no clear indication of what the Nokia smartphone brand licensee wants to do in Russia, but fans have plenty of ideas.
Despite its popularity among local government officials, Telegram messaging access is to be shut down in Russia following a court order.
The Chinese OEM has set out a future footprint for Russia for its mobile payments system and it could have sights for Europe.
It's nothing spectacular, but with some more evidence piled on, it's also becoming clear that the HTC Desire 12 will be real.
UnionPay is the lead issuer of credit and debit cards in China that partnered with Huawei to launch Huawei Pay in 2016. It's not gone and expanded on the deal.
And sure, it has to be Russia getting dibs on this phone, of course. But it's only really better than its cousin, China's Pegasus 4S, in one aspect.
All day, every day, Moscow citizens can get their fix of Xiaomi phones, other electronics and appliances. Retail is a growing lymph node of Xiaomi.
From the company that's trying to make green phones an "in" thing comes this new cyan color that is only available in China and Russia for now.
The dual-screen YotaPhone 3 has been years in the making, and it finally has a definitive launch date in China, where it'll be known simply as the Yota 3.
In celebration of the meeting between the US and Russian presidents at the G-20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, a company decided to plate a Nokia 3310 in gold.
And the phone is actually somewhat more mediocre than the original Blade V7 from all the way back early last year. Why in Russia, though?
Specifications for the device include improved displays, mid-range internals and tempered prices. Meanwhile, a Chinese firm jockeys for Yota's destiny.