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If you’ve been following the recent rumors surrounding the OnePlus One, then you’ve no doubt been wondering just what the final device will look like and just how great those specs will be. Finally, we have all the answers. As you can see from the image above, the new One device is amazingly sleek and has a very OPPO Find 7 look to it. What’s more impressive are the specs, which are basically equal to the Galaxy S5, which retails for $650+ (depending on retailer). The OnePlus One features a full HD 1080p 5.5-inch display,...

Well, it’s always better late than never. Sorry for the overall slacking as of late, but we’ve had some other thing to deal with, that being said, here is our take on the Motorola Moto X with the Bamboo backing. ...

So the concept of “wearable” technology has just gotten even more real. Before today, we had devices like Pebble, Qualcomm’s Toq, the Galaxy Gear and few other startups. But Google has changed the game today, announcing Android Wear, a heavily Google Now themed, wearable OS. Android Wear was built from the ground up to work specifically with devices like smart watches. Finally, users will be able to speak to their watch to reply to hangouts and with a quick flick, see their agenda, directions, get navigation and search...

If you’re a trivia nut like me and have any iOS device; be it an iPhone, iPod or iPad, chances are you’ve played the game QuizUp. The popular trivia game has swept the iOS ecosystem like DrawSomething did a few years ago. The only difference, QuizUp is constantly changing and adding new categories and you don’t have to pay for something as trivial as a color.  If you’re an Android owner, you’ve had to sit on the sidelines and watch your iOS toting friends enjoy in the trivial happiness that is QuizUp, until...

Today is the day that many Android fans have feverishly been waiting for… the big reveal of “The Next Big Thing” from Samsung. Well, it’s finally here and now we know all the real, concrete details on the device known simply as the Galaxy S5. Prior to today’s announcement, there were rumors circulating that the S5 would feature up to 4GB of RAM, a 128GB storage option, a 20-megapixel camera and of course the most talked about rumor, the inclusion of the first 2K display. Sadly, none of those rumors were true. Instead,...

Keeping their hits coming, the Twitter account @Evleaks is at it again. Last night we reported on the upcoming HTC M8 (codename) as using the same “One” name as last year’s device, but instead calling it the “All-New” One. Today, we have our first official press photo of the device and as rumored, it’s gold. So far the HTC One (2014 edition) is rumored to feature a 5-inch 1080p display, a Snapdragon 800 processor, an upgraded 5-ultrapixel camera with dual sensors, 2GB of RAM and of course the impressive...

With the upcoming HTC event scheduled for March, in which the Taiwanese company plans to take the wraps off their One successor, rumors and leaks of the device have already begun to flood the internet. Even the photo above is from a previous leak. But according to the infamous Twitter account, @EVLEAKS, we may now know the name of the highly anticipated device. Forget HTC One+. Look for M8 to be called The All New One, in gray, silver, and gold. — @evleaks (@evleaks) February 18, 2014   Will it be the HTC Two, the ONE2, One+, apparently...

Not to be out done by its rivals, Samsung, Sony and HTC, LG has decide to also release a “smaller” mini version of its flagship phone, the LG G2. The latest trend is for companies to build an impressive, high-end smartphone, then within a few months, release a scaled-down version that will not only sell for less money, but appeal to a new range of customers who don’t prefer gargantuan phones (5-inch +). As such, LG has decided to take its well-received and popular G2 and give it a mini makeover, complete with the odd,...

As predicted, or rumored, Samsung is poised to debut its highly anticipated Galaxy S5, the successor to its flagship S4. The S5 has been the topic of many rumors lately, like whether or not it will feature a new Magazine UI or a new version of the aging TouchWiz and will it actually feature a new UHD display, with a resolution of 1440 x 2560. Well, we may have the answer to both of those questions, first comes from Samsung themselves, who sent out invites to their Unpacked 5 event which will kick off on February 24 at Mobile World Congress...

According to a new and may we say, unverified, leak, the Google Nexus 5 by LG may come in several new colors. The Nexus 5 has been available since October last year in just white and black, but if this new rumor, originally posted on PhoneArena, is true, the Nexus 5 will be available in six new colors. Among the new colors are a burgundy red, orange, yellow, a dark green, blue and purple, of course white and black will remain available too. There is even a video to accompany this leak, which you can watch below. So is it real? Possibly,...