The highly anticipated Samsung S8 is coming about with many speculation, rumours and concept images. However, we may finally be seeing a glimpse of the Galaxy S8 through the officail source.
Samsung's display-making arm, Samsung Display, may have accidentally revealed the design of the Galaxy S8 – on its official YouTube account.
Samsung display launched a series of videos promoting its new AMOLED displays, in it we managed to catch a featured smartphone with svelte bezels and no physical Home Button.
After years of tradtional home button, Samsung looks like they will finally ditch it in place...
Enter the HTC U family.
Arriving significantly earlier than previous HTC flagships, the HTC U family has two different models, the high-end U Ultra and the mid-range HTC U Play. In this post we’ll be focusing on the former. Let have a look on this new HTC “U Ultra”.
While it would have been nice to see the HTC U Ultra launch with the brand new Snapdragon 835, the phone still rocks pretty solid specs including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, 4GB RAM, and either 64 or 128GB storage, as well as microSD expansion up to...
The first flagship for 2017 that Huawei is expected to launch, the P10, will probably be announced at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in late February. Unlike the P9, the upcoming model will be available in two very different variations.
Rumor has it that Huawei plans to launch a Huawei P10 Plus version alongside the P10 base model. The main difference between the two is the type and size of the display. While the standard Huawei P10...
Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom
Asus took the wraps off of a slew of products at CES 2017, and while all eyes are on the amazing ZenFone AR, the company also unveiled the official successor to the ZenFone Zoom, that will pique the interest of those looking for a great camera experience.
Here is your first look on ZenFone 3 Zoom
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Samsung has announced the latest of its Galaxy A series smartphone midrange devices that offer similar looks to the company’s premium Galaxy S range, the new Galaxy A3, A5, and A7. Each model has the curved metal frame and 3D glass back and offer IP68 water and dust resistance, allowing it to withstand the elements, including rain, sweat, sand and dust, oval home-button-and-fingerprint-scanner, and glass back familiar from the Galaxy S7. Also new on the Galaxy A (2017) series compared to previous Galaxy A series smartphones is...