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Nexus 6 officially announced and detailed, runs on Android Lollipop

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Earlier today Google announced the highly anticipated Motorola Nexus 6 smartphone as well as the Android Lollipop operating system. It seems that most of the rumors regarding the device were accurate after all as the successor to the popular Nexus 5 is indeed a phablet, and one of the biggest around to boot. The Nexus 6 features a gigantic 5.96-inch ...

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Nexus 6 will be 50$ at AT&T

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Today is the day Google and Motorola will be launching the Nexus 6, and rumor has it that the HTC Nexus 9 will also make an appearance at the event. While the devices are interesting enough, we also think that Android L (lemon Meringue Pie, Licorice, Lollipop, Lime Drop, we have no idea) and Android Wear 2.0 will also be ...

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Is Android L going to be Licorice?

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You might be wondering how Licorice ended up in the picture we are trying to paint of Android L, Google’s new mobile OS that will be optimized for 64 bit smartphones. You might recall that Google posted a birthday cake for the company’s birthday, decorated with lollipops. We ended up thinking that tha was supposed to be a hint at what ...

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Nexus 9 release date and price leaked

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It seems that the HTC Nexus 9 is clear for confirmation, inside sources saying that an official announcement will happen at an October 15 event, with a launch date set for November 3. The Nexus 9 is one of the most anticipated devices of the year and is said to be the boost HTC needs to get back into the ...

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Nexus 6 vs Nexus 5 – upcoming differences

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The Nexus 6 release date is closing in, expected to take place on October 15th, venue unknown yet. With all the hype around the new Motorola and Google endeavor into the smartphone market, we are thinking about what the Nexus 6 will change in comparison to the Nexus 5 and so far, we are inclined to say everything. Recent leaks ...

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Galaxy A5 price and release date leaked

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The newest addition to the Samsung smartphone portfolio is the new Galaxy A or Alpha line, which models its devices based on the Galaxy Alpha launched earlier this summer. The Galaxy Alpha was praised by the crowds because of its premium feel and metal frame, but the phone doesn’t bring anything new to the Samsung portfolio aside from that. The ...

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Android L will be able to support 64-bit architecture

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Google announced earlier today that a new Android L developer preview emulator image is now available. The search giant says that the preview is now able to support 64-bit apps and asks developers to consider making apps for this architecture. “Developers, start your 64-bit engines. The x86 64-bit Android L developer preview emulator image is now available,” Google announced earlier. The company ...

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Nexus 9 release and price confirmed by HTC

Nexus 9 release and price confirmed by HTC

Yesterday’s Double Exposure event hosted by HTC brought us the HTC Desire Eye and the HTC Re camera, but the company also managed to sneak in an announcement about the Nexus 9 after the event. According to HTC, the Nexus 9 tablet will be the company’s attempt to re-enter the tablet market after 3 years of absence. Although we were ...

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Galaxy A3 and A5 specs and price leak

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When the Galaxy Alpha was launched Samsung announced that it would start designing a line that would be inspired by the metal additions on the Galaxy Alpha. As such, Samsung will be revealing three new phones in the Galaxy Alpha line, the Galaxy A3, A5 and A7. Leaks about these new Samsung handsets have been pouring in and the Galaxy ...

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Top 5 Android smartphones

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Let’s pretend for a second, that price won’t matter and we can have all the cash in the world or pretend that companies will willingly give you one week testing periods before charging your credit card. I’m pretending that Samsung, LG, Google and Motorola will gladly give me some high-end Android phones so that I can play with them for a ...

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