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Sony Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact are now up for pre-order in Europe

Sony's Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact, unveiled last month at MWC, are now up for pre-order in Europe. If you're in the UK, the XZ2 will set you back £699 at Amazon. The single-SIM model is available in Liquid Black, Petrol Blue, and Liquid Silver, but the dual-SIM iteration can only be had in Liquid Black at the moment. All versions will be released on April 5. The XZ2 Compact is priced at £529 at Amazon, though you can only get it from there in black - and the same goes for the dual-SIM model. Both are out on April 5. If you want the XZ2 Compact in Moss Green or Coral Pink, Clove can deliver...

Motorola Moto 1S announced – a G6 version with ZUI

The recently announced Motorola Moto G6 has just been announced in China with the same hardware but under a different name - Moto 1S. The reason for the change is probably the launcher, which in this case is the custom ZUI 3.5 based on Android 8.0 Oreo instead of the stock Android experience on the G6. The rest of the specs are unchanged - 5.7-inch (1080 x 2160, 18:9) IPS LCD, Snapdragon 450 aided by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, expandable via microSD. A 3,000 mAh battery with fast charging support is at hand, while P2i nano-coating protects the internals from...

Meizu M6s gets certified by TENAA with 18:9 screen and side-mounted fingerprint scanner

On January 17, Meizu will unveil its latest smartphone, the M6s. Incidentally, this will be the first model to bear the new mblu brand, at least in China, where the Blue Charm line got spun off into its own division. The same phone will thus also be called mblu S6, depending on market. The M6s has just received the full certification treatment from TENAA, the relevant Chinese authority. As usual, this means we have some pictures of it to look at, and its specs have been outed as well - though we already knew those from a past benchmark run. Meizu's first handset to sport an 18:9...

Exynos 9820 powered Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus benchmarked on AnTuTu

In a couple of months, Samsung will unveil new smartphones in the Galaxy S series. The Galaxy S10 Plus will be one of them and its AnTuTu benchmark result reveals that it will be one of the most powerful telephones released in 2019. The Galaxy S10 Plus’ model volume is uncovered as SM-G975F and this is the version powered by the recently earlier Exynos 9820. It has 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. This will high surely not be the only configuration at release. AnTuTu says the Galaxy S10 Plus has a present resolution of 2280 x 1080 what translates to a 19:9 aspect ratio. The smartphone In addition runs Android 9 Pie what is which we anticipate of any flagship launching before Google announces Android Q. Samsung’s next flagship scored 325,076 facts in the test which puts it over all the Android phones now being sold. Regrettably, the score is yet far from that of the Sd 8150 test device that surfaced a handful of weeks ago. The Galaxy S10 series will have at least 3 models which include a 5G model with up to 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage.

Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra goes to Sweden, Denmark and Finland in February

The Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra continues its tour across Europe, heading to the northern countries at the start of February (previously it landed in France and Germany). It's alone, the smaller Xperia XA2 and the entry-level Xperia L2 are yet to join it. Units will be available on February 1, but you can pre-order today. Here are the prices: Sweden: SEK 4,000 (€407) Denmark: DKK 3,085 (€414) Finland: €415 We only found it in this one store, local carriers are yet to list it. If you spot the Xperia XA2 Ultra (or one of the other two), drop a link in the comments.