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Sony Corporation has published its financial report for the 2016 fiscal year ending on March 31. Net income is listed at JPY 73.3 billion ($676 million) - practically halved year on year. However, Q4 figures are a marked success compared to last year's numbers for the same period - with a JPY 27.7 billion ($244 million) net income, Sony is now in the black, while in Q4 2015 the company reported a JPY 88.3 billion ($765 million) loss. The corporation's Mobile communications division reports a JPY 10.2 billion ($94 million) profit as opposed to a JPY 61.4 billion loss last year. A...
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OnePlus 5 4G Phablet 5.5 inch OxygenOS Snapdragon 835 Octa Core 2.45GHz 8GB RAM 128GB ROM 16.0MP + 20.0MP Cameras
Display: 5.5 inch, 1080P Full HD ( 1920 x 1080 pixels ) 401ppi AMOLED screen, 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 5 cover glass
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 ( Octa-core, 10nm, up to 2.45GHz )
GPU: Adreno 540
System: OxygenOS based on Android Nougat
Camera: 20.0MP + 16.0MP rear camera + 16.0MP front camera
Sensor: Accelerometer, Ambient Light Sensor, E-Compass, Gyroscope, Hall Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Fingerprint Touch Sensor
SIM Card: dual SIM dual standby, Nano SIM / Nano SIM
Feature:GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou
GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz CDMA EVDO BC0
WCDMA B1/B2/B4/B5/B8 TD-SCDMA B34/B39
As we get closer to the HTC U 11's official launch date of May 16, we're starting to see and hear more and more of it. We've already spotted a prototype in the AnTuTu benchmark's database, as well as in Geekbench's, and today it was time for one such handset to be put through the paces of GFXBench. Benchmarking unreleased phones is customary in the mobile world, and as always the U 11's GFXBench run has resulted in a pretty comprehensive list of its specs being outed. This list only confirms what we've already known thanks to past leaks and rumors. Namely, that HTC's next flagship...
TCL is finally done with its first true BlackBerry handset and we have to say, it looks even better than when we first saw it as the Mercury. Petnamed DTEK70 and Mercury in the past, the device is now called KEYone and we finally have the full specs sheet to go with that face.
Last month, Instagram started testing its Archive feature that let you hide your photos. The feature is now rolling out to all accounts and should be available to everyone soon without having to update the app. With Archive, you don't necessarily have to delete photos that you don't want others to see. Simply hit the Options button in the top right corner of your photo and hit the Archive button and it will be removed from your timeline but still available in your private folder. From there, you can choose to unarchive it whenever you want and it will be sent back to the same...