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Deal: Free AKG Bluetooth headphones with Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note8 in the US

The Galaxy S9 is right around the corner but now might be a good time to snatch last year's flagship on a deal. Samsung offers free AKG Y50BT Bluetooth headphones with the purchase of a Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S8 Active and Galaxy Note8 in the US. The deal can be found on the online retail platform Shop Samsung. To claim the gift, you have to head to the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy Note8 page on the Samsung website. After choosing a carrier and a color you get to pick the AKG headphones. If bought separately, the Y50BT costs between $150 and $180. AKG is part of the brand...

Lenovo Z5s may have Snapdragon 710 processor

The Lenovo Z5s will likely not come with a Sd 678 because there isn’t these types of a processor in existence. That Lenovo Z5s banner in last day was just misinterpreted and a fresh sheet seems to be to clarify that. Earlier today, the company unveiled a poster that teased Xiaomi’s Mi 8 Lite for its choice of cpu. The sheet was truly shared initial on Weibo by Lenovo’s CEO before it was reposted by the formal Weibo account with a caption that teases the Mi 8 Lite for having a Sd 600 series processor. Lenovo z5s may have snapdragon 710 processor If Lenovo is teasing the Mi 8 Lite for getting a Sd 600 series SoC, that means it isn’t using a 600 series chipset in the Z5s what the Snapdragon 678, assuming it even exists, falls under. Read also: Lenovo Z5s introduced with waterdrop notch panel, triple cameras, Sd 710 and 1,398 Yuan (~$202) pricing We re-examined the banner that originally said the phone will have a Sd 678 cpu and what we deduce is that Lenovo is teasing the phone will come with a processor that belongs to the 600, 700, or 800 series, hence 678. Lenovo z5s may have snapdragon 710 processor There are rumors the chipset in the phone is actually the Snapdragon 710 which includes the Lenovo Z5 Pro but there is with no confirmation still. Other confirmed options of the smartphone are triple rear cameras and Android Pie pre-installed. Lenovo z5s may have snapdragon 710 processorLenovo z5s may have snapdragon 710 processorLenovo z5s may have snapdragon 710 processor Lenovo moreover launched a few more posters and camera samples of the phone what is scheduled to release on December 18 at the Lenovo Global Headquarters in Beijing.

BlackBerry Keyone Black Edition arrives in Singapore

The Black Edition variant of BlackBerry's Android-powered Keyone smartphone is now available in Singapore. The model carries a price tag of SGD 858 in the Asian country, which currently translates into around $633. The device will be available through multiple retailers including Singtel, Starhub, and M1. This comes a few weeks after the Black Edition Keyone went on sale in Canada. To recall, aside from the all-black paintjob, the model differs from the silver/black Keyone in terms of RAM (4GB) and internal storage (64GB). Via

More official renders of Nokia X6 appear

The Nokia X6, previously known as Nokia X, is arriving on May 16, as we reported earlier. Images revealed it will have a notch, as did a hands-on video of the phone. Now some more press renders arrive thanks to the retailer Suning that is having a photo contest with 10 units of the new Nokia smarphone as a reward. Along with basic information about the competition, Suning also revealed the top three entries will get some money as a bonus to their new Nokia X that will come with dual cameras and a fingerprint scanner on the back. The Nokia X, expected to be the middle ground...

HTC U11 getting new update in US

HTC has started pushing out a new update to the U11 units in the United States. Arriving as software version 2.42.617.1 and weighing in at around 737MB, the update brings along Android security patch for the month of December. In addition to the security patch, the change-log reveals some system enhancements are also there. This is the first update the handset has received after it got Oreo, something which started happening late November in the US. Thanks for tip, Joey Pinili!!!