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EE to launch own-branded phone to offer fingerprint reader and dual Gorilla Glass for £100

EE UK is reportedly working on a new own-brand phone that will start selling just in time for the holidays. The yet unnamed phone is rumored to feature Gorilla Glass on both sides, a 5-inch screen likely of 720p resolution and a MediaTek 6755 chipset with octa-core CPU. 13MP back and 8MP front cameras and stock Android complete the highlights list. EE's phone will be free even on relatively cheap contracts and just over £100 on pay-as-you-go and will be available in the first week of December. EE's next self-branded phone This is EE's first own-brand phone for the last two...



Our YouTube channel reaches 500K subs

We are always aiming to provide detailed and objective reviews of the latest smartphones and while the text articles are something we are proud with, for the past year and a half we've also heavily increased our video review output and extended our YouTube presence. And it appears that you guys have liked what you see as our channel has just passed the 500,000 subscriber milestone. We'd like to use this opportunity to thank you for the support! Of course, reaching the half-million milestone is just the beginning. With so many people expecting our latest videos in their...



Windows 10 Powered, EveryPhone is thinnest Windows phone to date

After the Katana 01, another Windows 10-powered smartphone has surfaced in Japan. Dubbed EveryPhone, the device is manufactured by local OEM Yamada Denki, and will start retailing tomorrow - November 28. Specs-wise, the handset is powered by a Snapdragon 410 SoC, and sports a 5.5 inch 720P display. It comes 2GB RAM and 32GB expandable internal memory, and packs in a 2,600 mAh battery. In terms of camera, the EveryPhone features a 13MP rear unit and a 5MP front shooter. (more…)

Google’s Android O could be “oatmeal cookie”, but could also still be Oreo

Every year we get excited about which dessert could possibly be named the next version of Android. It's honestly such a trivial piece of information that hard-core Android enthusiasts get riled up about. A new theory suggests that the next version of Android, 8.0, could be named oatmeal cookie. The theory is strengthened by a couple of hard pieces of evidence. The first piece of evidence was found in Android's source code as "oc-dev" which was used on several occasions, the most notable of which is the code which states that a Google Pixel devices is running the Android O Developer preview...



Nokia officially unlocks Nokia 8 bootloader for developers

As a smartphone enthusiast, there aren't too many reasons to unlock a bootloader anymore. In the past, people used to unlock the phone's firmware so they could flash software that had more to offer than factory ROMs. In many cases they were quicker, leaner, and offered more functionality and customization than bloatware-laden carrier firmware of the time. Those days are long gone as all Android phones nowadays are well-optimized, have plenty of customization, and offer most features we need in a device. However, for those who would like to develop custom firmware or apps on Nokia...