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Lenovo S5 will have 18:9 screen and a dual camera on the back

The second official teaser for the Lenovo S5 is out, touting a metal unibody, a fullscreen display, dual camera with bokeh effect and Face Unlock. The teaser comes straight from Chang Cheng, the same Lenovo exec who announced that the S5 will arrive on March 20, with a humongous 6,000mAh battery. Chang Cheng has also teased some sort of AI smart engine on the Lenovo S5, but we can only guess its applications. Cheng has said that the Lenovo S5 will be better than the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5, which means we can expect an 18:9 screen, Snapdragon 625 (or better), the dual camera with Portrait...



LeEco future looks much safer now after a $2.2B investment

LeEco was having financial troubles recently and the company even withdrew from acquiring Vizio earlier in 2017. Today the company secured an investment worth CNY15,04 billion (more than $2.2 billion) from property developer Sunac China Holdings. The real estate company will acquire stocks in three divisions of the tech company. Due to rapid pace of growth, LeEco was having troubles securing payments across multiple branches of its conglomerate. Sunac, through its subsidiary Sunac Real Estate, will invest CNY 6.04 billion (over $918 million) in LeEco's Internet Information and...



Nokia 3.1 in for review

Old Nokia had a goal to connect the next billion people to the Internet. There's a long story that includes a detour through Windows Phone, but never mind that - the goal is still in sight and the way there is through capable, affordable Android phones (the modern Internet is too complex for the KaiOS-running Nokia 8110 4G). The Nokia 3.1 brings in some elements of its more advanced siblings, including color highlights on its aluminum frame. Those copper highlights remind us of the Nokia 6.1 and 7 Plus and are a generally cool look. The back here is plastic rather than metal, but for...



Moto Z2 Force lands in China as the $1,507 Moto Z 2018 Kingsman VIP Special Edition

Huawei is usually the one to play naming games in the mobile world, but today Motorola's proved it can dabble in that realm too. See, Lenovo's subsidiary has launched a new smartphone in China - the Moto Z 2018. It even comes with a limited edition variation, called Moto Z 2018 Kingsman VIP Special Edition. Yet despite the name this is nothing but a Moto Z2 Force with a gold M logo on the back and a bunch of accessories thrown in for the special edition. The specs are exactly the same, the look is exactly the same, you get the idea - for all intents and purposes, this is a Z2 Force, just...



Google is offering Pixel XL as replacement for defective Nexus 6P units

Google is offering users with defective Nexus 6P units (purchased directly from the company's online store) a brand new Pixel XL smartphone as replacement. This has been reportedly going on for some time now, but came to light recently. Even units out of the original 1-year warranty are eligible for the upgrade. It's worth mentioning that whether or not you'll get a Pixel XL as replacement depends on your region. Reportedly, those in the US and Canada are definitely getting it, while users in UK aren't lucky enough (it's a hit and miss there actually). Australians, on the other hand,...