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Samsung Galaxy A6s reveals its specs on TENAA

A new Samsung smartphone SM-G6200 appeared on TENAA over the weekend, although it had a limited amount of specs. Today the rest of the hardware features appeared at the listing of what will likely end up being the Galaxy A6s. The phone will run on a 2.2 GHz CPU which could be the Samsung-owned Exynos 7885 Octa chipset, seen in the Galaxy A8 (2018) or a Snapdragon chipset, as seen in the Galaxy A7 (2018). RAM is listed as 6 GB, while storage is either 64 GB or 128 GB (micro SD slot is present). There is a vertical dual camera setup on the back with two 12 MP sensors, while the selfie...



Sony Xperia C5 Ultra is now out in the US for $319.99 unlocked

The selfie-centric Sony Xperia C5 Ultra is now available to purchase in the US. As is the case with most Sony smartphones stateside, you can not get it from a carrier. Instead, you'll have to go the unlocked route, paying full price for the device.
Thankfully though that price isn't all too big. The Xperia C5 Ultra is priced at $319.99 at Expansys, and $329.99 at Amazon. Both retailers only have the white version in stock at the moment, but they are selling different models it turns out. Expansys has the E5563 dual-SIM iteration of the phone, while Amazon is offering the E5506 single-SIM one. (more…)


Huawei Mate 10 Pro renders show the bezel-less front, the Leica dual cam on the back

The Huawei Mate 10 Pro leaks are back, with a more revealing photoshoot this time. What seem to be screencaps from a promo video show the front and the back of the upcoming flagship. On the front, you can see the 5.9" EntireView display - free from bezels and with an 18:9 aspect ratio (likely an AMOLED to boot). That's a good look for the Mate series. Huawei Mate 10 Pro: the EntireView display • the Leica dual cam On the back, things look interesting as well. The resolution is a bit low, but you can see three circles: the top two make up the new Leica dual cam (rumored to have...



Moto Z3 coming to China on August 15

The Moto Z3 has already been announced last week in the USA and now it's China's turn to get the device. Motorola's official Weibo account confirmed the arrival of the handset to the Chinese market but with a twist - the Chinese Moto Z3 will boast more memory than its American counterpart. The Moto Z3 for the US has 4GB of RAM paired with 64GB of internal storage while the Chinese alteration gets 128GB of flash storage and 6GB of RAM. Also, according to the rumors, China will win the race to 5G connectivity next year so the Chinese users will likely be the first ones to take...



Xiaomi Mi 6 confirmed to come out in April

During a live stream, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun confirmed we would see the Xiaomi Mi 6 this month. He didn't reveal any specific date, but an announcement might happen on April 11 or April 18, according to previous reports. We already reported on leaked renders that reveal a dual camera sensor. The Mi 6 would have a 30 MP primary camera, latest leaked packaging photo shows. Xiaomi is expected to announce the Xiaomi Mi 6 Plus with 5.7" screen along the 5.15"-screened flagship. The headliner already appeared on China Compulsory Certification (CCC), effectively confirming it is close to an...