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First Sony Xperia XZs update brings May security patch

Launched last month, the Sony Xperia XZs has started receiving its first update. Arriving as build number 41.2.A.0.235, it's a security update that brings May Android fixes. Both single and dual SIM variants are getting the update. There's currently no official confirmation on what other changes (if any) the update includes. As is usually the case with OTA roll outs, it may take sometime for the update notification to pop up on your device's screen, so be patient. Via



Nokia 6.1 Plus inches closer to Indian launch as teaser campaign heats up

HMD's teaser campaign heats up as the Nokia Mobile India Twitter account promises the "most awaited phone". The campaign operates under the #BringItOn hashtag and has been building anticipation for the August 21 event. The Nokia 6.1 Plus is the most likely device to be featured, though HMD hasn't confirmed anything officially. The support page has been up on the Nokia India site since late June. We are thrilled to bring you the Nokia smartphones event for the most awaited phone. Stay tuned to #BringItOn with #NokiaMobile pic.twitter.com/v1ZHBnTSri— Nokia Mobile India (@NokiamobileIN)...



OnePlus 6T full specs leak days ahead of the announcement

Well, the OnePlus 6T isn't exactly the most secretive phone out there as recent leaks revealed pretty much everything there is to know. However, the specs sheet that popped up on Twitter fills in the gaps, confirms what we've already suspected and sheds light on some minor details. Here's the full specs sheet. OnePlus 6T full specs and dimensions Right off the bat, we see that the new model is about 2mm taller than the OnePlus 6, slightly narrower and a tad thicker but in exchange offers more battery and bigger screen. The minimalist notch will surely give you more screen real...



Asus Zenfone 5z review

The Asus ZenFone 5Z has been around for some time now. Flagship ZenFone series devices have been known to border on the excess in the past, and while some of that may have become par for the course for flagship Android phones these days, the ZenFone 5Z leaves no stone unturned and comes with all the proverbial bells and whistles. As with previous ZenFone flagships, it is also priced exceedingly well positioning it squarely between the Poco F1 and the OnePlus 6 but is that really the whole story? Let's find out.



HTC continues to lose money, makes 46% less than in May of 2017

HTC has released unaudited results for May 2018 and they don't look good. Revenue for the month of May is NT$2.45bn (around €70m) which is down 46% compared to the NT$4.53bn (around €130m) of May 2017. HTC posted its January through May 2018 results as well. Total revenue was NT$13.33bn (€380m) - that's quite poor compared to the NT$23.77bn (€678m) of the January-May period of 2017. The one silver lining is that the May 2018 revenue is 16% higher than earnings from April. May is also the month HTC announced the U12+ and started selling the Vive Pro. The U12+ will go on sale this...