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Have a refurb Google Pixel from $199.99, for a few more hours

If you haven't yet purchased a Google Pixel but want to, here's something for you. For a few more hours, Woot is holding an insane sale on refurbished first-gen Pixels. The original Pixel starts at $199.99 (with 32GB of storage). Or you can pay $244.99 to get one with 128GB. The Pixel XL is priced at $209.99 with 32GB, and unfortunately you can't have it with 128GB anymore, stock ran out. That's the big caveat here. This deal is only available for a short time, while supplies last - and they very well might run out, because at these prices the phones are hard to resist. If you're...

Vivo releases official X9s Plus renders ahead of launch

Vivo is launching the X9s and the X9s Plus on July 6 but the company already shared press renders of the Plus-sized device. It will come with dual camera setup on the front (20 MP + 5 MP) and in three colors - Pink, Gold or Matte Black. As can be seen in the images above, the X9s Plus has few differences compared to the X9 or the X9 Plus. The antenna bands are once again following the curvature of the back panel. There is one camera with an LED flash in the upper left corner. The front will come in white for the Gold and Pink versions and in black for the Matte Black option....

BlackBerry Aurora will be unveiled tomorrow in Indonesia, out on March 16

TCL may hold the license for making BlackBerry-branded smartphones to be sold in most of the world, but some markets are excepted. One of those is Indonesia, where local company BB Merah Putih will be developing, marketing, and selling its own BlackBerry-branded phones. The first one of those is called Aurora, and we've already seen it leaked in a press render not long ago. BB Merah Putih is making the Aurora official at an event tomorrow, ahead of the handset's shipping date of March 16. If you're in Indonesia you can already order one from retailers such as Dinomarket, and the price...

Kyocera Torque in Europe with a rugged droid smartphone

Kyocera has decided to step out of its usual North American market and test the European waters. The company is launching the Torque smartphone in Germany and France for business users in the coming weeks. (more…)

Deal: Get up to $100 off on Sony Xperia XZ2/XZ2 Compact

The Sony Xperia XZ2 series has received a new price cut in the US. While the Xperia XZ2 is down $100, you can save $50 on the Compact variant. Major retailers including Amazon, B&H Photo, and Best Buy are all offering the discount. So you can purchase the Xperia XZ2 for $700, while the XZ2 Compact will set you back $600. All color options for these devices are available at these discounted prices. For more information on the deals, head to the Source link below. Source 1 2 3 4 5 6