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Apple's 2016 iPhone could be called iPhone 6SE, not iPhone 7

Apple's 2016 iPhone could be called iPhone 6SE, not iPhone 7

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If the latest rumours are anything to go by, the next iPhone will be called iPhone 6SE, suggesting that the bigger model(s) will be iPhone 6SE Plus and iPhone 6SE Pro. The latter model is still up for debate, but yet another leak suggests the dual-camera... >>

Full Moto E3 specs finally confirmed

Full Moto E3 specs finally confirmed

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Motorola has finally lifted the lid on the full specs of the 2016 Moto E. And, as expected, the feature list pretty much lines up with the budget price point, but could still make for one of the best affordable smartphones around this year. With a few... >>

Motorola Moto E3 (2016) vs Moto E (2015): What's the difference?

Motorola Moto E3 (2016) vs Moto E (2015): What's the difference?

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Lenovo-owned Motorola has launched several phones this year, hitting a range of price points. The Moto Z aims for the higher end of the market, the Moto G falls towards to lower end of the mid-range, while the latest Moto E continues to fulfill the budget... >>

Galaxy Note 7 iris scanner instructions leak, this is how the scanner will work

Galaxy Note 7 iris scanner instructions leak, this is how the scanner will work

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With the Galaxy Note 7 due to be announced in the next couple of weeks, leaks are suddenly getting more detailed. The latest leak virtually confirms one of the features we've long heard will be part of the next flagship phablet's spec list. Along with... >>

Samsung fixes Galaxy S7 Active's waterproof flaw, will replace phones

Samsung fixes Galaxy S7 Active's waterproof flaw, will replace phones

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Samsung's Galaxy S7 Active is meant to be waterproof, but apparently, some units didn't get the memo. The rugged smartphone, which works exclusively on AT&T in the US, has an IP68-rating that covers both dust- and water-resistance. It is designed to... >>

Next Nexus (2016): Release date, rumours and everything you need to know

Next Nexus (2016): Release date, rumours and everything you need to know

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Google's Nexus programme gives birth to a pure Android smartphone every year, sometimes two. The idea behind the Nexus is to showcase Android in its purest form, away from the poking and prodding of manufacturer skins. It's given rise to some great devices... >>

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs Apple iPhone 6S Plus: What's the rumoured difference?

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs Apple iPhone 6S Plus: What's the rumoured difference?

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Samsung will be announcing its next Galaxy Note device on 2 August at an event in New York. By default, the new smartphone should be called the Note 6, but Samsung has said it will be jumping a digit in order to align the Note with its current 2016 flagships.... >>

BlackBerry Hamburg/Neon: Release date, specs and everything we know so far

BlackBerry Hamburg/Neon: Release date, specs and everything we know so far

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Blackberry is expected to launch three phones over the next year. One of them is the Argon and, by the sounds of it, this will be the company's 2016 flagship phone. It's a big, all touchscreen device with a powerful processor, support for the latest Quick... >>

Apple iPhone 7 Plus vs iPhone 6S Plus vs iPhone 6 Plus: What's the rumoured difference?

Apple iPhone 7 Plus vs iPhone 6S Plus vs iPhone 6 Plus: What's the rumoured difference?

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Apple's new iPhones - the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus - are due to launch in the next few months, with most placing their bets on a September announcement. Rumours of the two devices, as well as a third, have been circulating around the rumour mill for... >>

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in pictures: Photos, renders and leaks galore

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in pictures: Photos, renders and leaks galore

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The Samsung Galaxy Note series has had a strong following since it first pioneered the phablet. After a period where the Note 5 skipped release in some countries, Samsung is expected to come back swinging with an international Note 7 release. With so... >>