A few weeks ago, photos emerged claiming to show the Nexus Sailfish in the wild. While they gave us next to nothing to go on and were extremely blurry, today’s renders have cleared things up considerably. They are in line with previous leaks on the Nexus Sailfish as well, but it’s always good to keep ye old salt shaker handy. Read More

        


        The Lenovo Vibe X2 is one of the more interesting smartphones we’ve seen this year with due to its “layered” look and attachments. While the phone still isn’t available in some parts of the world, it appears as if the company has a variant in the works with the Lenovo X2Pt5. Read More


        We recently learned of an upcoming device from Sprint dubbed the HTC Bolt. Details are still vague on the handset, but a new leak has shed some light on its design. We hope you like the stylings of the HTC 10. Read More

        



        The recently launched 360fly 4K camera can capture crisp 360-degree footage with a resolution of 2,880 by 2,880 pixels. Because it sports a single 240-degree fisheye lens, the 360fly 4Kdoesn't require any content stitching. Read More

        

        Sometimes you take a photo so good you want to print it out and share it with everyone. But let's face it, your standard multifunction printer might not be up to the task. In those cases, it's good to have a photo printer like the PictureMate PM-400. Read More

        The PlayStation Gold is extremely simple to set up, Plug the included USB receiver into an open spot on your PlayStation 4, power the headphones on and that's it. Overall, the build quality is a little flimsy (one of the trim pieces on the headband fell off when I was unboxing the unit), and the hinges on the foldable portion of the band aren't very firm. Read More

        Samsung wants to get as many people as it can into its hardware ecosystem, but chunky metal smartwatches generally don’t make great fitness trackers. And if there’s even a sliver of the market that would gravitate toward a Fitbit Surge, or get an Apple Watch and millions of those people do exist Samsung wants to make sure it’s there, too. 

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           The Buzz is IPX4 certified which means that it has been crafted to offer a comforting level of water resistance. So whether you need to walk to your car in the rain or a friend spills a drink on your phone, you can now just chill. Read More


        

        We have already covered some of the extra functions the Metal is going to offer and today we add another one tied to the main camera. The shooter uses 8 Mpix sensor IMX149 with five lenses, but it’s interpolated to 13 Mpix. Read More

        Asus is a name known around the globe for their various products including PCs, Tablets and Smartphones. The Asus X002 doesn’t appear to be from the popular Zenfone series although the X002 moniker is likely to change before the device gets a wide release. It may not be the flagship killer you’ve been waiting for, but the Asus X002 specs show a mid-ranger that might just be your next smartphone. Read More

        The HTC 10 is one of a handful flagship smartphones to feature the Snapdragon 820 Quad-Core processor paired with 4GB of RAM. I’ve been using this phone as my daily driver for the past couple of months or so and these are my two cents on the performance of the device. I’ll start by saying that the HTC 10 still has that HTC feel to it. It’s kind of hard to explain what that is but if you’ve ever used an HTC phone, you’ll kind of know what I’m talking about. Read More

        A very sleek titanium - aluminum frame, a glowing notification light bar, rapid charging, and a custom audio chip. Oppo uses Color OS on the Find 7, which is its own build of Android 4.3, although it’s possible to replace it with Cyanogen Mod software for a more familiar user experience. Read More

        


        Not too long ago, Elephone revealed a new model series, the Elephone S7 series, which from the first renderings seems good looking and has great configuration for all budgets as it will come in various specs. Read More




        UMi tried to get the selfie-addicted crowd with the Iron. Encased in an alloy body there is a 5.5-inch FHD display, a Mediatek MT6753 chipset, 3GB RAM, 13 megapixel Sony IMX214 rear camera, 3180mAh battery and, most importantly, an 8 mega-pixel OV8858 front camera with LED flash. Read More