Unlocked BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition with 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage is $50 off at Best Buy

Just yesterday we told you that both the CDMA and GSM versions of the BlackBerry KEYone could be purchased on sale from Amazon for $399.99. While the latter carries 3GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage, the unlocked BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition offers 4GB of RAM along with 64GB of native storage. Special deals for those looking to join Cricket Wireless, AT&T pre-paid and Simply Mobile reduce the price by $50 to $449.99 at Best Buy. To score the $50 price cut on the KEYone Black Edition, you will need to purchase the phone, a Cricket, AT&T pre-paid or Simply Mobile SIM kit, and …


Nokia 6.1 with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage quietly launches in Europe

The Nokia 6.1 was initially announced back in February at MWC 2018, with sales commencing in April. However, despite confirming the existence of a 4GB of RAM variant with 64GB of internal storage, no release date for the model was confirmed. Now, though, the device is finally available for purchase over in Germany.

Fans of the smartphone looking for the more premium variant can now get their hands on the device in Germany for just over €302, or $355, via retailer ComStern. Additionally, Amazon Germany is also offering the smartphone for the slightly higher price of €323 at the time of writing, …

Nokia X6 pricing set to start at under $240, 4GB and 6GB variants in the works

The pricing of the upcoming Nokia X6 has appeared alongside a number of specs. HMD Global is currently set to unveil its first notch-bearing device this Wednesday, May 16, which also happens to coincide with the OnePlus 6 reveal. Nevertheless, with just two days to go, the smartphone has appeared in both a Geekbench listing and a promotional poster that reveal various details.

Starting off on the specs front, the benchmark in question reveals a single core score of 1332 alongside a multi-core result of 4892. These numbers are a combination of the processor, listed as being Qualcomm’s Snapdragon …

LG Q7 pops up on Geekbench with Helio P10, 4GB of RAM

LG’s rumored Q7 has just appeared on a popular benchmarking site. Last year the company introduced its first two LG Q-branded devices, the Q6 and Q8, with the former being a budget alternative to the then-flagship LG G6. Now, with the G7 ThinQ set to be released June 1, LG is rumored to be planning a similar strategy for 2018 and the device, expected to be called the Q7, has shown up on Geekbench.

Unlike last year’s LG Q6 which utilized Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 435, this year’s device looks set to switch over to MediaTek power, with the Geekbench listing showing an octa-core Helio P10 processor …

Samsung Galaxy S9 mini surfaces in benchmark test with SD-660, 4GB of RAM and Android Oreo?

The last “mini” handset launched by Samsung was the Galaxy S5 mini, which was released in 2014. Now, it appears as though Samsung is going to bring back a mini version of its latest flagship phone. That is, if a Geekbench listing is legitimate. According to the benchmark test, the Galaxy S9 mini has a model number of SM-G8750, and will feature the Snapdragon 660 mobile platform under the hood. The chipset carries an octa-core CPU and the Adreno 512 GPU.

Remember when only flagship models were equipped with 4GB of RAM? The Geekbench test reveals that the Galaxy S9 mini will come with 4GB …

Sony H8266 appears again on a different benchmark site with SD-845, 18:9 aspect ratio and 4GB RAM

Back in December, we told you about a Sony handset with the model number of H8266. The phone appeared on the Geekbench benchmark site, powered by the Snapdragon 845 chipset. 4GB of RAM was inside and Android 8.0 was pre-installed. Today, the very same model number surfaced on a handset that was run through AnTuTu’s benchmark test. The specs listed match the ones revealed back in December.

That means the Sony H8266 was once again seen carrying Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 845 mobile platform, with an octa-core CPU, the Adreno 630 GPU and Android 8.0 pre-installed. According to the benchmark …

Samsung Galaxy S9+ appears in benchmark with (only) 4GB RAM

Samsung is rumored to launch its new flagship duo – the Galaxy S9 and S9+, earlier than usual. Since the South Korean company unveils new Galaxy S series flagships in late February or early March, if the rumors are true, Samsung might introduce them as early as January.

New information about Samsung’s upcoming top-of-the-line smartphones has just emerged online, which suggests the Galaxy S9 and S9+ are already being tested before prime time.

As some of you may already know, the two devices have been given new model numbers: SM-G960 and SM-G965. The latter was recently spotted at Geekbench, …

LG Q6 Plus released in India with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage


At an event in New Delhi this morning, LG introduced the LG Q6 Plus. This is a higher spec’d version of the LG Q6 with 33% more RAM (4GB, up from 3GB) and twice the native storage capacity (64GB compared to 32GB). Also receiving a slight bump is the price. While the LG Q6 is priced at Rs. 14,990, which is equivalent to $233 USD, the LG Q6 Plus costs Rs. 17,990. Based on current currency exchange rates, that works out to nearly $280 USD.

Outside of the aforementioned changes, the LG Q6 Plus shares the same design and specs as the LG Q6. That means it comes with a 5.5-inch “Full Vision” …

Mid-range Galaxy C7 spotted on Geekbench with a Helio P20 chipset and 4GB of RAM

Although we know for a fact that Samsung is working on a particular Galaxy C7, we’ve hardly heard anything of substance pertaining to this one. True, we heard through the grapevine that the device might flaunt a dual camera at the rear, but that pretty much sums up our knowledge about it for the most part.
Thank God Geekbench leaks are a thing, as an alleged benchmark of the Galaxy C7 just popped up, giving us a sneak peek at its insides. It looks like Samsung will be relying on MediaTek’s Helio P20 (MT6757) chipset. Additionally, the leaked benchmark results …

Black Edition BlackBerry KEYone is official in India with 4GB of RAM

Just a few days ago, we told you that a video teaser revealed that the BlackBerry KEYone would soon be unveiled in India. Speculation pointed to an unveiling date of August 1st. And sure enough, right on target today (which is August 1st), the Limited-Edition KEYone Mercury Black Device By BlackBerry Made By Optiemus Infracom was introduced. While the original KEYone was designed and produced by TCL, which is a partner with BlackBerry, this limited edition is made by Optiemus Infracom thanks to a license the latter has with TCL.

There are a trio of differences between the TCL version of …