White variant of the OnePlus 6 showcased entirely in new image

Yet another alleged image of the OnePlus 6 reveals its design in full. The Chinese OEM recently confirmed that its next flagship would see a May 16 launch in London, marking the earliest device announcement by the company since the original OnePlus One. And now, after OnePlus released various teasers for the OnePlus 6, a new image allegedly reveals the company’s next device in its entirety.

As can be seen, the device falls in line with previous rumors, with the front panel sporting a tall, 6.3-inch display complete with a notch up top and a small chin down below. Also, relatively small …


Deal: Save $160 on the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (128 GB, Exynos variant)

If you’re in need of an unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 8, you’d normally have to pay about $950 for it – that’s its official US price. Of course, various unlocked Note 8 deals have been around for months, but many of them don’t include US warranty, and all involve the 64 GB version of the handset. 
A brand new deal now lets you get an unlocked Galaxy Note 8 with 128 GB of storage space for $819.99, thus saving $160. This is a dual SIM international variant of the phone (model number SM-N950F) that’s powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 8895 processor – unlike the official …

Possible beefed up Samsung Galaxy J8 variant includes more RAM, Snapdragon CPU

Samsung is expected to unveil another set of Galaxy J smartphones soon, but we already have some information about at least two unannounced models. The first one, a certain Samsung Galaxy J8 popped up at Geekbench early this month with an Exynos 7870 processor and 3GB RAM.

Another Galaxy J smartphone has just been spotted at Geekbench and judging by the model number it seems to be an improved version of that one that we mentioned earlier, the Galaxy J8.

As such, let’s call it Galaxy J8 Plus since it packs slightly better specs than the regular model (SM-J800FN). The newly leaked smartphone …

HTC U12's design language to include a unique matte white finish variant

HTC fans may have already had their fair share of leaks about the upcoming flagship of the Taiwanese company, but there are still many things to learn about the HTC U12.

Besides the full specs list that we reported about not long ago, there’s a matter of design. Apparently, HTC U12 will retain the company’s Liquid Surface design language, but with a twist.

A trusted source with knowledge about HTC’s plans claims the handset maker plans to introduce a new matte white finish for the U12, which will be quite unique for a smartphone that’s completely coated in glass.

Yes, the U12 …

Deal: Unlocked LG G6+ (US variant) is now $200 cheaper

Released in the US in the second half of 2017 for
$799, the unlocked LG G6+ is now $200 off – thus, you can buy it for just $599.99.
This is the official North American variant of the G6+, coming with US warranty and
being compatible with Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile. In case you’re wondering,
this is not the Amazon Prime version of the phone (which has Amazon ads and
offers on the lockscreen), so it’s offering a clean user experience.  

 

The G6+ is an upgraded LG G6 (available since early 2017), featuring
128 GB of storage space and coming with a pair of premium LG QuadPlay headphones
in …

HTC U11+ to have a "translucent" color variant


We’re only a few days away from HTC’s November 2 event, where
the company will likely unveil the high-end HTC U11+ (or U11 Plus), and maybe
the mid-range U11 Life, too.  

 

The U11+ is shaping up to be a very interesting smartphone.
Besides bringing various novelties – including a 6-inch, 18:9 aspect ratio
display with pretty thin bezels – the handset may have a rare color
variant: translucent.

 

According to Evan Blass (aka @evleaks), translucent is one
of the three color versions of the HTC U11+, alongside black and silver. Normally,
translucent should mean that …

Deal: Sony Xperia XZ (US variant) now costs $399

If you only have $400 to spend on a high-end unlocked smartphone, perhaps you’ll want to know that Sony’s Xperia XZ now costs $399.99 – brand new – at Amazon and Best Buy. We’re talking about the official US variant of the phone, which obviously comes with warranty (unlike the international model).

$399.99 is the lowest price of the US Xperia XZ we’ve seen thus far, and Amazon is even adding a 64 GB microSD card for free. As a reminder, the handset was initially released for $699.99 in the US (back in October), so it’s not among Sony’s newest devices. Nevertheless, …

Huawei Mate 10 Pro will be the only Mate 10 variant with a bezel-less design, new rumor claims

One of Huawei’s biggest market successes outside of its own home country is definitely the Mate 9, so it only makes sense we’ll be seeing a successor to it soon. And this has already been confirmed, thanks to a video showing off the device’s camera capabilities.

But many people out there probably don’t know that there’s actually four different devices bearing the Mate 9 name — though the Porsche Design and Pro one are pretty much identical, and the Lite is just a mid-ranger using the name for a cheap marketing boost. So the question remains, will …

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may have a dual-SIM variant, support pages suggest

Samsung is well-known for not being that good at keeping its secrets, even when it comes to information published to its own website. It’s been just a few days since the latest occasion of an unreleased product making its way to Samsung’s support pages, and yet here we are again. But today’s piece of info is regarding none other than the Galaxy Note 8, the company’s next flagship set to release in less than two weeks.

The device recently made its way to Samsung’s Austrian site under the code number, SM-N950F, but with a curious /DS suffix slapped at …

Mystery Moto phone pops up on a benchmark. Could be a selfie-centric variant of the Moto X4?

For a while now, we’ve been hearing whispers of a new Moto X phone coming our way. The last time we saw the X line was in 2015 when the Moto X Style was actually Motorola’s flagship phone. Since then, it has been replaced by the Moto Z, and rumors of the X coming back may sound confusing at first considering the fact that there’s also a Moto Z2 on the way. However, it appears that the X will not try to rival or cannibalize the Z family of handsets.

Earlier rumors have said that the new phone will, indeed, be named Moto X4, that it will rock a metallic body, and …