Purported Nexus Sailfish benchmark confirms Snapdragon 820 w/ 4GB RAM, 32GB of storage

In the past few days, a bevy of hardware and software features about this year’s upcoming Nexus devices have leaked. A purported GFXBench benchmark for the smaller Sailfish has surfaced and is consistent with a previous report about the device’s specs. It also reveals the usage of the Snapdragon 820 chip.

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Boost Mobile launches $100 5-inch LG Tribute 5 w/ 5MP front cam, Android 5.1, Snapdragon 210

Most Android enthusiasts have likely never hard of the Snapdragon 210. But that didn’t stop LG from putting the super-low-end chip in the Tribute 5 and selling it on Boost Mobile, Sprint’s prepaid brand. Yet, this 0 smartphone isn’t all bad and manages to integrate software and hardware features that were at one point in LG’s flagship devices…

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Moto X 2017 leak shows off dual-cameras, reveals massive 3800 mAh battery w/ Snapdragon 660

Motorola/Lenovo made an interesting move in 2016 by dropping the Moto X brand for the Moto Z, but as we’ve heard a few times now, there seems to be plans to bring back the X for 2017. Information on this new phone has been light, but today we’re getting new details and confirmation on some previous specs as well.

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OnePlus and Qualcomm confirm Snapdragon 821-powered device is on its way, likely to land very soon

Ever since the OnePlus 3‘s production started to encounter problems — which have led the Chinese OEM to ultimately stop sales for a period of time — rumors began to float around the internet circa a slightly refined, more powerful version of the phone to debut before the end of the year.

And, it seems, those rumors were correct…

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Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ officially announced w/ ‘Infinity Display’, Snapdragon 835, Bixby [Video]

Following the Note 7 disaster, Samsung needs a win and coming from dozens upon dozens of leaks over the last several months, we’re finally here — the Galaxy S8 is official. Today at an event in New York City, Samsung officially announced its latest smartphone. Here are all the details.

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Qualcomm’s under-display fingerprint sensors to be available in 2018, Snapdragon 450 and Wear 1200 revealed

Putting a fingerprint sensor under the glass of a smartphone screen has always felt like something ripped out of a sci-fi movie. It’s something OEMs, especially in recent years, have been trying to crack the code on. Today, Qualcomm has revealed that it has figured it out and has a fingerprint sensor that works under the display.

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Galaxy S8 reported to get first dibs on Snapdragon 835, LG G6 shipping w/ last year’s Snapdragon 821

During 2016, deciding which flagship smartphone to buy didn’t come down to the specs, but to all the other factors at play. Why? Because just about every flagship last year shipped with the same specs. Between LG G5, Galaxy S7, and HTC 10, it was basically the same across the board. However, if recent reports turn out to be true, things may be a bit different this year.

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