Leaked Samsung teaser points to Feb 21 Galaxy S7 launch event

A handful of companies have already announced their intention to launch devices during (or before) MWC 2016 in Barcelona in a few weeks’ time. LG and Huawei have both sent out invites, while rumors are that Sony also has something planned. But, Samsung — a company which for the past few years has used the conference to launch its Galaxy S range — has been quiet so far…

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Pro teaser image shows attractive metal device, as sketchy hands-on photos leak of unannounced phone

Having recently shown up on TENAA, China’s certification body for consumer electronics, the metal version of Xiaomi’s flagship Redmi Note 2 has been teased by the company’s co-founder. As we’ve already seen from the TENAA images, the press render shows a device with a metal back panel, adding a more premium look to the range which, so far, has only been available in a variety of colored plastics

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LG G5 teaser reveals ‘always on’ screen feature for the upcoming flagship

Yesterday, a patent revealed that Samsung might be planning an ‘always on’ display feature for its next flagship, the Galaxy S7. While Samsung hasn’t passed comment on those rumors yet, LG was quick to respond by confirming that its next high-end G-series smartphone will have an ‘always on’ feature.

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Official Galaxy Note 7 teaser hints at waterproofing, fingerprint sensor, more [Video]

Information about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 7 just keeps rolling in as the Korean company’s August 2nd event approaches, and the latest — following a set of leaks earlier today — is an official teaser video straight from the Korean company. The video teases new fingerprint technology, waterproofing, perhaps an improved selfie camera, and more…

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HTC invites us to #BeEdgier in teaser for September 20th event

HTC has just sent over an invitation to an online event set for September 20th, with the headline “#BeEdgier”. The company also sent out a tweet showing a round camera lens on the back of an unknown phone with the number “150”. That’s just about all the official information we have so far…

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