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The Blu Studio 7.0 is a budget-friendly 7-inch smartphone

Yeah, you can balk at the size all you want – you know we all did. There’s just something about a smartphone when it breaks the 6-inch barrier that makes it go from useful to weird – not quite a tablet, too big for a phone. But Florida-based outfit Blu wants to take that risk in putting out the Blu Studio 7.0, a huge 7-inch smartphone for the budget conscious.

Sony Xperia Z4 Compact, Z4 Ultra leaked specs revealed

CES is just around the corner so expect more leaked photos, information, and rumors to come up left and right. Few of the products leaked this early are from Sony that will be added to the Xperia line. The company is said to be working on the Xperia Z4 Ultra and Xperia Z4 Compact and will be shown off at next month's biggest tech event in Las Vegas. We know these two won't be the only devices Sony will be showcasing at the CES but they are highly anticipated as the latest flagship units.

Samsung rumored to update Galaxy Note 4 with Snapdragon 810

If you’ve followed Samsung for a while, you know that they like to put out two variants of their flagship phones – one usually armed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, which usually is the international version. The other would be the device armed with an Exynos chip, made from Samsung’s in-house chipmakers – this would be the brand released to the home market in South Korea, and usually has some bonus features that the international version doesn’t have. That was the case with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, until now when these rumors are coming out.

Google nixed the fingerprint scanner on the Nexus 6

On one of the earliest rumor articles regarding the recently launched Google Nexus 6, a number of things were predicted that have been realized by Motorola (the maker of the phone, if you didn’t know) – this includes the gigantic 5.9-inch screen, the codename “Shamu” (the whale), the November release, and that it would come with what is now Android 5.0 Lollipop. But one prediction got nixed – the plan to have a fingerprint scanner with Google’s newest flagship Android phone.

Samsung “reveals” 10 secrets of the Galaxy Note 4

All the great features and functions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has been extensively covered, which started when it was just rumors and continued when the OEM hyped up the latest version of its phablet line. All its secrets have been revealed, or so that's what we thought. But unless you spend just the whole day just exploring your Note 4 in and out, you probably don't know these 10 hidden features that Samsung is now sharing with the public.

The Ditto Note 4 ROM for your Galaxy Note II

There are some guys who really want to get the best out of their hardware – that’s probably how we’re going to describe the guys at XDA developers forum who now present the DN4 (Ditto Note 4) ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note II. As the name implies, the ROM brings Galaxy Note 4 features to your venerable Galaxy Note II.

Nexus 6 expands to 12 more countries, still not available

Google has just very silently added a dozen more markets that will be receiving the new Nexus 6. That is, at least when the smartphone actually becomes really available. While it is definitely good news to see that Google is expanding initial availability to more than just a single country, the continued absence of the device only serves to increase anxiety, and perhaps even a bit of resentment, which could very well color the public's opinion of Google's first ever phablet.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge to arrive in the US mid-November

The United States consumer market is finally going to get a crack at that quirky, edgy (pun definitely intended) phablet device Samsung put out fairly recently – the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. The device is, for all intents and purposes, a Galaxy Note 4 – all the hardware and features match up. The one difference is that curved screen on the device's right side.
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