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Next Elephone device in the works, will run both Android and Windows 10

One of the least popular brands today in the mobile industry is Elephone but the company has got some great products under its belt. The last Android-powered Elephone we saw was the Elephone P7 and looks like it will finally have a follow up after two years. This time, the new Elephone is said to be powered by not just one but two mobile OS: Android and Windows 10.

Old Android phones can become surveillance sensor machines

Before you throw that old, clunky, obsolete Android phone away, you might want to consider keeping it as it may someday be valuable. No, we're not talking about auctioning them off someday as relics, but more like a functional purpose. A team from Carnegie Mellon University have created a program that can take those old phones or any connected surveillance cameras and turn them into Zensors, giving you information and triggering a consequential action.

Acer unveils new tri-SIM, 4000mAh smartphone, Liquid X2

If you're wondering why you would ever need a smartphone that can house three SIM cards in its body, then you've probably never been to Asia, where dual SIM and now triple SIM devices seem to be flooding the market. Acer has unveiled one of their newest smartphones, and yes, it does have the ability to have three different numbers or carriers in its tiny body. Will the Acer Liquid X2 convince you that you need one in your life?

Xiaomi gives us a closer look at the Mi 4i, watch all vids here

The pastel colored Xiaomi Mi 4i which we recently featured looks really cute and sweet. Unfortunately, the phone is initially exclusive in India. The Chinese electronics company Xiaomi hopes to attract the masses with this budget-friendly smartphone model with A-OK specs: a 1080p screen, 13MP main camera, dual SIM support, and 4G LTE connectivity. The camera can beat the HTC One M9's camera with its f/2.0 aperture. The 5.0 megapixel sensor in front is able to take endless selfies and hour-long video chats.

LG UX 4.0 teaser highlights feature for selfie-addicts

Unless a new flagship from some of the biggest tech brands today is announced, we're focusing our attention on the LG G4. The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge have been launched already while Sony just unveiled the Xperia Z4 just the other day. We're left with the LG G4 as the latest and highly anticipated since LG has been publishing several teaser videos already.

Xiaomi Mi 4i is tasty but sadly confined to India

Xiaomi is doing it again, teasing the rest of the world with a decent smartphone at an affordable price that only a very select few can get their hands on. True to their word, they have unveiled the Xiaomi Mi 4i to woo the masses in India. It may not really go head to head with high-end flagships, but at a fraction of the price, it might pretty much be worth it, especially when you consider the somewhat high-end components coming from respectable manufacturers.

OPPO R7 launch rumored on May 20, photos leaked once again

We've been seeing more and more leaked photos of the bezel-less OPPO R7. Obviously, these images are coming from China. Another set as been leaked proving once again that the next OPPO smartphone is gorgeous with its edge-to-edge goodness. We all know that OPPO is professional when it comes to doing stress tests on their mobile devices but with all the recent leaks, it seems the company isn't good at keeping secrets unless that is their marketing technique.

OnePlus One system update rolling out now

If you are a user of the OnePlus One smartphone running cyanogen, a new update is apparently ready to roll out. Reposts have surfaced indicating that some users have received the notification that a new update for the device is ready to install.

LG G4 ready to compete with Samsung Galaxy S6

Less than a week before D-Day, South Korean electronics giant LG is busy gearing up for the release of the 2015 flagship phone--the LG G4. It's going to be a global affair and phone will immediately be available in the Korean market the next day. This means Samsung's newest flagship, the Galaxy S6, will have its direct competitor. LG's advantage? Camera with f/1.8 aperture, removable battery, and its genuine leather back cover.
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