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Nexus 6 gets a massive set of mockups and leaked photos

The rumor mill is spinning like crazy as we near the expected reveal date for Google's next Nexus device. But while we haven't really seen an actual Nexus 6 just yet, aside from two photos allegedly of the smartphone being used in the wild, some rather passionate fan has taken it up on himself to create a wooden model of the device to give others a more solid, pardon the pun, idea of what it might look like.

Chargerito smartphone charger is incredibly small

If you have ever packed up your smartphone charger for a day or more on the go and wondered why it was so big and bulky, you aren't alone. Chargers seem to be much larger than they really need to be. A new product called the Chargerito claims to be the smallest smartphone charger ever, and from the looks of it just may be.

LG F60 rocks quad-core processor and 2100 mAh battery

LG has pulled the covers off a new smartphone that it promises will bring a premium 4G LTE experience to users. The new smartphone is called the LG F60 and LG is billing the device as a "stylish" new smartphone. Out of the box, the F60 runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat.

Asus ZenFone 4 update brings KitKat 4.4

Asus ZenFone 4 owners have something to be happy about on the first day of October. A major software update has landed for the Asus smartphone bringing with it a number of notable updates. Most notable is a new version of Android.

Sony Xperia Z3 underwater unboxing

We have seen plenty of unboxing videos around these parts, we know you have too. They are all about the same; you start with a smartphone or tablet packed away in the box from the factory, slowly pull out all the accessories, manuals, the device itself, and talk about them.

Galaxy Ace Style LTE features 1.2GHz quad-core CPU

Samsung has tossed a new Galaxy smartphone on the market with little fanfare called the Galaxy Ace Style LTE. The smartphone has a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display with 800 x 480 resolution. That isn't exactly a high-resolution screen by today's standards, but it gets the job done well enough on a lower cost device.