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ASUS releases the Zenfone C for Malaysian market

It looks like ASUS’s Zenfone revolution is gaining some traction, with the Taiwan-based tech company releasing a number of its Zenfone-themed models across markets in Asia and the sub-continent of India. Today, we have another Zenfone release to the Malaysian market – another sub USD$100 device to solidify ASUS’s strength in the lower market niches.

ZTE Blade S6 debuts with Android 5.0 pre-installed

ZTE has announced the latest device to wear its name and the smartphone is called the ZTE Blade S6. The new device is very thin with a profile only 2mm thick. Power for the smartphone comes from a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 octa-core chipset MSM8939.

Motorola shows some #Motolove with big discounts for Valentines

Motorola wants us all to have a happy Valentines. No, the company isn't wishing you would find the love of your life (you wish!) but just fall in love with a new phone like the new Moto X or the Moto 360 smartwatch. Of course, this sweet deal could also be the perfect Valentines gift to your geeky significant other.

Saygus to start accepting pre-orders for V2 by January 29

Are you raring to own a smartphone that can hold up to 320 GB of storage, great camera specs, and all for under $600? The wait is almost over as American OEM Saygus announced that they will start taking actual pre-orders starting this week, as anticipation builds up for the newest smartphone in the market whose specs rivals those of already established brands. Will it actually be worth it?

Huawei P8 images leaked, extremely slim bezels shown

We have an interesting leak to share with you guys – here’s another product from the big guns of China that would probably not quite make it to MWC 2015 in Barcelona, but would have the potential to make an impact during the 2nd half of the year. Huawei will most likely come out with the rumored Huawei P8 at that time, and these images might be the first look at what you can expect.

HTC Hima image ‘leaks’ possible decoys

It appears HTC has been fooling us all along: a source familiar with the ongoing development of the company’s upcoming take on its HTC One flagship device has reportedly said that images leaked earlier this week are no more than decoys meant to throw nosy snoops off the trail. This is not a weird thing to do in the secret world of device development, with Apple most (in)famous for their paranoia regarding leaks of their new devices.

Samsung Galaxy S6, S Edge confirmed by Vodafone Netherlands

Everybody is excited and prepping for the launch of Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S6, and local carriers like Vodafone in Netherlands is no exception. Well, they’ve all but confirmed that they will be carrying the latest flagship phone – but a not-so-cursory look into the source code of the same website shows that they might also carry one “Samsung Galaxy S Edge”. Whatever might that be?

Motorola comes back to China

We already know that Motorola has officially returned to China. The company brings new smartphones and wearable choices to the emerging market. All these are happening because Lenovo's purchase of Motorola has been finally completed three months ago. This also means consumers in China have more choices now when it comes to smartphones (not that there aren't enough choices available...). Motorola is bringing the following models to China: Moto Hint (wearable), Moto G, Moto X Pro, and the Moto X.

Apple may have bitten off Nexus 6’s ‘missing’ fingerprint sensor

It turns out that Apple may have been responsible not just for the seeming current downturn in innovating its own products, but contributing to some "missing" parts in the competition as well. Notice that cute "dimple" behind Google's Nexus 6 -- manufactured by Motorola hence the dimple has Motorola's logo? Well, news has come out that it should have been a tappy fingerprint sensor. But circumstances have been so that Motorola wasn't able to include that in that final design.