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What the OnePlus 2 DOESN’T have, and why that matters

Ok, so the cat’s out of the bag, so to speak. The OnePlus 2 – made by the same guys who made the OnePlus One (haha) – is out in the open, the pricing is out in the open as well, and we had a short time to go hands on with it. It is by far, the most ridiculous piece of smartphone hardware you can get for a price range that starts at around USD$329. But that for that price, you will have to let go of some creature comforts – like NFC, a fast charging feature, and a wireless charging feature. Is that going to be ok for you?

Moto G 3rd Gen, Moto X Play, Moto X Style: which one is for you?

So we finally see what Motorola is up to, at least in the mainstream smartphone segment of the market. Their strategy lies in three handsets which look very visibly similar to each other – there is the 3rd generation Moto G, then the Moto X Play, and the Moto X Style. So how does one know which one is the right fit for your own budget and usage? Well, put them side by side and compare. We got you covered.

Ramos announces Onemos MOS1 smartphone

Chinese startup Ramos Digital Technology has just launched a new smartphone in Beijing. A special tech event was held less than two weeks ago, featuring its first ever smartphone: the Onemos MOS1. Yep, you read it right--Onemos MOS1. The company promised that the unit would be available in August both online and in retail stores. We're hoping to see what Ramos has been boasting about lately including its five-edged crystal metal frame-- a result of some complex process.

Motorola releases new Moto G budget smartphone with better specs

Last year’s Moto G was already a champion, if you were looking for a decent device that would not really hurt your wallet. Now Motorola is bringing us the 3rd generation of this budget smartphone and instead of just bringing a slightly better version, it looks like the OEM has imbued the new gadget with new features and specs that will make the price tag even more worth it, including LTE, water protection, and for the first time ever, a Moto Maker option for the Moto G.

Moto X Style, Moto X Play: twin successors of a flagship

Motorola definitely did something unexpected today. We were expecting the Moto G, and it gave us a Moto X. But not just one Moto X. Motorola has in fact outed two Moto X smartphones, the Moto X Style and the Moto X Play. The Moto X Style is simply the high end Moto X we've come to expect. The Moto X Play, on the other hand, is a strange beast that sits in between the Moto X Style and the Moto G. So does the new smartphone strategy play out?

Startup Nextbit to “reboot” as a new smartphone maker

We haven't heard from Nextbit recently but the startup is about to change its direction. Why, the software group is believed to be turning into a smartphone company now. From software to hardware, the group plans to bring in some of the best people in the mobile industryy including the original Android 1.0 team of developers plus one designer from HTC.

Samsung intros new Galaxy Folder clamshell phone

Perhaps as response to LG's announcement of the Gentle flip Android phone, here's Samsung with the latest Galaxy Folder clamshell phone. This is one practical smartphone because of the compact size and the cool features you usually find in a Samsung mobile device. It's not a premium model but the clamshell design makes it a trendy gadget we're all familiar with in the past.
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