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Samsung launches “Next is Now” campaign for Galaxy S6, S6 edge

Samsung has finally launched the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge and by now, you're probably convinced that the two flagship phones, or either of the two, can be a great choice for your next Android phone. The South Korean tech giant has officially launched its marketing campaign for the two called as "Next is Now" which will be released globally. One of the first material we're treated to is a TV ad entitled "Anticipation".

New Xiaomi teasers point to premium Xiaomi Mi 4i

This will be new and exciting times for China-based manufacturer Xiaomi, regarded by most as one of the fastest growing manufacturers from China due to their build quality. On April 23, Xiaomi is scheduled to unveil a new device, and for the first time, the unveiling will be outside of China, in New Delhi, India. The device is expected to be the Xiaomi Mi 4i.

OnePlus One now available for anyone, even without invite

Has it only been a year since OnePlus introduced this different kind of marketing wherein you had to get an invite to buy a smartphone? Well, apparently, April 23, 2014 was the big day and to commemorate this milestone, they are finally doing away with the thing that made them famous in the first place. That's right, anyone can order online the OnePlus One, and it doesn't have to be just Tuesdays. It can be everyday until forever, or until they run out of stocks.

Sony Xperia Z3 vs Sony Xperia Z4: Slight improvements might make the difference

We expect that most major OEMs release a flagship every year. And every time a consumer would buy the current flagship, there's always that unacknowledged fear that next year's new flagship might be better (as it should be right?) and so you might be "wasting" money buying the current one. The latest smartphone to present this dillema to its consumers is Sony which just announced its new flagship, the Xperia Z4, coming this summer. So should Xperia Z3 owners panic now and get ready to trade up?

Sony Xperia Z4 reportedly for Japan only, different flagship for rest of the world

So Sony just recently announced its flagship for this year, the much awaited Sony Xperia Z4. The announcement was made via official press release, and the new flagship device is set to be launched this summer. All is right in the world again. But hold your horses! What is this that we’re hearing that the Xperia Z4 might only be offered in Japan, and that there will be a different Sony flagship device for the rest of the world? What is this?!?

Invites out: OnePlus 2, OPO Lite speculated to debut tomorrow

Well look what we have here. It looks like some of the rumors and leaks were less than true, as we all were led to believe that OnePlus is pushing its flagship launch to Q3, maybe Q4 of this year. But here we are today, and an invite is clearly out from the Shenzhen-based outfit for what seems to be a launch event tomorrow. Will the OnePlus 2 finally be unveiled, together with a rumored second phone device?
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