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GFXBench shows ‘Sony E5663’ device specs, possible Xperia Z4 Compact

GFXBench is one of the best sources for specs of upcoming devices. You’re never really quite sure of which device it is – the manufacturer’s coded names makes sure of that – but you can take an educated guess. And because of the way the benchmark works, we’re given a pretty good picture of what the device is capable of – like this new device from Sony which just might be the Xperia Z4 Compact.

ZTE releases budget smartphones on Cricket, AT&T

Chinese tech brand ZTE may not be as popular in the Western hemisphere, but it has definitely made its mark in its local market and in other emerging regions where budget devices are the "in" thing. Now they're set on making a name in the US market by releasing two of their newest smartphones on two separate networks: the ZTE Sonata 2 on Cricket, and the ZTE Maven on AT&T.

Lenovo intros new K3 Note budget phone, ready with LTE and Full HD display

They may not be the the top computer technology company today but Lenovo is still one of the most trusted Chinese companies. It is always busy unveiling products left and right. The last products we heard about were the Smartcast and Magic View. Before those concept ideas, there's also the Lenovo Cast, the budget smartphone S6 in India, and Lenovo P70 with 4,000 mAh battery also in India. This week, this Chinese manufacturer has unveiled the K3 Note in India with a very affordable price tag that reads $155.

Flir One 2nd gen thermal camera now available for Android devices

Do you feel like you need thermal camera in your life? Well, if you're a scientist or an engineer, then probably you would say yes. Or if you're just interested in seeing what the naked eye cannot and you have a spare couple of hundred dollars, then you can say yes too. Flir One has released the second generation of its thermal camera, and it's of course better and more powerful than the previous one, turning your mobile camera into a powerful thermal imager.

Xperia Z3+ now rolling out in the global market

Despite a mild controversy over changing the name from the Japanese market to the rest of the world. a lot of the fans of Sony mobile phones are pretty excited about the Xperia Z3+ (called the Xperia Z4 in Japan). Finally, the rest of the world will be able to get their hands on the new handset as Sony announced the roll-out of their newest smartphone to other markets globally. Pricing and availability varies per region, so they have not made specific announcements per market as of yet.

New T-Mobile JUMP plan can change phones 3x a year

They say a person's average attention span nowadays is just 8 seconds. And when it comes to gadgets, apparently T-Mobile thinks it's 3 smartphones a year. The new JUMP On Demand plan being offered by the un-carrier allows users to trade-in their devices up to 3x a year, and without even paying a monthly fee. Sounds too good to be true right? Apparently, their flamboyant CEO John Legere doesn't think so and will even convince you, with NSFW language to boot, that it is true indeed.

Insensi intros ILY Family Phone, perfect for kids and grandparents

There seems to be a growing trend of making the environment and things more secure for kids. Through the decades, the older generations have learned from their own experiences so they're working hard to make a better future for the children. When it comes to technology, the adults and the children are lucky in this time and age because we have access to almost anything.

ZTE Axon phone to be unveiled soon with 4GB RAM

ZTE has not made any official announcement yet regarding a new smartphone but an Axon Phone has been spotted. There have been talks and rumors about an Axon Phone but it wasn't clear who is manufacturing the phone. Today, we learn that it's from ZTE, another Chinese phone manufacturer that's been trying to enter the mobile market in the United States. You might say this is just another entry level phone but the rumored 4GB RAM makes it more promising.
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