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Kyocera Hydro WAVE is their newest waterproof 4G LTE smartphone

If you’re the type of person who would constantly drop their smartphone, or even worse, drop it on a wet surface, then you probably stay away from expensive devices, unless you’re rich enough to be constantly changing your phone. Kyocera is a brand that has been producing devices for those who need a more rough and tumble smartphone, and the latest one they’re releasing, the Hydro WAVE, brings you features you’ve come to appreciate from their sturdy gadgets, at an affordable price.

ASUS releases the ZenFone 2E with AT&T

Just when we thought we’ve had enough variants of the ASUS ZenFone 2 out there, the Taiwan-based outfit comes out with one more. ASUS is partnering up with AT&T to bring you the ASUS ZenFone 2E, a budget phone to go with your prepaid account, but a very capable budget phone at that. It seems like everybody is moving up in the world, and even the budget phones now have HD displays and 4G connectivity.

T-Mobile launches Advanced Messaging, new Galaxy Grand Prime

T-Mobile's Voice over LTE introduced last year was the first service of its kind in the US. This time, the company is offering another service that will make mobile communication faster and more convenient. As part of T-Mobile's Rich Communication Services, here comes Advanced Messaging that promises to bring text messaging into the Internet world.

Specs of Galaxy S6 edge Plus revealed in leaked diagrams

It’s already tradition that the closer the launch date it is, the more leaks, rumors, and insider information will come out (and sometimes you have to wonder if it isn’t the OEM itself that starts these leaks). We’re a few weeks away from the expected announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge Plus, and the latest news is that some release diagrams have been seen, giving (and confirming) more specs about the upcoming phablet.

OnePlus 2 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 camera comparison images released

We’re still a few days away from the rumored announcement of the OnePlus 2, but the hype machine seems to be at work already. After some camera details and a review were leaked by a YouTuber who probably received an advanced copy of the device, now we have images comparing the camera prowess of the new flagship from the Chinese brand to that of the Samsung Galaxy S6, and it looks like the bigger megapixels doesn’t always guarantee the best quality.

Sony to roll out two new premium smartphones

No official announcement yet but Sony is said to be introducing a pair of high-end smartphones before the IFA opens in September. Rumor has it that the devices will be part of a new series, which means they won't have the Z, M, E, or C in their names. I know some of you were disappointed about the Sony Xperia Z4 (aka Xperia Z3+ in other areas) but the new series could probably be the reason why there's no new Z model this year. Perhaps Sony was just busy with the new model that the company really didn't have the time to focus much on the Z series.
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