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Motorola celebrates World Cup with boot animation update

International brands are making it a point to incorporate football-themed goodies in their marketing and promotional efforts as the world’s biggest football sporting event, the World Cup, kicked off in Brazil last week. Even if the brand is not an official sponsor, footie fans get a kick out of seeing anything football-related and spread these pics or videos or apps on social media. Motorola gets in on the World Cup action with their newest boot animation.

OnePlus raffles off invites to purchase the One

The marketing team behind new tech company OnePlus really know how to drum up attention for a product that is not even officially out in the market yet. This week, they are digitally raffling off not the product itself, but 2,500 invites to purchase the One ahead of everyone else. But there will also be that one lucky winner who will get to take home probably the most anticipated mobile phone in a long time.

Huawei Glory 6 leaked photos hint at fingerprint sensor

Huawei’s upcoming Honor smartphone, which has seemingly been leaked beyond recognition, has new pics leaked from a China-based website, basically confirming some of the stuff about the rumored phone that we already know. The Chinese gadget manufacturer’s Honor line of phones, also marketed elsewhere in the world as the “Glory” line, is set to take a major leap up with the rumored octa-core beast the Glory 6.

OPPO’s premium Find 7 now available for pre-order

In April, Chinese phone manufacturer OPPO put out the Find 7a, the more affordable version of the outfit’s more premium Find 7 smartphone. After teasing us with the Find 7a, OPPO has now made the Find 7 available for pre-order in certain areas, including the US. As always, there will be freebies for the first few who avail of the pre-order.

Samsung Galaxy Core 2 Duos, Pocket 2 leaked toting dual SIM

Samsung has innumerable Android devices in all price ranges that it is almost impossible to distinguish one from the other by name or even by appearance. To add even more to that confusion, the manufacturer seems to be hell bent on releasing the next generation of its Galaxy Core and Galaxy Pocket devices, sporting dual SIM capabilities quite popular in certain markets.