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Nokia releases 5 phones, introduces MVNO in UK

HMD Global, owners of the Nokia brand have rolled out five new Nokia phones in the UK as it gears up to launch a...

LG quitting smartphone business

South Korean tech giant, LG Electronics has announced that it is getting out of the phone manufacturing business after making huge losses in that...

Samsung adds 3 more models to A-series offering

Samsung Electronics has added three new models to its Galaxy A-series, highlighting camera, display and battery improvements as key features. TM Roh, president and head...

Breaking: Huawei P30 and P30 Pro begin receiving EMUI 11 globally

Huawei has announced that its P30 and P30 Pro handset are going global this quarter, loaded with the EMUI 11 interface enhancement system.  This comes...

Samsung commits 4 years to update security on smartphones from 2019...

Samsung has taken a strong stance on security by offering an extended support of security updates for its smartphones. All Galaxy phones from the Z,...

Huawei turns to pig farming as smartphone sales fall

Huawei is turning to technology for pig farmers as it deals with tough sanctions on its smartphones. The Chinese telecoms giant was stopped from accessing...

Samsung teases release of Galaxy S21

Samsung on Monday (January 4) teased the launch of its next Galaxy flagship lineup next week at an online event themed Welcome to the...

Honor to release first phone after independence soon

Zhao Ming, CEO of Honor, posted an open letter on Weibo, confirming that the company will soon release its first product after splitting from Huawei. He did...

Huawei begins to get rid of Android on its smartphones

Huawei has released a stable version of its EMUI 11 user interface for a number of models in China and has launched similar updates to...

TCL’s first rollable smartphone leaked

The Chinese company TCL has started talking about rollable smartphones at the beginning of the year, at the January CES 2020. Now a video...
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