Electronics

ComScore Data: Apple Vs Android

ComScore has released data about the spread of smartphones and mobile operating systems in the US market in the third quarter of 2015. Starting with the large numbers, customers who use a smartphone on American soil are well 191.1 million, with a market penetration…
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Huawei G8 Reviews

On stage at the press conference that Huawei has held to IFA 2015, at the beginning of September, there was only the Mate but also the new G8, a phablet with which Huawei intends to consolidate its presence in the so-called “average range”. Aluminium body, a…
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The Alleged OnePlus X

The next 12 October, OnePlus held an event in India during which it will probably presented the new OnePlus X, the first smartphone medium end of Chinese society. A few days after the presentation, the Terminal seems to have appeared at the American FCC certification…
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Meizu Pro 5 Preview

Pending the full review, more thorough, we wanted to make a preview of the new Meizu Pro 5we received a preview during the official presentation of last September 23. Meizu Pro 5 has a shell made of magnesium alloy and aluminum. The dimensions are 7.5…
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New GN5001 and GN9010 Gionee

The Chinese manufacturer Gionee is preparing to bring to market a series of new smartphones. After seeing theF103L, low end device, on the site of Chinese certification bodyTENAA have made their appearance on other two devices of low/medium range: GN5001(pictures below) and GN9010 (images above).

BlackBerry Priv Reviews

It seems that now the “Pandora’s box” has been completely uncovered regarding the Blackberry Priv, the first Android-based smartphone Canadian society we much talked about in recent months. The BlackBerry Priv represents the last hope for BlackBerry to remain in the smartphone market. In past…
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Meizu M2 Notes

Meizu has released a new teaser image that promises to be an event for the upcoming October 21. But what exactly will be presented later in the day? Suggesting the answer they think, as often happens, the invitations delivered to the media by…
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