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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ press renders leak

We’re now about two weeks out from Samsung’s next big event, but we don’t have to wait that long to see the phones that Sammy will unveil there. Well-known leaker @evleaks has shared some press renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+. While there’s not a ton of information that we can glean by looking at the fronts of the devices, the Note 5 … [read full article]

Motorola intros three new Android phones: Moto X Style, Moto X Play, and Moto G

Motorola held a big event this morning and took the wraps off of three, count ‘em, three, new Android phones. As you’d expect, there’s a lot of stuff to cover here, so let’s dive right in. The Moto X Style is the biggest of the bunch, packing a 5.7-inch 2560×1440 display. Flanking either side of that screen are front-facing speakers, and the front … [read full article]

OnePlus 2 revealed after weeks of hype, will launch on August 11

The OnePlus One wasn’t officially released by T-Mobile, but its low price and unlocked GSM body made it an attractive device. Now the OnePlus 2 is here, and it’s better suited for T-Mo with band 12 LTE support. The OnePlus 2 is now official, and it’s launching in the US on August 11. OnePlus’s new flagship Android phone offers a 5.5-inch 1080p display, which is the same as … [read full article]

Kyocera Hydro Wave swims onto T-Mobile and MetroPCS with water-resistant body, Android 5.1

Kyocera has released several water-resistant Android phones in recent years using its Hydro brand, and now that family has grown again. The Kyocera Hydro Wave is launching at both T-Mobile and MetroPCS, and like other members of the Wave family, the Hydro Wave isn’t afraid of a little water. The phone can withstand being submerged in 3.28 feet (1 meter) of … [read full article]

T-Mobile Advanced Messaging will beef up your text messaging experience

T-Mobile may not have a new Un-carrier Amped move for us this week, but that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t have anything cool to share. T-Mo has announced Advanced Messaging, a new feature that utilizes the Rich Communications Services standard to offer beefed up text messaging. Using RCS, you get rich one-on-one and group messaging that includes, “near real-time chat,” the ability to see … [read full article]