LG is planning longer release cycles, and that’s a good thing

Anyone looking back knows that the innovation cycle for smartphones used to be just six months. Today, we usually see an update once a year, and only a few manufacturers (Sony and OnePlus, for example) renew their lineup in the same segment twice a year. LG had always presented a new G series smartphone in the Spring and continued on to push a new V series model … Continue reading LG is planning longer release cycles, and that’s a good thing

Honor 8 won’t be updated to Android Oreo

Honor is blaming “hardware and software limitations” for Oreo’s no-show. The Honor 8 was a truly fantastic mid-range handset when it launched in August of 2016, and following the update to Android Nougat in February of last year, it was made even better. We were crossing our fingers for Oreo to come to the phone in the near future, but those dreams have now been … Continue reading Honor 8 won’t be updated to Android Oreo

HTC U11 EYEs specs and photos leak in full ahead of unveil, courtesy of HTC’s own site

It’s always funny when manufacturers leak their own products ahead of their official launches. The U11 EYEs was thoroughly leaked a couple of days ago by Evan Blass, but while that leak was more comprehensive than most, it still didn’t show everything. Now thanks to some mistakes at HTC, we can see all of the U11 EYEs’s specs in full, right down to the launch … Continue reading HTC U11 EYEs specs and photos leak in full ahead of unveil, courtesy of HTC’s own site

The HTC U11 EYEs is the company’s second attempt at a near bezel-less device

While most of us were fast asleep, HTC decided to announce that a new device was coming in the form of a “Save the Date” for January 15th. It seems that the HTC U11 EYEs will be officially unveiled, but @evleaks (Evan Blass) took this time to spare us from the anticipation. Blass not only shared some of the official press renderings but also shared … Continue reading The HTC U11 EYEs is the company’s second attempt at a near bezel-less device