Posts by Killian Bell

Nokia may not have given up on Android just yet. Photo: Nokia

Nokia may not have given up on Android just yet. Photo: Nokia

The Android-powered Nokia X family may have been swiftly killed off by Microsoft, but it seems Nokia may have more Android handsets up its sleeve. According to the image above, the company is planning a “Nokia C1″ smartphone for 2015 that could be powered by an Intel processor and Android 5.0 Lollipop.

The One M9 could be a big upgrade over the One M8. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

The One M9 could be a big upgrade over the One M8. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

With HTC’s One M9 unveiling expected to happen at CES, it’s no surprise we’re already seeing some leaks; after all, HTC isn’t exactly the best at keeping its upcoming products a secret. According to one reliable source, the handset is going to impress with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 810 processor, a much-improved rear-facing camera, and the new Sense 7 user interface.

Save 30% on the Fire HDX right now. Photo: Amazon

Save 30% on the Fire HDX right now. Photo: Amazon

Looking to treat someone to an Amazon Fire tablet this Christmas? Then today’s the day to buy it if you haven’t already, with the retail giant slashing 30% off its price tag for one day only. Prices start at $299 for the 32GB Wi-Fi model with “Special Offers,” — down from $429 — while the same device with 4G connectivity can be had for $369.

The back of the new ZenFone. Photo: Asus

The back of the new ZenFone. Photo: Asus

Asus is bringing its latest ZenFone to CES 2015, and it is promising some innovative new camera technology that can “see what others can’t see.” The device makes a brief appearance in two short video clips Asus has already posted to Facebook, but we’ll have to wait until next month for its full reveal.

Lollipop meets Sense 6. Screenshots: LlabTooFer

Lollipop meets Sense 6. Screenshots: LlabTooFer

HTC has been hard at work on its Lollipop update for the One M8 since Google made the Android 5.0 firmware available to hardware makers, and it has promised that users would see it within 90 days of the AOSP release. But while you’re waiting, you can take an early peek at what it’s going to look like with Sense 6, thanks to these leaked screenshots.

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