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HTC has finally ditched its logo bar. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

HTC has finally ditched its logo bar. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

HTC’s flagship for 2016 has leaked out early, and it looks like yet another iPhone clone.

The One M10 is almost identical to the One A9 that was introduced last October, but it finally does away with the front-facing HTC logo that was universally hated.

Note fans in the U.K. won't miss out in 2016. Photo: Jim Merithew/Cult of Android

Note fans in the U.K. won’t miss out in 2016. Photo: Jim Merithew/Cult of Android

Samsung’s decision not to launch the Galaxy Note 5 in the U.K. last year, making the Galaxy S7 edge+ its only flagship phablet, may not have worked out quite as well as it hoped.

The South Korean company is reportedly reversing that decision for 2016, with a plan to deliver the Galaxy Note 6 but not the Galaxy S7 edge+ to Great Britain.

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The LG G5 looks good. Photo: Amazon

Cases prematurely listed on Amazon for the upcoming LG G5 all but confirm the device will pack dual rear-facing cameras and an all-new design.

LG has done away with its back-facing volume buttons in favor of a more traditional rocker located on the side of the device, but there is a fingerprint scanner situated beneath its camera sensors.

Wear gets even greater. Photo: Google

Wear gets even greater. Photo: Google

A major Android Wear upgrade adds support for making and receiving phone calls on compatible devices, new gestures, and the ability to use your voice to send messages with a long list of third-party apps.

Avoid Marshmallow for now! Photo: NVIDIA

Avoid Marshmallow for now! Photo: NVIDIA

Received an update notification for the Android 6.0 Marshmallow on your NVIDIA Shield tablet? Don’t install it!

The update comes with a bug that plays havoc with Wi-Fi connectivity, leaving some users with no connection at all.

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