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Doesn't it look beautiful? Photo: Samsung

Isn’t it beautiful? Photo: Samsung

The Galaxy S6 edge’s curved display makes it one of the fanciest phones on the market, but it gets even better when you make it look like Iron Man by giving it red glass and painting its sides gold.

Unfortunately, Samsung only produced so many of these Iron Man Edition devices, and so those that are available have been fetching silly money at auction. In fact, one of them just sold in China for a whopping 118.6 million won ($91,635).

HTC One ME

HTC today unveiled a new handset under its ‘One’ brand for the Chinese market — the One ME. The handset is a cheaper variant of the company’s flagship One M9+ handset sold in the region.

CyanogenMod on the OnePlus One. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

CyanogenMod on the OnePlus One. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Enjoy the latest Cyanogen OS update for the OnePlus One while it’s fresh, because it’s highly unlikely you’re going to get another one. Cyanogen CEO Kirk McMaster has all but confirmed that the company has parted ways with OnePlus.

Xiaomi's new Mi 4i looks a lot like another smartphone. Photo: Xiaomi

Xiaomi’s new Mi 4i looks a lot like another smartphone. Photo: Xiaomi

Xiaomi today unveiled its new Mi 4i, an attractive iPhone 5c clone made out of colorful polycarbonate with an affordable price tag. It’s the Chinese company’s first device exclusively for international markets, and it goes on sale later this month.

Devices like the Moto G have helped Motorola reach new highs. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Devices like the Moto G have helped Motorola reach new highs. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Motorola’s latest handsets continue to be an incredible success worldwide, helping the company sell more than 10 million handsets during the third quarter of 2014.

It’s a record for the Moto maker, which saw its revenue reach new highs during Q3. Lenovo, which acquired Motorola from Google last year, said it was able to beat investor expectations for smartphone sales, which were already more than doubled for this quarter.

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