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The OnePlus 2 has an all-new design a better specs. Photo: OnePlus

OnePlus this week announced its long-awaited OnePlus 2, and despite its sub-$400 price tag, it has all the features and specifications it needs to give the latest flagships some tough competition — including Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 810 processor, up to 4GB of RAM, and a much-improved camera.

But OnePlus smartphones are all about beating the latest flagships. Does the OnePlus 2 have what it needs to do that? Find out below.

Motorola's new handsets cost a lot less then rival flagships. Photo: Motorola

Motorola’s new handsets cost a lot less then rival flagships. Photo: Motorola

Motorola today announced two new additions to its flagship Moto X lineup in the Moto X Style and the Moto X Play. Both handsets deliver flagship specifications and high-end designs that are customizable through Moto Maker, and they cost a lot less than their rivals off-contract.

But how exactly do Motorola’s new devices stack up against those rivals? Find out in our handy comparison chart below.

The G4 won't be LG's final flagship of 2015. Photo: LG

The G4 won’t be LG’s final flagship of 2015. Photo: LG

Before you splash out on LG’s new G4, there’s something you should know.

The South Korean company has confirmed it is working on another new device that president Cho Jun-ho describes as a “super premium smartphone,” and it’s coming later this year.

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Have you ever wanted to take your flat screen TV off the wall and stick it in your pocket? If so, this giveaway is for you.

No, we’re not giving away a foldable pocket TV, but we are giving away the next best thing – a top of the line Android phablet. There are too many good phablets on the market for us to choose just one, so we’re going to let you choose. But you need to enter NOW, because this giveaway ends tonight!

Huawei's Nexus will be a beast. Photo: Google

Huawei’s Nexus will be a beast. Photo: Google

Specifications for Huawei’s upcoming Nexus smartphone have leaked out ahead of the handset’s official unveiling this fall. A reliable source confirms the handset will be powered by Qualcomm’s next-generation Snapdragon 820 processor, and pack a 5.7-inch Quad HD display and fingerprint scanner.

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