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If you’re thinking about picking up a Nokia X, but you’re put off by its heavily modified Android operating system, then you’ll be pleased to know that the first custom ROM with pure Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is now available.

It’s free from all of Nokia’s own tweaks, delivering a stock experience exactly as Google intended it — and so far everything appears to be working seamlessly.


Prepare for a major upgrade in processing and graphics performance from next year’s Android-powered flagships. Qualcomm today announced its next-generation Snapdragon processors with 64-bit architecture, which promise a better mobile computing experience in almost every way.

In addition to support for 4K Ultra HD displays, the Snapdragon 808 and Snapdragon 810 processors are expected to bring even faster LTE connectivity, better graphics for your games, and blazing-fast devices you haven’t experienced on Android before.


After months of speculation and many, many leaks, today finally saw the official unveiling of the new HTC One M8. It looks a lot like its predecessor at first glance, but the new flagships sports a much-improved aluminum form factor, and all new internals.

In addition to its larger 5-inch display, the new HTC One M8 features Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 801 processor, dual rear-facing cameras, and HTC’s latest Sense 6 user interface.


The upcoming OnePlus One has been upgraded ahead of its release with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 801 processor.

The handset was to launch with its predecessor, the Snapdragon 800, but it’ll now boast the same CPU that powers the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Sony Xperia Z2, and the All New HTC One.


The All New HTC One will cost $600 off-contract when it goes on sale in the United States, according to the latest information leaked on Twitter. In addition, the gold variant is expected to be a Best Buy exclusive — at least initially.


Qualcomm is currently pushing out a fairly major firmware update for its Toq smartwatch, together with some notable improvements for its companion Android application, which is now available to download from the Play Store.


A new image has popped up on the internet showing off what’s believed to be HTC’s upcoming flagship smartphone of 2014, the ‘New One’, at a community tennis match in the United States. The picture was sent to a popular online publication and displays the handset in all its glory, with its two upgraded BoomSound front-facing speakers and its fresh oval-shaped design, all of which clearly match up to a leaked photograph we saw back in February taken by a rather sneaky employee at the manufacturers factory.

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