Not wanting to be left behind Vivo, which announced two new phones earlier today, Oppo has launched a new Android device of its own.Called the A53, the phone features mid-range hardware packed inside a body made of magnesium alloy.
Vivo, maker of the world’s thinnest smartphone, unveiled two new handsets today: the Vivo X6 and the Vivo X6Plus. With 5.2-inch and 5.7-inch displays, the X6 and X6Plus feature 6.9 mm thick metal bodies, a fingerprint sensor and 4GB of RAM, in addition to other high-end specs.
To celebrate Cyber Monday, HTC is offering a staggering 40 percent discount on its 2015 flagship, the HTC One M9, and 60 percent discount on the RE Camera. Both offers are applicable until 2nd December, though it is likely that HTC will run out of stock first.
The Galaxy S6 might not be the latest and greatest Android smartphone on the block anymore, but Amazon is giving prospective consumers a good reason to buy the handset today by slashing the price of the unlocked 32GB variant by a whopping $200.
Earlier this month, the CyanogenMod team started rolling out the initial builds of CyanogenMod 13 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow for a select few devices. Over the next few weeks, it is likely that the team will expand its roster of supported devices to include other more popular devices as their nightly builds reach a daily driver status.
The Huawei-made Google Nexus 6P is easily among the best Android smartphones to be released this year. Unlike previous Nexus devices, the 6P does not compromise on any particular area and even comes with a great 12.3MP rear shooter than can rival the likes of the iPhone 6s Plus and Samsung Galaxy S6 — an area where its predecessors have usually been a disappointment.