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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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Limited time ‘Productivity Pack’ combines $185 worth of apps and services for $60

Need to get your butt in gear in this new year? If part of your resolution involves getting more organized, and we’re betting it does to a degree, there’s a great bundle

News and Rumors

Polaroid L series tablets to run as low as $100

Polaroid last week announced its upcoming budget-friendly “L” line of tablets set for launch this spring. Slated to sell in 7-inch (L7) and 10-inch (L10) sizes, the duo run Android

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LG G Flex 2 rumored with more affordable sticker price

The LG G Flex 2 could come in with a more affordable price point than its predecessor, or so it might appear. According to a listing on Amazon.de, the new

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Entry-level Samsung Galaxy J1 specs and images surface

Samsung could soon introduce a new line of devices, says oft-reliable SamMobile. The SM-J100 “Galaxy J1” figures to be the first of what we presume to be a series of low-cost

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Samsung introduces 5.5-inch Galaxy A7

Samsung on Monday introduced its Galaxy A7, the largest of now three A Series smartphones. Featuring a 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display, the handset will be sold in two variants: one with a

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BLU Products launches new smartphones at CES

BLU Products this week announced a number of new Android smartphone, some launching later this month. With prices that range from $90-$200, you’ll find new stuff such as the VIVO

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Cricket dials up plus-sized ZTE Grand X Max+

Cricket and ZTE on Monday kicked off their respective CES efforts by announcing the upcoming availability of the 6-inch Grand X Max+. Set to arrive on Friday, January 9, the

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Samsung Galaxy Note Edge comes to U.S. Cellular on January 7

U.S. Cellular on Monday announced the upcoming availability of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. Arriving on Wednesday, January 7, the unique device will carry a $400 price tag with two-year

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LG unwraps 5.5-inch G Flex 2 at CES

LG got its 2015 CES event underway a few moments ago, announcing new TV’s, appliances, and more. But, that’s not what you’re here for; you care about its Android endeavors.

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NVIDIA debuts Tegra X1, world’s most advanced mobile processor

NVIDIA kicked off its new year by announcing its latest mobile processor, the Tegra X1. Built upon the Maxwell GPU, this one features a 256-core GPU, 8-core 64-bit CPU, and

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Alcatel Pixi 3 series runs Android, Windows or FireFox OS

Alcatel’s latest line of smartphones, the Pixi 3, can do something that no other handset can: run Android, Windows or FireFox OS. Indeed, the new series of devices is available in

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Samsung refreshes Galaxy Note 4 with Tri-Band LTE Advanced support

Samsung on Monday debuted a modified version of its plus-sized Galaxy Note 4 which amps up the overall capabilities. The refreshed Note 4 features LTE Advanced (LTE-A) Tri-Band Carrier Aggregation (CA), which means peak download

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Samsung to shelve Galaxy Alpha and move to lower-cost models, report says

Samsung will stop selling the Galaxy Alpha once current inventory is depleted, according to a recent ET News report. Allegedly, Samsung will discontinue the higher-priced, more premium experience, in favor of lower-cost alternatives

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Get $220 in paid Android apps and games for free from Amazon!

A limited time promotion sees Amazon giving away dozens of top apps and games for free Amazon is now offering a gigantic bundle of Android apps and games worth some

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Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 is 30% OFF today only

In the hunt for a last-minute tablet gift for yourself or someone you love? Amazon’s tablet, the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, is discounted by 30% today only, knocking the costs