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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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BlackBerry confirms Priv in earnings report

BlackBerry this week confirmed it will release an Android-powered sliding smartphone under the name of Priv. The long rumored and ballyhooed device was mentioned as part of the company’s most

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LG video teases unconventional display in upcoming phone

LG has published a video which looks to be teasing a rather unique display for an upcoming smartphone. There’s no outright mention of a handset nor are there any specs

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Nexus 6P to debut in four colors, report suggests

Google will launch the Huawei-made Nexus 6P smartphone in four colors, according to a new report from Android Police. Allegedly, the handset will come in black, white, silver, and, gold. It’s

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GIVEAWAY! Win one of ten official Android M collectible figurines

How would you like to get your hands on some Android Marshmallow goodness? Not the 6.0 stuff that’s going to roll out with new devices in the coming weeks. We’re talking a

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T-Mobile rings up $50 Coolpad Rogue smartphone for September 30

T-Mobile will soon offer a dirt cheap 4G LTE smartphone in the form of the Coolpad Rogue. Arriving on September 30, the handset comes from one of the larger Chinese

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Nextbit announces Verizon-ready Robin smartphone

Nextbit today confirmed that it will offer a CDMA version of its upcoming Robin smartphone starting September 18. According to the phone maker, the handset will be compatible with Verizon’s

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Virgin Mobile gives customers more data for the money, adds LG Tribute 2

Virgin Mobile on Thursday revealed its rate plans now offer for more high speed data at no additional cost. The basic plan of $35 per month now allows for 1GB of

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Amazon announces seven new devices for Fire tablet, Fire TV portfolio

Amazon, as it is often wont to do this time of year, has announced new models in its Fire lineup of tablets and TV products. For 2015 Amazon has expanded

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HTC Desire 626 (AT&T) review

Announced in July, the HTC Desire 626 positions itself as an affordable take on the premium smartphone experience. Namely, it delivers a lot of the One M9 flagship and custom HTC

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HURRY! HTC offers up some incredible limited time deals

HTC, as part of its Hot Deals promotion, is offering a number of great bargains today. Whether you’re looking for a phone, a tablet, or some goodies, HTC has something

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Verizon: Motorola Moto X Pure Edition will work on our network

Thinking about picking up a new Motorola Moto X Pure Edition but wondering whether it will work with Verizon’s network? Fear not, the carrier has reportedly made it clear that

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Blu debuts Vivo Air LTE as America’s thinnest 4G LTE smartphone

Blu today announced a follow-up to its Vivo Air smartphone launched earlier in the year. Called the Vivo Air LTE, the unlocked smartphone is aluminum and features a profile that’s only

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Verizon will begin testing its 5G network in 2016

Barely six years after launching its 4G LTE network, Verizon plans to start field-testing its next-generation high speed data service. Dubbed, for lack of a better term, 5G, it could deliver

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Verizon’s XXL data tier offers 18GB shareable data

Verizon has a new rate plan for customers who need to share a lot of data each month. By a lot, we mean 18GB of 4G LTE data. Available starting

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Samsung Galaxy S7 will be offered with two screen sizes, report says

Don’t look now, but the Samsung Galaxy S7 rumors are sneaking up right behind you. Indeed, we’re barely a few weeks beyond the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Galaxy Note