The Nokia 8 is coming to the US. Despite rumors that it would not make it to the States, a specific version has now passed through the FCC. The device comes with a 5.3-inch 1440p display, a Snapdragon 835 processor, dual 13MP rear cameras, a 13MP front camera, a 3,090mAh battery, and ... Read More »
We already know most of the details about the upcoming Google Pixel 2 thanks to numerous leaks, but a new FCC filing gives us some definitive details that may interest people who want the device.
Thanks to HTC’s filing, we see that the “Languages & input” menu has been changed to “Languages, input ... Read More »
Fans of Samsung‘s Galaxy S Active smartphones, it looks like you may have a newcomer to the lineup to look forward to.
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The FCC proposed allowing the use of cell phones for calls flights in 2013. Though they would still have to be turned off during takeoff and landing, but the proposal would allow people full use of their phones in the air.
The opposition was not focused on interference, as this risk is thought to ... Read More »
The Federal Communications Commission has the Huawei 10 making its way through their labyrinth, they’ve released several different images of ... Read More »
Unlimited data plans are still a crucial element for T-Mobile, but the Un-carrier got into choppy waters with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over its rules regarding deprioritization.
Over the weekend, images of what’s believed to be one of the upcoming HTC-manufactured Nexus smartphones surfaced, showcasing what’s believed to be the hardware design for the upcoming handsets.
Word on the street for some time has been that HTC would be making not one, but two new Nexus smartphones for ... Read More »
We’ve seen some info that suggests that an upcoming BlackBerry devices will not be manufactured by BlackBerry itself, and a new FCC listing has confirmed this.
Codenamed Neon, the device will be manufactured by TCL Communications, which is the parent company of Alcatel. The device also shares specs with ... Read More »
Security has been a sore spot for Android since its inception. With so many manufacturers making Android devices with their own customizations, it became impossible for Google to control updates. Instead, it has been up to the manufacturers to update devices.
With new exploits constantly being found and security being a hot topic, both the FTC ... Read More »
Battery life is a huge point of contention between customers and smartphone manufacturers. Consumers have cried out, declaring that battery life needs to be improved, while manufacturers are still pursuing the goal of making slimmer and slimmer devices. The result has been a mixed bag, with manufacturers opting for new charging tech rather than increasing ... Read More »