Nokia 3 and 5 will be announced at MWC alongside a new version of the 3310, European pricing leaks for all

Get ready for Nokia smartphones to once again be sold in Europe. According to a new leak from Evan Blass (a.k.a. @evleaks), the brand will introduce three new devices at MWC on February 26, one of which is pretty surprising, to say the least.

The Nokia 6 was launched in China last month, and this will be showcased at the MWC event too - where it will be announced for the European market. The Nokia 6 will be sold in Europe for €249.



Joining it will be the new Nokia 5, with a 5.2-inch 720p touchscreen, 2GB of RAM, and a 12 MP main camera. It will be powered by the same Qualcomm...

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Apple's OLED iPhone to fit a 2,700 mAh battery while being around the same size as the iPhone 7

The barrage of iPhone-related rumors continues today, bringing us news about the battery capacity of the much talked about model that will sport an OLED panel made by Samsung.

This handset, probably to be called iPhone 8, will have around 2,700 mAh battery capacity while its dimensions will be very similar to those of the iPhone 7 from last year. That's quite a feat of engineering when you consider that the iPhone 7 has a 1,960 mAh battery and a 4.7-inch screen, while the iPhone 8 is expected to pack a 5.2" to 5.8" display. The new device will have around 38% more battery capacity compared...

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Really Blue Google Pixel is exclusive to Rogers in Canada

If you're in Canada and have wanted to purchase a Google Pixel but were not satisfied with the available color options up until this point, then you'll be happy about Rogers' latest announcement. The carrier has revealed, via its YouTube channel, that the Really Blue color version for the Google Pixel is headed to its stores soon.



What's more, the Really Blue Pixel will be exclusive to Rogers in Canada, so if you dig the blue hue you'll have to make do with a Share Everything plan on this carrier. So far, the Really Blue Google Pixel has been sold only in the US, and only with 32GB of...

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Apple joins Wireless Power Consortium

Apple is definitely not one to blindly follow along with market trends. However, the US giant also knows when its time to cave into user desires and according to IHS Technology analyst Vicky Yussuff, an overwhelming number of iPhone users want to see wireless charging in their next handset.

The success of wireless charging adoption from Apple's competitors is something that Apple can no longer ignore. IHS Technology consumer survey data shows over 90% of consumers want wireless charging on their next device.

We've been hearing about this for a while now and it almost seems like a sure...

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Huawei teases P10 with latest YouTube video

With MWC coming in two weeks leaks tend to clear pictures around long-awaited flagships little by little. We already know Huawei P10 and Huawei P10 Plus pricing and memory versions, but there was nothing official about the phone from the company itself. Until now.



Huawei Mobile released a 20-second teaser video on YouTube. It says "Change the way the world sees you", divided by shots with two eyes, hinting at the dual-camera setup we've already seen in Huawei P9 last year. On the upper side is the company's logo while on the lower side we see "Barcelona 26.02.17", reminding us that...

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You can now share your favorite places in Google Maps

Google Maps is an integral part of our connected lives, whether you're on Android, iOS or your desktop browser. We use it to get around, both physically and virtually, and to meet up with people.

And now with of the latest Google Maps for iOS and Android, you can create lists of places, share them with people and follow other people's lists.

The feature is very straight-forward. You click on a place in Maps, pull up its description and hit Save to a new list and then it's just as simple as sharing the list via text, mail, social networks and popular messaging apps.



The feature is...

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Huawei CEO confirms Watch 2 unveiling at MWC

Huawei is having a press conference at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and everyone is waiting the company to unveil long-awaited flagships Huawei P10 and Huawei P10 Plus. Huawei's Richard Yu announced today on Weibo to expect another surprise - a new smartwatch with Android Wear 2.0.




The post itself also included an image with a male in sporting gear, looking at his smartwatch. The tag line "Made for free spirits" hints to a sporty device, though Yu didn't mention any specs of the Huawei Watch 2.

According to earlier rumors, the device will have mobile connectivity and...

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Samsung revs up Galaxy S8 production

Samsung is expecting a strong demand for its Galaxy S8 and S8+ so it has boosted its initial production by nearly 40% compared to the Galaxy S7.

The former flagship's initial batch was 12M units, but this time around Samsung is increasing that number by 40%. The total shipments are expected to reach 60 million units.

That number is noticeably higher than the 48 million sales that the Galaxy S7 achieved and the 45 million of the Galaxy S6 before that.



Now the sweet 60 million number hasn't been officially confirmed and comes from Korean local publication The Bell, but it's clear...

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No, this isn't dual camera-packing Galaxy S8

The latest batch of alleged Galaxy S8 photos is doing the rounds today and it suggests the phone will retain the S7 edge's design, and will feature a dual-camera setup at the back.

Our inbox got filled with tips about those, but unfortunately we'll have to disappoint as this is nothing more than a bunch of poorly photoshopped Galaxy S7 units.







The Galaxy S8 may indeed come with a dual camera, but these images are hardly a proof of that. So, until there is a solid evidence for a dual camera, we'll stick to what the most tipsters are in agreement - no Home key, impressive...

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Samsung Galaxy S8+ spotted on Singapore support page

The countdown timer is running down to Samsung's next flagship pair and we are now a little over a month away from the official March 29 unveiling of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Notice the "+" sign on the bigger model.

Earlier today, reputable leakster Evan Blass mostly confirmed the naming convention and now a new support page on Samsung's Singapore site reaffirms @evleaks' earlier model number claims as well.





The 6.2-inch Galaxy S8+ will indeed bear the SM-G955 model number. To be exact, the page lists SM-G955FD, which is indicative of Samsung's intention to release a...

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