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Nokia 225 and the dual SIM variant have miniscule 2.8-inch screens

Nokia 225 and the dual SIM variant have miniscule 2.8-inch screens

Nokia has unveiled a couple new mobile phones that it says are the slimmest internet phones that it has offered so far. The new devices include the Nokia 225 and the Nokia 225 Dual SIM. The two phones are identical save SIM support and each has a 2.8-inch screen and a physical keyboard. Nokia 225 devices are dust and splash proof to help them last longer.

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Blu Life Pure Mini smartphone rocks 4.5-inch HD screen with 326ppi

Blu Life Pure Mini smartphone rocks 4.5-inch HD screen with 326ppi

Blu Products has been releasing a number of new smartphones that run the Android operating system recently. Back in late December 2013, Blu launched its flagship phone called the Life Pure. That device had a 5-inch screen with 441 ppi pixel density. The company has announced another new device that has just debuted.

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Blu Vivo 4.8 HD smartphone runs Android 4.2 and has 1.5GHz quad core processor

Blu Vivo 4.8 HD smartphone runs Android 4.2 and has 1.5GHz quad core processor

Blu Products has announced its latest smartphone that runs the Android operating system. The new smartphone is called the Blu Vivo 4.8 HD and it has an impressively thin body. The smartphone is 6.9mm thick making it very slim.

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T-Mobile Ad surfaces confirming family ETF payoff plans

T-Mobile Ad surfaces confirming family ETF payoff plans

T-Mobile and its CEO, John Legere, have been teasing its plan to offer to pay early termination fees (ETF) for customers that transfer in from another carrier. All of the details of T-Mobile's Uncarrier 4.0 plan that the ETF payoff is thought to be part of are expected to come at CES, possibly today. Ahead of the official talk about the plan, an ad has surfaced from T-Mobile.

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Blu Life Pure smartphone has full HD 5-inch screen with 441ppi

Blu Life Pure smartphone has full HD 5-inch screen with 441ppi

Last week smartphone maker Blu unveiled a pair of new Android-powered smartphones that offered modest features for people needing a new device on a budget without a contract. The smartphones are called the Studio 5.0 II and Advance 4.0. The company has unveiled another new device called the Blu Life Pure.

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Gresso Radical smartphone runs Android 4.1.2 and quad-core 1.2 GHz CPU

Gresso Radical smartphone runs Android 4.1.2 and quad-core 1.2 GHz CPU

Gresso is the maker of some high-end smartphones that are known more for their style than performance. The smartphones from the company are often very expensive as well. One of the last smartphones from Gresso that we mentioned was earlier this year when the Cruiser Titanium was unveiled at a price of $2500.

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YotaPhone international launch set for December

YotaPhone international launch set for December

A Russian company called Yota Devices has been teasing us with a dual screen smartphone for a while. In fact, we spent some hands on time with the device back in January of this year. The company announced in February that the YotaPhone would be coming this year.

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Android has 82% of smartphone market reports Gartner

Android has 82% of smartphone market reports Gartner

Research firm Gartner has released its latest report on the state of the smartphone industry around the world for Q3 2013. The numbers show that Android as an operating system is dominating the overall market for smartphones with 82% market share. The numbers also show that Samsung is the largest manufacturer in the industry.

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Nokia Asha 503, 502 and 500 hands-on

Nokia Asha 503, 502 and 500 hands-on

Can you be cheap and smart at the same time? Nokia says yes, and the refreshed and expanded Asha range is the result, the new 500, 502, and 503. Following in the dainty footsteps of the surprisingly well-received Asha 501 back in July, the trio of MeeGo-inspired handsets aren't going to squash Nokia's Lumia line-up, but they will be the company's most advanced devices once it sells its true smartphone business to Microsoft. Read on for some first impressions.

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Nokia Asha 500, 502 and 503 3G “affordable smartphones” revealed

Nokia Asha 500, 502 and 503 3G “affordable smartphones” revealed

Nokia has revealed a trio of new Asha handsets, the Asha 500, 502, and 503, pushing its affordable smartphone range with an unusual "trapped in ice" aesthetic. The three phones join the original Asha 501, announced earlier this year, in offering a MeeGo-esque interface and budget features, with all three expected to come in at under $100 pre-subsidies.

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Nokia 108 and 108 Dual SIM aim at first time phone buyers

Nokia 108 and 108 Dual SIM aim at first time phone buyers

Nokia unveiled a pair of new camera phones aimed directly at the entry-level market today called the Nokia 108 and Nokia 108 Dual SIM. Both phones are designed specifically to allow people to take photographs and record video. Both devices feature Nokia Slam technology allowing content to be shared quickly and easily via Bluetooth.

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Walmart smartphone trade-in program detailed ahead of Apple announcements

Walmart smartphone trade-in program detailed ahead of Apple announcements

Today's a big day for smartphone fans who prefer the iPhone with Apple set to make announcements relating to new devices later this morning. Ahead of Apple's announcement of new iPhones, Walmart has announced that it will launch a smartphone trade-in program in the United States on September 21. Walmart also tips that it will have an additional announcement after Apple finishes its unveil this afternoon.

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