With CES behind us, we now look forward to February and Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Rumors and reports are already spreading like a wildfire, claiming that LG will go head-to-head against Samsung with the G5, and Samsung will be there showing off three (count ’em 1, 2, 3) Galaxy smartphones for the market.
On top of MWC rumors, we took time to post our complete Moto 360 Sport review, Google announced dates for the 2016 Google I/O conference, we learned that HTC Vive could cost a whopping $1500 at launch, and Sony decided that the US doesn’t need fingerprint readers on Xperia devices.
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- Watch: The Droid Life Show – CES 2016 Special [Subscribe]
- Review: Moto 360 Sport
- LG going to head-to-head with Samsung at this year’s MWC.
- Sony Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact launch in the US on Feb. 7.
- Sony: No fingerprint readers on Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact for US.
- MWC: LG G5 reported to feature modular design with slide-out battery tray.
- Leaks suggests three models from Samsung: Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, and Galaxy S7 Edge+.
- No, no: Motorola is not killing the Moto G.
- Moto 360 Sport now available for $299.
- Report claims that HTC Vive could cost $1500 at launch, pre-order supposedly set for Feb. 29.
- Google I/O: May 18-20 in Mountain View.
- Reported specs for Galaxy S7 Edge leak, 5.1″ QHD display and 12MP camera.
- Amazon is reported to release a “portable” version of Amazon Echo.
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