Polaroid debuted its new smartphone, the "Selfie" at CES 2015. Unfortunately, the device is a clone of Oppo's N1. The device is set to release in 2015 and will be available in the United States.
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Some people were concerned with how strong the 4.8mm Oppo R5 smartphone was, so Oppo decided to release a video detailing exactly how tough the Chinese smartphone really is.
Days after the launch of the world's thinnest smartphone, the 4.85mm-thick Oppo R5, Vivo now hopes to steal that title with a device that's half as thick as an iPhone 5/5s, with a sleek 3.8mm profile.
Oppo has unveiled what it calls the 'world's thinnest smartphone', with a 1.5GHz octa-core Snapdragon 615, 2GB RAM, 13MP rear camera and 16GB storage - but no microSD slot or 3.5mm audio connector.
Cyanogen, Inc, the company behind the popular after market Android ROM CyanogenMod, has reportedly declined an acquisition bid from Google in order to keep the platform open.
Images purporting to show the OnePlus One have leaked, finally revealing the device that the company claims will be the "best smartphone ever" - but sales will be limited by a complex 'invite system'.
After weeks of teasing, Chinese smartphone maker, Oppo, has finally launched its latest flagship Find 7 in Beijing today with a camera which can take photos with a massive 50 megapixel resolution.
Packing a 2K screen and Snapdragon 801 processor in its sleek design, Oppo is claiming their flagship smartphone is better than Samsung's offering.
The first CyanogenMod powered smartphone, Oppo N1 will be launching on December 24 and has received official certification from Google in order to have native access to the Play Store.
New venture OnePlus has ambitious plans to build "the perfect phone at a disruptive price", saying consumers should "never settle" for anything less, and asking what they want to see in the device.