You can now own one of the smallest Android devices ever regardless of your carrier.
The 5G-enabled device will retail for $999.99.
The new devices will also come with updated screens.
The company blames Samsung, but it’s probably due to the US government.
Out of completely nowhere.
The A50, A20, and A10E are all coming Stateside.
The follow-up to the PH-1 might be on the horizon.
If new renders are to be believe, we may have just gotten our first look at Google’s next flagship(s).
Yet another consequence of being on the US Entity List.
Faux buttons and USB-C audio appear to be the future for Samsung’s Note line.
It also comes with an in-display fingerprint reader and a single rear camera.
Sample photos, an unboxing video, and more have all surfaced as a result.
LG remains sluggish to get the latest version of Android out.
No release date has been given yet, so Best Buy was left with no option.
Following high demand from loyal OnePlus users.
Cardinal Red, to be exact.
Announced at the worst possible time.
The beta is also available for the standard OnePlus 7.
Huawei will have until August 19th to get out any important upgrades for its devices.
A unique solution to the notch problem.