Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Moto X (2nd Gen) on Verizon Gets an Update That Sure as Hell Isn’t Marshmallow

The Moto X (2nd Gen) on Verizon or AT&T aren’t getting Marshmallow. So when you see an update pop-up, like many are today on Verizon, don’t get excited. Don’t ever get excited again. It’s only going to be security updates that tease your inner white fluffy, sweet mass. Remember, Motorola disowned you without as much as a “Sorry, bruh.” 

Today’s update to the Verizon Moto X (2nd Gen) is a security patch that will bring your software version up to 23.201.2. Your phone will be more secure, but it sure as hell won’t be on Android 6.0, even though it’s barely a year old and was supposed to be a flagship.


Via:  Verizon

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Logitech Acquires Jaybird

This afternoon, Logitech announced that it has acquired popular sport Bluetooth headphone maker, Jaybird, to the tune of $95 million. Logitech will pay Jaybird $50 million in cash, but the they are including a $45 million earn-out, depending on how sales of Jaybird’s products continue over the next couple of years. 

By buying Jaybird, Logitech is showing that it is taking audio more serious than ever. With Jaybird on board, they now own one of the best sport Bluetooth headphone makers and arguably the best Bluetooth speaker maker in Ultimate Ears (UE), who you may know from the UE Boom line.

Logitech tells us that Jaybird will remain a separate brand. All parties expect the acquisition to close in the coming weeks.

Via:  Logitech

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Facebook Aims to Make Android Apps Smaller, Faster by Open-Sourcing ReDex

Back in November of 2015, Facebook launched the first ReDex-optimized version of the official Facebook application for Android. At the time, the Facebook app was 25% smaller and featured up to 30% faster start times. For those unaware, ReDex is Facebook’s home-brewed tool to reduce the size of Android applications. Today, during the company’s F8 conference, the company announced that it is making the ReDex tool open source for all Android developers, hopefully leading the way to smaller and more efficient applications. 

New optimizations, which will be highlighted in ReDex when it hits open source, arrange code more efficiently on disk and improve memory, as well as CPU usage. The benefits of this are most noteworthy on older devices with less memory than the latest flagship phones.

In addition, ReDex has a fast build process, meaning optimizations can be tested and tweaked in real time, allowing developers to iterate and push updates quickly.

Developers are welcome to try out ReDex on their own creations by using the code found directly on GitHub starting today. Have at it, developers.

GitHub Link

Via: Facebook

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Periscope Beta Testing Sketching Feature for Streamers

According to at least a couple of users, Periscope is working on a Sketching feature for those who stream via the service, granting the ability to draw on top of the video that is being streamed to viewers. Sort of like what you would find on Snapchat, streamers can draw simple shapes or draw attention to a specific object by highlighting it with a circle. 

Detailed in a demo of the feature in beta, users can choose from three primary colors, or use a dropper feature to use a color from inside of a stream. Once something is drawn, it fades after a few seconds, meaning it will be handy mostly to highlight things.

In a statement provided to The Next Web, the Periscope team at Twitter states that this feature is being tested among a small group, and should be released sometime in the next few weeks for all users.

If you want to be sure you get the update, make sure the Periscope app is installed and up to date on your smartphone.

Play Link


Via: The Next Web

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LG to Open Up Modular Design for Developers With SDKs and HDKs

This Friday, on April 15 in San Francisco, LG plans to host its fourth annual developer conference, inviting developer’s to create modules for the LG G5 flagship smartphone. During the conference, developers will learn how to better create apps and hardware designed specifically for the G5’s modular design, with LG announcing the launch of new SDKs (software development kit) and HDKs (hardware development kit).

If developers create and release their own “friends” for the G5, LG is building an online retail space for developers to showcase their accessories. This will help highlight the latest and greatest toys that are compatible with the G5. This site is not quite live yet, but will be on April 18.

The Friday evening event during the conference will be emceed by Mario Tapia, along with keynote talks from LG executives and technical demos. In addition, developers will learn to create their very own camera control applications for the 360 CAM and 360 VR headset. If you attend, there is sure to be plenty of hands-on time with devices. And who knows, maybe LG will even give you some free stuff.

If you are a developer and would like to attend the conference in San Francisco, you can register here.

Via: LG

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DEAL: Save $100 on the HTC 10 With This Code

Hopefully, you didn’t already pre-order the HTC 10 because we have a code that will save you $100 on your order. We can’t help but think that HTC priced this phone just a bit high and were hoping that some sort of promotion would come around to knock a few bucks off the total. I can’t say that I thought it would happen this quickly, though. 

If you head over to HTC’s site and add the 10 to your cart, simply input  code “HTC1008” in the “Promotions” box at the bottom of the cart page and the $100 should automatically come off, leaving you with a $599 bill.

Ready? Go!

HTC Link

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Cheers Chris!

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JBL Reflect Aware C Earphones Were Made for Phones With USB Type-C

A new set of noise-canceling earphones from JBL, called the Reflect Aware C, draw power and audio directly from a USB Type-C port, like the one found on the HTC 10. At this time, JBL has not announced availability or pricing, but they are listed on HTC’s website in a Black or White option. 

The 14.88mm driver earphones are sweat proof and come with ergonomic ear tips, making them perfect for gym and outdoor activities. Additionally, the noise-canceling is adjustable, and the earphones feature an in-line remote with volume rocker and microphone.

With the USB Type-C support, these earphones should work on other devices, such as the Nexus 6P and LG G5. But again, JBL has not made any pricing or release information public at this time.

Will these be an insta-buy for you?

HTC Link

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Specs Comparison: HTC 10 vs. Galaxy S7 vs. G5 vs. Nexus 6P

How does the new HTC 10 match-up to the best on Android?

As we mentioned earlier, the HTC 10 is packed fully of almost all of the specs we want to see in a 2016 flagship, like the current Snapdragon processor, 4GB RAM, camera with bigger micron pixels, fingerprint reader, and a large capacity battery. But can all of that stand-up to Samsung’s new flagships, like the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, or the LG G5? What about up against Google’s high-end Nexus 6P?

Let’s find out. Here is a quick comparison of each phone’s specs. 

  HTC 10 Samsung Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge LG G5 Nexus 6P
Display 5.2-inch, Quad HD Super LCD 5 (2560 x 1440 pixels, 564 ppi) S7: 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED (2560 x 1440, 577ppi)
S7 Edge: 5.5-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED (2560 x 1440, 534ppi, Edge Screen)
5.3-inch Quad HD IPS Quantum Display (2560 x 1440 / 554ppi) 5.7-inch Quad HD AMOLED (2560 x 1440, 518ppi)
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, Quad Core, 64bit, up to 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, Quad Core, 64bit, up to 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, Quad Core, 64bit, up to 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, 2.0 GHz Octa core 64-bit
Software Android 6.0 with HTC Sense Android 6.0 with TouchWiz Android 6.0 with UX 5.0 Android 6.0
Storage 32GB/64GB storage expandable up to 2TB via microSD 32/64GB (UFS 2.0) expandable up to 200GB via microSD 32GB expandable up to 2TB via microSD 32/64/128GB (no microSD slot)
Camera Rear: 12MP (1.55μm pixels), laser autofocus, OIS, f/1.8
Front: 5MP (1.34μm pixels), OIS, f/1.8 with ultra wide-angle lens
Rear: Dual Pixel 12MP, (F1.7), Smart OIS
Front: 5MP
Rear: Standard 16MP, Wide 8MP (135-degrees), laser autofocus
Front: 8MP
Rear: 12.3MP (1.55 μM, f/2.0), IR Laser assisted autofocus
Front: 8MP
Sound HTC BoomSound Hi-Fi Edition, Hi-Res Audio Certified Single speaker Single speaker Dual front facing stereo speakers
Other USB Type-C, USB 3.1, Nano SIM, Fingerprint Sensor, Sensor Hub MicroUSB, USB 2.0, Nano SIM, Fingerprint Sensor, Heartrate Monitor, Edge display USB Type-C, Nano SIM, Fingerprint Sensor, Heartrate Monitor USB Type-C, Nano SIM, Fingerprint Sensor
Connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 & 5 GHz), NFC, BT 4.2, WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 & 5GHz), MIMO,
Bluetooth v 4.2 LE, ANT+, NFC
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, USB Type-C, NFC, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 2x2 MIMO, dual-band (2.4 & 5.0 GHz), Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, GPS
Battery 3,000mAh
Quick Charge 3.0 with cool charge
S7: 3,000mAh
S7 Edge: 3600mAh
Quick Charge 2.0
2,800mAh (removable)
Quick Charge 3.0
Fast charging
Dimensions 145.9 x 71.9 x 9.0mm S7: 142.4 x 69.6 x 7.9mm
S7 Edge: 150.9 x 72.6 x 7.7mm
149.4 x 73.9 x 7.7mm 159.3 x 77.8 x 7.3mm
Weight 161g S7: 152g
S7 Edge: 157g
159g 178g

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HTC 10 Features IP53 Rating, Meaning Don’t Take a Shower With It

If you intended to take shower selfies or snap a few pictures of your kids while underwater in the pool this summer, I would hold off on that. According to HTC’s online comms manager, Jeff Gordon, the HTC 10 features an IP53 certification, making it very unfriendly to water and instances of dust ingress. 

To sum up what a rating of IP53 technically means, the first digit, 5, relates to solids. In this case, the 5 means that the HTC 10 does not completely protect from the ingress of dust, although, no amount of dust should be able to enter the device that would cause unwanted operation of the phone. For example, you could place the phone on a dusty tabletop and be just fine. However, I would suggest not placing the HTC 10 in a bed of sand.

The second number, 3, represents liquids. With a 3 rating, the HTC 10 is protected from spraying water at any angle up to 60° from the vertical. To be clear, we are talking a spray of water, not splash of water. In other words, a light misting or steamy bathroom after a hot shower should be just fine. Anything past that and your phone may cease to operate.

While the HTC 10 won’t come close to delivering the same protection from the elements as a Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge, it does beat out the LG G5, which has no known IP rating.

Via: @urbanstrata

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HTC 10 Supports Apple’s AirPlay

Here’s an interesting little fact about the new HTC 10 – it supports Apple’s AirPlay. It may even be the first Android to do so.

What’s AirPlay? It’s like Google Cast, only for iOS devices. In other words, AirPlay is the technology from Apple that lets you stream music or video from your device through an Apple TV or AirPlay-enabled speaker. 

There are apps on Google Play that will let you stream content through AirPlay devices already, but HTC has essentially licensed the software and built it in natively to the 10. That’s pretty cool news if you happen to have a house filled with Apple TVs and other iOS devices.

Any chance we’ll see other Android manufacturers do the same? Would you like to see others do it?

Via:  Engadget

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Tuesday Poll: Are You Buying the HTC 10?

Now that it’s official, we just have to ask – are you buying the HTC 10?

With a set of premium specs that mostly match up to what others have used in 2016 flagships, along with a focus on high-res audio, a 12MP camera with bigger 1.55 micron pixels, slimmed down software experience that we wish others would adopt, and supposedly best-in-class battery life, there is a lot to like here in the HTC 10. But we can’t overlook the quite high $699 price tag, the lack of AT&T availability, and May launch that seems so late.

We’ll have one in hand shortly to weigh in with our own thoughts, but now it’s time for you to tell us if this is your next phone.

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AT&T Won’t Sell the HTC 10

In HTC’s press release for the HTC 10, you probably noticed that AT&T wasn’t listed as one of the carriers expected to sell the phone. That’s because AT&T isn’t selling the HTC 10. Yes, you are reading that correctly – the 2nd biggest wireless carrier in the US isn’t selling HTC’s 2016 flagship phone. 

According to a statement sent to TechnoBuffalo from HTC, HTC is telling AT&T customers to buy the unlocked model through HTC’s own website. That, of course, means paying the full $700 price and not having the opportunity to buy it with a monthly payment plan. Well, HTC is offering financing with 0% interest for 12 months, so you do have that option.

This is a strange move from AT&T and not a good thing at all for HTC. You may recall the original HTC One (M7) and the lack of its presence at Verizon for months likely leading to it struggling to be a big hit. I can’t imagine that AT&T customers who were interested aren’t going to just skip this phone completely and go with another option that is readily available at their local AT&T store.


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Watch: HTC Takes Us on a Tour of the HTC 10

While we woke up early expecting to watch a livestream unveiling of the all-new HTC 10, HTC had something a bit less exciting in mind. Instead of a normal unveiling event as one might expect from a smartphone company looking to hype their latest and greatest piece of tech, HTC posted all of the 10’s details to its website, as well as a couple of introduction videos on YouTube. That’s it. Nothing fancy. Here’s our new phone, take it or leave it. One could argue that HTC could have used the livestream hype to build publicity around the new phone, but maybe HTC doesn’t care about getting as many people as possible excited about the 10. Oh well.

The HTC 10 features a 5.2″ QHD LCD display, Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, 12MP rear-facing camera with OIS, 5MP front-facing camera, 3,000mAh battery, BoomSound Hi-Fi Edition, USB Type-C, 32GB/64GB storage configurations in addition to microSD support, and runs Android 6.0+ with Sense 8 built on top.

To help acquaint you to the phone, HTC’s Nigel Newby-House takes us on an in-depth hardware and software tour in a 10 minute-long video posted to YouTube. We get to see the phone’s minimalistic design and build, as well as what software improvements HTC has made over the One M9. In the video, HTC’s die-hard fan club also get to describe their first reactions to the phone, with one fan claiming, “I thought it was really pretty.”

Below, get your fill of the HTC 10, available for pre-order starting today.



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HTC Announces the HTC 10, Available for Pre-Order at $699

This morning, HTC went ahead and announced the HTC 10. The phone, is a lot of what we expected, but probably in a good way. HTC seems to have done a lot of good with the HTC 10, even if they made the phone official without any sort of press event. 

So what is there to know? Well, you can see the full specs here, but they look something like this: 5.2-inch QHD LCD display, 4GB RAM, 32/64GB storage with microSD slot, Snapdragon 820 processor, 12MP UltraPixel rear camera (f/1.8, 1.55um), full-metal body, fingerprint sensor, USB Type-C, BoomSound speakers, and Android 6.0 under HTC’s newest Sense skin.

HTC is really pushing the new design, which they say they created through customer feedback. The phone supports hi-res audio as well, is said to launch apps faster than any phone, and has a new “Freestyle” home page layout that really gives you control over your phone without the typical grid.

HTC will sell the HTC 10 at Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile, but you can buy an unlocked model directly from them that works on T-Mobile and AT&T.

The HTC 10 is available for pre-order right now at htc.com, but won’t arrive until May. If you want to pre-order, you are looking at a price of $699.

Press Release


Power of 10: HTC’s engineering excellence delivers obsessive craftsmanship, unparalleled performance and imaging leadership

Seattle – April 12, 2016 – HTC has today unveiled what it has been working on behind closed doors for the last 12 months with the launch of its latest smartphone. With customer feedback an integral part of the development process combined with an obsessive attention to detail, the HTC 10 delivers everything that you would want from a flagship device.

Playing to the Power of 10 – symbolizing greatness and independence but also that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts – this newest addition to the HTC phone family combines a world-class camera with gold-standard audio, bold new metal unibody design and unparalleled performance.

Designed to Perfection

Inspired by light and sculpted to perfection, the HTC 10 employs a new approach to design where bold contours are carved out of solid metal. Capturing the light beautifully, the chamfered edges boast a slimmer, more slender look with its full-glass front merging seamlessly into the metal body.

Passionate about the small details, it’s not just the materials that come under scrutiny when we create a new handset. With the HTC 10, our design teams worked tirelessly to build a phone where even the power button has been beautifully crafted, where the speakers deliver a sleeker look and better sound quality and where the fingerprint sensor recognizes your finger from almost any angle.

It is also important that we got the build absolutely right. Mercilessly engineered to handle everyday knocks, bumps and scratches, the HTC 10 was subjected to over 168 hours of extreme temperature tests, ranging from a freezing -20’C to a scorching 60’C; and over 10,000 drop, bend, scratch and corrosion tests.

World-class camera!

With HTC 10 we’ve delivered what we believe to be the best smartphone camera available on the market today. With the world’s first optically stabilized, larger aperture f/1.8 lenses on both the front and rear cameras, new larger sensors, 12 million of our new generation UltraPixels (1.55um per pixel), faster laser autofocus powering the main camera and a wide angle lens and screen flash on the front UltraSelfieTM camera, this smartphone delivers brilliantly sharp, low light and high-resolution photos whether behind or in front of the lens.

With the camera designed to launch in as little as 0.6 seconds, and a 2nd generation laser autofocus that gives you focused shots faster, it’s quick enough to even work in burst mode. All the settings are also conveniently located at your fingertips with Pro Mode still offering advanced options for more experienced photographers, including RAW format functionality.

Boasting a DxOMark score of 88*, this is one of the highest camera quality scores of any smartphone to date and is the result of tens of thousands of hours spent fine tuning each element to deliver world-class photos and videos.

Best in sight, best in sound

But it’s not just the imaging that puts this smartphone at the top of its game – the HTC 10 combines vivid 4K video with the world’s first stereo, 24-bit, Hi-Res audio recording – capturing 256 times more detail than standard recordings across twice the frequency range and enabling you to bring to life your recorded content as if you were actually there in person.

Built for audiophiles, the HTC 10 is certified for Hi-Res audio and has been designed to make music sound the way that the artist intended. A headphone amp that delivers two times the power of a conventional headphone amp, the ability to upscale from 16-bit to 24-bit audio and high performance digital to analogue conversion combine beautifully to produce ten times lower distortion than other devices on the market, delivering an all round audio performance that cannot be beaten.

Everyone hears things differently, which is why the HTC 10’s all-new Personal Audio Profile system enhances your audio experience even further. By creating a unique profile that is tuned to your individual hearing, it dynamically adjusts specific sound frequencies to each ear, allowing you to hear music the way that the artist intended. Re-engineered HTC BoomSound™ Hi-Fi edition speakers feature the same separated tweeter and woofer design as leading acoustic systems and combine with a dedicated amplifier on each speaker, adding to the experience and delivering sound clarity unprecedented on a smartphone.

Performance at its Best

Whilst the HTC 10 nails it on the hardware, we have also delivered what we believe to be best-in-class software by focusing on getting the fundamentals right. With apps that launch twice as fast and that perform to the highest standard and a next generation quad HD display that is 30% more colourful, creating a true cinematic feel, and that is 50% more responsive to touch than its predecessor, even the smallest and fastest of finger movements track perfectly.

This attention to detail doesn’t stop there! With security high on people’s agendas, we have created a fingerprint scanner, which unlocks in a lightning fast 0.2 seconds and which has been algorithmically designed to recognise you faster and more accurately over time.

Engineered from the inside out to last longer, the HTC 10 boasts the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with enhanced 4G LTE. Each device also comes with Boost+ which is designed to make your phone faster, to consume less power and to provide effective security and applications management features. This includes smart boost, which automatically optimizes your memory; a game battery booster, which uses less battery during gameplay; and a new PowerBotics system, which auto detects and shuts down apps that use excessive power – improving battery life by 30% and delivering up to two days charge.

Not only does Boost+ optimize performance, making it easier to launch apps, but its App Lock function also adds a new layer of security by enabling you to lock any app you choose, whilst App Manager provides an instant fix for when an app isn’t behaving.

The HTC 10 also includes the latest in-box quick charge 3.0 Rapid Charger with improved thermal management that can charge the battery up to 50% in just 30 minutes – ideal for people who find their phone running low on juice before the end of the working day.

Controlled by You!

By reducing the number of duplicative and pre-loaded apps and bloatware and integrating the best of both HTC and Google, we have created a more streamlined phone that enables you to decide what you want on your handset.

With HTC’s specially created new Freestyle Layout, you no longer have an on-screen grid that dictates the layout. Instead you can get creative by dragging icons, stickers and widgets anywhere you like. Layer them, group them, link stickers to apps or get rid of screen icons altogether, the choice is yours.

The latest version of HTC Themes also provides you with access to thousands of professional looking themes that each come with their own icons, backgrounds and sounds so you can customize your phone based on your own personal style.

Accessories and availability

To further streamline your experience, the HTC 10 offers an all-new Ice View case with a semi-transparent and highly versatile single front-cover case. So when that next call or message comes in, when you need to skip a track or snap that perfect shot, you can do it without opening your smartphone’s case. It’s simplicity without sacrificing protection.

The HTC 10 will come in two variants with different Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors to cater for different market needs. They will both offer the same design, audio, camera and display, with a similar software experience and battery life. In the U.S., the HTC 10 will come with the Snapdragon 820 processor.

In the U.S., HTC 10 will be available across multiple wireless providers including Verizon Wireless, Sprint and T-Mobile, which will announce colors, availability and pricing. In addition, HTC will be offering an Unlocked edition on www.HTC.com, which will be compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile networks and will be available for pre-orders beginning today, April 12, with shipping in early May. The Unlocked edition from HTC.com comes in Glacier Silver and Carbon Gray, and costs $699. It also comes with UH OH Protection, which includes one replacement at no charge within the first 12 months of ownership for a cracked screen or water damage.

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HTC 10 Specs (Official)

What did HTC put in the HTC 10 to make it a phone worth considering? Quite a bit actually. The phone features all of the specs you hope to see from a 2016 flagship, like a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, 4GB RAM, microSD slot, 12MP camera with f/1.8 lens and 1.55 micron pixels, the ultimate selfie camera, a metal body, fast fingerprint scanner, 3000mAh battery with quick charging, USB Type-C port, and Android Marshmallow.

See, it’s sort of got it all. Is all of that enough to help HTC return to smartphone glory? Well, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge still exist, so it isn’t going to be easy. So far, though, HTC seems to be doing the right things with the 10.

More to come! 

HTC 10 Specs (official)

Display 5.2-inch, Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels), super LCD 5
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 820
Software Android 6.0 with HTC Sense
Storage 32GB/64GB storage expandable up to 2TB via microSD
Camera Rear: 12MP (HTC UltraPixel 2), laser autofocus, Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), f/1.8 aperture, Pro mode, Auto-HDR, Zoe Capture, hyperlapse, 12X Slow motion mode, 4K video recording with Hi-Res Audio
Front: 5MP, autofocus, Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), f/1.8 aperture with ultra wide-angle lens, Live Makeup, Auto-HDR
Sound HTC BoomSound Hi-Fi Edition, Dolby Audio, Personal Audio Profile, Hi-Res Audio Certified, Hi-Res Audio Earphones, Three microphones with noise cancellation, Hi-Res Audio Stereo Recording
Other USB Type-C, Nano SIM, Fingerprint Sensor, Sensor Hub
Connectivity NFC, BT 4.2, Wi-Fi@: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 & 5 GHz)
Battery 3000mAh
Quick Charge 3.0 with cool charge
Up to 50% charge in 30 min
Colors Carbon Grey, Glacier Silver, Topaz Gold, Camellia Red
Network 2G/2.5G - GSM/GPRS/EDGE
850/900/1800/1900 MHz
CDMA: 800/1900 with EVDO Rev A
850/AWS/900/1900/2100 MHz
4G LTE (up to 450Mbps)
FDD: Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 12, 13, 17, 20, 28, 29, 30
Support Cat 9 LTE, download up to 450 Mbps, upload up to 50 Mbps

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