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LG G6 Will Be Unveiled February 26

LG has distributed invites for a February 26 event that's expected to include the introduction of its G6 smartphone. The invite focuses on the fact that the handset comes with a wider viewing area. LG previously confirmed the G6 would include a QHD+ display.

Android One Phones Reportedly Headed To US

Inexpensive handsets from Google's Android One program are reportedly going to be released in the United States. The Information reports the program is soon going to include the US. It previously expanded beyond India to reach Spain, Portugal, and some parts of Africa.

OnePlus Now Rolling Out OxygenOS 4.0.2

Following numerous complaints about releasing an unfinished version of Nougat update for OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T smartphones, the company has just announced it has started the incremental rollout of OxygenOS 4.0.2 update to the two flagship smartphones.

LG Also Patents Its Foldable Phone-Tablet Hybrid

Following Microsoft and Samsung, LG has also filed another patent for a foldable phone that pretty much works the same as Microsoft's device. The phone can transform into a tablet, so you can use it as a tablet in Landscape mode. The patent documents reveal that the phone will

HTC One A9 Receives Android 7.0 Nougat

Android 7.0 Nougat is rolling out to unlocked HTC One A9 units. This is a big update for the phone and is likely to be its last. The One A9 was released in October 2015, so it's unlikely future Android generations will be available on the relatively old device.

LeEco Adds TVs, Phones To Amazon

LeEco's expansion into the US consumer market continues to grow. The Chinese company brought a couple products to Target retail stores earlier this month and now it has placed products on Amazon. US customers can purchase phones like the Le Pro 3 and a range of 4K TV models.

Xiaomi Preparing More Powerful Version Of Mi Mix

Xiaomi's bezel-less smartphone, the Mi Mix, has been very popular since its release. Every new flash sale ends in seconds and Xiaomi wants to continue that trend with a new version of the handset. According to benchmarking website Geekbench, the new model is called Xiaomi Mi Mix.