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Letv's Le Max Pro is a gleeful glimpse of the super phones coming this year

The first smartphone to house the Snapdragon 820 super processor has been announced. It's the Le Max Pro, and it's a strong calling card for Chinese company Letv to signal its imminent arrival in the U.S. during 2016.

Tylt’s new battery packs and chargers will ensure you’re never without juice

Tylt, the company behind countless aftermarket batteries and Qi-compatible wireless chargers, has revealed its next generation of products at CES 2016. The fast-charging Vu 2.0 dock and others will launch in Q2.

This smartphone's wacky 360-degree camera may change the way you take photos

Smartphone company Yezz has come up with the Sfera, a wacky smartphone that has a camera capable of taking 360-degree photos and video, which can be viewed on the phone or with Google Cardboard.

Bring window support to Android with Remix OS, available for free on January 12

If you like Android but wish it was a little more productive, consider taking a look at Remix OS. Set to become freely available on January 12, the Android based system offers multi-window app support and access to Google's Play Store.

Lenovo's $200 Vibe S1 Lite is a cheaper version of its big brother

Lenovo will launch the Vibe S1 Lite, a low-cost alternative to its S1 flagship, in Europe and Asia later this year. It sports a "selfie-enhancing" front-facing camera flash.

Thanks to Windows Continuum, the Acer Liquid Jade Primo is worth a try

Acer's Windows 10 smartphone, the Liquid Jade Primo, is ready to go on sale. We got a chance to play with the phone, and try out the headline Windows Continuum feature ahead of its February international release.

Get Schwifty! Pokemon-inspired Pocket Mortys coming to iOS and Android on January 14

Tiding fans over until the season three premiere, Adult Swim Games announced a Pokemon-inspired game based on the popular cartoon Rick and Morty, coming to iOS and Android platforms on January 14.

Freetel is bringing its Japanese-designed phones to the US

Freetel is a Japanese-phone manufacturer that has been around since 2013. The company offers sleek, budget Android-powered phones and is planning to bring its devices to North America.

Android Marshmallow under one-percent adoption, KitKat and Lollipop take the majority

Android Marshmallow has been available for two months, but still has less than one-percent adoption, while Lollipop and KitKat take the majority share of the mobile platform. Jelly Bean comes in third with its three versions.