Top benchmark site AnTuTu announced the top 10 smartphones in terms of performance for 2015, and the iPhone 6S destroyed the competition. It beat out the Huawei Mate 8, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, the Nexus 6P, and others by a wide margin.
After the Moto by Lenovo announcement, Motorola has been on a spree denying rumors and rehashing information on the future of the company. Earlier today, the company said the Moto G and Moto E will still be available in 2016.
Google chief executive Sundar Pichai has announced Google I/O will take place on May 18 to May 20, and will take place at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, a change from the usual Moscone Center.
ZTE's next flagship might be the Z11. It's expected to carry premium specs and new leaks show it with a bezel-less display and a dual-camera setup on the back. The device may launch in China and America at the same time.
Holding out for future devices running Blackberry's operating system? Don't hold your breath, as 2016 will only see more Android phones from the company. Blackberry 10 will still receive updates in the form of security patches.
Apple scoffs at a rumor that it will build an iOS to Android migration tool. The company dismissed an earlier report from the Telegraph that said European telecoms had pressured the company into creating the tool.
Xiaomi has announced the Redmi 3, an all-metal smartphone with a 4100mAh battery and octa-core processor for just over $100. The phone will be available in China starting this week, and we expect more countries are on the roadmap.
Lenovo's head of mobile Chen Xudong has revealed Google is on track to launch Play services in China this year, five years after leaving the country due to government censorship. It is the second confirmation of Google re-entering the…