BlackBerry's new DTEK50 may be the world's most secure Android smartphone, as the company claims, but there's no real indication of when it will reach our shores.
Remix, the Android OS that works on desktop computers in a similar way to Windows, yet gives full Android app compatibility (including MS Office), is now based on Marshmallow.
Crafted to look like a flagship smartphone with its metal unibody, the HTC One X9 offers some high-end features while omitting others like a fingerprint reader or HTC’s Ultrapbixel-Equipped camera.
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