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  • Samsung Gear VR 2016 Review
    The company has a new Gear VR ready to go, releasing the new Galaxy Note 7 alongside the 2016 edition of the Gear VR. More than just compatibility with the Note 7, Samsung promises upgrades...

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  • Samsung Gear 360 vs LG 360 Cam: comparison
    Two cameras have appeared at almost the same time, aiming to change all that: the LG 360 Cam and Samsung’s Gear 360. Both capture 360-degree videos and photos via a dual-lens camera system, with both lenses capturing more than 180° field of view. Are these first consumer-centric 360° cameras good enough right now?

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5
    As the latest handset in an iconic series, the new Note 7 has a lot to measure up to, and the phone's success is going to be measured as much on what it offers itself as what it can do to directly improve upon last year's Note 5...

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
    With the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7, such curves are really going mainstream, as the manufacturer abandons the flat-screen look of years past in favor of a curves-or-nothing approach. And while this is a big step for Samsung, it's not one the company's taking without a lot of practice, drawing upon its experience with models like this year's Galaxy S7 edge.

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs Apple iPhone 6s Plus
    Put against the newly-announced Note 7, the iPhone 6s Plus has the unenviable task of holding the front until Apple gets around to refreshing on its own recipe come in just a month's or so time. Let's see if it stands a chance.

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Review
    Wait, what? Why Note 7 and not Note 6? Easy: This year, Samsung is willing to align its S and Note lines better, so it's missing the “Note 6” and jumping straight to calling it Note 7. But, if this is going to give you peace of mind, if we count the Note Edge, then the Note 7 is actually the seventh Note in the series, so the name is indeed fitting.

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  • Xiaomi Redmi 3S Review
    Low-cost Chinese smartphone vendor Xiaomi is at it again, presenting the latest addition to its Redmi line-up of affordable devices, the Redmi 3S. Priced somewhere between $100 – $160 in China, the handset aims to up people's expectations for affordable phones...

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  • Alcatel Idol 4S Review
    With the new Idol 4S, Alcatel gives us a $400 smartphone that's well built, offers competitive performance, and can hook shoppers up with extras like the custom-designed VR headset it comes contained in...

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  • Samsung Gear Fit 2 fitness band Review
    The fitness tracker's refresh in the Gear Fit 2 doesn't enjoy a relatively free reign of the crowded market. With competition mounting, Samsung better have come up with some worthwhile improvements over the past two years and a half.

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  • Samsung Gear IconX wireless earphones Review
    The Samsung Gear IconX, in a nutshell, is a set of wireless earbuds with exercise tracking abilities. Yes, they're completely wireless – as in no cables whatsoever connect to the earphones at any time...

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  • Moto Z Force Droid vs Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
    We've already taken a look at how the Moto Z Force Droid Edition measures up against Apple's iOS heavyweight, last year's iPhone 6s Plus, and now we're eager to see how the modular smartphone similarly compares to Samsung's early-2016 effort, the Galaxy S7 edge.

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  • Moto Z Force Droid vs Apple iPhone 6s Plus
    We've already looked at how the Moto Z Droid stacks up against the Moto Z Force Droid, but how does big brother there compare to other “upgraded” flagships? We've been taking a look at both the Moto Z Force Droid and the iPhone 6s Plus in the hopes of forming some conclusions.

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  • Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid Review
    In the States, the Moto Z series is debuting as a Verizon exclusive, with the carrier picking up both the Moto Z Droid and the Moto Z Force Droid. Together, they represent some of the most ambitious smartphones we've seen under the Motorola brand in some time...

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  • Moto G4 and G4 Plus Review
    We've been spending some time with two of the three new Moto G4 models, the standard Moto G4 itself and the higher-end Moto G4 Plus. Is this family still a smart choice for smartphone shoppers looking to keep costs low?...

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  • Sony Xperia XA Ultra Review
    Say hello to the Sony Xperia XA Ultra—the last of the X line to stumble upon our doorstep. It's a gigantic 6-incher, encased within a metal frame, with a pronounced, high-resolution selfie camera with flash, and featuring some pretty decent hardware underneath...

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  • LG 360 VR Review
    Headsets, such as the LG 360 VR. Priced at $199 in the United States, and with a rather underwhelming initial showing during MWC 2016, we were curious to see if the final product is worth the price tag...

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  • Huawei MateBook Review
    Huawei's already been making a name for itself with some well-received phones; is it time for the manufacturer to make similar waves in the 2-in-1 tablet space? We've spent the last few weeks with the MateBook in the hopes of finding out.

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  • Sony Xperia XA Review
    The Sony Xperia XA is a new and affordable 5-inch Android phone that aims to win your attention with its eye-catchy looks and futuristic, edge-to-edge display…

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  • Sony Xperia X Performance vs Samsung Galaxy S7
    We pit Sony's seasonal flagship, the 5” Xperia X Performance, with its Snapdragon 820 chip, against the Galaxy S7 from Samsung, with a 5.1” display, and the same chipset in the US.

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  • Sony Xperia X Performance vs Apple iPhone 6s
    We already put the standard Xperia X up against Apple's reigning flagship, and now we're giving the same treatment to the Xperia X Performance, as it goes head-to-head with the iPhone 6s...

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  • Meizu Pro 6 Review
    From hardware design, to functionality, to the heavily modified Android-based platform, the Pro 6 is a smartphone that feels like it was created from a singular vision intent on capturing some of that iPhone magic by following as close in Apple's footsteps as humanly possible...

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  • Sony Xperia E5 Review
    The Xperia E5 seems stronger than ever, with significantly better hardware compared to its predecessor in essentially every area: design, display, power-crunching, and even imaging. On paper, it's a worthy successor...

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  • Sony Xperia X Performance Review
    While last year may have left you wondering if the Z5 or the Z5 Premium was supposed to be the real flagship, in 2016 there's an unmistakable king of Sony's smartphone mountain, in the form of the Xperia X Performance...

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  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Lens Cover Review
    If you’re serious about taking pictures on your phone, chances are that there are two things that are holding you back: a great flash and lenses…

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  • Sony Xperia X vs Apple iPhone 6s
    We pit the new 5” Xperia X midrange champ from Sony against Apple's iPhone 6s to determine if the small difference in price has been a wise decision on Sony's part.

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  • OnePlus 3 Review
    Is it time to start taking OnePlus seriously? With a massive launch on day one with availability in 31 countries across the globe and fast shipping, the OnePlus 3 means business…

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  • Samsung Galaxy J5 (2016) Review
    Can the new Galaxy J5 (2016) convince you to pick it up instead of a comparably priced handset by other brands? Well, we'll have to see about that!...

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  • Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) Review
    The Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016 edition, aka J7 6) represents the new generation of affordable Samsung phones: with a stylish look, a sturdy metal frame, and even with a few premium features…

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  • Samsung Galaxy S7 active Review
    Samsung's ruggedized cousin to its flagship Galaxy S smartphone has more to prove this year than ever. With the Galaxy S7 returning to a water-resistant body and picking up a larger 3,000 mAh battery, is there still a market for a separate Galaxy S7 active?...

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  • Sony Xperia X vs Sony Xperia Z5
    In a highly visible attempt to swing its fortunes for the better, Sony recently made the decision to discontinue its flagship Xperia Z-series and transition to a bit less-exclusive Xperia X branding for its higher-ends. The eponymous Xperia X was our first handshake with this new lineup, but keep in mind that the upcoming Xperia X Performance is the higher-end device that is likely meant to supersede the Z5.

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