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  • Motorola Moto E4 Review
    This year, we see the return of a low-cost performer – now in its 4th generation – dubbed the Moto E4. The question is: has the company done enough with the E series to move the brand along while also executing on its own standard of entry-level value?

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  • Motorola Moto E4 Plus Review
    With the introduction of this year's Moto E4, Motorola added a Plus variant, with a higher-resolution camera sensor and a massive, 5,000 mAh battery. It seems that, for the first time in the line's existence, it may have its own heavy-hitter all while not breaking the bank. Let's take a closer look at it and see what it's about.

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  • Apple iPad Pro 12.9 Review
    Now it's time for the biggest iPad around to get a much appreciated upgrade, as Apple re-works the 12.9-inch iPad Pro with an updated screen, new processor, more powerful camera, and more...

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  • Apple iPad Pro 10.5 Review
    With this new screen size, is the 10.5-inch iPad Pro a good trade-off between the portability of the now-discontinued 9.7-inch iPad Pro and the sheer bulk of the 12.9-inch headlining model? Let's take a look.

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  • OnePlus 5 Review
    It is the company’s best and the company’s most controversial phone. Also, it’s the only one it makes, OnePlus’ all-or-nothing bet. How has it worked out? We have been living with the OnePlus 5 for a while and we’re eager to share our experience.

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  • Huawei P10 Plus Review
    For a few weeks now, we've been carrying around the P10's big brother, the P10 Plus. With a bigger, higher-res screen, changes to its dual-camera system, and higher-end memory and storage options, the P10 Plus should be a real upgrade over its smaller sibling.

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  • Sony Xperia Touch Android projector Review
    Summarized in one sentence, the Xperia Touch is essentially a portable, Android-powered short-throw projector which can also detect a user’s touch (hence the name). It can project a virtual screen on both horizontal and vertical surfaces...

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  • Nokia 3310 Review
    The famed Nokia 3310 is back, and the hype around it is real. We here at PhoneArena don't have the habit of reviewing feature phones, especially in such a low price range (between $60 and $70 in Europe), but for the successor of one of the most iconic devices in history, we had to make an exception...

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  • Samsung Level On Pro wireless headphones review
    One of the most popular accessories we see users pick up is a nice pair of headphones. And though you can pick up an excellent pair for not a lot of cash, sometimes it's worth paying a bit more for a real tricked-out set. That's just the outlook we're trying on as we check out one of Samsung's high-end options, the noise-canceling Level On Wireless Pro.

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  • Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 Review
    The latest representative of the low end rugged Xcover line is the Xcover 4. Today we're taking a closer look at this quirky beast.

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  • HTC U11 Review
    Does HTC's U11 prove to be a worthy successor to one of the most loved smartphone lineages around? You're about to find out.

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  • LG Tone Studio Review: a wearable speaker
    LG, not content with what is currently on the market, has been doing a lot of experimenting with its audio products lately. Whether this is a good or bad thing is a debate we won’t be getting into today – instead, we’ll be taking a look at one of the company’s latest and most interesting offerings: the LG Tone Studio.

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  • Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra Review
    Once again, Sony has unleashed a monster upon the world, this time around called the Xperia XA1 Ultra. It’s the bigger sibling to the XA1, packing most of the same hardware in a larger form factor, with a couple of improvements.

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  • Sony Xperia XZ Premium Review
    With the XZ Premium, Sony promises unparalleled experience thanks to its revolutionary camera tech, excellent 5.5-inch 4K display and Qualcomm's latest silicon – the Snapdragon 835. Let's see if it delivers.

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  • Sony Xperia XA1 Review
    On paper, the Xperia XA1 that we are taking for a spin is a fine upgrade over its XA predecessor, with a better camera, faster chipset, USB-C and more memory.

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  • Huawei P10 Lite Review
    This year, Huawei is aiming to entice budget-conscious consumers with the P10 Lite. To do that, the China-based manufacturer has chosen to equip the P10 Lite with a mid-range processor and a single 12MP shooter at the back, thus slashing the price to around $350...

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8 vs OnePlus 3T
    Can a $440 phone from 2016 beat the nearly twice as expensive Galaxy S8? Despite lacking an ‘infinity display’, the OnePlus 3T brings a lot to the table…

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs Galaxy Note 5
    We have to ask — how does the 18-month-old Note 5 fare against the brand-new, futuristic-looking Galaxy S8+?

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  • Samsung DeX review: the S8 won't replace your desktop PC
    The premise is simple: the Samsung DeX Station is a relatively small, puck-shaped piece of plastic, which, when opened up, becomes a dock for the Galaxy S8 or S8+. This dock can be hooked up to a monitor, mouse, and keyboard, in order to ultimately become one of the most full-featured desktop experiences a smartphone can currently offer.

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  • Sony Xperia XZs Review
    The Xperia XZs uses almost exactly the same body design, and almost the same internals with some small, but significant differences from the XZ. Let's see what they are.

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  • BlackBerry KEYone Review
    The KEYone is just so different from every other smartphone out there on the market that it takes a little while to appreciate all that it has to offer. Let's examine it closely!

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  • Motorola Moto G5 Review
    The Moto G5 is a much different phone than the Moto G5 Plus: it makes a lot more compromises and is not officially sold in the United States…

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  • Samsung Gear VR with Controller Review
    Does Samsung's new Controller fit in well with its established Gear VR ecosystem, or does this feel more like a case of shamelessly copying Google? Let's check out Samsung's new Gear VR with Controller.

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8 vs LG G6
    2017 will likely go down in smartphone history as the year when the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the LG G6 seriously disturbed the waters with their arrival, marking a paradigm shift for smartphone design. They are flashy, they look cool, they have top-end internals, and they reside in one and the same segment. Thus, a clash between those two South Korean entrants is inevitable. Which one will end up on top, waving the flag of victory? Let's try to find out!

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Google Pixel
    Samsung’s futuristic full-screen Galaxy S8 sets a new design standard for phones, but can it beat the smooth performance and camera excellence of the Pixel?

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  • Samsung Gear 360 (2017) Review
    Samsung's back to the drawing board with a new Gear 360. Is this revised camera a step in the right direction? Has Samsung fixed some of the issues we had with the first-gen Gear 360?

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs S7 Edge
    It does not take much to understand what makes the Galaxy S8+ special. The moment you see that nearly bezel-less screen, your most likely reaction will be a simple ‘wow!’…

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Galaxy S7
    You can see the progress in the Galaxy S8 without even using it: it’s got that lush new bezel-less screen. But what about the performance, the camera and battery life?…

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Apple iPhone 7
    Apple's iPhone 7 goes against the Galaxy S8, in a battle of the 12 MP cameras and snazzy chipsets...

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8+ vs Apple iPhone 7 Plus
    We pit the best of the best in phablet fashion from the world's top phone makers – the 6.2” Galaxy S8+, against the 5.5” iPhone 7 Plus.

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  • Alcatel Idol 5S
    Succeeding the Alcatel Idol 4 from 2016, the Idol 5S is built around an aluminum frame, and seems to be a nice mid-range smartphone. Running Android 7.1 Nougat, the device features a 5.2-inch 1080p display, dual front-facing speakers for stereo sound, fingerprint sensor, an 8 MP front-facing camera, and a 12 MP rear camera. The Idol 5S is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, further offering 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of expandable internal memory, and a 2620 mAh battery.
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  • Alcatel A30 Plus
    The Alcatel A30 Plus is a larger version of the A30 that Alcatel released earlier this year, sporting a 5.5-inch 720p display and packing a 3,000 mAh battery. The phone runs Android 7.0 Nougat and is powered by a quad-core MediaTek MTK6738 processor. Also on board are LTE, 5 MP and 13 MP cameras (front and rear), 2 GB of RAM and16 GB of expandable storage space.
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  • Alcatel A50
    The Alcatel A50 runs Android 7.0 Nougat, and is offered unlocked for $149.99. The handset sports a 5.2-inch 720p display, and is powered by a quad-core MediaTek MTK6738 processor clocked at 1.5 GHz. Also on board are LTE, 5 MP and 13 MP cameras (front and rear), 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of expandable storage space, and a 2800 mAh battery.
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  • Google Pixel 2
    The Pixel launched in late 2016 as the first smartphone made by Google. Less than a year later, we're now hearing rumors about a successor, possibly named Pixel 2, scheduled to launch in time for the release of the next major Android update. It is believed that Google's next Pixel phone will have a taller AMOLED screen surrounded by minimal bezels. Under the hood we're likely to see top-notch hardware by Qualcomm, likely the Snapdragon 835 chip, along with plenty of memory. And on the software side, Android O will most certainly be pre-loaded in a lightweight, clutter-free form.
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  • General Mobile GM6
    The General Mobile GM6 is a mid-range device with Android 7.0. It features a 5" 720p display, 1.5 GHz quad core CPU, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB ROM, microSD slot, 13 MP rear camera and a 8 MP front one for video calls.
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  • Verykool Maverick Pro SL5560
    The Verykool Maverick Pro SL5560 is a lower mid-range device with Android 6.0. It features a 5.5" 720p display, 1.3 GHz quad core CPU, 1 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM, microSD slot, 13 MP rear camera and a 8 MP front one for video calls. The phone has 2 SIM card slots.
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  • OnePlus 5
    Like previous OnePlus smartphones, the OnePlus 5 aims to deliver a flagship smartphone experience at a competitive price. It combines tons of memory and the best Snapdragon chip currently available with Google's latest Android version further optimized by OnePlus itself. But the biggest highlight of the OnePlus 5 is its dual camera, allowing you to zoom in without dramatic loss in quality. It also comes with an iPhone-like portrait mode, with background blur for subject emphasis. But with a price between $480 and $540, the OnePlus 5 is also the company's most expensive phone so far.
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  • LG G6+
    The LG G6+ differs from the original flagship model only with its 128 GB of internal flash storage, and with a wireless charging feature (“in some countries”), which was previously available only in the US version of the smartphone, equipped with 64 GB storage. The new LG G6+ also comes with high quality earphones from B&O PLAY.
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  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2017)
    The Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2017) is expected to be a new mid-range slate. Some of its specs include Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory. The tablet will sport an 8-inch display with HD (1280 x 800 pixels) resolution. Also, the slate is supposed to feature an 8-megapixel primary camera and a secondary 5-megapixel selfie shooter on the front side.
  • LG V30
    LG's V-series of Android smartphones are made for enthusiasts demanding top-notch specs and stand-out features. The LG V30, rumored to be the next phone in the lineup, is expected to follow that theme. Just like its predecessor, the LG V30 should sport a large display at the front and a pair of cameras at the back, while Qualcomm's latest system chip will be on the inside along with plenty of memory. Curiously, the phone will use an OLED screen, unlike most other LG phones which rely on LCD display tech. Rumor has it that the phone will be made of glass and metal and should support wireless charging.
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  • LG Exalt LTE
    The LG Exalt LTE sports a 3-inch internal display with 240 x 400 pixels, and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor clocked at 1.1 GHz. In addition to LTE, the handset features Wi-Fi, support for HD voice, Bluetooth 4.1, an integrated text-to-speech function, and a 5 MP camera with 720p video recording. Moreover, users will find a 1,470 mAh battery on board, as well as 8 GB of internal memory, plus a microSD card slot (for cards up to 32 GB).
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  • General Mobile GM5 Plus
    The General Mobile GM5 Plus is a mid-range device with Android 7.1. It features a 5.5" 1080p display, 1.5 GHz octa core CPU, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB ROM, but lacks a microSD expansion slot, and has two 13 MP cameras - one on the back and one on the front.
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  • Videocon Zest V35FC
    The Videocon Zest V35FC is a basic smartphone with Android 4.4. Its specs are nothing to write home about - 3.5" 320 x 480 px display, 1 GHz processor, and 0.3 MP rear camera, along with 0.3 MP front one. Dual SIM card support is on board as well.
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  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Max
    The Samsung Galaxy J7 Max sports a 5.7-inch IPS 1080p display, MediaTek Helio P20 chipset with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage. The phone has two 13-megapixel cameras - one on the back and one at the front (both with LED flashes). A 3,300mAh battery keeps the lights on. Android Nougat is on board.
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  • Videocon Zest 1
    The Videocon Zest 1 is a basic smartphone with Android 4.4. Its specs are nothing to write home about - 3.5" 320 x 480 px display, 1 GHz processor, and 0.3 MP rear camera, along with 0.3 MP front one. Dual SIM card support is on board as well.
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  • ZTE Axon 8
    The ZTE Axon 8 is expected to feature a 5.5-inch QHD display that has 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution. Under the hood, the phone will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 2.1 GHz quad-core processor, 4GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. A 12-megapixel autofocus camera and a LED flash is expected on phones rear panel.
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  • Videocon Zest V35DC
    The Videocon Zest V35DC is a basic smartphone with Android 4.4. Its specs are nothing to write home about - 3.5" 320 x 480 px display, 1 GHz processor, and 0.3 MP rear camera, and a 0.3 MP front one. Dual SIM card support is on board as well.
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  • Motorola Moto E4 Plus
    The Moto E4 Plus sports a 5.5-inch 720p display, and packs a pretty big 5000 mAh battery - thus, it's larger than the regular E4, measuring 155 x 77.5 x 9.55 mm. According to Motorola, the battery of the E4 Plus can "go for 2 days" without recharging. Like its smaller brother, the E4 Plus is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 427 processor aided by 2 GB of RAM, though it will have variants with 16 GB and 32 GB of storage space. Also on board are a fingerprint sensor, a 13 MP rear camera, and a 5 MP front-facing camera with LED flash.
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  • Videocon Zest V35CB
    The Videocon Zest V35CB is a basic smartphone with Android 4.4. Its specs are nothing to write home about - 3.5" 320 x 480 px display, 1 GHz processor, and 0.3 MP rear camera, along with 0.3 MP front one. Dual SIM card support is on board as well.
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  • Videocon Challenger V40LD
    The Videocon Challenger V40LD is a basic smartphone with Android 4.4. Its specs are nothing to write home about - 4" 480 x 800 px display, 1 GHz processor, and 1.3 MP rear camera, along with 0.3 MP front one. Dual SIM card support is on board as well.
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  • Motorola Moto E4
    The Moto E4 is partially made out of metal and sports a 5-inch 720p display, packs a 2800 mAh battery, and is powered by an quad-core Snapdragon 427 processor (or Snapdragon 425 on some models). The handset has a fingerprint scanner, further offering 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage space, an 8 MP rear camera, and a 5 MP front-facing camera with its own LED flash.
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  • Google Pixel XL 2
    The Google Pixel 2 is rumored to be coming later this year, and the Pixel XL 2 is expected to be a larger version of it. As such, the XL 2 will come with a bigger display, likely one that's taller in proportions, much like the one on the LG G6 or the Galaxy S8+. Under the hood we're hoping to see top-notch hardware by Qualcomm, likely the Snapdragon 835 chip, along with plenty of memory. And on the software side, Android O will most certainly be pre-loaded in a lightweight, clutter-free form.
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  • Honor 9
    The Honor 9 has a dual-camera setup at the back, that consists of one 20MP monochrome sensor and one regular 12MP shooter. This is the exact same setup on the Huawei P10. Other specs include the Kirin 960 chipset paired up with 6GB of RAM. The device ships with the Android 7-based EMUI 5 out of the box.
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  • OPPO R11
    The OPPO R11 sports a 5.5-inch AMOLED Full HD display and comes with Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box. The R11 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, accompanied with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of on-board storage. There is a dual-camera on the back - the primary is 16-megapixel, while the secondary (telephoto one) is 20-megapixel.
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  • Videocon Challenger V40HD
    The Videocon Challenger V40HD is a basic smartphone with Android 4.4.2. Its specs are nothing to write home about - 4" 480 x 800 px display, 1 GHz processor, and 3.2 MP rear camera, along with 0.3 MP front one. Dual SIM card support is on board as well.
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  • Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017)
    The Galaxy J7 (2017) is the most expensive of the J 2017 series, as the phone comes with a 5.5-inch full HD (1080p) display and LTE Cat6 support. The phone is equipped with a similar 1.6GHz octa-core Exynos 7870 processor, 3GB RAM, and 16GB storage. Just like its smaller brother, Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) includes 13-megapixel cameras on the back and front. However, unlike the other two Galaxy J series phones, this one embeds a much bigger 3,600 mAh battery inside.
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  • Videocon Challenger V40UE
    The Videocon Challenger V40UE is a basic smartphone with Android 5.1. Its specs are nothing to write home about - 4" 480 x 800 px display, 1.3 GHz quad core processor, coupled with 512 MB RAM and 8 GB storage, and 3.2 MP rear camera, along with 0.3 MP front one. Dual SIM card support is on board as well.
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  • Videocon Challenger V40DF
    The Videocon Challenger V40DF is a basic smartphone with Android 4.4.2. Its specs are nothing to write home about - 4" 480 x 800 px display, 1.2 GHz quad core processor, and 5 MP rear camera, along with 0.3 MP front one. Dual SIM card support is on board as well.
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  • Videocon Challenger V40CF
    The Videocon Challenger V40CF is a basic smartphone with Android 4.4.2. Its specs are nothing to write home about - 4" 480 x 800 px display, 1.2 GHz quad core processor, and 5 MP rear camera, along with 0.3 MP front one. Dual SIM card support is on board as well.
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  • Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch
    The 12.9-inch iPad Pro is a high-end tablet built for professional use, but it is also perfectly capable of running premium games and playing video in stunning quality. Its centerpiece is a fantastic display with high resolution, wide color support, and HDR video capabilities. Under the hood is Apple's latest A10X system chip, alongside plenty of storage. Features we know from previous iPad Pro models, including Apple Pencil support and quad stereo speakers, are also on board. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro will be updated to iOS 11 in late 2017, which will bring improved multitasking and make the Apple Pencil even more functional.
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  • Copper Nokia 6 to be released in the US in August
    The copper version of the Nokia 6 will be available in the US more than a month after the black and silver models...

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  • LG's new tablet is a tongue twister, but is light enough for those on the go
    LG's new Android powered tablet has a name that doesn't exactly roll off your tongue. The LG G Pad IV 8.0 FHD is an extremely light slate (it weighs about the same as a can of Coke) made for people on the go. At 290 grams, this tablet is light. At 216.2 x 127.0 x 6.9mm, the device is built to fit easily into briefcases and bags. As you can tell from the name of the tablet, the LG G Pad IV 8.0 FHD comes with an 8-inch screen...

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  • New Samsung Galaxy Note 8 CAD leak matches previously posted designs
    Skins manufacturer Slickwraps would figure to be the kind of accessory manufacturer that would get an early heads up on the design of an upcoming handset. The company's CEO, Jonathan Endicott, sent out a tweet this morning showing off a CAD designed image of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The image appears to match a previous sketch of the phablet that was apparently made from a similar CAD leak...

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  • The Gear VR successor's technology revealed, includes eye tracking and hand recognition
    Thanks to Korean firm Visual Camp, we get our first glimpse at a reference variant of the Samsung Exynos VR III head-mounted display..

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  • Samsung lists phone as in stock, but puts it on backorder for the free half of a BOGO deal
    Recently we told you about Samsung's decision to apparently tighten up which phones it would accept on a trade-in deal it has for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+. The original deal required that the trade be in working condition without a cracked or broken display, and be able to hold a charge. That led some to use cheap phones purchased at Walmart as trades...

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  • Moto M2 with 6GB RAM, “cutting edge” MediaTek processor could be launched in Q4
    The sequel to the last year's Moto M will come in two variations based on the amount of memory inside: 4GB RAM and 32GB ROM, as well as 6GB RAM and 64GB ROM. Just like the Moto M, the sequel might be initially launched in China, but Motorola is expected to slowly expand its availability to other countries...

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  • Ming-Chi Kuo: Qualcomm's under-screen fingerprint scanner has speed and accuracy problems
    According to the renowned analyst, the scanner still isn't quick and accurate enough to facilitate an adequate user experience...
  • Apple deciding whether to invest in LG's OLED production?
    Just the other day, we told you that Samsung was committing billions of dollars to build factories that would churn out OLED displays for future iPhone models. But Apple being Apple, the tech titan wants to find another source of OLED panels just in case Samsung's production gets cut off for one reason or another. Having a second source also means that Apple can play each company against each other to obtain better pricing...
  • Sony made this gorgeous hybrid watch to only sell it in Japan
    The Three Hands Square is Sony's latest masterpiece, a clean and attractive hybrid watch that will be available in both color and square designs...

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  • Deal: Save $40 when you buy the Samsung Gear 360 (2017) on Amazon
    Amazon has the new Samsung Gear 360 camera on sale for just $189.36, which means you'll be saving around $40 when you buy it. An 18% discount for a product that's been launched less than two months ago...

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  • OnePlus 5 vs iPhone 7 Plus: Battle of the telephoto lenses
    We have already put OnePlus 5's main camera to the test, but what about the second one? The 20MP telephoto shooter that's actually responsible for all the cool, new stuff and is one of the main selling points of the device? Stick around to find out just how well the OnePlus 5 fares against the iPhone 7 Plus when it comes to optical zoom...

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  • Even more Meizu Pro 7 leaked images show what playing Pac Man on its secondary screen looks like
    With its full-color secondary display, the Pro 7 is going to be notably different from other handsets coming out this year. We certainly don't mind Meizu trying out something different, though we can't help but think that having a secondary screen be a top-model smartphone's single distinguishing feature is a bit gimmicky....

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  • Samsung to release a mini variant of the Galaxy S8, rumor claims
    A Galaxy S8 mini is reportedly coming soon, according to a new rumor...

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  • Take a look at the Moto 360 Camera Mod, already unveiled in Ghana
    Earlier today, at an event in Ghana, West Africa, Motorola introduced its Moto Z handsets, the Moto C and some other models. At the same time, the company introduced the Moto 360 Camera Moto Mod for the Moto Z and Moto Z2 line. As you can tell from the name, this is a camera allowing users to take images and videos for a panoramic view...

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  • Best new Android and iPhone apps (start of July, 2017)
    Hey guys, it's time we visit the app stores again, dig through all the chaff and pick out a few apps that are worth a download.

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  • Sony's TrackID music recognition service is closing down
    Sony users are probably familiar with TrackID. It used to come pre-installed on all Xperia handsets before the current Xperia XZs and Xperia XZ Premium. Now, we know why Sony didn't bother installing it by default – because the service is shutting down on 15 September 2017...

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  • Sony Xperia XZ Premium tutorial: Here's how to enable constant 4K display resolution
    Pssst. Pssst! Got a Sony Xperia XZ Premium? If so, then you're probably awed by its super-crisp 4K display... that's actually downscaling content to Full HD 1080p by default. Yes, as per Sony, "4K (and 4K HDR with 4K HDR content) is used in the Album and Video apps and third party apps with 4K (and 4K HDR) content. Everything else, so homescreen, apps, menus, etc are shown in Full HD."...

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  • Top 10 iPhone 8 features review: predictions by Ming-Chi Kuo
    This year marks the 10th anniversary of the iPhone and we expect Apple to bring a revolutionary redesign to the series with a full-screen device with all-out features: we don't know the official name yet, but let's refer to it as the Apple iPhone 8...

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  • Brawl Stars gets a brand new brawler even before its official release
    Brawl Stars was soft-launched recently, and has yet to be officially released on iOS or Android. Currently, Supercell is focused on ironing out any issues with the game, and this is what the latest update mostly does. However, an unexpected addition is the new brawler – Piper...

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  • OnePlus 5 battery life test results are out: very solid performance, but not quite a 2-day affair
    No smartphone portrait is ever full without a look at battery life. The OnePlus 5 features a 3,300mAh battery running the show, a bit smaller than the 3,400mAh cell on the OnePlus 3T...

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  • The A10X chip in the new iPad Pro is Apple's first 10nm processor
    This year, it seems that the Android flagships didn't enjoy their processor node advantage that long, since a teardown of the new iPad Pro models revealed an A10X chipset inside that is built on TSMC's newest 10nm production method. That's right, instead of a pumped-up A10 still built on last year's 16nm architecture, the new iPad Pro's chipset is printed with the latest-gen 10nm technology, breaking the tradition for Apple, and revealing its first 10nm processor in a commercially available device...

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note Fan Edition vs the old Note 7: Here are the differences
    Like a phoenix from the fiery ashes, the newly-announced Samsung Galaxy Note 7 FE "Fan Edition" is now official, enabling folks feeling nostalgic about the Note 7 to grab a safe variation of the phone. Sort of — only 400,000 units will be ever manufactured, with the majority of these intended for Samsung's home turf, South Korea, and no confirmation that other major markets will be getting a taste of the Note 7 FE yet...

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  • OnePlus 3 and 3T gain new launcher, many optimizations in the latest OxygenOS update
    OxygenOS Open Beta 19 for the OnePlus 3 and Open Beta 10 for the OnePlus 3T have similar changelogs, which means these updates bring the same new features and improvements to both smartphones...

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  • July 4th sale brings big discounts on Apple's iPhone SE
    The iPhone SE is getting hugely discounted for the July 4th celebrations, and you can save up to $280 on the cute little 4-inch iPhone...

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  • So, how about depicting a white iPhone 8? Hajek's new concept images are up to the task
    When it comes to graphics artists that dabble in the murky waters of rendering future phones, there is barely a more prominent name than one Martin Hajek. His designs are usually top-notch not only in terms of 3D-rendering mastery, but also in conveying the main rumors and leaks about an upcoming phone in the most plausible manner...

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  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime might get Android 7.0 Nougat soon
    The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime is among the Korean company's mid-rangers, but it comes with plenty of bang for its buck. Metal body, fingerprint scanner, 2.5D glass, and other features of the kind are all present on this $300 handset. What it lacks is Android 7 Nougat, but this could soon change...

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  • Rumor: Kanye leaving music streamer Tidal over money; Sprint's 4:44 exclusive to end July 7th
    Jay Z's streaming music service Tidal has been in the news recently because of its partnership with Sprint. Those wishing to hear the rapper-entrepreneur's new 4:44 album can still hear it only on Tidal, and only if they are a Sprint customer. But Tidal is also in the news because fellow rapper Kanye West is reportedly leaving Tidal. Kanye's Life of Pablo album was a short lived exclusive on Tidal...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note Fan Edition uses Note 7 hardware and specs, but sports Galaxy S8 UI including Bixby
    The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition (FE) is official, and is being launched on July 7th. As we told you the other day, South Korean carrier LG Uplus is accepting pre-orders at a price of KRW 700,000 which translates into $611 USD. The latest word is that no more than 400,000 units will be sold in South Korea so that the device doesn't cannibalize the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note8 phablet...

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  • BLU rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow for Life One X (2016)
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