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Huawei is prepared: new OS and AR glasses are in the works

Huawei has a secret weapon ready in the event that the United States forces American companies to break off all relations with China.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.) (...)

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Android 9.0 Pie: A mix of satisfaction and disappointment

Android 9.0 Pie has recently arrived in its final version, meaning its features are now widely known and it has been tested by both the media and the few users lucky enough to be able to get the update first. So what do you think of the new version of And...

Xiaomi Pocophone F1 display: there's always a catch!

The Pocophone F1 costs under 350 dollars and has the specs of a luxury smartphone. What's the catch? It's quite possible that we found it in our display test of the Xiaomi Pocophone F1.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.)...

MrMobile's BlackBerry KEY2 LE Hands-On

You probably don't need me to tell you that the BlackBerry KEY2 LE is just what it says on the tin: a "lite edition" of the BlackBerry KEY2 we know and (mostly) love. And to be honest, when I first picked up the LE, I was put off by ...

Best Screen Protectors for Samsung Galaxy S9

Keep your Galaxy S9 display safe and scratch-free With every unboxing of the Samsung Galaxy S9 comes the inevitable debate of the best way to keep this beautiful (and expensive) phone safe. Some people are content with just "being careful" with their p...

PSA: The POCO F1 doesn't have NFC

POCO had to cut a few features to get the F1 down to $300, and NFC is one of them. The POCO F1 is turning out to be the deal of the year. Retailing for the equivalent of $300, the phone is currently the most affordable device to be powered by the Snapd...

These are all the phones Samsung is releasing in 2018

Samsung does more than just the Note, you know. If you own an Android phone, there's a really good chance it's got a Samsung logo on it. Samsung is the most popular Android OEM on the planet, and to achieve this, the company releases a ton of hardware ...

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