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OnePlus 5T launches with 18:9 Full HD display, enhanced cameras

D-Day has arrived for OnePlus 5T. The Chinese OEM's latest flagship offering is obviously an improved version of the OnePlus 5. We've been anticipating...

Razer Phone officially announced as an ultimate gaming phone

As promised, Razer's new mobile gaming device is here. The company has just announced the much-awaited Razer Phone which is described as the ultimate...

Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL Review

Google has done it again. There was some apprehension and no small amount of skepticism when word of a “Made by Google” phone started...

Google Home Max announced as a louder, bigger Home smart speaker

If there is a Mini version there must be a Pro variant, right? Not always but Google surprised the public a bit when it...

This is the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL

They're finally here at long last. Google has just unveiled its second generation of "Made by Google" phones and practically the tech giant's response...

This is the Google Home Mini

It might not be the Echo Show rival you were looking for, but it's the Echo Dot rival you didn't know you wanted. At...

Sony Xperia XZ1, XZ1 Compact hands-on

Justly or not, it’s sometimes hard to live up to the bar set high by the likes of Samsung and Apple. Manufacturers like HTC...

LG V30 Hands-on

While there is a heavy emphasis placed these days on dual cameras and smartphone photography in general, a vast majority of them leave things...

Android Oreo: here’s what’s coming to your phone

Unlike last year, the announcement of the next Android dessert was delayed a bit. Compared to the June reveal of the Nougat, the Android...
Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Galaxy Note 8 pre-orders start: here’s where and how to get it

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is out. After eight months of anticipation for the new Note, here it is. Since January when we were...

Google finally opens up Android Oreo 8.0, available now on AOSP

Google has confirmed what we’ve suspected all along: they planned this solar eclipse just so they can launch Android O. Okay, not really. But...

HTC U11 Hands-on: squeezing every last measure available

HTC has become a rather strange smartphone maker. Where some companies like Sony have basically said they don't care anymore, HTC continues to trudge...