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    The LG V30S isn’t a brand new phone, but it’s a nice refresh on one of 2017’s best flagships.

    The LG V30S builds on the success of the audiovisual-focused V30, and while it adds a few tantalizing specs and a couple of notable A.I. features, it lacks any big-deal upgrades like an improved camera or current-gen Snapdragon processor.

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    Specification
    Operating System
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    Display
    6-inch OLED, curved edges2880x1440 resolution Gorilla Glass 5
    Processor
    Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
    RAM
    6GB
    Storage
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    Battery
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    Rear cameras
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    Front camera
    5MP f2.2, 90° FOV
    Audio
    32-bit Quad DC, high-sensitivity microphones
    Water resistance
    Yes, IP68 water resistant dustproof MIL-STD 810G certified
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    OnePlus’ phones are a great value, but they’ve each individually had a few drawbacks. One negative they all had in common, though, was a DRM deficiency. None of the company’s handsets supported the correct DRM level required for HD playback in Netflix. Distress on the subject came to a head late last year, and OnePlus surprisingly announced that it would add the feature in the future. In a comment on OnePlus’ forums today the company confirmed that it was now able to update handsets to support it, but the process will require that you send the phone back to OnePlus for the update. 

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    Charge via USB-C or USB-A with this travel essential.

    Right now, you can grab the Quick Charge 3.0 Aukey USB-C Car Charger for only $7.40 when you enter promo code 9KYM5X68 at checkout. That’ll take $13 off its current price.

    This car charger can recognize your device and alter its power output for safe and efficient charging, allowing you to charge three device at once – two via USB-A and one via USB-C. There are built-in safeguards to protect against excessive current, overheating and overcharging.

    You’ll also receive a 2-year warranty with this purchase. Aukey’s USB-C Car Charger has over 300 reviews on Amazon with 4 out of 5 stars.

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    Well, this is awkward.

    Samsung’s launch event for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ is set to start in just a handful of hours, at 12:00 p.m. ET on February 25, but someone was apparently a bit too hyped about the launch and accidentally published a full-length product promo video. It was promptly taken down, of course, but Slashleaks was able to grab it first.

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    Sometimes your own style is the best style.

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    Step by Step

    Create a folder on your USB Thumb drive named “Images”
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