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  • OnePlus 6 India review: Notching up another win

    The OnePlus 6 is a fabulous phone once you look past the notch.

    The OnePlus 6 is the most anticipated phone of 2018 in India, and for good reason. OnePlus’ aggressive strategy paid dividends for the brand in recent quarters, and the company has a firm foothold in the mid-range segment.

    One reason for OnePlus’ popularity in India is because of the fact that the brand maintains price parity with its U.S. counterpart. The 64GB version of the OnePlus 6 retails for ₹34,999, which comes out to $515, or $15 less than what the phone is available for in the U.S. That was the case last year as well, wherein OnePlus launched the 5T at the same ₹32,999 ($485) price point as the OnePlus 5.

    To put things into context, the Galaxy S9+ launched in India for ₹64,900 ($1,015), or $175 more than what it costs in the U.S. Similarly, the Pixel 2 XL made its debut in the country at ₹73,900 ($1,120), a full $270 more than what it retails for in the U.S.

    Compare that to what t…

  • Is the Honor 10 the best value smartphone of 2018?

    Revealed in London, the Honor 10 is the latest flagship by the Chinese brand. At a price of 399 EUR, it seems to be one of the best value smartphones on the market. Is that really the case? Let’s see if it’s such a good deal for US customers who want t…

  • LG G7 ThinQ availability including pre-orders, release date, carriers, and more

    LG has finally revealed its next flagship phone: The G7 ThinQ. Although we have a good idea of the specs and capabilities packed inside LG’s latest flagship—including its AI-powered camera and “Super Bright” screen—some unresolved particulars still remain.

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    LG G7 ThinQ availability including pre-orders, release date, carriers, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Use Facebook in a different way with these apps

    The Facebook smartphone app can be terrible at hogging data. We’ve discovered some useful and interesting alternatives to help the situation, providing a different experience of Facebook.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Android 8.0 Oreo rolling out to LG G6 on Verizon

    As Android P approaches, some users of newer devices still waiting for Oreo are becoming increasingly frustrated. But LG G6 owners on Verizon Wireless are getting some relief: Android 8.0 is rolling out to the device now.

    Update notes are up on Verizon’s website. The update includes Oreo goodness like picture-in-picture for YouTube videos, notification dots, and other tweaks like enhanced fingerprint security.

    Reader screens showing the G6 updating to Android 8.0.

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    Android 8.0 Oreo rolling out to LG G6 on Verizon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google Photos gains option to mark photos as favorites

    Your smartphone makes it easy to snap photos on the go. Maybe too easy. You might end up with so many photos of the same things that it’s hard to find your favorites. In the next few days, Google Photos will make that easier with the option to mark im…

  • Google Photos is being updated with Favorite and Like buttons

    The ⭐️ is launching this week while the ❤️ is “coming soon.”

    Google Photos is a constantly evolving beast, and this week, it’s being updated with a new feature that’ll allow you to favorite photos you take.

    When looking at a picture you’ve captured, you’ll soon be able to tap a new ⭐️ icon that’ll mark it as a favorite. As you keep tapping that little icon, these photos will automatically populate a new Favorites album that you can browse and share like any other album you’ve created.

    Along with this, Google has another feature that’s “coming soon” that’ll allow you to like photos from other people that are shared with you. When viewing photos a friend/family member has sent to you on Google Photos, tapping the new ❤️ button will show them you like what you see.

    These aren’t huge features, but they are welcome ones that should come in handy. The ability to like photos will make it easy to let people know you’ve seen whatev…

  • 11 new and notable Android apps from the last week (5/15/18 – 5/21/18)

    Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.

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  • Twitter now uses its own emoji on Android

    Twitter’s Android app looks a little different for many today: the platform now uses its own “Twemoji” emoji set rather than system emoji. The update will have the most effect for users on older Android versions, which lack some newer emoji.

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  • Samsung announces Galaxy A6, A6+, J6, and J8 mid-rangers in India

    The phones come with Infinity Displays, dual cameras, and more.

    Samsung’s launching four new mid-range phones in India, including the Galaxy A6, A6+, J6, and J8.

    Starting first at the A6 and A6+, we got a look at these two phones in late April when Samsung’s Indonesia website quietly listed them without any fanfare. Just like before, the A6 and A6+ both come with Super AMOLED Infinity Displays, with the A6 using a 5.6-inch HD+ screen and the A6+ going up to a 6-inch FHD+ one.

    Both phones have 16MP cameras on the back, but only the A6+ has a secondary 5MP shooter as well. As for front-facing cameras, the A6 has a 16MP sensor while the A6+’s comes in at 24MP.

    The Galaxy A6 uses Samsung’s Exynos 7 processor, 4GB, 32 or 64GB of storage, and a 3,000 mAh battery. Alternatively, the A6+ has the Snapdragon 450, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, and a 3,500 mAh battery. Both have a metal unibody design, expandable storage up to 256GB, and Android Oreo.

    Moving over to the J6 (pictured on the right…

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