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  • Alcatel 3V coming to U.S. next week with Android 8.0 Oreo, 18:9 FHD+ display for $149

    Alcatel is bringing the budget-friendly 3V to the U.S. next week for an attractive $149 price. This phone has many of the buzzword features, like face unlock and an 18:9 display, and more for that low, low price. It’s unlocked and will work on GSM car…

  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Lite launches as Galaxy S Light Luxury in China

    Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 Lite has landed in China, but it’s not quite what we were expecting. The new device, which leaked out earlier this month, is actually named the Galaxy S Light Luxury. It sports a gorgeous Infinity Display and a much cheaper pri…

  • [Deal Alert] Get an Anker PowerCore+ 26,800 mAh USB-PD power bank for $80 ($30 off), 5-port USB-C wall charger for $38 ($16 off)

    Anker’s currently got deals on Amazon for all kinds of products to keep your electronics juiced. Two of the best: a three-port 26,800 mAh power bank bundle for $80, and a five-port USB wall charger for $38. Both items support power delivery over USB-C…

  • Let these $9 Spigen Bluetooth headphones be your impulse buy of the day

    Buy now, celebrate later.

    We’ve featured plenty of deals on affordable Bluetooth headphones, but most of the time they are from smaller brands. Right now, you can pick up a set of Spigen Bluetooth headphones for just $8.99, which is the absolute lowest price we’ve seen them hit. These headphones have been selling for $21.99 recently, and in the past have sold for as much as $26.99.

    This price drop is only available for the white version of these Bluetooth 4.1 headphones. They are compact, lightweight and deliver high-quality audio. You can use them in the gym, while hiking, biking, and much more. Each charge will give you 4.5 hours of playback and 175 hours of standby, making them perfect to keep in your bag, at your desk, or anywhere else.

    Whether you already have a good pair of Bluetooth headphones and need a backup pair, or you finally want to see what all the hype is about, you won’t want to miss out on this deal.

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  • Everything that’s new in the OxygenOS Open Beta

    Wondering what’s new in the latest Open Beta? You’re in the right place.

    There are a lot of reasons to like OnePlus phones, but one aspect that’s remained since the beginning is the excellent software experience they offer. All OnePlus phones now run OxygenOS, and if you want to test out new software features before anyone else, you can sign up for the OxygenOS Open Beta.

    OnePlus updates the Open Beta quite frequently, with each new version including bug fixes, security patches, and feature galore.

    To make sure you never miss a beat, here’s everything new in the beta right now.

    May 15, 2018 — OnePlus 5 & 5T get group MMS, May security patch, and new launcher goodies

    OxygenOS Open Beta 10 and 8 for the OnePlus 5 and 5T, respectively, is here and comes with a fair amount to check out.

    In regards to user-facing changes, the OnePlus Launcher now has a Toolbox Card in the Shelf, Hidden Space section in the app drawer, and dynamic app icons (such as the calendar, clock, and…

  • Google expands Family Link to 27 EU countries, now available in 38 countries in total

    People in all countries have kids, so it’s a bit disheartening when a feature launches for families and it’s limited to the US. That was the story with Family Link last year, which was only available in the US at first. However, the parental control service started expanding shortly after, adding Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland, then Canada this past February. We might have missed the memo too, because it added a few more countries between then and now (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Japan, Mexico, UK).

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    Google expands Family Link to 27 EU countries, now available in 38 countries in total was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Update: 16 new languages] Gboard v7.2 adds ability to make your own GIF with the camera, plus a new sticker gallery [APK download]

    Sometimes words just aren’t enough when sending messages. That’s when you resort to emoji, stickers, and (in extreme cases) GIFs. It’s getting easier to create GIFs with the latest beta update to Gboard. All you need to do is open the GIF section, and you can make your own custom GIF with the camera.

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    [Update: 16 new languages] Gboard v7.2 adds ability to make your own GIF with the camera, plus a new sticker gallery [APK download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Honor 7A and Honor 7C make their way to India, sales kick off next week

    Honor is on the rise in India, and it is looking to continue the momentum with its latest budget phones.

    After launching the mid-range Honor 10 a week ago, the Chinese manufacturer is now introducing its latest budget phones, the Honor 7A and 7C, in India. Both phones feature 18:9 displays, dual cameras, a face unlock feature, and will be sold exclusively online. The Honor 7A will go on sale at Flipkart starting May 29 for ₹8,999 ($132), while the Honor 7C will make its debut on Amazon starting May 31 for ₹9,999 ($145).

    The Honor 7A comes with a 5.7-inch 18:9 display with a resolution of 1440 x 720, and is powered by the Snapdragon 430. It comes in a single variant with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, and has a dual 13MP + 2MP camera configuration at the back as well as an 8MP front shooter. There’s also Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, FM radio, MicroUSB 2.0, and a 3000mAh battery.

    The Honor 7C, meanwhile, comes with a 5.99-inch display with the same resolution, w…

  • Video: First 6 things to do with your new OnePlus 6!

    If you’re unboxing a shiny new mirror black OnePlus 6, or perhaps a not-so-shiny midnight black or silk white variant, there are lots of things that you’ll want to play with right away. The OnePlus 6 is one of the most anticipated phones of the year so far, and there are plenty of (somewhat) hidden features to explore.

    In our latest video, we’ll explore the top six things to do with your OnePlus 6 after you’ve unboxed it and popped in your SIM. We’ll cover everything from gestures to themeing, and even lesser-known tricks like ambient display.

    Check it out below, and be sure to hit up our OnePlus 6 review if you haven’t already!

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  • Xiaomi Mi 8 will be unveiled on May 31 with in-display fingerprint sensor

    Xiaomi’s next flagship will launch at the end of the month with an in-display fingerprint sensor.

    Xiaomi usually launches a phone in its flagship Mi series in February, but this year it eschewed the Mi 7 in favor of an upgraded variant of the Mi Mix 2 dubbed the Mi Mix 2S. It now looks like the company is instead set to unveil the Mi 8 at the end of the month in China.

    According to an invite shared on Weibo that was spotted by GizmoChina, Xiaomi will launch its next flagship on May 31. The phone is set to be called the Mi 8 Anniversary Edition, to commemorate the eighth anniversary of the brand.

    We don’t know much about the device, but it is rumored with a 6.01-inch edge-to-edge OLED display, along with Snapdragon 845, and a 4000mAh battery with Quick Charge. Interestingly, the device is set to offer a 3D facial recognition feature similar to that of the iPhone X, and it slated to come with an in-display fingerprint sensor.

    Vivo was the first brand to roll out a device with an …

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