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

    There are some new budget smartphones from Samsung launching in India soon. Samsung just announced not one, not two, not even three, but four new smartphones. The devices are in the J and A series, so you probably know roughly what to expect. The most expensive of them is Rs 25,990, which works out to around $380.

    Let’s get the specs out of the way first.

    Galaxy A6Galaxy A6+Galaxy J6Galaxy J8
    ProcessorExynos 7 SeriesSnapdragon 450Exynos 7 SeriesSnapdragon 450
    Display5.6” HD+6” FHD+5.6” HD+6” HD+
    Super AMOLEDSuper AMOLEDSuper AMOLEDSuper AMOLED
    Rear Camera16MP (f/1.7)16MP (f/1.7)+5MP (f/1.9)13MP (f/1.9)16MP (f/1.7)+5MP (f/1.9)
    Front Camera16MP (f/1.9)24MP (f/1.9)8MP (f/1.9)16MP (f/1.9)
    Flashw/ Front & Rear LED Flashw/ Front & Rear LED Flashw/ Front & Rear LED Flashw/ Front & Rear LED Flash
    Memory4GB + 32GB4GB + 64GB4GB + 64GB3GB + 32GB4GB + 64GB4GB + 64GB
    microSD slot (up to 256GB)microSD slot (up to 256GB)microSD slot (up to 256GB)microSD slot (up to 256GB)
    Battery3000 mAh3500 mAh3000 mAh3500 mAh
    OSAndroid OAndroid OAndroid OAndroid O
    DesignMetal UnibodyMetal UnibodyPolycarbonate UnibodyPolycarbonate Unibody
    MOP21,990 (32GB), 22,990 (64GB)25,99013,990 (3/32GB), 16,490 (4/64GB)18,990

    The A6 and A6+ (see top) are the more premium devices announced, but all of them are advertised as having “Infinity Displays.” That’s just Samsung’s name for a taller screen ratio—all the phones appear to have flat OLED panels.

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    Samsung announces Galaxy J6, J8, A6, and A6+ in India was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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

    There are some new budget smartphones from Samsung launching in India soon. Samsung just announced not one, not two, not even three, but four new smartphones. The devices are in the J and A series, so you probably know roughly what to expect. The most expensive of them is Rs 25,990, which works out to around $380.

    Let’s get the specs out of the way first.

    Galaxy A6Galaxy A6+Galaxy J6Galaxy J8
    ProcessorExynos 7 SeriesSnapdragon 450Exynos 7 SeriesSnapdragon 450
    Display5.6” HD+6” FHD+5.6” HD+6” HD+
    Super AMOLEDSuper AMOLEDSuper AMOLEDSuper AMOLED
    Rear Camera16MP (f/1.7)16MP (f/1.7)+5MP (f/1.9)13MP (f/1.9)16MP (f/1.7)+5MP (f/1.9)
    Front Camera16MP (f/1.9)24MP (f/1.9)8MP (f/1.9)16MP (f/1.9)
    Flashw/ Front & Rear LED Flashw/ Front & Rear LED Flashw/ Front & Rear LED Flashw/ Front & Rear LED Flash
    Memory4GB + 32GB4GB + 64GB4GB + 64GB3GB + 32GB4GB + 64GB4GB + 64GB
    microSD slot (up to 256GB)microSD slot (up to 256GB)microSD slot (up to 256GB)microSD slot (up to 256GB)
    Battery3000 mAh3500 mAh3000 mAh3500 mAh
    OSAndroid OAndroid OAndroid OAndroid O
    DesignMetal UnibodyMetal UnibodyPolycarbonate UnibodyPolycarbonate Unibody
    MOP21,990 (32GB), 22,990 (64GB)25,99013,990 (3/32GB), 16,490 (4/64GB)18,990

    The A6 and A6+ (see top) are the more premium devices announced, but all of them are advertised as having “Infinity Displays.” That’s just Samsung’s name for a taller screen ratio—all the phones appear to have flat OLED panels.

    Read More

    Samsung announces Galaxy J6, J8, A6, and A6+ in India was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • OnePlus 6 is now up for sale in India; pop-up stores going live later today

    You can now purchase the OnePlus 6 in India.

    The general sale of the OnePlus 6 kicks off tomorrow, but the phone is now available in an early access sale on Amazon India as well as OnePlus’ own website.

    The 6GB version of the OnePlus 6 with 64GB of storage is available for ₹34,999, and the 8GB/128GB model is retailing for ₹39,999. The device is available in three color options — Mirror Black, Midnight Black, and Silk White — but the latter two options are limited to the 8GB variant. Today, you’ll be able to pick up the Mirror Black version in 6GB/8GB variants, as well as the 8GB Midnight Black option. The Silk White model will go on sale June 5, and if you’re looking for the variant with 256GB of storage, you’ll have to wait until May 29 to pick up the Avengers edition for ₹44,999.

    To incentivize the launch, OnePlus is rolling out a ₹2,000 cashback offer for SBI debit and credit card holders, with the cashback reflecting by end of August. You’…

  • How to disable the notch on the OnePlus 6

    There’s an easy way to get rid of that annoying cutout.

    One of the more controversial design choices in the OnePlus 6 is a cutout at the top of the display, which bumps the overall screen size to 6.28 inches while retaining the same overall height as the 6.0-inch OnePlus 5T.

    ASUS, OPPO, Vivo, and Huawei have already introduced devices this year that feature the notch, and it looks like this unwelcome trend is only set to continue as the year progresses.

    What’s particularly irksome is that the notch doesn’t really add a lot of value to the OnePlus 6, as there’s a chin at the bottom. The notch works on the iPhone X because it creates an all-screen front — where the bottom bar is the same width as the bezels at the top.

    That, however, isn’t the case on the OnePlus 6 or any of the other Android copycats we’ve seen so far. The OnePlus 6 has a noticeable chin at the bottom, and there’s a mismatch in the width of the bezels at the top and bottom.

    While OnePlus says the notch …

  • OnePlus 6 review: It’s settled

    The OnePlus 6 delivers in almost every way.

    With OnePlus releasing a new phone every six months, it’s safe to say that the OnePlus 6T, likely coming in November, will offer a few select upgrades to the company’s tried-and-true formula — along with a modest price bump.

    But if you’re in the market for a phone right now, and don’t want to spend more than you need to on a well-rounded Android experience — heck, smartphone experience in general — the OnePlus 6 is your absolute best option.

    Whereas previous models had notable drawbacks, particularly around camera quality, OnePlus has seized on a confluence of factors to release a phone that has no major flaws, at a starting price few believed was possible.

    About this review

    I (Daniel Bader) am reviewing the OnePlus 6 after spending just over a week with the phone running on the Freedom Mobile LTE network in Toronto, Canada.

    The phone shipped with build 512 but was updated to 513 shortly before the phone was an…

  • OnePlus 6 review: It’s settled

    The OnePlus 6 delivers in almost every way.

    With OnePlus releasing a new phone every six months, it’s safe to say that the OnePlus 6T, likely coming in November, will offer a few select upgrades to the company’s tried-and-true formula — along with a modest price bump.

    But if you’re in the market for a phone right now, and don’t want to spend more than you need to on a well-rounded Android experience — heck, smartphone experience in general — the OnePlus 6 is your absolute best option.

    Whereas previous models had notable drawbacks, particularly around camera quality, OnePlus has seized on a confluence of factors to release a phone that has no major flaws, at a starting price few believed was possible.

    About this review

    I (Daniel Bader) am reviewing the OnePlus 6 after spending just over a week with the phone running on the Freedom Mobile LTE network in Toronto, Canada.

    The phone shipped with build 512 but was updated to 513 shortly before the phone was an…

  • OnePlus 6 review: The best notch Android has to offer so far

    OnePlus got everyone’s attention with the OnePlus One because it was cheap and powerful. Each successive OnePlus phone is a little more spendy, but it also adopts whatever hot new features are popping up in more expensive phones. OnePlus has gotten on…

  • The best headphones are the ones you love

    Because you’ll actually have them with you.

    The tech world is in a headphones frenzy these days because phones are losing their headphone jacks and dividing the world into haves and have-nots. The have-nots are largely choosing to ignore the included dongles (and rightfully so) and moving to Bluetooth; the haves are doubling down with audiophile-quality wired headphones that require powerful amps and expensive DACs to extract the best sound. The audio industry is in a state of flux, and it’s difficult to know where to spend your money.

    The last week or so I’ve been using OnePlus’s new Bullets Wireless headphones, and they’re great — I’ll say that up front. I was initially quite skeptical given their $70 price tag, but what’s won me over more than the sound quality is the sheer convenience and user-friendliness of the whole package — the way they magnetically attach to one another to turn off and automatically connect to the most recent phone once they’re pulled apart.

  • The 5 best Samsung smartphones of all time

    It’s time to dig through Samsung’s devices and pick the best ones, which is all the more challenging due to its almost endless portfolio. Without further ado, here are the devices which I think deserve to be on the list of the five best Samsung smartphones of all time.

    (This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Honor 10 vs Huawei P20: what justifies the price difference?

    The Honor 10 has taken some features from the Huawei P20 and a first look at the two phones immediately shows this. However, the prices of the two devices aren’t comparable: what sacrifices will you be making if you opt for the cheaper Honor 10? Is the…

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