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  • [Deal Alert] Get a gold-plated Huawei Watch for $252.52 ($497.47 off)

    The Huawei Watch was perhaps the best of the first-generation Android Wear devices. Aside from it being the most watch-looking watch (compared to the postage stamp glued to a piece of leather styling of the original ZenWatch), the original Huawei Watc…

  • Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus: Top 5 things you need to know

    The 18:9 screen is new, but the rest of the phone should be familiar to anyone that has used a Redmi Note 4.

    Xiaomi unveiled the Redmi 5 Plus last month, bringing the 18:9 form factor to the budget segment. The Chinese manufacturer isn’t the first to roll out a budget phone with minimal bezels, but the company is once again showing that it can absolutely dominate when it comes to the value proposition. The base variant of the Redmi 5 Plus retails for the equivalent of $150, making it an incredible bargain when you consider the hardware on offer.

    The Redmi 5 Plus is currently limited to China, and as the phone made its debut just a month ago, the global ROM isn’t available just yet. That means you can’t get a version of the Redmi 5 Plus with Play Services installed out of the box. As such, it’s too early to make a quantitative assessment of how the device fares in comparison to the likes of the Redmi Note 4 and other devices in this segment. I’ll have more to share once the global…

  • It looks like the Honor 8 won’t get Oreo after all

    Huawei’s Honor sub-brand has been responsible for some nice pieces of hardware over the years, but the software always seems to lag behind. Just recently, the Honor 7X launched with Nougat when it should by all rights have had Oreo. Owners of the Honor 8 are also getting some bad Oreo news—they won’t see Oreo at all. At least, this is what Honor’s Indian Twitter account is telling people.

    As recently as late 2017, Huawei/Honor was telling owners to hang tight as it looked into Oreo updates for the Honor 8 series.

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    It looks like the Honor 8 won’t get Oreo after all was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Samsung Galaxy X foldable phone: Rumors, Images, Details, and More!

    This will be the next big thing … at some point.

    The mobile industry has been tracking this rumored Samsung “Galaxy X” prototype phone for several months, gradually pushing back the supposed launch timeline for what’s supposed to be a successor to the general “Galaxy S” line. But as waves of details about the upcoming Galaxy S9 and S9+ come in, we’re still struggling for details on what this supposed Galaxy X with a foldable display will be. Reports with new details out of CES 2018 are at least giving us something to work with.

    No, you didn’t miss an announcement — Samsung didn’t have anything public to say about the Galaxy X (if that is its real name) at CES. But as many companies do, Samsung took the opportunity of having so many high-up industry people together to show off what it’s working on to partners. According to The Investor, this year that included the Galaxy X. The device in question has a 7.3-inch display that can fold in the middle — multiple versions we…

  • Despite scandals, Apple will reap the benefits of what it sows

    Apple has already encountered controversies around the world this year, but could it be exactly what the company needs?(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Traveling will get easier with this $34 AmazonBasics Carry-On Backpack

    Now you just need a destination.

    Amazon has its AmazonBasics Carry-On Travel Backpack on sale for $34, down from a normal price of $50. This will make traveling a breeze since you’ll never have to worry whether your bag fits the proper airline dimensions.

    Carry-on travel backpack with internal, zippered laptop sleeve
    Ultra-flexible and lightweight
    Main compartment with zipper mesh space, optional midway shelf, and internal/external compression straps
    Front pocket & front-top pocket for easy access to documents and travel liquids
    Main upper packing compartment with organizer, expandable storage space, and key clip
    Hide-away water bottle pocket & tuck-away ID pocket
    Padded shoulder straps disconnect & store easily
    This backpack received 4.3 out of 5 stars from 174 customer reviews. Make sure your liquids are TSA-approved with these silicone travel bottles.

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  • Moto E5 image leak reveals rear-mounted fingerprint sensor with Motorola logo on top

    Last year’s Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus both received high praises in our reviews. Those phones both sported front-mounted fingerprint sensors, just as Galaxy devices and iPhones did for many years. However, it looks like Lenovorola may be moving the fingerprint sensor to the back for the Moto E5, according to a leaked image.

    The image doesn’t immediately make it obvious that the Moto E5 has a fingerprint sensor at all, but a closer look at the back reveals that the logo underneath the camera doubles as a sensor.

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    Moto E5 image leak reveals rear-mounted fingerprint sensor with Motorola logo on top was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • TAG Heuer has an Android Wear watch that costs $200K

    TAG Heuer’s been showing off a bunch of its watches in Geneva, and one model, in particular, has caught our eye. In addition to the new smaller and cheaper Modular 41 announced yesterday, TAG Heuer has been showing off a diamond-encrusted white gold version of its Modular 45. This Android Wear-powered ostentation can be yours for a mere $200K (190’000 CHF). 

    The watch is part of TAG Heuer’s Modular 45 series, though this model has the “Full Diamond” name attached to it as well, which makes sense. With 589 diamonds spread across almost every exterior surface on the bezel and bracelet (totaling 23.35 carats), it’s pretty full of them.

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    TAG Heuer has an Android Wear watch that costs $200K was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google Maps returns to China after eight-year absence

    Google famously pulled its services out of the Chinese market in 2010 rather than comply with the government’s censorship requirements, but it’s dipping a toe back in today. Google has re-launched Google Maps for China, but not via the same app we have in the rest of the world. Most people will access it via a web page, but iPhones get an app. Hey, it’s a start.

    A new China-specific version of Maps is accessible via the web for all devices.

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    Google Maps returns to China after eight-year absence was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Samsung Pay updated with a cleaner and more traditional UI

    The bottom navigation bar strikes again.

    During my short stint with the Galaxy S8 last year, one of my favorite features was easily Samsung Pay. Between MST support and reward points for making regular purchases, it’s definitely my prefered mobile payment service of choice. The app in its current state is perfectly functional, but the latest update brings a new design that looks rather nice.

    First spotted by our friends at Droid Life, updating Samsung Pay to build number 2.8.18 brings a new user interface that’s cleaned up and makes a bit more sense from a usability point of view.

    As you can see in the left screenshot below, the version of Samsung Pay we’ve had for a while has the main navigation buttons for the app smack dab in the middle below the rotating hero images. In the new version, these buttons have been moved down to a bottom navigation bar like we’ve been seeing in more and more Android apps as of late.

    Samsung Pay’s old UI (left) and the new one (right).

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