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  • OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition launches in India for ?38,999 ($600)

    OnePlus teams up with Disney to launch one of the best phones of the year.

    After teasing the device earlier this month, OnePlus has unveiled the Star Wars-themed variant of the OnePlus 5T. The OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition will go on sale starting later tonight on Amazon India for just ₹38,999 ($600), which is a mere ₹1,000 more than the regular 8GB variant of the OnePlus 5T.

    The focal point of the OnePlus 5T Star Wars edition is the white color scheme, which looks stunning. Whereas the standard version of the OnePlus 5T offers a glossy metal back, the Star Wars variant comes with a Sandstone finish, a nice throwback to older OnePlus devices.

    There are other design touches elsewhere — the power button and volume rocker sport a black paint job, and the Alert Slider on the right has been painted red. Oh, and there’s a Star Wars logo engraved at the bottom of the phone round the back.

    OnePlus 5T Star Wars edition review
    OnePlus 5T Star Wars edition: In p…

  • OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition: In pictures

    The OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition looks stunning from all angles.

    The OnePlus 5T Star Wars edition is now official, and it is just as awesome as you’d expect. OnePlus switched out the standard black option for a white color scheme, and added subtle design flourishes in the form of a bright red Alert Slider along with a black power button and volume rocker. There’s also a Star Wars logo at the back to remind you the phone is from a galaxy far, far away.

    A lot of attention went into the design of the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition, as you can see from the images below.

    The OnePlus 5T Star Wars edition will go up for sale in India starting later today for ₹38,999 ($600), which is a steal considering what it brings to the table. Still not sure if you should get one? Take a look at our review to find out everything there is to know about the device:

    READ: OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition review

  • Video: OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition unboxing

    What’s better than a plain old vanilla OnePlus 5T? How about a 5T that brings back the popular sandstone finish in a striking white color, along with red accents, Star Wars branding and some unique accessories.

    That’s exactly what Indian customers get with the Star Wars Limited Edition OnePlus 5T. For ₹38,999 ($600), the Star Wars 5T offers the same internals as the 8GB / 128GB standard 5T, with a fresh coat of paint, an appropriately epic box, and a Kylo Ren-themed case to keep it in pristine condition.

    After all, with a brilliant white finish, it’d be a shame to see this phone succumb to the dark side.

    Check out Harish’s unboxing and hands-on impressions in the video above, and hit up our OnePlus 5T review to learn more about the phone it’s based on.

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  • OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition review: The Force is strong with this one

    OnePlus channels the Force with its latest phone.

    OnePlus has always prided itself on listening to its community, and its latest device is a testament to that. As the name suggests, the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition is a limited-run model that is aimed at OnePlus fans in India. The company has swiftly climbed up the ranks in the subcontinent over the course of the last three years, and is now the leading manufacturer in the premium category.

    The company wanted to offer a device as a way of thanking its users in India, and in doing so created its most evocative phone yet. This is the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition.

    OnePlus 5T Star Wars edition What you’ll like

    The OnePlus 5T Star Wars edition features a custom white color scheme that serves to differentiate it from the standard model. In addition to the paint job, OnePlus added subtle detailing touches in the form of a black power button, SIM tray, and volume rocker. As for that bright red Alert Slider… I’m …

  • Double tap to wake, mono portrait mode, and more coming to Essential Phone

    Here’s what went down during the December 13, 2017 Essential AMA.

    Although Essential has run into a few road bumps here and there throughout 2017, one of the company’s strongest aspects is the level of transparency it has with its fans/customers. The Essential team just held its latest bi-weekly AMA on Reddit on December 13, and as a result, we’ve got some new details on quite a few software features and fixes that are being worked on for the Essential Phone.

    Jittery scrolling has been an issue with the Essential Phone pretty much since its release, and when asked about this once again, Software Program Manager Marcus responded with:

    We are working diligently on it. As we mentioned in our previous AMAs Its a challenging issue to resolve given our touch panel HW 60hz sample rate. Because of this, there are trade offs in software we are investigating to improve latency without affecting overall touch performance.

    Essential had planned to roll out the second beta for Oreo 8.0 to…

  • First 6 things you should do with your Honor 7X

    The Honor 7X is a great value, but it’s made even better with a few quick tweaks.

    For $200, the Honor 7X has a lot going for it. Its metal build is exquisite, the new 2:1 aspect ratio gives it a modern look and helps squeeze a large 5.93-inch display into a hand- and pocket-friendly device, and the 3340mAh battery should keep it running for hours.

    Here are a few tips on setting up your Honor 7X to make it an even better bang for your buck.

    Set up the fingerprint scanner

    This one is pretty obvious, and EMUI will even prompt you to add a fingerprint during the initial setup process. Biometrics are an integral part of using just about any phone these days; even if you don’t care about lock screen security, when it comes to logging in to bank accounts or purchasing apps, a fingerprint scanner is significantly faster and more convenient than typing a password.

    Jump into the settings and make your way to the Fingerprint ID section. You can enroll additional fingers via the fingerpri…

  • How to use Smart Lock to unlock your phone automatically

    Using Smart Lock is an easy way to mix security with convenience — keep your Android locked unless you want it unlocked.

    Introduced with Android 5.0 Lollipop, Smart Lock lets you set things up so that your phone unlocks its screen when certain conditions are met without entering your password or PIN or fingerprint. You’ll find the setting is the Security section of your phone settings, and you begin by tapping it and entering your PIN or passphrase.

    Once enabled, Smart Lock has five ways it can intelligently keep your phone unlocked for you but locked if anyone else happens to find it. You might not see every option on every phone so take a peek at your user manual if you can’t find a setting.

    On-body Detection

    On-body Detection uses your phone’s motion sensors like the accelerometer or gyroscope to keep it unlocked while it’s in your hand, your pocket or a bag. If it senses that you’re in motion and you’ve unlocked your phone with any other method it stays unlocked. When…

  • How are you liking Google’s AR Stickers?

    AR Stickers are a ton of fun – just make sure you’ve got plenty of battery.

    Google finally launched AR Stickers for the Pixel and Pixel 2 on December 11, and at least for me, it’s resulted in a lot of time spent placing porgs, stormtroopers, and Demogorgons all around my apartment and everywhere else I go.

    AR Stickers are already quite impressive even after just a few days of being available to the public, and with them now out and about, we thought it’d be fun to check in with our forum users to see how you all are taking to Google’s latest software trick.

    Here are some of your answers.

    12-11-2017 07:53 PM

    This one is a battery killer and phone heater kind of fun to play with for the kids though

    12-12-2017 11:10 AM

    The animation in the Stranger Things characters is awesome … Eleven take…

  • Kitchen Gadgets Gift Guide

    Up your cooking game with these unique kitchen gadgets and take boring, everyday recipes to the next level. You might even find something to wrap up for the foodie in your life, like the Marcato Atlas Pasta Machine or a granite molcajete.

    Marcato Atlas Pasta MachineThe machine might be made in Italy, but that home-made pasta’s going to be made right in your kitchen! And also Italy if you live in Italy.Amazon$74.99WishlistPepper Mill Imports Traditional Copper Coffee Spice MillThis is what you pull out when you want everyone to know you’re serious about your pepper.Walmart$71.99WishlistBOJ Commercial Grade Manual Can Opener with Angled BarThis is a can opener designed for the back of a busy restaurant, but there’s plenty of great ways you could use it – a little catering business, a fundraiser or food service, tailgating, or a big group picnic.Amazon$76.95WishlistBella electric ceramic tea kettleCombine the timeless style of an old fashioned ceramic kettle with modern features …

  • Non-essential app blocking for corporate-managed phones comes to G Suite

    Corporate data security is paramount—particularly in industries with regulations like HIPAA which include steep fines for negligently handled personal data. Accordingly, allowing employees access to that data on mobile devices is not without its share of risks, as the potential of malware or lost/stolen devices may result in expropriated data. Google has introduced an extra step for IT managers to ensure that devices are compliant with corporate-defined security policy. Device Policy will now restrict apps determined to be nonessential (like Chrome or Gmail) from running until a device is returned to compliance.

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    Non-essential app blocking for corporate-managed phones comes to G Suite was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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