The Galaxy Note 8 shows up in a convincing render, and it looks like a squarer, taller Galaxy S8.
We are just over three weeks from the unveiling of the Galaxy Note 8. We know this because Samsung has itself admitted it.
And while we’ve already seen fairly convincing renders of the upcoming S Pen-enhanced flagship, Evan Blass of Twitter’s @evleaks has most recently given us the best look at the phone yet.
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12-inch MacBook vs. 13-inch MacBook Pro: How to pick between Apple’s two ,299 laptops
“Not only does the super-slim MacBook start at $ 1,299, but so does the new MacBook Pro. And since the MacBook Air, still selling for $ 999, is woefully out of date — with a low-res screen that’ll look bad next to any current smartphone — $ 1,299 is …
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It’s cheaper than many alternatives, but broadcasters aren’t thrilled at the prospect….
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OnePlus 5 vs. Essential Phone: An intriguing battle between two startups
Arguably the biggest release of the summer is the OnePlus 5, which was (finally) announced on Tuesday. Fans due for a new smartphone have plenty of options to choose from, including the Galaxy S8 and LG G6. There’s also Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone …
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Galaxy S8: What’s the difference between U.S. unlocked and carrier versions?
the unlocked and untouched version of the Galaxy S8 offers the quickest setup process of any of the carrier models. In this version, you’ll only have to walk through the Google account login screen for Android, and then once more to log in to a Samsung …
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Confused between Huawei Porsche Design Mate 9 and Standard Mate 9? This may help
At a recent event in Munich, Huawei announced two new smartphones – The (Vanilla) Mate 9 and the Porsche Design Mate 9. The sleek limited-edition Porsche Design Mate 9 is packed with a plethora of performance and aesthetic variances that are hard to miss.
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ZTE Axon 8 would not be something between an Axon 7s and Axon 7, right?
Chinese regulatory agency TENAA has passed inspection of what’s being called the ZTE-A2018. Given Chinese manufacturer ZTE’s codenaming tendencies, we believe this device to be what may be called the Axon 8. But the evidence laid out in disclosed …
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Nokia 9 vs OnePlus 5: The clash between upcoming flagship smartphones
Besides the iPhone 8, the upcoming Nokia and OnePlus flagship smartphones are occupying the tech headlines of late. A lot of rumors and concept renders of these smartphones are hitting the web almost every other day giving us an idea of the features we …
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With Android, Google has pretty much nailed down a yearly release schedule. First, the company announces the upcoming version and releases a developer preview sometime near March. Then, it reveals more information about the update at I/O in the summer, and finally releases the stable build in the fall near October. Is this too small of a turnaround time for major Android updates?
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