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Month: May 2019

Samsung’s Galaxy S11 won’t have the crazy new feature we’re waiting for

The Galaxy S10 was released just a few months ago and it turned out to be a success for Samsung, unlike its predecessor. In about three more months, the Galaxy Note 10 will come out with an updated design as well as several new features, according to the newest leaks. In other words, it’s way too early to talk about next year’s Samsung flagship phones, but the first Galaxy S11 rumors are already here. And one of them claims the phone won’t have the exciting new smartphone design feature we’re waiting for. Well-known Samsung insider Ice Universe said a...

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This brand new Android flagship phone is even cheaper than the OnePlus 7

OnePlus unveiled the OnePlus 7 series last week, which includes two affordable flagships: The regular OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro. The latter is more expensive than previous OnePlus phones, but is still a lot cheaper than all the other flagships out there. Fast forward to May 21st, and we’ve got an even cheaper Android phone to show you. But given what just happened in the world of Android, you might want to avoid buying one for now. That’s because the Honor brand is owned by Huawei — the same company that’s been hit with a massive ban on US...

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OnePlus 7 Pro 5G is finally official, but only for EE customers in Britain

We’ve known for months that UK carrier EE will be the first mobile operator in the world to launch OnePlus’s first 5G phone. And we’ve known it’ll all go down at some point in the second quarter of the year. Well, lo and behold, the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G is already here — well, there — and you can preorder the handset if you call Britain home. The OnePlus 7 Pro 5G is essentially a OnePlus 7 Pro that gets 5G connectivity. It’s got the same design and specs, which means you get an all-screen phone with pop-up selfie camera, 90Hz...

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Huawei’s Android replacement sounds a lot like the mysterious Google OS that might replace Android

Huawei is at the center of the US vs. China trade war right now, as the Trump administration imposed a massive import ban on the Chinese conglomerate that has huge implications. Not only will Huawei be able to buy hardware components and license operating systems like Android until the matters are resolved, but Huawei’s partners will receive a significant financial blow as well. We saw this happen before with a different Chinese company before, and the temporary import ban nearly forced ZTE out of business. Huawei, on the other hand, will continue to fight the decision, and the company may...

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