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Project Fi offering a $200 discount on the Pixel 2 XL, heavy discounts on LG phones
Wed, 15 Aug 2018 03:00:01 +0200

Project Fi is holding a few discounts for those who are interested in Google's MVNO network in the US. When you buy and activate a Google Pixel 2 XL on Project Fi, you can get $200 knocked off the price of the phone. In order to get the $200 Pixel 2 XL credit, you must activate the phone within 30 days or the discount will no longer be honored. The other deal is a $50 service credit when you buy a Moto G6 and activate it on Project Fi. You must activate the device within 60 days of the phone's shipment and the credit will be applied to your account within one to two billing...



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Verizon brings the LG G7's Super Bright Camera mode to the G6
Wed, 15 Aug 2018 01:00:01 +0200

One of the cool party tricks employed by the LG G7's camera system is the Super Bright mode, which only pops up when ambient lighting levels are really low. And now, through the latest software update, Verizon and LG are bringing this to the G6 units sold by Big Red. Super Bright Camera is a dedicated night mode that produces better exposed shots in very dark conditions. It achieves that by employing pixel binning - combining the light gathered by four pixels into one. This results in a lower-res, but brighter photo than normal. The mode doesn't automagically turn itself on, but you do get...



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Samsung Galaxy Wearable app with support for the Galaxy Watch, Android Pie released
Tue, 14 Aug 2018 23:30:01 +0200

Last week Samsung announced the Galaxy Watch alongside the Galaxy Note9. The new wearable switches from the Gear branding of its predecessors in order to make the company's portfolio of products more consistent from that point of view. Today the companion app has been updated in the Play Store to also reflect the name change. Farewell Samsung Gear app, hello Galaxy Wearable. The new version should support the Galaxy Watch, as well as work on Android devices running the latest version of the OS - namely Pie. That was one of the oversights so far, the last version of the Gear app did...



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Huawei Mate 20 Lite images show three colors: Black, Gold and Blue
Tue, 14 Aug 2018 22:00:01 +0200

The press images of the Huawei Mate 20 Lite left out a color option - Blue. Good thing that the rumor mill doesn't sleep. The Mate 10 Lite followed the same recipe: Black, Blue, Gold. The P20 Lite came in Black, Blue and Gold as well, but also had a Rose Gold version dubbed "Sakura Pink." Huawei P20 Lite color selection TENAA revealed most of the specs for the Huawei Mate 20 Lite: 6.3" 1080p+ screen (19.5:9), Kirin 710 chipset, 20+2MP dual camera on the rear and 24+2MP on the front. There may be two versions, one of which will potentially have an under display fingerprint...



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Oppo F9 Pro specs detailed in leaked sales pitch
Tue, 14 Aug 2018 20:30:01 +0200

The Oppo F9 Pro, which will launch on August 21 got all of its key features revealed through a leaked sales pitch. The leak consists of two sheets of paper with the main specs listed along with the reasons to buy the F9 Pro. Those include the new Gradient Color Body, which changes its color with the lighting, the 6.3-inch FHD+ screen with the water drop notch for the 25MP selfie camera. That camera is also listed with its AI 2.1 which provides HDR and vivid mode for livelier photos. Oppo F9 Pro sales pitch, image source: Slash Leaks The 16MP + 2MP dual rear camera is also...



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DisplayMate: Samsung Galaxy Note9 has the best display ever
Tue, 14 Aug 2018 19:15:01 +0200

Everyone interested in mobile phones knows that Samsung makes one of the best - if not the best - OLED panels. Every Samsung flagship for years has offered great viewing experience, so no wonder every OEM wants to get its hands on the Korean firm's crisp OLED displays. But how good is the recently announced Galaxy Note9's panel? Well, according to DisplayMate, it's the best so far. Just like every Samsung flagship since the Note 4. For yet another year the Korean company has managed to outdo itself. As always, the Note9 went under extensive testing and broke a few records along the...



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US officials prohibited from using ZTE and Huawei devices
Tue, 14 Aug 2018 18:15:01 +0200

The President of the United States has just signed the Defense Authorization Act into law that prohibits any US official to use a device by ZTE or Huawei. The ban includes any devices that handle user data, which is basically every product of the two Chinese manufacturers. The document also states that employees, companies, agencies, and contractors must get rid of their current devices and replace them. The Act comes after the deal between ZTE and the Commerce Department of the US. The Chinese manufacturer was saved from going bust after paying hefty fines and replacing the Board of...



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