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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G leaks via dev page

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G leaks via dev page

The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G was leaked today via Verizon with a full set of specifications and imagery that leaves little to the imagination. Samsung's not yet "officially" revealed this device, though we've seen quite a bit about it and the details of its hardware and software abilities from a set of leaks over the past few weeks. This device has a 6.5-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz image refresh rate, rain and dust resistance, and a design that should be rather familiar.

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OnePlus Nord N10 5G is coming to the US with a new camera

OnePlus Nord N10 5G is coming to the US with a new camera

OnePlus fans in the US dying to get their hands on a more affordable smartphone might not have to wait much longer. That said, they might not also be getting the original OnePlus Nord experience that was announced a few months back, though that shouldn't be a surprise by now. It isn't all bad, however, because if this latest leak drop is to be believed, the OnePlus Nord N10 5G might actually offer a better package than the first OnePlus Nord.

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AT&T 5G mobile hotspot blends sub-6, mmWave and WiFi 6

AT&T 5G mobile hotspot blends sub-6, mmWave and WiFi 6

AT&T is launching a new 5G mobile hotspot, promising higher-speed data for your laptop, tablet, Nintendo Switch or whatever else while on the move. The Netgear Nighthawk 5G Mobile Hotspot Pro will be compatible with both AT&T's sub-6 GHz 5G and the faster millimeter wave service it brands "5G+" in a number of locations.

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OnePlus 8T renders suggest it gave into the camera box trend

OnePlus 8T renders suggest it gave into the camera box trend

While Apple fans are literally counting down the hours before the next iPhones are revealed, some Android faithful are counting down the days when another affordable flagship tries to make its case. OnePlus is expected to reveal its second premium phone of the year in a few weeks and it could be one of the biggest changes it has ever made to its product line, from dropping the Pro variant to moving away from stock Android to finally giving in and adopting a still divisive design trend.

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ZTE Axon 20 5G under-display camera trick revealed in macro shot

ZTE Axon 20 5G under-display camera trick revealed in macro shot

ZTE claims to have successfully pulled off what other companies like Samsung are taking forever to do. Of course, we're still waiting for hard, real-world evidence that the Axon 20 5G's under-display camera is all that it's advertised to be. ZTE is wasting no time trying to prove that it's theory is sound but one pair of photos may reveal just exactly what the ZTE Axon 20 5G's under-display camera looks like, up-close, personal, and with a flat color background.

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Apple Event confirmed for September 15: Time Flies

Apple Event confirmed for September 15: Time Flies

Apple has confirmed the date for its next big event, with a live-stream kicking off on September 15, though exactly what's on the agenda remains to be seen. The big unveil is most likely to see the new Apple Watch break cover, with an Apple Watch Series 6 model upgrading the current version. However it won't be like most iPhone events.

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Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Exynos, Snapdragon models still have performance gaps

Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Exynos, Snapdragon models still have performance gaps

Samsung may have one of the most powerful Android phones in the market today but it also has some of the most expensive. There are definitely other options around with almost the same raw power, or even better, but some might argue that you are getting what you pay for. That might not actually be the case for Samsung's flagships, which may have different processors inside and even a different cooling system. And while the prices might be the same, JerryRigEverything's test shows the performance definitely isn't.

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The FCC did the math on ousting Huawei and ZTE from US carriers. Spoiler – it’s a LOT

The FCC did the math on ousting Huawei and ZTE from US carriers. Spoiler – it’s a LOT

The FCC has done the math on just how much it might cost to remove Huawei and ZTE equipment and services from US carriers, and it's bad news if you thought it might be as simple and cheap as unplugging a few routers and switches. Last year, the FCC warned carriers getting government funding that they would no longer be able to order network tech from the two Chinese companies.

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 series to get 5G capability next year

Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 series to get 5G capability next year

Qualcomm may have the lion's share of the smartphone processor market but there is still one segment that it doesn't have a firm grasp on. On the lower and budget tiers, MediaTek's processors are often the go-to solutions, often because of their affordability rather than their features. With MediaTek aggressively pushing its 5G-capable Dimensity processors on high and middle tiers, Qualcomm is now trying to hit where it hurts by promising a 5G Snapdragon 400 series chip next year.

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Expect iPhone 12 5G confusion tips ominous mmWave report

Expect iPhone 12 5G confusion tips ominous mmWave report

Only one of Apple's 2020 iPhone 12 models will support both of the 5G types currently used in the US, a new report claims, potentially leaving many owners unable to tap into the fastest data rates. Expected to be announced around September or October, as the iPhone 12 series, all models of Apple's latest smartphone are believed to have 5G. However not all types of 5G are created equal.

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T-Mobile USA gets LG Velvet 5G exclusive

T-Mobile USA gets LG Velvet 5G exclusive

This week the folks at T-Mobile USA announced they'd be selling an exclusive iteration of the LG Velvet. They'll have the only LG Velvet "on the first 5G chipset from MediaTek." Whether that'll make a big difference to consumers looking for low-price, high-value Android smartphones from T-Mobile is yet to be seen.

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Acer Spin 7 5G laptop taps Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 for “multi-day” battery

Acer Spin 7 5G laptop taps Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 for “multi-day” battery

Acer has revealed its latest notebook, and while the Spin 7 may look like a regular convertible, inside there's something that sets it apart from the rest of the company's range. The first laptop to use Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G platform, it eschews x86 processors from Intel and AMD, looking instead to the lengthy battery life and connectivity that our smartphones enjoy.

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