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OPPO Reno 2 revealed with Z and F models to battle OnePlus, Xiaomi

OPPO Reno 2 revealed with Z and F models to battle OnePlus, Xiaomi

Today the OPPO Reno2 (or Reno 2, if you prefer) was revealed in several iterations. This smartphone has a 6.5-inch AMOLED display (16.5cm) with 2400 x 1080 pixels, a screen-to-body ratio of 93.1-percent, and a motorized pop-up front-facing camera. There's also a collection of four cameras on the back of each of the different OPPO Reno 2 models - 48MP & 8MP & 13MP & 2MP and a dual LED flash in the mix. If these specs seem familiar to you, you're not alone!

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Alienware 55-inch OLED 4K Gaming Monitor will cost you $4k

Alienware 55-inch OLED 4K Gaming Monitor will cost you $4k

Today Dell and Alienware revealed the Alienware 55 OLED Gaming Monitor, the first 55-inch OLED Gaming Monitor in the world, per Dell. This device has fast IPS (in-plane switching) tech, 120Hz variable refresh rate, and 0.5ms (gray-to-gray) response time. Up front it's all gaming business, around back it sports Alienware's newest industrial design ethos in full effect - it's simple, yet bold, and it rolls with AMD Radeon FreeSync technology under its hood.

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Your next 3 iPhones

Your next 3 iPhones

This week a pair of leaks and/or insider analysis reveals essentially made the case for Apple's next several major iPhone releases. What's different about these bits of information from the normal day-to-day leak is their relative un-interesting nature. The tipped iPhone changes don't seem very far-fetched, and not particularly world-shaking in the grand scheme of things - which makes them all the more likely to come to pass. Over the next several years, here's how Apple's next few iPhone lineups will likely look.

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HTC Vive Cosmos (2019) details updated

HTC Vive Cosmos (2019) details updated

This week the folks at HTC revealed more details on the release model for HTC Vive Cosmos, their newest VR headset. This machine has a "flip-up halo design" so users can pop in and out of VR without removing the entire unit. It's also got a new vented front design that "keeps air flowing so users can stay in VR for longer without fatigue and stay cooler."

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Galaxy Watch Active official: Blood Pressure Monitoring in play

Galaxy Watch Active official: Blood Pressure Monitoring in play

The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active was revealed this afternoon by Samsung at their big Galaxy S10 event. This device is very similar to the Samsung Galaxy Watch in many respects, but it's less expensive, and it's got the ability to monitor your Blood Pressure. This device also comes in a number of interesting colors and rolls with a wide variety of official watch bands right out the gate.

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Huawei Watch GT hits USA for $200 with top-battery release

Huawei Watch GT hits USA for $200 with top-battery release

Inside the United States, Huawei's finally brought their Huawei Watch GT to market with a two-hundred-dollar price tag. This device is not like previous Huawei wearable devices - it's not running a Google-made software. It does not have Wear OS or Android Wear or anything like that. Instead, it runs LiteOS, a software made by Huawei specifically for wearable devices such as this.

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Samsung Flexible OLED display coming to iPhone 11

Samsung Flexible OLED display coming to iPhone 11

This week industry sources suggested that Samsung Display reached an agreement with Apple to supply iPhones with flexible touch OLED. These same sources said that it's likely the next iPhone will work with flexible touch OLED displays. It's likely Apple will only use this flexible OLED display on one singular iPhone, while the rest will continue to use slightly more traditional means of touchscreen tech with displays as separate components.

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Samsung can’t resist the notch – in fact it now has several

Samsung can’t resist the notch – in fact it now has several

Samsung may have been one of the display notch hold-outs so far, but that won't last, with new Infinity Display panels promising to further annoy those who can't stand screen cut-outs. The fresh additions to the company's AMOLED line-up were previewed at SDC 2018, Samsung's annual developer event, today, expanding the existing Infinity Display brand with several new options.

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Samsung foldable phone gets an official preview date

Samsung foldable phone gets an official preview date

Samsung will preview just how its foldable smartphone will work next week, the company has confirmed, as it counts on new form-factors to lift plateauing mobile sales. The company has been known to be working on a folding phone for some time now, generally known as the Galaxy X, though exactly how it will operate and what specific advantages it might offer over a traditional device have been closely-kept secrets.

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Vertu returns from bankruptcy with $14k phone

Vertu returns from bankruptcy with $14k phone

Vertu has a new Android smartphone, and they've priced it at around $4,000. It would seem that their brush with bankruptcy has not changed their tendency to think top-tier, exclusive, high-end, and so forth. The Vertu Aster P costs a lot of money because the Vertu brand positions itself as a high-end luxury hardware creator - certainly not because it can do anything technical a $300 phone can't match.

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2018 iPhone Apple Pencil support tipped as upgrade argument gets clearer

2018 iPhone Apple Pencil support tipped as upgrade argument gets clearer

For quite some time now, rumors have been claiming that Apple will launch three iPhones later this year. That isn't the most wild claim to make considering that Apple did the same thing in 2017, but in any case, the general consensus seems to be that we're getting a repeat of the three-phone line up in 2018. Today, analytics firm TrendForce delivered its predictions for 2018's iPhone line, and once again, we're seeing the claim that there will indeed be three phones for consumers to pick from.

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Galaxy X foldable smartphone sees Samsung fight its natural inclinations

Galaxy X foldable smartphone sees Samsung fight its natural inclinations

Samsung has a folding phone challenge. On the one hand, the smartphone-maker can't afford to rush its flexible smartphone - colloquially, though unofficially, known as the "Galaxy X" - to market and risk it being underwhelming. At the same time, however, the company's addiction to being first out of the gate with new technologies leaves it paranoid that rivals might beat it to the finish line.

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