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Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 unofficially pops up again with 18:9 screen

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 unofficially pops up again with 18:9 screen

You can definitely tell that 18:9 is the new black when even mid-range smartphones are starting to sport them. The latest to join that group is Xiaomi, whose Redmi Note 5 has yet to be even announced. But like many smartphones these days, almost everything about the phone has been leaked, one way or another. The latest comes from e-tailer Oppomart, who doesn’t exactly have a track record of accuracy in pre-release information. But, together with what we’ve seen so far, it is pretty much what you can expect.

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OnePlus 5 will soon be discontinued

OnePlus 5 will soon be discontinued

OnePlus has done it again. It has brought out a flagship device at half the flagship price. And it has also ruffled the feathers or some of its own loyal fans. Although the gap between the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T is now just a wee bit longer than the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T, so is the gap between features. And with the news of OnePlus unsurprisingly phasing out the OnePlus 5, buyers of the early 2017 flagship are naturally left wondering whether they have just waited a few more months after all.

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Galaxy X leaked by none other than Samsung itself

Galaxy X leaked by none other than Samsung itself

While some companies will stop at nothing to prevent their flagship devices from leaking out ahead of time, Samsung takes a more laid back approach to leaks. For all of its major devices over the past few years, it seems that Samsung has had its hand in at least a few leaks, and with the rumored Galaxy X, things are no different.

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Should I trust the OnePlus 5T?

Should I trust the OnePlus 5T?

As the OnePlus 5T is released worldwide, we've discussed the lifecycle of each OnePlus device - and the software updates therein. Upon setting out the entirety of OnePlus' short company history, it's clear that this is no ordinary brand. Updates come quicker in some areas, and not at all in others - this is no Apple, that's for sure.

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Galaxy S9 may equip iPhone X innards

Galaxy S9 may equip iPhone X innards

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 both have facial recognition abilities, but not to the degree the Galaxy S9 might. A new report suggests that Samsung is currently in the process of sourcing their own 3D-sensor, not entirely unlike what Apple has in the iPhone X. But what would Samsung do to differentiate themselves further from their competitors - surely not continue to rely on curved edge displays alone?

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One of Pixel 2’s most annoying problems is getting fixed

One of Pixel 2’s most annoying problems is getting fixed

Ever since the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL launched, there have been numerous reports of problems plaguing the handsets. Some of these issues are more severe than others, but one problem was particularly annoying. Shortly after launch, Pixel 2 users reported hearing a high-pitched sound or clicking noise when they placed the phone to their ear and the display was on.

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Pokemon GO Thanksgiving event is tiny, but more is coming

Pokemon GO Thanksgiving event is tiny, but more is coming

This Thanksgiving in Pokemon GO, Niantic's announced that users will have the opportunity to earn rewards. Last year's Thankgiving event, bonuses where given to all those players walking and catching Pokemon during the holiday where exercise is needed the most. This year Niantic decided that users need to exercise an extreme amount just to - possibly - maybe - EARN those rewards, the hard way.

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Honor 7X cuts bezels in budget Android

Honor 7X cuts bezels in budget Android

Huawei's budget brand Honor wants in on the "bezel-less" action, and it's the Honor 7X that's going to do it. Follow-up to the Honor 6X, the new Android smartphone keeps the dual cameras and surprisingly premium design and materials - given the price - but then throws in a significantly larger display.

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Project Fi wants you to refer new subscribers for a cause

Project Fi wants you to refer new subscribers for a cause

Technology, especially information technology, has become part and parcel of modern life that it has also become one of the essential services that need to be restored in times of disasters and crises. Google and parent company Alphabet have made efforts to leverage its resources and clout towards improving the deployment of IT services in such instances, like Project Loon’s recent operation in Puerto Rico. To increase both awareness as well as funds for such goals, Google launched a new “Fi it Forward” referral program, with a small donation attached, so that everyone wins in the end.

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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp launches globally this week

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp launches globally this week

Just in time for the Thanksgiving, which usually means a lot of time to kill, Nintendo will be fully opening the Animal Crossing floodgates this week. It’s third major mobile game, Animal Crossing: Pocket Edition will probably be even more of niche title compared to Super Mario Run and Fire Emblem Heroes, which could make it a huge gamble for the gaming giant. At the same time, Animal Crossing: Pocket Edition could be the perfect title to introduce a younger generation of would be gamers to Nintendo’s name.

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Honor V10 leaked specs hint at a last-minute 2017 flagship

Honor V10 leaked specs hint at a last-minute 2017 flagship

With the launch of the OnePlus 5T, you might presume that all the 2017 racehorses have been accounted for. Prepare to make a recount, because the Honor V10 has yet to be announced next week. Although relatively less known than its parent company Huawei, the Honor V10 could make you think twice. Because, for all intents and purposes, the Honor V10 will rank together with the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, give or take some differences, like the price tag.

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Pokemon GO Global Catch event needs 3 billion catches in a week

Pokemon GO Global Catch event needs 3 billion catches in a week

Pokemon GO has been credited, half in jest, to have gotten usually sedentary people walking again. And bumping into structures or getting into accidents. Some players, however, have taken the game to heart, sometimes traveling miles or even to other countries to catch ‘em all. Capitalizing on that, Niantic Labs has is making “Pokemon GO Travel” a formal thing. And it is kicking things off with a nearly impossible Global Catch Challenge that will last until November 26.

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