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Huawei Mate 20 X takes Pro out a new gaming door

Huawei Mate 20 X takes Pro out a new gaming door

This week Huawei surprised their audience with a smartphone OTHER than the one that'd been leaked. They revealed the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, sure, but they also showed off a new Huawei Mate 20 X. This new Mate 20 X came with a 7.2-inch OLED display with a 5000mAh battery under the hood and a triple-lens camera system on its back similar to the Pro. This massive device also rolls with a new Huawei M-Pen.

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Palm made a beautiful, ridiculous mistake of a new phone

Palm made a beautiful, ridiculous mistake of a new phone

The brand Palm revealed a new "phone" today that looks nice and has very little reason to exist. Much in the same way the first wave of smartwatches' first job was to solve a problem that did not exist, this first Palm smartphone for the year 2018 is tiny, beautiful, and quite unnecessary. It has a 3.3-inch display and it's coming to Verizon this November!

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Galaxy S10 and the foldable phone tablet hybrid

Galaxy S10 and the foldable phone tablet hybrid

The big release in 2019 for Samsung will remain the Samsung Galaxy S10, as we expected - but there's something else going on. According to the CEO of Samsung Mobile, we've got another smartphone to look forward to - one that won't be quite so traditional as the company's headline handset. This next-gen smartphone will be able to fold, and not just on standard hinges. It'll work as both a smartphone and a tablet, in one device that'll fit in your pocket.

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Samsung: Folding phone won’t be Galaxy Round or S10

Samsung: Folding phone won’t be Galaxy Round or S10

This week Samsung renewed its promise to bring a foldable Galaxy smartphone to market - with a few details attached to said promise. Samsung's been working on next-generation displays for the past several years, having brought devices with curved displays to market since 2013 and "bended" displays (like the Galaxy S9 with its Infinity Display edges) to market since 2014. This week Samsung's suggested that not only will they bring foldable displays to market in a phone, they'll make them more than just a concept - and more than just a flash in the pan.

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SuperScreen Kickstarter fails, takes $2.5M down the drain

SuperScreen Kickstarter fails, takes $2.5M down the drain

Crowdfunding projects work - sometimes. Transcendent Designs' SuperScreen is not an example of a successful crowdfunding project. The group collected pledges of over $2.5-MILLION USD and 1.5 years after the end of the campaign, it's gone. No delivery of a final product was made, and no refunds will be made (according to the campaign's creator.) Let this be a good reminder: Giving money to companies for products that do not exist is a bad idea.

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro leaked in full (save that battery)

Huawei Mate 20 Pro leaked in full (save that battery)

Basically every detail was leaked this week on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. This smartphone has a unique sort of look to it, featuring three cameras on its backside with an LED flash to make a square camera array. This device has a nearly full-body display up front, with a long notch to house its cameras and frontside speaker.

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The next Samsung Galaxy seems too strange to be real

The next Samsung Galaxy seems too strange to be real

This morning a new set of details were leaked showing the newest Samsung Galaxy smartphone in (nearly) its full glory. This smartphone has at least one camera up front, per usual, but a whopping FOUR cameras at its back. These cameras all sit above a single LED flash and nearby a centered fingerprint scanner. The details paint a picture of a phone that seems more like an early stage conceptual industrial design than a final product.

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Pixel 3 freebie disclaimers: The fine print

Pixel 3 freebie disclaimers: The fine print

Today Google launched the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL with a couple of pretty enticing freebies onboard. One was a half-year of YouTube Music Premium for free, the other was unlimited photo storage with Google Photos (including original size photos and video, etc). Let's talk about the limits to these enticing bits before you jump in headfirst!

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Google just said goodbye to old Jelly Bean Androids

Google just said goodbye to old Jelly Bean Androids

Google's Chrome app is one of the most popular web browsers in the world - especially on mobile devices. Whenever the app has an update, we draw closer to a time at which older devices will no longer be supported. Today is one of those days. The latest version of the Chrome web browser app for Android removes support for Android 4.1-4.3 Jelly Bean.

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Samsung just dropped a big Galaxy phone launch change

Samsung just dropped a big Galaxy phone launch change

The Samsung Galaxy S10 might have a new device to launch alongside if today's news sticks. One report suggests Samsung's new reveal date for the Samsung Galaxy F (or whatever it'll be called) is no longer inside the year 2018. Instead, this foldable Galaxy smartphone's reveal date - and subsequent release date, will sit squarely in the "Early 2019" range.

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New Sony Signature Series audio hardware is flashy and expensive

New Sony Signature Series audio hardware is flashy and expensive

Sony showed up to the Rocky Mountain International Audio Fest with a number of high-end audio products in tow. The new hardware and accessories include a two sets of in-ear monitors, a pair of over-the-ear headphones, and new top-of-the-line earbuds and a digital music player. Regardless of which product catches your eye, you're going to be paying a significant amount of money to take them home.

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Moto G7 leaks, looks like the new silver budget king

Moto G7 leaks, looks like the new silver budget king

This morning the Motorola Moto G7 was leaked in images and video format. These images and video come from a source that's been largely (if not entirely) accurate in his leaks for the past several seasons. As such, we have very little reason to believe these are anything but basically 100% accurate in their size, shape, and general look.

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