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LG V50 ThinQ 5G goes high-speed on Sprint first

LG V50 ThinQ 5G goes high-speed on Sprint first

LG is bringing its first 5G phone to Mobile World Congress 2019, with the LG V50 ThinQ 5G promising ultra-fast connectivity on Sprint later this year. The carrier exclusive will tap into Sprint's developing 5G network, while also aiming to prove that just because you support next-generation wireless, doesn't mean you have to be heavy and unwieldy.

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Microsoft HoloLens 2 official: $3,500 AR headset still isn’t for you

Microsoft HoloLens 2 official: $3,500 AR headset still isn’t for you

Microsoft HoloLens 2 has been revealed, a smaller, more powerful version of the augmented reality headset, complete with a much larger field-of-view. The company also unveiled a new cloud-connected camera, the Azure Kinect, which could power checkout-less stores, production lines, and more.

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BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition gets striking look and storage bump

BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition gets striking look and storage bump

There may not be a brand new BlackBerry phone for Mobile World Congress this year, but there is a new color, with the BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition adding a striking hue to the line-up of QWERTY phones. The new finish joins the fairly sober silver and black versions of the KEY2 that have been on sale for some time now.

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TCL DragonHinge wants affordable folding phones and more in 2020

TCL DragonHinge wants affordable folding phones and more in 2020

TCL doesn't have a folding phone yet - but it does have the hinge for one. In fact, the new TCL DragonHinge paves the way for a whole new line-up of folding, flexible form-factors, spanning through wearables through to smartphones and tablets.

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Nokia 9 PureView promises next-gen photos from 5 cameras

Nokia 9 PureView promises next-gen photos from 5 cameras

The Nokia 9 PureView is official, and HMD Global's decision to resurrect the beloved PureView photography brand brings with it a full five cameras on the back. Rather than sheer megapixels like the original PureView cameras were known for, this new Android smartphone takes a different approach. In fact, HMD partnered with Light to deliver the goods.

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Huawei Mate X revealed: 5G foldable phone looks stunning

Huawei Mate X revealed: 5G foldable phone looks stunning

It's hard to find words to do the Huawei Mate X justice, the company's first folding smartphone coming so close to resembling a sci-fi movie prop that it's hard to believe it will soon go on sale. Like the Samsung Galaxy Fold revealed last week, the Mate X transforms from the form-factor of a regular, everyday smartphone to a significantly larger device, similar in scale to a tablet yet arguably more manageable in the hand.

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Huawei MateBook 14 hands-on: Familiar style, bigger screen

Huawei MateBook 14 hands-on: Familiar style, bigger screen

Huawei's MateBook 13 distilled some of the charm of the MateBook X Pro into a more affordable model last year, and now Huawei aims to do the same with the MateBook 14. Making its debut at Mobile World Congress 2019, the 14-inch notebook slots in-between Huawei's X and D series, with a handsome - if, ahem, MacBook reminiscent - sandblast-finish metal body with diamond-cut chamfers.

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OPPO 10x lossless zoom to challenge market Goliaths

OPPO 10x lossless zoom to challenge market Goliaths

OPPO may not always be making the smartphone headlines, aside from the unique OPPO Find X with its elevating cameras, but it has always been putting out interesting and desirable components that eventually make their way to its smartphones. Its Super VOOC, for example, is still the fast charging tech to beat. Right at the start of MWC 2019, the Chinese manufacturer has unveiled its latest masterpiece, a 10x lossless optical zoom that could make DxOmark's top-ranking phones green with envy.

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Snapdragon X55 5G modem: Why – and when – you’ll be using it

Snapdragon X55 5G modem: Why – and when – you’ll be using it

5G smartphones won't be in short supply at Mobile World Congress 2019 next week, but Qualcomm is already announcing its second-generation 5G modem, the Snapdragon X55. Successor to the Snapdragon X50 that, along with the Snapdragon 855 chipset, is expected to be at the heart of the first round of 5G Android devices, the new modem is arguably even more important.

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Sony MWC 2019 teaser confirms CinemaWide 21:9 display

Sony MWC 2019 teaser confirms CinemaWide 21:9 display

Sony's smartphones haven't generated much hype for a few years now, hinting at the brand's declining popularity. Once notorious for having the worst leakage problem among OEMs, it almost seemed that tipsters and leaksters have lost interest in Sony's upcoming phones. This year could be different, though, mostly thanks to Sony weird design choice. And thanks to its own official teaser for MWC 2019, we can now indeed expect its next smartphones to have ultra-wide, or ultra-tall, screens.

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LG foldable phone on hold as safer 5G takes focus

LG foldable phone on hold as safer 5G takes focus

LG plans to take a wait-and-see approach to foldable phones, company execs suggest, potentially sacrificing a spot in the first wave of bendable handsets as it waits to see how the market evolves. The company will instead focus on 5G - likely to be a more predictable and widespread hit with consumers - as it bides its time with more unusual form-factors, despite rivals like Samsung embracing the new technology.

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Another Xiaomi Mi 9 event just appeared to battle Galaxy S10

Another Xiaomi Mi 9 event just appeared to battle Galaxy S10

There's a bit more information - and some very clear, extremely vibrant photos of the Xiaomi Mi 9 out there this morning, courtesy of the company itself. They've made clear they intend to show the Xiaomi Mi 9 in the immediate future, not only at an event on February 20th, but again on February 24th, too. What better way to put the crunch on Samsung than to hold two events where one event just won't do the trick?

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