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Galaxy Note 8 dummy unit reveals the phone from every angle

Galaxy Note 8 dummy unit reveals the phone from every angle

The Galaxy Note 8 was just bared for all to see in the form of a dummy model. Images of the dummy unit were posted on the Chinese website Weibo, and they reveal the handset from every angle. Assuming we're seeing an accurate representation of the phone, there's really nothing left to wonder about, at least as far as the design is concerned.

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Polaroid’s new phones are (maybe) named after Cosmo Kramer

Polaroid’s new phones are (maybe) named after Cosmo Kramer

Polaroid has introduced a pair of new smartphones, and they're both seemingly named after the Seinfeld character Cosmo Kramer. Called the Polaroid Cosmo K and Cosmo K Plus, both phones are being introduced in Mexico alongside a tablet called the Jet C7. Did Polaroid say specifically that they're named after Cosmo Kramer? No. But it's hard to imagine the name was inspired by any other.

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Nokia 8 Bothies aren’t the camera gimmick we wanted

Nokia 8 Bothies aren’t the camera gimmick we wanted

Selfies are mundane and so Nokia is hoping to shake things up with a camera feature it has dubbed 'bothies.' If you pronounced that in your head as 'bah-these,' you're not the only one, but that's not what Nokia is going for. Pronounced 'both-eez,' the name refers to recording/shooting with both of a phone's cameras at the same time, combining the content into a single photo or videos.

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iPhone 8 ‘Blush Gold’ tipped as name of leaked copper color

iPhone 8 ‘Blush Gold’ tipped as name of leaked copper color

Last week, we got a look at an iPhone 8 dummy unit that featured a coral sort of color -- kind of copper, kind of pink, a touch of bronze, but not quite any of those things. Now a new source has surfaced claiming the name of that color will officially be 'Blush Gold,' indicating it is a pinkish shade of gold that differs from the existing Rose Gold option Apple offers for the iPhone 7.

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LG V30 Plus with 128GB tipped to launch alongside regular model

LG V30 Plus with 128GB tipped to launch alongside regular model

We're nearing the launch of the LG V30, and a new report indicates we'll see both the regular version and a Plus variant of this phone launch at the same time. According to this report, the company will launch both phones at the same time and then release them on September 15, at least in the South Korean market, pitting them against Samsung's similar and highly successful Galaxy S8 handsets. We know this phone will boast an aperture never before seen in smartphones, but the sum total of its features is still up for speculation.

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iPhone 8 mass production will kick off in mid-September

iPhone 8 mass production will kick off in mid-September

Production of the iPhone 8 will start in mid-September, according to a recently surfaced analyst's research note, with the anticipated handset launching alongside the iPhone 7s next month. Though the anniversary edition of the iPhone 8 will be available at the same time as the iPhone 7s models, it is tipped that quantities of the OLED model will be very limited initially at only 2 to 4 million units.

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T-Mobile JUMP! On Demand tweaked: upgrade your device every 30 days

T-Mobile JUMP! On Demand tweaked: upgrade your device every 30 days

T-Mobile just made a big change to the device upgrade program it introduced in 2015. According to the carrier's JUMP! On Demand support page, which was edited on August 2, customers now have the option to upgrade to a different device every 30 days, this despite the 18-month agreement they enter into initially. The new upgrade option is only available for the hottest phones on the market, though, meaning you're stuck with your budget handset for a while.

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T-Mobile Revvl leaks on carrier’s website: launch tipped as next week

T-Mobile Revvl leaks on carrier’s website: launch tipped as next week

T-Mobile is going to launch its own phone called the Revvl, and it has just appeared on the carrier's website ahead of its official debut. The product page, which is still live on the site and may have been made visible intentionally, reveals some of the handset's specs including a 5.5-inch display and support for the carrier's 4G LTE network. A separate leak seemingly reveals the launch date.

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Netflix HDR arrives on Sony Xperia XZ Premium

Netflix HDR arrives on Sony Xperia XZ Premium

Netflix's HDR video support has finally expanded beyond just the LG G6, officially going live on the Sony Xperia XZ Premium. This marks the second Android phone to support Netflix's HDR feature, bringing a higher quality to one's mobile watching. Back in May, Netflix on Android brought Dolby Vision support to the LG G6, the first in what will no doubt be a steady rollout over time.

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ASUS Zenfone AR: 5 reasons you want this phone

ASUS Zenfone AR: 5 reasons you want this phone

The ASUS Zenfone AR is officially available to buy from Verizon, and you may be considering picking one up yourself. If you're still on the fence, take note: there's a lot to like about this phone, which was first launched back during CES 2017 (hands-on here). As its name suggests, this phone brings with it augmented reality capabilities, but what, exactly, does the phone offer to make it so appealing? Here are five key things.

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Galaxy S8 Active confirmed accidentally by AT&T

Galaxy S8 Active confirmed accidentally by AT&T

Following numerous leaks and renders, the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active has been confirmed by AT&T itself, marking the first time we've seen near-official proof that this phone is indeed in the pipeline. A note about the phone briefly appeared on AT&T's website as one of three eligible phones for a new promotion. Since gaining attention, it appears AT&T has removed the listing from its page.

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BLU phones banned on Amazon over spyware concerns

BLU phones banned on Amazon over spyware concerns

Budget phone brand BLU is back in hot water after a security company has claimed that it found spyware on some of the maker's phones. This isn't the first time BLU has been accused of including spyware on some of its handsets, something it vehemently denied to the press today. In a statement issued this evening, the company said, 'there is absolutely no spyware or malware or secret software on BLU devices.'

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