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Samsung Galaxy A8+ (2018): Hands-on video, manual reveal all

Samsung Galaxy A8 and A8+ (2018): model number Thanks to the user manual uploaded by Samsung itself in its online database, we can take a first look at the Galaxy A8 and A8+ 2018 presentation. The models are labelled SM-A530 and SM-A730 respectively. Samsung Galaxy A8 and A8+ (2018): identical design In …

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Honor aims to conquer the global market: will it succeed?

Honor’s grand strategy Remember Genghis Khan, who with his long beard (although not a hipster) led his armies to conquer Asia, including China, arriving in Russia, the Middle East and part of Eastern Europe and building one of the greatest empires in history? Replace 1180 with 2017 and the brave Mongolian leader …

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5 apps you can’t miss this week

Get it on the Play Store. YouTube Go YouTube finally has a lite version, and it’s called YouTube Go. With YouTube Go you can download videos for later viewing, which is particularly convenient for those who want to download over Wi-Fi when they don’t have a lot of mobile data allowance left. The …

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Best Android phones of 2017: Our top picks of the year

Jump to section: The best of the best The best alternative choice The best price-performance ratio The best battery life The best for photography The best under $500 The best under $250 The best compact phone The absolute best: Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ The best phone on our list …

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Fitbit Ionic review: The sporty smartwatch

Design and build quality As far as I can tell, the Fitbit Ionic is not the best looking smartwatch on the market. The Ionic follows the tradition of the Blaze with its square dial. In everyday life, it goes rather unnoticed, so it should be fine for a wide range of people. However, …

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Power users: Which of these 8 smartphones suit your style?

Last week I wrote about how we have this cellphone revolution on our hands where a mid-range smartphone can handle the majority of tasks for a large part of the population. However, premium, top-of-the-line, and other trailblazing devices still have their place in the hearts of those who insist on …

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Sony’s 2018 re-invention: Smaller bezels, better camera

If you use a Sony Xperia smartphone in 2017, people often laugh at you, call you old-fashioned and always ask why you chose a Sony smartphone in the first place. There are so many better smartphones on the market, especially ones with a higher screen-to-body ratio. These arguments are understandable, but …

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How to get paid apps for free on Android

Before we continue, it’s worth pointing out that free apps may cost in other ways: as one study discovered, ad-funded apps can use an average of 79 percent more mobile data than the ad-free equivalents. If you’re on a limited monthly mobile data plan, choosing the “free” version of an app …

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