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LG V20 again going for $399.99 in US

Last week, retailer B&H was offering the LG V20 for $399.99. In case you missed that deal for some reason, you'll be glad to know that the device is again available for the same price. This time Daily Steals is offering the promo. It's worth mentioning that the device is listed for $499.99, but you can bring this figure down to $399.99 by using the promo code LGV20DS at checkout. It's the 64GB model (US996) that's on offer. Color options include Titan and Silver. No information on when the deal ends, so those planning to avail it may have to act fast. Head to the Source link below...



Nokia 3.1 goes on sale in US

HMD had announced last week the Nokia 3.1 will go on sale in the US on July 2. Well, the day has arrived and inline with what was promised, the device is now available to purchase in the region. Retailer Best Buy has the handset in stock, and is selling it for $160. Available color options include black. Amazon was also listed as the official sales partner for the Nokia 3.1 in the US, but a quick look at the phone's listing on the retailer's website reveals the device is "currently unavailable." Aside from Best Buy and Amazon, B&H also has a Nokia 3.1 listing, but the device is...



Supernova Red vivo V11 Pro is now official

Two weeks ago we heard about vivo V11 Pro arriving in Red and today the rumors became reality. The company listed the device in its new color, called Supernova Red, on Amazon India. The price is INR25,990 for the 6/64 GB version, which is exactly the same offer as the Dazzling Gold or Starry Night gradient options. The vivo V11 Pro is called vivo V11 at any other market aside from China where it carries the moniker X21s. The phone has a 6.41" AMOLED screen that comes with UD fingerprint scanner and a small waterdrop notch for the 25 MP selfie camera. There are two memory options of...



Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon 700 series chipsets with a focus on AI

In the electronics world, artificial intelligence has become a "do or die" proposition. All chipset makers have their own solutions and Qualcomm just kicked off the price race - AI isn't just for flagships anymore. The company announced a new Snapdragon 700 line of chipsets that will bring the advanced AI capabilities of the 800 series into a more affordable package. We don't know the exact specs yet, but the new chip will use Kryo CPU cores and an Adreno GPU (plus Spectra ISP and the Hexagon vector processor). The 700 chips will be twice as fast in AI tasks compared to a Snapdragon...



Honor claims to be No. 1 e-brand in China, shows impressive growth globally

While the people were captivated the Honor View 20 announcement - the first phone with a 48MP camera - the Huawei offshoot took the opportunity to show how much it has grown. It claimed the title of "No. 1 Smartphone E-brand in China" (as in one focused on Internet retail). It topped Xiaomi both in number of phones sold and in generated sales. This is based on the last 9 quarters (so just over 2 years). Honor also claims 150% growth in the overseas market. It is among the leading brands in Europe and is showing impressive in India and Malaysia. The Honor View 20 is also the...