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Nokia 3310 gets the teardown treatment

Several days ago we saw a durability test of the Nokia 3310 (2017). A follow-up with a teardown of the featurephone reveals that the device can be disassembled in seconds. The device is held together mostly by plastic and metal clips. After removing the battery cover and the power cell itself, just six screws are holding together the back panel to the motherboard. Unscrewing them takes seconds and from then on it is just LEGO for tech geeks. The mainboard is one piece, and everything is soldered together. If you damage your 3.5 mm jack or microUSB, you'll have to change the whole...



Here’s a render of Samsung’s Wireless Charger Duo for the Note9 and the Galaxy Watch

Roland Quandt just tweeted some revealing renders of Samsung's Wireless Charger Duo we showed you last week, which is supposed to come alongside the Galaxy Note9 and the Galaxy Watch. This is how the charger with model number EP-N6100 looks outside the box - it has room for the phone and the smartwatch. But there's more. Another pad with different model number EP-P3100 looks a lot like the pad for the smartwatch on the big charger. The EP-P3100 charger We can't be sure for now whether this is an entirely separate device or we are looking at a modular dual wireless...



Top 10 trending phones of week 41

The record keeps going and we mark sixth straight week of changing leaders in our trending chart. Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro started hitting more and more markets and claimed the top spot from fourth last week. It edged out the Pocophone F1 that sits at second, while the three-cam Galaxy A7 (2018) completes the rostrum. The 1.5-year-old Samsung Galaxy S8 made a very surprising surge to fourth, overtaking last week's leader Nokia 7.1. Honor 8X made its European debut and that helped it join our weekly Top 10, while Week 40's runner up Realme 2 Pro is slid down to seventh. The final three spots...



Meizu M6S is coming on January 17, specs leak on AnTuTu

Meizu was expected to launch the M6S (also rumored as Blue Charm S) in the last weeks of 2017, but that got postponed to January. Today media representatives received an invite for an event on January 17 at the Beijing National Convention Center. The Meizu M6S invite, hidden in a blue brick The phone is expected to be the company's first device with 18:9 ratio screen, and it will have HD+ resolution, as seen in some live images. It will most likely have a fingerprint scanner on the side, making it the first Meizu phone without a home button on the front. Official...



Rumor brings Xiaomi Mi 6C details and images

The Xiaomi Mi 6C has resurfaced, this time with renders and more details. A mid-range version of the Mi 6 flagship, this one aims for a price of CNY 2,000, down from CNY 2,500 for the high-end model. That's for the 4GB/64GB model, the 6GB/128GB is CNY 2,500. It features an aluminum body with slimmed down bezels - side bezels are 2.5mm wide, top bezels could be as small as 10mm. However, the body is 0.2mm thicker than the Mi 6. The front is covered by 2.5D glass and there's no 3.5mm headphone jack. The camera only appears to be alone - apparently, the black window next to the LED flash...