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Xiaomi just tease the Mi Mix 4

In October last year, Xiaomi had unveiled the Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 smartphone and its 5G edition was noted in Europe in the previous month. Through a fresh Weibo post, the company has teased the arrival of a new Mi MIX series smartphone. Might it be the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4? Neither the teaser nor the Weibo post has any mentioning of the Mi MIX 4 moniker. However, the image suggests that it is the next flagship model in the series. In October 2016, Xiaomi had released the Mi MIX concept smartphone with ceramic rear and tri-bezeless screen. The Mi MIX 2 that was launched in November 2017 came with the exact design. The smartphone was succeeded by Mi MIX 3 in October 2018. It had came with a slider design which allowed it to boast a higher screen-to-body ratio. The manufacturer had Additionally announced the Mi MIX 2S as an upgraded edition of the Mi MIX 2S in March 2018. There is no confirmation on whether the company has any plans to launch a smartphone with Mi MIX 3S moniker. The arrival of Mi MIX 3S seems to be unlikely because it has week ago introduced the Mi MIX 3 5G edition. Maybe, the company could be hinting the arrival of the Mi MIX 4. The Mi MIX smartphones are usually unveiled in soon fourth quarter of the year. Now that the manufacturer has launched a teaser for an upcoming Mi MIX phone, it shows that the Mi MIX 4 may first public appearance soon this year. Each generation of Mi MIX series have valued surprises in design. Thus, the Mi MIX 4 is coming to suggests a higher display space than the Mi MIX 3. It is also gossiped to come with triple sensor option equipped with a periscope lens. A recent report had unveiled that the Xiaomi could soon announce the Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 5G cameraphone in China. It is commendable to wait for further news to confirm whether the company could be teasing the Mi MIX 3 5G edition for China or the Mi MIX 4 with a surprising fresh design. (source)



The new Pixel 2 phones support USB-PD up to 27W

If you're picky about your USB accessories (like me), you may check if it's approved by Google software engineer Besnon Leung. He has some good news about the new Pixel 2 and 2 XL - they support up to 27W charging! For that you will need to buy a compatible USB Power Delivery charger. The phones ship with an 18W charger (same as the original Pixels) that promises 7 hours of mixed usage with just 15 minutes of charge. Imaging how much more you'll get out of a 27W charger! If you get the new Pixelbook, it comes with a 45W charger that is compatible (at a lower power level, of course)....



Gmail for Android getting ‘snooze’ and ‘mark unread from here’ features

Google just gave Gmail's web UI a major revamp. And now, it's coming to light that the service's Android app has also received a couple of new features: snooze and mark unread from here. Ability to snooze emails has been one of the highlights of the Inbox by Gmail app, and it's good that the company has now brought over the functionality to the standard Gmail app as well. For those who aren't aware, using Snooze, you can hide an email until a specific time in future (see screenshot below). Then comes the Mark unread from here feature, which lets you mark an email thread as...



Differences between the Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy Note 5, and Galaxy Note 4

Two new high-end phablets were announced by Samsung today, the S Pen-equipped Galaxy Note 5 and the curved screen-equipped Galaxy S6 edge+. Both of them have similar features and hardware specifications, with only two differences distinguishing them from each other. If you are a Galaxy Note 4 owner, there are the differences between your current phablet and the two devices that were unveiled today. (more…)

T-Mobile announces ONE Military plans for veterans and active duty

T-Mobile announced its new initiative to help support members of the military both veterans and active duty. The carrier announced new discounts for military customers and promises to hire 10,000 veterans and military spouses over the next five years, the biggest hiring pledge T-Mobile has ever made. T-Mobile is also funding to expand FourBlock's Career Readiness Program for 20 cities and the program will launch online for the first time. The program helps veterans transition from the military back into civilian life by helping them find career opportunities with top companies and...