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Motorola Moto X4 now available in Japan

The Motorola Moto X4 is now available in Japan. The device is listed on Amazon Japan for JPY 58,103, or $510. Shipments are set to begin tomorrow, or October 28. The handset made its debut back in August at this year's IFA conference, with Europe becoming the first market to get it. The next country to get the Moto X4 will likely be India, where the phone is expected to go on sale November 13 onwards. Amazon Japan | Via

Xiaomi celebrates 5 million Redmi Note 4s sold in India

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 has grown to 5 million sales in India. Back in March, it celebrated over 1 million units sold in 45 days and sales have remained strong since. To mark the occasion, Xiaomi created the world's largest grain mosaic (using millet, the namesake of its phones). The mosaic covered an impressive 6,000 square feet. Besides promotion, the company did some charity work as well, donating 40 tons of grain to help feed 500,000 people. Check out the video below to see the mosaic come to life. It has some star power with cameos from the women's cricket team (including captain...

Huawei Watch 2 Classic is now available in the US for $369.99

Following the release of the Huawei Watch 2 last month, the Huawei Watch 2 Classic is now available for purchase in the US too. This model comes with less sporty looks, as the name implies. It has a stainless steel chassis and a hybrid leather and rubber strap. Aside from design, it's pretty much identical to the non-Classic version, sporting a 1.2-inch 390x390 AMOLED touchscreen, 4GB of storage, 768MB of RAM, the Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset at the helm, and a 420 mAh battery. It runs Android Wear 2.0 and it's IP68 certified for water and dust resistance. The Huawei Watch 2 Classic...

Nokia 2 Review

Nokia 1 to 10 - a Nokia for everyone. The portfolio's expansion continues into the the entry-level segment with the Nokia 2 - a budget model if there ever was one, priced around the $100 mark.

Best Apps and Games of the Week

Microsoft To-Do Following the acquisition of Wunderlist back in 2015, Microsoft has now released its own to-do list app. Built by the same team that worked on Wunderlist, Microsoft To-Do is a simple and straightforward to-do list app that lists all your tasks for the day front and center. You can tap on the items to mark them as complete. As the day ends, the list is cleared and a new page is created for the new day. Any tasks you may have missed go into the suggestions section and from there you can add them to your current day's tasks with a quick tap. The app is currently available...