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First flash sale of nubia Red Magic ends in seconds

Yesterday was a big day for nubia sales when the ZTE subsidiary announced a bunch of flash sales on JD.com. One of them was the initial launch of the Red Magic gaming phone, which saw all its 10,000 units sold out in exactly 37 seconds. The Red Magic phone was one of three devices, selected by nubia fans to appear for a flash sale, with the other two being the new Z18 mini and last year's flagship Z17S. The price tag of CNY2,499 ($399) and CNY2,999 ($479) did not stop nubia fans from depleting the stock in no time. Next flash sale will take place on Tuesday, May 1 at 10 AM....



AT&T’s LG G5 finally gets Android Nougat update too

Following in the footsteps of Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, and US Cellular, today AT&T has finally decided to push the update to Android 7.0 Nougat to the LG G5 units it's sold. Since the first batch of G5 units started tasting this treat back in November of last year, it's definitely a case of "better late than never" for AT&T here. The update is rolling out over-the-air, and it's going to be a 1.5GB download so you'll have to grab it via Wi-Fi. It comes with the January 1 security patch level, build number NRD90U, and LG software version H82020j. As always, it might take a few days...



Deals: Samsung Galaxy Note9 discounted, accessories bundle too

After a couple of eBay deals on the Galaxy Note9, it's now Amazon's turn to slash some prices. The latest offer also brings some friends over as Samsung is throwing the wireless charging stand and free 2018 Gear Icon X Bluetooth earbuds too. The asking price for the Ocean Blue color with 128GB of storage is $1,136 with all the accessories included while the Lavender Blue sells for a little less - $1,096. Understandably, not all of you are looking for extras and if you are in for the handset alone, Samsung is offering the Note9 in Lavender Purple with US warranty for just $918. The...



Google Home gets price cut in time for Mother’s Day

Google's voice-activated speaker Home has received a price cut in the United States. The Google Assistant-powered device is currently going for $114, which is down $15 from its usual price of $129. The discount is not only available on the Google Store, but several third-party retailers like Best Buy, Newegg, and Verizon are also offering similar deals. It's worth mentioning that Newegg's deal also includes a $20 promotional gift card . For more information on individual deals, head to the corresponding links below. Google Store | Best Buy | Newegg | Verizon | Via



Xiaomi to release Mi AIoT Router with Wi-Fi 6 support

Just like 5G is the new network usual, there is moreover a new generation of Wi-Fi tech called Wi-Fi 6. Wi-Fi 6 brings upgrades in speed (9.6Gbps against Wi-Fi 5’s 3.5Gbps) and far more. Today, Xiaomi announced its initial Wi-Fi 6 router, the Mi AIoT Router AX3600 alongside the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. The Mi AIoT Router AX3600 is a flagship router powered by Qualcomm’s IPQ8071A chipset and paired with 512MB of RAM and 256MB of memory. The cpu has 4 Cortex-A53 cores and is clocked at 1.0GHz. It Furthermore has a 1.7GHz dual-core NPU for network acceleration what is why it is marketed like a 6-core chip. Xiaomi says up to 248 devices can be connected to the router. Xiaomi to launch Mi AIoT Router with Wi-Fi 6 support 2 The router has 7 high-gain antennas. One of the antennas is an IoT device antenna, 2 are 2.4GHz antennas and the remaining 5 are 5GHz antennas. Devices could connect via 2.4GHz or 5GHz networks. Xiaomi says the AIoT antenna In addition supports dual-frequency and provide speeds of up to 150Mbps for IoT products. When in comparison to the Mi Router AC1200, the fresh router is 155% faster. Xiaomi to launch Mi AIoT Router with Wi-Fi 6 support 3 The router In addition supports OFDMA tech (Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access) which will allow the router to send information, to multiple terminal products using only one transmission. Other routers that don’t support OFDMA have to send data via multiple transmissions which is less efficient. Regrettably, the terminal gadget has to support OFDMA too. Xiaomi to launch Mi AIoT Router with Wi-Fi 6 support 4 The Mi AIoT Router AX3600 works with the Mijia app and setting it up is easy. The device automatically detects IoT devices about you and permits you to set up a one-click configuration for easy connection. You can Additionally use the dedicated WiFi App what has presently been updated to version 5.0 that brings new attributes such like real-time notification whenever a product connects or disconnects from the network. Xiaomi to launch Mi AIoT Router with Wi-Fi 6 support 5 The router supports WPA3 security protocol and IPv6. It has four ethernet ports on the back and ships with a 12V 2A power adapter The fresh router has a price tag of ¥599 (~$86) and ships in black. It is out there for reservation on Mi.com however there is with no info on after it will begin shipping to owners. Via