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Xiaomi Mi A2 review

The Xiaomi Mi 6X has finally gone global and we have a play date with the international Mi A2. Some big shoes it has to fill - the Mi A1 was such a well-rounded yet affordable smartphone that it would regularly feature in our review conclusions as the main alternative for a wide range of competitors. Can the Mi A2 top that?

Huawei launches Red Honor 7X internationally, adds a Gray color too

Valentine's Day may be over, but that doesn't mean we no longer want red phones. Huawei is bringing the Red limited edition of its Honor 7X to the global stage (after it already launched in the US). And there's a surprise - there's a Gray version too. Yup, the Honor 7X launched in Black, Blue and Gold, but no Gray (a pretty popular color). There's a catch, though, only 20,000 units will be made of the Red and Gray versions. If you're interested, the phones are available "in select markets" at a price of £270 - same as the regular colors. There's another catch, though - regardless of...

Facebook may soon allow you to post animated GIFs in comments

For Facebook users who are also a fan of GIFs, here's some good news: the social networking service may soon start supporting animated GIFs. To begin with, users would be allowed to post GIFs in comments. "Everyone loves a good GIF and we know that people want to be able to use them in comments," a Facebook spokesperson said. "So we're about to start testing the ability to add GIFs to comments and we'll share more when we can, but for now we repeat that this is just a test." Initially, the feature will be made available to only a small number of Facebook users, and if the feedback is...

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Prototype leaks

We are just a couple of days away from the formal launch of the Galaxy Note 10 series. But, just prior its release, a sharp-eyed traveler in China appears to have captured the prototype model of the Note 10+ in the video. The video was later broadcasted on China’s Weibo. In the video, we can view a user playing about with the Note 10+ prototype and its UI. Like previously seen in renders and leaks, the smartphone carries a Really high screen to body ratio with the selfie digital camera placed on the top center of the screen. Whereas the screen appears to be flat in the video, it’s going due to the fact the curves are hidden by the case. Prototype models are typically pretty effectively covered by cases and that looks to be applicable Right here as well. The Galaxy Note 10+ is shaping up to be one of the suitable screen to body ratio phones this year. The smartphone is said to include a top and bottom bezel of just 2mm and 3.7mm respectively. Even the side bezels are said to be limited to just 1.5mm leading you a real full-screen performance. If you remind, we have already seen the gadget in action prior in a hands-on video. The smartphone is said to function a 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen with QHD+ resolution. There really should be either Snapdragon 855 Plus or Exynos 9820 inside depending upon the region. At the back, anticipate to find a quad-camera option with 12MP f/1.5-2.5 variable aperture major camera, 12MP f/2.1 telephoto lens, 16MP ultra-wide lens, and a ToF scanner. Like for the battery, there should be a large 4300mAh capacity one under with 45W fast charging. Source

Unlocked Galaxy S7 can now be yours for just $399.99

Sure, the Galaxy S8 became official this week and it's impressive and exciting and already up for pre-order. Yet it's only going to be shipping in mid-to-late April, so maybe you don't want to wait that long to have a new high-end smartphone in your hands. Or perhaps you don't necessarily care for the latest and greatest (and Infinity Display-est). What then? One option would be to go for last year's flagship. You'd expect this to become cheaper as the new model replaces it. And you'd be right. In fact, at the moment you can snag a brand new, unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7 for just $399.99....