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Samsung offers its own BOGO deal for the Galaxy S8 when you activate a T-Mobile line

Earlier this month, T-Mobile started offering a Buy One, Get One free (BOGO) deal on the Samsung Galaxy S8. That, however, involved you waiting to receive a prepaid debit card in the mail, which contained the amount you had initially paid for one of the phones. Now Samsung itself is upping this game. The company's official US online store has a BOGO deal of its own, and this one is slightly more interesting in that your original method of purchase will simply be refunded - no bill credits or prepaid cards to be sent in the mail, nothing like that. So here's what you need to do. Go...



Honor 7X to get face unlock soon

Huawei sub-brand Honor has confirmed that the new Honor 7X smartphone will soon get facial recognition and unlocking. In a press release, the company said the feature will be made available through an upcoming update. For its part, Honor is claiming that "this is the first time such functionality will be available globally at the $199 USD pricepoint." The update in question will be rolled out sometime this quarter (Q1, 2018), the press release said. This comes just a day after the company announced that a new limited edition Honor 7X Red will be launched just in time for...



Xiaomi releases four Mijia branded Refrigerators in China

Chinese conglomerate, Xiaomi has an ever-expanding portfolio of products that ranges from smartphones, to personal mobility vehicles, to home appliances. Announced today the company has unveiled four new refrigerators under its Mijia brand in its home country, China. As seen with another offerings from Xiaomi in the past, the newly introduced refrigerators carry an aggressive value tag. In terms of storage capacity, the smallest model has a ability of 160 litres while the largest model has a ability of 486 litres. Out of 4 models, the 2 most affordable models have a traditional design with 2 doors and 3 doors, and are developed for people who live alone or have a family of 2 members. On the other hand, the 2 high-end models have a side-by-side design and are developed for large families. Out of those models, one has 2 large doors that resemble and almirah whereas the other model with 486 litres of memory with 4 doors. Mijia branded Refrigerators 2 The price for assorted versions based upon their memory capacity is listed below: 160 litres (two doors): CNY 999 210 litres (three doors): CNY 1599 483 litres (two doors): CNY 2999 486 litres (four doors): CNY 1999 All 4 refrigerators from Xiaomi Mijia have tempered glass shelves and LED lighting for illuminating the memory area when the door is in open position. Besides, they are capable of working under a assorted range of power which will safeguard their crucial sections in the occasion of voltage fluctuation. The two high-end models also have a display screen mounted on the door front what could be used to monitor the temperature of various components or regulate settings. In addition, those variants Furthermore support Xiao AI voice-guided commands. To lure in customers, Xiaomi will offer a warranty of 3 years/36 months to customers who order these refrigerators in the first sale what is scheduled for 10 PM on the 15th of October. Users interested in checking out Xiaomi’s device page for those refrigerators can do so by clicking Below.



Alleged LG V30 front panel shows a dual-selfie cam

Dual camera phones are out in force, but LG - which is partly responsible for the current craze - may top the competition with dual dual cameras. You see, the LG V10 had a dual camera on the front, the V20 had a dual camera on the back... so the V30 should have dual cameras on both sides, right? An alleged photo of LG V30's front panel definitely shows two holes for selfie cameras. Sure, it tells us nothing about the back, but with the G5, V20 and now G6 having dual cameras, what are the chances that LG will go back to a single main cam? This panel shows something else too - the...



Galaxy S9 and S9+ pre-orders start in Canada as well

Although they only go up for pre-order in the US on March 2, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ have already entered that phase up north in Canada. Interestingly, the S9 and S9+ are cheaper at launch in Canada than their predecessors were last year, when the S8 went for CAD 1,035 and the S8+ commanded a price of CAD 1,115. So at least in some parts of the world the rumored price hike for the new handsets hasn't panned out. The Canadian versions use the Snapdragon 845 chipset like those intended for the US, and not Samsung's own Exynos 9810 which can be found in devices sold elsewhere....