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Nokia 3310 (2017) goes on sale in the UK

The Nokia 3310 (2017) was a surprise hit at MWC this year because people mix up nostalgia for their own past with nostalgia for products that were available in said past. So for many, the 3310 brought back nice memories - once being young, for example. And HMD Global, the company now making Nokia phones, is all too happy to take (some of) your money for enabling all that. If you are in the UK and can't imagine living one more day without a phone that isn't smart, nor very useful, then by all means run to your closest Carphone Warehouse or Vodafone store. All of those should have the...



Amazon drops Echo Show price by $30

Amazon has dropped the price on its flagship Echo Show by $30, taking it from the original $229.99 to the new $199.99. The price drop comes shortly after the launch of new Echo products, with an updated Echo, and two new Echo devices, the Echo Plus and the Echo Spot. The Echo Show was launched a few months back and was the first Echo device with a display. Along with having all the features of the regular Echo, the Echo show also has the ability to play back videos from various services, as well as make video calls to other Echo Show users. However, recently, Google famously...



Weekly poll results: camera phones get a pass on humps, everything else better be flat

Most people don't care for humpback phones... unless they are camera phones. Last week's poll on the matter revealed a 2:1 preference for flat phones, but the simple yes or no vote doesn't tell the whole story. Looking through the comments reveals a fairly common sentiment - "I don't mind a hump, if it's for a great camera". Unfortunately, extra-large camera sensors are not the reason behind modern humps, instead they are caused by extra-thin phones. Even those that are okay with the camera want it to flow into the design. Everyone has their favorites, but plenty of examples were given...



Huawei confirms Kirin 980 will be 7nm and will power the Mate 20 series in October

Huawei, by way of CEO Richard Yu, has confirmed that the Mate 20 series will launch in October and will be powered by the Kirin 980 - the world's first commercially available 7nm chipset. The new chipset will be 20% faster and 40% more efficient that the Kirin 970. It will reportedly have processor cores that peak at 2.8GHz. Huawei will announce the Kirin 980 at the IFA congress in Berlin in a few weeks. We'll get the full details then. As for the Huawei Mate 20 series, it will consist of the Mate 20, the Mate 20 Pro and the Mate 20 Lite. We know very little of the Mate 20,...



Xiaomi Watch Pro with a circular dial is coming

The Xiaomi Watch will release tomorrow along the Mi CC9 Pro ad the Mi TV 5 series. Map up for the price of the watch, there is compact else we don’t already have idea about the smartwatch whose design borrows several leaves from the Apple Watch. If you, like me, do not as the Xiaomi Watch’s design, then there is pleasant reports. Serial leaker and blogger @Digital Chat Station has revealed that there will be a Xiaomi Watch Pro with a circular dial. However, you will have to wait like it is not to arrive until a couple of months after the launch of the standard model. Xiaomi Watch Pro with a circular dial is coming 2 This is surely thrilling announcement for everyone irrespective of whether you like the design of the standard version or not. The Xiaomi Watch Pro will undoubtedly bring more than just a alternative design. It may perhaps arrive with a far more powerful processor, maybe the yet-to-be-announced Sd Wear 3300 what explains why it won’t launch tomorrow. Xiaomi Watch Pro We could In addition anticipate far more RAM and greater onboard storage. It will, of course, run MIUI for Watch just like the usual version, have an eSIM, NFC, and probably a larger battery capacity with support for wireless charging, a function the usual version seems to be missing. Digital Chat Station does mention in his post that the Xiaomi Watch will price tag ¥1299 (~$185), so the Xiaomi Watch Pro really should cross the $200 mark. We have with no reason to doubt the source seeing as his leak about the Xiaomi Watch turned out to be accurate weeks prior we heard anything about the gadget. Source