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Nokia 3310 arrival in United States trumped by carriers

Nokia 3310 is the talking point in the last week after HMD Global announced the return of the legend. Well, it's not really a legend since it's quite the different device than what the original 3310 was back in its day and is not really a return since it won't get to the United States right away. The reason - carriers over there do not support the 900 MHz GSM band. Nokia 3310 (2017) Nokia 3310 (2017) is a simple phone many would love to give to their grandparents or kids since it is practically indestructible. American children and old folks would have to wait for the 2G...



Gmail ‘Nudges’ now available on Android as well

Google recently added a new feature - dubbed Nudges - to Gmail. It reminds you to reply to emails you may have missed and follow up on emails for which you haven't received a response. Nudges have been working on the Web client for those with the updated Gmail design. And now the feature is live on Android as well. You'll see a new 'Nudges' option in the menu under your email address. Tap on the 'Reply and follow up' sub-option to select the type of nudge you want to enable. It seems to be a server side switch as the option has popped up in the existing Gmail for Android...



Nokia 2 briefly listed on US retailer’s website

The upcoming entry-level Nokia 2 smartphone was briefly listed on a US retailer's website. The Best Buy listing - which has since been taken down - not only revealed the device is coming to the US, but also gave away the phone's pricing - $99 - and color options (black and white). The phone recently got certified by authorities in Russia and is expected to go official sometime next month. Leaks so far claim the Nokia 2 features onscreen buttons, which is unlike other Nokia-branded smartphones from HMD. Other rumored specs for the phone include Snapdragon 210 or 212 chipset and a...



Xiaomi Redmi 4A Smartphone

Hi guys, So here is the review of Redmi 4A. (more…)

The LG G6 has over 40,000 pre-orders in Korea

The LG G6 is yet to officially hit stores, but interest is already high. The rounded-display smartphone has been available for pre-order in its home market, since last Thursday (March 2) and interest looks nicely high. The company boasts over 40,000 units, already pre-ordered. This figure trumps most initial sales predictions and there are at least a few factors that could have contributed to this. For one, LG's plan to move its launch ahead of Samsung's Galaxy S8 pair seems to be working great. Not only should initial units start going out to their eager owners in South Korea, as early as...