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Samsung J720F to launch as Galaxy J7 Duo

At the beginning of 2018, a Samsung phone with the SM-J720F moniker appeared on Geekbench and GFXBench and we thought the phone is going to be called Galaxy J8 (2018), following the trend of unifying names that the Korean company started. According to some code obtained by one of our readers, the phone will appear under the name Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo in India. Bootloader and file system of Galaxy J7 Duo One of the images, the bootloader screen, reveals the first thing you'll see once you power on the device. It has 16:9 ratio and 1280 x 720 pixels, meaning the Galaxy J7...



Week 33 in review: Oppo F9 and R17, Motorola P30 debut

Week 33 ended up pretty busy with Oppo, Motorola and Xiaomi all announcing new hardware. Three phones and a tablet isn't a bad return, considering it's the middle of the summer. Meanwhile, most pieces of the Pocophone F1 puzzle fell in place ahead of its August 22 announcement. The Huawei Mate 20 trio was also frequenting the rumor mill and even the Galaxy S10 got some spotlight despite being half a year away from officialdom. The Galaxy Note9 on the other hand got its display inspected and pronounced the best in the world. Oh and it got a special version by Caviar with 1kg of gold....



Samsung Galaxy J6 with Infinity Display reaches the FCC

Like a younger sibling, the Galaxy A series has been getting hand-me-downs from the S series, things like the Infinity Display. Now the junior J series is getting some too - the FCC published its report on the Samsung Galaxy J6, including a few screenshots. 18.5:9 screenshots from the Samsung Galaxy J6 These screenshots clearly show an 18.5:9 screen, the mark of an Infinity Display. Naturally, on-screen controls have taken over from the retired hardware keys. This probably means a fingerprint reader on the back as well. Unfortunately, the FCC wasn't kind enough to publish...



Plastic can be durable – Pocophone F1 torture test confirms it

The Pocophone F1 took the Android community by a storm thanks to its flagship worthy specs and exceptionally low price. But of course, to achieve such low price tag, the company had to cut some corners along the way and in this case, it's the build materials. The whole chassis is made of plastic - including the side frame - which raised some concerns over its durability. Well, the latest JerryRigEverything sees the smartphone undergo all the usual torture tests and pass them with flying colors. We all know the trade-offs and the gains of owning a plastic smartphone, but this one...



Check out the Huawei Mate 10 Pro benchmark results

Huawei unwrapped its new Mate 10 flagships yesterday, which market the debut of the Kirin 970 chipset - a beast built around four Cortex-A73 and four Cortex-A53 processing cores, a Mali-G72 graphics processor and, in the case of the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, 6GB of RAM. We were there, front seat, to watch Huawei's global event unfold and managed to test out the Mate 10 Pro in a number of synthetic benchmarks so that you guys can see how it compares to the other flagships out there. Before we start with the scores, let's delve a bit deeper into the Hisilicon Kirin 970 inside the Huawei...