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Oppo A85 pops up on TENAA

The last month was rich in Oppo launches. First, we saw the A83 pop up, then the Oppo F5 Youth without Google services arrived in China with an Oppo A73 moniker. Now another phone is about to join the A series - Oppo A85. That's seemingly going to be a very affordable device as it even lacks a fingerprint scanner. Oppo A85 from all sides The front panel has a 5.7" TFT LCD with HD+ resolution of 1440x720 pixels. The Oppo A85 will have octa-core CPU, clocked at 2.5 GHz, paired with 4 GB RAM on the chipset. There is also 32 GB internal storage and a slot for microSD for up to...



FCC certifies the Xiaomi Mi 5X and its 3,000mAh battery

Things are lining up for the Xiaomi Mi 5X launch - the date is set (July 26) and leaks have given us a peek at the specs and the looks of the phone. Perhaps the final hurdle - an FCC certification - has been cleared, so we're all ready for launch. The certificate goes into detail about the battery side of things - 3,000mAh Li-Po power pack charged over a USB-C cable by a 10W adapter (5V @ 2A). That, combined with the rumored Snapdragon 625 chipset, should result in a solid battery life. Even though specs info remains unofficial, people are lining up on Mi.com - 250,000 people have...



1.5 billion logged-in monthly users use YouTube

VidCon is ongoing in the Los Angeles area where YouTube announced some of its latest statistic numbers on stage. VidCon is a convention where famous YouTube stars can meet their adoring fans and YouTubers can check out the latest gear and inspiration for making videos. YouTube's CEO Susan Wojcicki gave some metrics about the ongoing success and growth of YouTube. The most notable number was that YouTube has 1.5 billion active monthly logged-in users. Given that many folks may not even be logged into the YouTube, the actual number of monthly YouTube users is even higher. The...



Amazfit GTR smartwatch with 74 day battery life from Huami

Huami just launched the Amazfit GTR smartwatch yesterday, and it’s been warmly received. Apparently Huami is moreover fairly happy about the compact wearable, as they’re still trumpeting its features about. The manufacturer is especially proud of the Amazfit GTR 47mm’s battery life, what they claim can go to up to 74 days on a single charge. It might seem like a ridiculous number, mainly due to the fact it really is. Of course, the caveat is that you require to run it in basic mode, however it’s still a quite impressive feat. Basic mode removes most of the overall performance from the smartwatch, keeping only the base essentials. On normal mode, the product can last up to 24 days on a charge, what is yet superb. The Amazfit GTR 42mm might not be like Good like the 47mm, but it’s Additionally with no slouch. The compact wearable could last up to 34 days on basic mode, which means you only require to charge it once a month. The normal mode battery life is Additionally fairly Fantastic at 12 days. Only needing to charge your smartwatch once every two weeks is still Very perfect. The usual versions of the Amazfit GTR 42mm is valued at 799 yuan ($116), although the limited edition swarovski model will go on sale for 999 yuan ($145). The Amazfit GTR 47mm aluminum alloy and stainless metallic variants go for 999 yuan (US$ 145), while the titanium version and Iron Man special edition are priced at 1399 yuan (US$ 203). All of individuals are in the world for order starting Presently in China. Via

LG V40 tipped to be codenamed Storm

The code name for LG's next V series smartphone has been revealed. The usually reliable tipster Evan Blass took to Twitter to reveal that the V40 is internally codenamed Storm. LG V40 is codenamed Storm. pic.twitter.com/fNqLUdNzsP— Evan Blass (@evleaks) April 20, 2018 Sadly, @evleaks didn't reveal anything else about the device, including its pricing and availability information. For now, what's confirmed is that the LG G7 ThinQ will be made official on May 3. Plus, a V35 ThinQ is also said to be coming. It's reasonable to expect the V40 will arrive after these...