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Double protections anti-drop bumper back case for Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 / Note 4X
3D relief pattern, nice look and non-slip surface
Foldable phone bracket design for watching movies
Fully covered edges protection, scratch resistance
Precise cutouts for all buttons and ports
The OnePlus 5 is almost here - to be unveiled on June 20 and go on sale June 22. A leaked video ad from India confirms the sales date as well as Amazon exclusivity. Unfortunately, the ad ends before revealing what everyone wants to know - the price. Rumored to start at $480, the 5 will be the most expensive OnePlus yet. It does offer the best Android chipset with a whopping 8GB of RAM and (as the ad points out) a cool dual camera. Perhaps even a 4,000mAh battery (the ad is mum on this one and it doesn't align with the CEO's promise of thinness). The OnePlus 5 should arrive in China...
Meizu India had a massive event today, bringing the Meizu 16th and Meizu M6T to the Indian market. Meizu 16 The Meizu 16th is actually a new name for the Meizu 16 China, while the company is trying to position the less powerful Meizu 16X as Meizu 16 on the global scene. And yes, it's really confusing, but the 16X is not coming to India at this point so it should be easier to make sense of it all. Either way, the Meizu 16th has a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage and fancy 12 MP + 20 MP rear camera setup. It also arrives with in-display fingerprint...
Clearly one of the big buzzwords of 2017 in mobile will be HDR. More and more device makers will choose to have their high-end products support HDR video, and they're obviously hoping to influence your buying decisions by getting to brag about that. The company to start it all was LG back when it announced the G6, which - you guessed it - supports HDR video. Up until today, however, you haven't been able to take advantage of that in perhaps the most fitting app for the purpose: Netflix. Good news, though, for the streaming giant is now in the process of releasing a new version of its...
Adobe Photoshop Express received a cool new update that adds some useful features including automatic perspective correction, vignette effect and the option to share multiple images directly from the gallery. To be honest, the vignette effect isn't an entirely new feature - it adjusts the brightness around the edges of the photo and most of the photo editing apps out there support it. Nevertheless, it's good to see it coming to the Photoshop Express as well. The automatic perspective adjustment, on the other hand, is pretty cool in situations where the photo is a bit tilted and...