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Samsung Galaxy Note8 in Deepsea Blue launching in the US next week

The Deepsea Blue color version the Samsung Galaxy Note8 will become available in the US on November 16 (Thursday next week). It joins Midnight Black and Orchid Gray to become the third hue you can choose from. It will be sold exclusively on Samsung.com and Best Buy (both online and in their stores). The good news is that both options let you pick up an unlocked phone or a carrier-specific version for AT&T, Verizon or Sprint. Samsung Galaxy Note8 in Deepsea Blue Currently the Galaxy Note8 officially sells for $950 (unlocked), though you can get up to a $300 discount if you trade...



Canalys: Smartphone shipments in Europe decline, Xiaomi makes the top 5

Canalys released its quarterly report on smartphone shipments in Europe and the numbers do not look good. Overall shipment fell 6.3% between January and March, with British, French, and German markets declining 29.6%, 23.2% and 16.7%, respectively. The entire Western part of the continent declined 13.9% to 30.1 million total shipments. The picture is brighter in Central and Eastern Europe which grew 12.3% to a total of 15.9 shipments, with Russia seeing a huge 25.4% jump. Canalys went into detail about leading manufacturers and their performance throughout the first quarter of...



ZUK confirms Z2 Pro coming on April 21th

Turns out the rumors were true, as the new ZUK phone that the company will unveil on April 21 is indeed the Z2 Pro. This was revealed in a set of official teasers. In case you missed, the company had recently teased a new smartphone (image shown below), which in all likelihood is the Z2 Pro. As for the specs, the Z2 Pro is rumored to be powered by Snapdragon 820 SoC, and sport a full HD display. It'll come in 3GB and 4GB RAM options and will have 32GB of internal memory. The phone will have 13MP rear camera and a 5MP front shooter. It will run Android 6.0.1 out of the box. There's currently no information on what price tag it will carry.

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You can sell your iPhone X at 68% of its value just a week before the new one arrives

Do you know that there's a website that can tell you when the best time to sell your smartphone is? It's called MusicMagpie and you can find most of the popular models in there. There's even ranking with smartphones that have lost value the most within the first year of their launch and one that shows which depreciated the least. According to the website, iPhones have retained its original price the most with the iPhone X topping the chart. The latter even set a record by retaining 68% of its original price even though we expect the new iPhones to be announced as early as next...



Xiaomi Redmi 5 review

Xiaomi's Redmi line has become synonymous with quality Android experience on a budget with a good reason. It is nearly impossible to beat the up and coming Chinese manufacturer's value propositions, especially if you live in a Xiaomi-covered market.