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The Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 will support 5G networks

Xiaomi co-founder and president Lin Bin has been taunting other brands (and teasing consumers) with how awesome the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 is going to be. First the Oppo Find X-like pop-up camera now 5G support. His latest photo shows the phone with its status bar reading "5G". The phone is in front of what appears to be a 5G testing station, "NR5G" refers to to the 5G New Radio standard, which encompass the sub-6GHz and mmWave technologies. The N257 band specifically is in the 28GHz band, so it's mmWave tech (the faster, but shorter range of the two technologies). Qualcomm already has two...



ZTE nubia M2 Play debuts with a wide-angle selfie camera

ZTE has added the latest piece to its M2 puzzle - the nubia M2 Play. It sits lower than the M2 and closer to the M2 Lite. The ZTE nubia M2 Play has a metal body with curved glass on the front. Housed underneath the glass are a fingerprint scanner and a 5.5" 720p LCD with 274ppi. nubia M2 Play Powering the nubia M2 Play is a Snapdragon 435 chip with an eight-core Cortex-A53 processor (split at 4x1.4GHz and 4x1.1GHz), an Adreno 505 GPU and 3GB of RAM tasked with handling your apps. In comparison, the nubia M2 Lite uses a Helio P10 chipset with a similar octa-core processor...



Motorola Moto G6 to be available in US starting today

The Motorola Moto G6 smartphone will be available in the United States starting today. Carrier Verizon will be offering it for $240 outright. Of course, you can also opt for monthly payments - in that case you'll have to pay $10 per month for a period of 24 months. The G6 Play, on the other hand, is already available. Boost Mobile is selling it for $130. The G6 Plus, as already confirmed by Motorola during the official unveiling, won't be available in North America. Availability details from other carriers are awaited. Please note the Verizon page (Source 1 link below) is currently...



iPhone XR’s build quality is on par with the XS, durability test reveals

The new iPhone XR is out on the street and as expected all kinds of reviews, teardowns and durability tests have come along with it. The latest durability test from JerryRigEverything is here to reveal a somewhat predictable turn of events. Sure, the iPhone XR might be affordable to Apple's standard but with a price tag of $750, we can only treat it as a high-end smartphone. And luckily, its build quality proves it is in fact a high-quality device. Except for the small fact that Apple still advertises sapphire glass on its camera lens while it clearly isn't. The good news is that...



Galaxy S8 red tint is no big deal, Consumer Reports says

Some early adopters complained of reddish tints on the screens of their new Galaxy S8 units. Samsung immediately reacted and said it would issue an update over the next several days. Now, independent testing company Consumer Reports has shared its two cents on the matter saying that the problem is not that serious. Consumer Reports got its hands on eight Galaxy S8 devices, four of them with the tint out of the box. The testers claim the problem can be seen when two devices are positioned next to each other. The red-tinted screens allegedly look "appealing and natural" thus not...