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Essential Phone hands on: 72 hours later

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Top 5 features of the Essential Phone

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Using the first Android smartphone I owned in 2017

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The Pixel is a real testament to good software

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TI compares their upcoming OMAP 5430 chip with Apple’s A5X

TI announced the OMAP 5430 for the first time back in 2010, and I remember how excited people were about it, even though they should’ve moderated their excitement a ...
by LucianJune 4, 20125

ARM Cortex A9 vs ARM Cortex A15 – What to expect, and what’s the difference?

ARM has completely dominated the mobile market for more than a decade, with over 90% market share, but it wasn’t ...
by LucianMay 22, 201225

With Galaxy S3 rumors over, let the next Nexus rumor party begin

For more than half a year, we’ve had more than enough Galaxy S3 rumors. Some of them were pretty crazy, like the 1080p screen, while others were predictable (the quad ...
by LucianMay 16, 201213

Rumor: Galaxy Note 10.1 to come with new Mali T-604 GPU? Could it crush the iPad?

Although it was officially unveiled way back in February at the MWC, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet hasn’t yet seen the light of day. Initially set to enjoy a June ...
by AdrianMay 15, 201226
 
 

Exynos 5 specs show up in leaked slideshow

We’ve known about the Exynos 5250 for a while now, thanks to other rumors. As such, none of the specs leaked from the slideshow captured by SemiAccurate are breaking ...
by LucianMarch 19, 20125
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