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Google Pixel 4a vs older Google phones: Should you upgrade?

Robert Triggs 13 hours ago
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Samsung Galaxy Note 20: Is it okay to sell a $1,000 plastic phone?

Hadlee Simons August 8, 2020 1406 shares
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The underpowered Galaxy Note 20 Exynos model risks splitting the series in two

Robert Triggs August 9, 2020 1011 shares
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Motorola Edge review: Numbers don’t mean everything

Eric Zeman August 9, 2020 294 shares
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The Motorola Razr doesn’t have a SIM tray and that’s a big deal

The Motorola Razr is the first phone to finally embrace the eSIM-only future. Although that comes with its share of caveats.
Robert TriggsNovember 14, 2019583 shares
 

What’s taking eSIM so long to become mainstream?

eSIM technology has been around for a long time but it's still not catching on in a meaningful way. Here's why.
Robert TriggsOctober 6, 2019757 shares
 

Beyond eSIM: How iSIM could turn phones into the ultimate Internet ID

iSIM could end up drastically changing the way we use a wide range of connected devices.
Robert TriggsMarch 31, 20192141 shares
 

Portless phones: Dumb gimmick or inevitable future?

Meizu and Vivo recently announced phones with no ports. Are portless phones in everyone's future? Apple and others have some ideas about that.
Eric ZemanJanuary 28, 2019469 shares
 

eSIM: What it is, who’s got it, and why should you care?

You've got questions? We've got answers. Here's what you need to know about eSIM.
Bob MyersJanuary 23, 2019164 shares
 

Ugh, Android Q could give carriers more powerful ways to SIM lock phones

Just what we need: carriers having the ability to make unlocking smartphones even more difficult.
C. Scott BrownJanuary 21, 2019277 shares
 

Google expands eSIM Pixel 3 support to more countries and carriers

Google announced more carriers and countries than ever are supporting the eSIM technology in the Google Pixel 3 smartphone.
C. Scott BrownDecember 3, 2018377 shares
 

eSIM: Pros and cons of the new way to connect

The eSIM is here and it's going to replace old physical SIM cards before you know it. Take note, it's not all gravy.
Tristan RaynerNovember 18, 2018498 shares
 

Google Pixel 3 eSIM will work on Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T (eventually)

As soon as other carriers catch up with eSIM technology, your Pixel 3 will be a SIM-less experience.
C. Scott BrownOctober 25, 2018251 shares
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