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Redmi K20, K20 Pro launches in India: Here’s everything you should know

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Xiaomi Mi Band 4 vs Fitbit Inspire HR: Which fitness tracker should you buy?

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Xiaomi Mi A3 launched: Snapdragon 665, triple camera for $280

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Pixel 2 portrait mode: how does it compare to other phones?

We take the Google Pixel 2 out for a selfie-fest, comparing its front facing camera and modes to competitors like the Galaxy Note 8, the LG V30, the OnePlus 5T, and the Honor View 10!
Joshua VergaraFebruary 20, 2018541 shares
 

The Galaxy Note 8 is a curious smartphone

The Galaxy Note 8 comes hot on the heels of the Note 7 but after a month with it, it intrigues me. Is it a Note? Or is it just a Galaxy S? Let's take a look.
Nirave GondhiaOctober 19, 20171264 shares
 

Galaxy Note 8 vs Galaxy S8 quick look

What’s new with the Galaxy Note 8 and how does it compare versus the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus? Let's take a closer look.
Nirave GondhiaAugust 24, 20171307 shares
 

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is here: can Samsung get the Note series back on track?

Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 has officially been announced with some new features, but what's new and should you care? Here's everything you need to know!
Nirave GondhiaAugust 23, 20171594 shares
 

Should I wait for the Galaxy Note 8?

Samsung has just launched its Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus flagships, but is it worth waiting for the company's Galaxy Note 8 before upgrading?
Robert TriggsApril 18, 20172214 shares
 

Data show Android smartphone sales declining in US but rising in China

In September, October, and November of 2016, Android smartphone sales went up in China compared to the same period in 2015 but decreased in the US.
Brian ReighJanuary 11, 2017210 shares
 

Samsung reportedly considering LG batteries for Galaxy Note 8

According to The Korea Herald, Samsung is considering using LG Chem batteries on top of existing suppliers for next year’s Galaxy Note.
Brian ReighDecember 19, 20162127 shares
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