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This week we went hands-on with the OnePlus 5T, reviewed the Fitbit Ionic and HTC U11 Life (Android One), and much more. Here’s the news of the week.
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OnePlus 5T hands-on OnePlus has just launched the successor to the OnePlus 5, the OnePlus 5T. Will the new design language sway you to buy OnePlus’ new phone? We go hands-on.
HTC U11 Life (Android One) review Made by the same company that built the Pixel 2, the HTCU11 Life Android One offers very similar software but with mid-range specs and a €350 price tag. This is the HTCU11 Life Android One review.
Fitbit Ionic review Fitbit’s first true smartwatch is here with a built-in GPS, a proper water resistance rating, and Fitbit Pay. This is our Fitbit Ionic review.
OnePlus 5T vs OnePlus 5: worth the upgrade? The new OnePlus 5T builds upon the original OnePlus 5 with a new screen, a new camera, and beefier specs. But is it enough to justify an upgrade from OnePlus 5?
Graduating class: Nexus – Pixel – Android One – Android Go With the Pixel line, Android One and Android Go, Google finally seems to have successfully built the Android trinity it has wanted for so long.
Why haven’t we seen another 41-megapixel camera? The Lumia 1020 camera was light years ahead of the competition. So why haven’t we seen other smartphones with similar technology since?
Flagship? Mid-rage? Budget? Find the best phone for you Picking out the best phone to buy can be tough, but our guide will help you narrow down the best features and price points to suit your needs.
Here’s what Sony needs to do to get back in the smartphone game Sony’s business empire is back to profitability, but its smartphone division is still languishing behind. What can Sony Mobile do to get back on top?
What would it take to make a portless phone? Should we? What would it take to make a portless phone, and is that something we should aspire to? We tackle those two questions and more.
The future according to Google: AI + hardware + software = ? Google’s various projects actually paint a very clear picture of its plans for AI and machine learning. This is the future, according to Google. But what does it mean for you? And will Google be victorious?
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