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Snapchat announces second generation Spectacles, cost $150
Thu, 26 Apr 2018 20:38:36 +0200

Snapchat has announced the second generation model of its Spectacles, a pair of sunglasses with a built-in camera that records and uploads to your Snapchat account. The second generation model brings a host of changes. The glasses are now smaller, making them more comfortable to wear and carry around. They are also water-resistant, so you can wear them in the pool. The camera hardware has been updated, with HD resolution videos. You can record 10, 20 or 30 second clips. A second microphone now captures audio better. You can now also capture still images, something that you...


Check out our Nokia 7 plus video review
Thu, 26 Apr 2018 19:30:01 +0200

You read our written review of the Nokia 7 plus, now you can watch our video review as well. There's a lot to love about this mid-ranger (like the copper-colored highlights) and its price is already starting to dip. It's the only phone in HMD's lineup with a taller than 16:9 aspect ratio, though this might change very soon with the launch of the Nokia X6. Either way, the X6 is rumored to sit below the Nokia 7 plus, so when it comes to capabilities it's this or the Nokia 8 Sirocco. Speaking of, the dual camera on the 7 plus is fairly similar to what's available on the flagship Sirocco...


Possible Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 specs include Snapdragon 660 chipset
Thu, 26 Apr 2018 18:30:02 +0200

It has been over a year since the last Xiaomi tablet, so hints of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 are coming just in time. The info was dug up by @FunkyHuawei who explores ROM configurations for clues of hardware features. The tablet will be powered by a Snapdragon 660 chipset, according to its build.prop. There's no info on RAM size and the presence of a microSD card is not quite certain. The screen of the tablet will have 320 dpi, though that doesn't tell us much of its size and resolution. Info on the Mi Pad 4 cameras is more certain - there will be a 13 MP OmniVision OV13855 on the back...


LG G7 notch settings pictured
Thu, 26 Apr 2018 17:45:01 +0200

The LG G7 ThinQ will let you hide the notch. A spy shot shows a setting called New Second Screen, which allows you to toggle this on and off and even enable virtual rounded corners on the display below the notch. There also seems to be an option to change the background color for the status bar, though we're not quite sure how that will work - black hides the notch, anything else doesn't. Most of the options seem variations of black/gray, but then there's the rainbow option at the right. It's also worth keeping in mind that (according to the rumor mill) the LG G7 will have an RGBW...


Samsung Galaxy A6+ live images show Infinity Display
Thu, 26 Apr 2018 17:00:01 +0200

We already showed you the new Galaxy A6+ (2018) renders with dual cameras the other day. Now a live photo arrived, showing the device in the flesh. The National Communications Commission in Taiwan's certificate of a phone with model number M-A605G/DS included live photos, revealing the Infinity Display. Samsung Galaxy A6+ (2018) front and back It wasn't something that we didn't expect - rumors of a tall display arrived two weeks ago from an HTML5 benchmark website. The Galaxy A6+ (2018) is said to have the same resolution as its sibling the Galaxy A6 (2018), but will up its...


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Try Not To Drop Your Phone
Depending on what type of surface your mobile phone lands on - always try not to drop it. Dropped phones can suffer cracked screens or dislodged internal components.

The worst damage occurs when a falling phone is connected to an accessory such as a headset, as the impact often bends or rips out the jack where the accessory connects to the phone. While you're walking around, a good way to keep your phone securely at your side is to use a belt clip or a holster.

Another good reason to use a carrying case or belt clip is to keep the phone from being mashed inside a briefcase. Cracked display screens or broken antennas can result when someone tries to squeeze a handset into an overloaded briefcase.

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