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This smartphone would make the whole Star Trek crew jealous

Apart from consumer product launches from major OEMs, CES 2017 is also a platform for companies that want to showcase their latest and greatest experimental designs. But many of these prototypes slip under the radar and honestly it’s a real shame. That’s why today we want to bring to your attention a highly unusual smartphone.

Honor 6X vs ZTE Blade V8 Pro (Smartphone Showdown)

Looking back at 2016, we saw how entry-level devices got better and better. And as we speculated in a recent article, dual cameras are going to become the norm for most smartphones launched in 2017, even the lower-end ones. Dual cameras mostly made it on premium phones like the iPhone 7 Plus, LG V20 or

What to do with a broken phone to keep your data safe

Can I protect the data on my broken phone?

We try to make sure everyone knows the things they can do to make sure they know how to keep their personal data safe on an Android phone. What you do with the information is up to you, exactly as it should be. Only you know how valuable you think your personal information is.

Sometimes that goes to the extreme. Steve, a regular Android Central reader, has  [Read More…]

Purported Motorola Moto G5 Plus appears in the wild, due out in March

Motorola unveiled the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus back in May and the smartphones went on to become extremely popular with customers everywhere. And now it appears that the Lenovo-owned company is working towards two follow-up devices. According to a listing that popped up with a Romanian re-seller OLX, the Moto G5 Plus (model

Protect your Galaxy Note 5 display for just $7 today!

The Galaxy Note 5 has a great large display, but that means that there is a whole lot of surface that can get scratched from daily use. Luckily protecting it is easy, especially with [Tru Protection’s tempered glass]http://www.shopandroid.com/tru-protection-tempered-glass-screen-protector/15A43A22388.htm). It is easy to install and will prevent scratches and dents on your display. Right now you can pick one up for just $ 7.

Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 4 is making its way to India on Jan. 19

Get ready for the Redmi Note 4.

Xiaomi is launching the successor to the highly popular Redmi Note 3 next week in India. An invite sent out to the media suggests that the Redmi Note 4 will make its debut in the country on January 19.

The phone was unveiled late last year in China with a MediaTek Helio X20, although the Indian unit is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon SoC. The  [Read More…]

Best Phone in India

The Google Pixel is the best phone you can currently buy in India. But if you can’t justify its asking price, there are plenty of options available across segments.

Best overall Google Pixel

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The Google Pixel gets the basics absolutely right. The understated metal design is complemented by top-of-the-line hardware in the form of a Snapdragon 821, 4GB of RAM, 32GB or 128GB storage, an astounding camera, and all-day battery life. It  [Read More…]

BlackBerry Mercury wins big at CES 2017

Now that CES 2017 has wrapped up, folks are looking back on everything that was announced in Las Vegas and handing out awards for what they feel was the ‘Best Of CES.’ Unsurprisingly, one of the items that continues to appear on several lists is the BlackBerry Mercury, which TCL offered a sneak peek of at CES.

The last phone designed by BlackBerry has managed to grab a lot of attention in the past few days and a  [Read More…]

BlackBerry Mercury wins big at CES 2017

Now that CES 2017 has wrapped up, folks are looking back on everything that was announced in Las Vegas and handing out awards for what they feel was the ‘Best Of CES.’ Unsurprisingly, one of the items that continues to appear on several lists is the BlackBerry Mercury, which TCL offered a sneak peek of at CES.

The last phone designed by BlackBerry has managed to grab a lot of attention in the past few days and a  [Read More…]

Is a new Google Voice in the works?

Google Voice needs a little love and might be getting it.

At least that’s what Google tells us when we visit the Google Voice website. You’ll see it near the top of the page if you direct yourself over to voice.google.com while you’re signed into Chrome. If you’re a Project Fi subscriber you’ll need to click the link at the bottom of the page to get to the actual Google Voice site after it redirects you to  [Read More…]