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Pete Lau says the OnePlus 6 will come with a glass back and ‘premium hand-feel’

The OnePlus 6 will feature a glass back with a five-layered Nanotech coating.

OnePlus served up a teaser over the weekend showcasing the back of the OnePlus 6, hinting at a possible ceramic or glass back. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau took to the company’s forums earlier today to confirm that the phone will indeed feature a glass back.

This isn’t the first time OnePlus opted for a glass back, as the OnePlus X also used the  [Read More…]

Learn all about who you are and where you come from with the $69 23andMe DNA test kit

The 23andMe at-home Ancestry DNA test is down to $ 69 on Amazon. It normally sells for $ 99, but 23andMe is currently taking 30% off for a limited time.

You can also get the equivalent AncestryDNA testing kit for $ 59 if you buy from them directly. That’s a better price but it’s not on Amazon this low (yet).

Another option is to upgrade to the 23andMe Health + Ancestry personal genetic service for $ 139. That’s  [Read More…]

Nokia 7 Plus review: Come for the value, stay for the excitement

Striking design. Great cameras. Android One. This is the Nokia 7 Plus.

Nokia’s comeback tale has been a success so far, with HMD Global’s move to focus on the budget segment paying off handsomely for the brand. The Finnish manufacturer launched a total of six Android phones last year, primarily targeted at markets like China and India, countries where the Nokia name still has a lot of brand cachet.

Four out of the six devices HMD launched  [Read More…]

Avengers-themed OnePlus 6 confirmed, but it won’t come to the US

Previous rumors suggested that OnePlus and Marvel Studios would be collaborating for a special edition OnePlus 6. It seems that this has been confirmed, and an Avengers: Infinity War OnePlus 6 will launch in India.

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Xiaomi phones may finally come to the U.S. by the end of 2018

“We’ve always been considering entering the U.S. market.”

Xiaomi, one of the largest phone manufacturers in China and India, could finally make its long-awaited debut in the United States as early as this year.

This news comes via a report from The Wall Street Journal, with Xiaomi’s Chairman Lei Jun saying:

We’ve always been considering entering the US. market. We plan to start entering the market by end 2018, or by early 2019.

Xiaomi was founded in  [Read More…]

LG V30s may come to MWC with AI camera tech and 256GB storage

Will this be enough to keep people interested in LG?

While LG will release a successor to the G6 at some point in 2018, we’re not going to see it at this year’s Mobile World Congress as we were originally expecting. A report from mid-January suggested that LG would use the annual trade-show to unveil an upgraded version of the V30 in place of the G7, and more information about this is starting to trickle in.

According  [Read More…]

Your next OnePlus phone might come from a carrier

After months of being rumored, Huawei hot deal with US carriers, Verizon and AT&T eventually fell through. One of the world’s biggest smartphone makers, Huawei had hoped to finally crack the US market with the launch of the new Mate 10 Pro. Now it looks the firm will be launching the phone without a carrier […]

AR Cardboard kits now come with controllers thanks to Zapbox!

A real Augmented Reality experience doesn’t have to be pricey.

Trying to decide whether Augmented Reality is for you or not can be pesky if you don’t want to pay up front for top of the line headsets. That is until recently when we began to see awesome new cardboard kits start to hit the market. Zapbox is exactly that, except that they go one step further by delivering a cardboard Augmented Reality headset fully equipped with  [Read More…]

YouTube TV won’t come to Roku or Apple TV until 2018

The app is scheduled for a launch in Q1 of next year.

This past November, YouTube TV finally started making its way to the big screen. The app first launched on Android TV and Xbox One consoles, and this was soon followed up with a release on select Samsung and LG smart TVs. Two of the biggest platforms still missing out on YouTube TV are Roku and Apple TV, and it looks like we’ll have to wait a while  [Read More…]

The first phone with an in-display fingerprint scanner will come from Vivo, not Samsung

Earlier this week, Synaptics announced it has begun mass production with a top-five OEM to produce its new Clear ID FS9500 in-display fingerprint sensor. While the announcement didn’t specify the name of the company, many assumed Samsung’s Galaxy S9 will be the first smartphone to offer an in-display fingerprint authentication system. After all, the Samsung […]