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Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ review: Our first impressions after 24 hours

Here’s where our heads are at after 24 hours with Samsung’s latest.

Our full Galaxy Note 10+ review is underway, but that doesn’t mean we need to hold back our thoughts as we go. We’ll have a complete and comprehensive Note 10+ review in due time, but until it’s finished, we want to give you a peek into what our thoughts are on the phone at various milestones.

To kick things off, here are our first impressions  [Read More…]

Selling a phone? Do these things first

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Google Pixel 3A are two incredible devices on the opposite end of the spectrum and each appeals to a different customer base. If you’re in the market to upgrade to one of these phones, or any of the others floating around, you might be wondering what to do with your old one.

An important factor in your decision might be how much you can get for your current device. It’s a lot easier to  [Read More…]

Nokia’s first Android phones will get an extra year of security updates

The Nokia 5, Nokia 6, and Nokia 8 will receive quarterly security patches until October 2020.

What you need to know HMD Global has announced that its first Nokia-branded smartphones will receive quarterly security updates till the end of the third year. The Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6, and Nokia 8 were initially promised two years of regular security updates. Sadly, the Nokia 6 variant sold by Amazon in the US and India will no longer  [Read More…]

This is our first look at the upcoming LG G8X ThinQ

The LG G8X ThinQ is tipped to be the company’s first smartphone to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor.

What you need to know Renders of LG’s next flagship Android smartphone have surfaced ahead of its debut at IFA 2019 in September. The LG G8X ThinQ will feature a 6.2-inch display with a waterdrop cutout and dual rear cameras. Just like its predecessor, the G8X ThinQ is likely to run on Qualcomm’s 7nm Snapdragon 855 processor under the  [Read More…]

Huawei’s first smartphone with HongMeng OS will arrive in Q4 2019

Huawei is hoping an affordable price tag will help it attract both developers and consumers to join the HongMeng ecosystem.

What you need to know A new report claims Huawei will release its first smartphone with HongMeng OS in Q4 2019. HongMeng OS will be showcased at Huawei’s Developer Conference in China on August 9. The first device to run HongMeng OS will be the Honor Smart TV.

Last month, Huawei’s Senior Vice President Catherine Chen claimed  [Read More…]

This is our first look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in Pink

It remains to be seen if the bigger Galaxy Note 10+ will be available in the same color.

What you need to know Renders showing the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in Pink have surfaced. The Pink color option is expected to be offered in select countries. Galaxy Note 10 is rumored to be available in Blue and Green color options as well.

The folks over at SamMobile reported a few months ago that the standard Galaxy Note  [Read More…]

Honor’s first TV will feature a pop-up camera

The Honor Vision TV will be powered by a chipset made by Huawei and Baidu.

What you need to know Honor’s first TV will feature a pop-up camera. The Honor Vision TV is now available to reserve on Chinese online retailer JD.com’s site for 9,999 yuan (approximately $ 1,453 USD). Honor will unveil the Honor Vision TV on August 9.

Pop-up cameras aren’t just for phones, at least not if Huawei’s sub-brand Honor has anything to say  [Read More…]

OnePlus is hosting its first music festival in India in November

The OnePlus Music Festival will be held in Mumbai in November and feature international as well as local artists.

What you need to know OnePlus is kicking off its first music festival in India later this year. The OnePlus Music Festival is slated for the month of November, and will take place in Mumbai. It will feature a mix of international as well as local artists.

One trait that hasn’t changed about OnePlus in the last five  [Read More…]

This 9-course bundle will help you ace Cisco networking exams the first sit

A company with a proper networked computer system, particularly one based in the cloud, needs to make sure its defenses are up to par. Without the right protocols and configurations, any system can fall victim to malware, hacks, and cyber espionage.

According to Information Age, cyber crime pulls in more than $ 1.5 trillion per year for the bad guys. That’s a ton of money, right? And that was for 2018. Think about how much is being spent today to  [Read More…]