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Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 may support 960FPS videos to mimic the Galaxy Note 9

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3We’re nearing the end of 2018, but we still have a few flagship smartphones on the way. The Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, Honor Magic 2, OnePlus 6T, and Samsung’s foldable smartphone are launching soon, and each is interesting in their own right: the Mi Mix 3 and Magic 2 have nearly eliminated bezels by implementing a

Huawei Mate 20 and Huawei Mate 20 Pro are official – Triple-Cameras, In-Display Fingerprint Sensor, Reversible Wireless Charging

Huawei Mate 20Jam-packed with features and an eye-watering spec sheet, Huawei unveiled their flagship Mate 20 Pro smartphone and its more modest Mate 20 sibling today. Huawei has done a few things to up the ante to make the Mate 20 Pro stand out. Three rear-facing cameras, a larger 6.39-inch curved OLED HDR display, up to 8GB

Google Pixel 3 XL Review: A Polished Camera and Software Experience make up for the Notch [Part 1]

Google Pixel 3 XLSpeed, Simplicity, and Security. These 3 words have been used to describe Google’s Chrome OS—its desktop/laptop operating system built on the Linux kernel—since it was first introduced. But I would argue that Google’s Pixel line of Android smartphones also embodies the three S’s in Chrome OS’ motto. Google’s approach with the Pixel line is wildly

Google Pixel 3 Tidbits: Everything you might have missed!

Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XLThe Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL were announced earlier this week. The latest Google flagship smartphones feature a 5.5-inch and 6.3-inch OLED display respectively (the latter with a display notch), the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, 4GBs of RAM, 64 or 128GBs of storage, and Android Pie. Google dedicated much of the Pixel 3’s