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1 month ago

Oppo's selfie-focused F1 Plus goes up for sale in India for ₹26,990

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Oppo F1 Plus is now available in India. Pre-orders for the phone kicked off on April 11, and the handset is now available for purchase in retail stores across Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai for ₹26,990.

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1 month ago

Samsung highlights the Galaxy A 2016 series in new commercials

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Samsung has rolled out a series of commercials showcasing what's on offer with the mid-range Galaxy A 2016 series. The videos highlight the metal and glass designs of the phones, the f/1.9 camera with OIS, and also offer a quick look at how you can use Samsung Pay with the handsets.

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1 month ago

LG G5 versus the Nexus 6P

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Two great phones with different strengths.

The LG G5 is new on the block, which means that it's time to pit against some of the best phones currently available. This go around we'll be taking a look at how the LG G5 compares up against the likes of the Nexus 6P. They both have their own strengths, so if you've been curious to see how the G5 holds up be sure to keep reading.

Design

When it comes to design, these are very different phones that both feel great in your hand. While both phones are well designed, they don't really follow the same guidelines.

LG G5 Nexus 6P Operating system Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Android 6.0 Marshmallow Display 5.3-inch IPS quad-HD quantum display (2560x1440, 554 dpi) 5.7 inches QHD (1440x2560) AMOLED at 518 ppi Processor Snapdragon 820 Snapdragon 810 Storage 32GB 32 64 or 128GB RAM 4GB 3GB Front camera 8MP 8MP Rear camera 16MP, 8MP wide-angle (135 degrees) 12.3MP Battery 2800 mAh 3450 mAh Dimensions 149.4 x 73.9 x 7.7mm 159.3 x 77.8 x 7.3mm Weight 159 grams 178 grams

The G5 is the smaller of the two phones in both height and width, clocking in at 149.4mm tall and 73.9mm wide. The Nexus 6P is significantly larger in both dimensions, with a 159.3mm and 77.8mm wide. When it comes to how bulky the phone is in your hand, the Nexus 6P is the thinner of the two with a 7.3mm thickness. The G5 isn't much thicker though, at 7.7mm.

The Nexus 6P fits well in your hand, but it can feel slippery. That means it might not be the best fit for you, especially if you have trouble with dropping phones. The G5 in comparison is an easier fit in your hand and has a smooth back, without being slippery. While both of these phones are made out of metal, they give you a drastically different feel in your hand.

Camera

When pitting the LG G5 and the Nexus 6P against one another, taking a few minutes to talk about the camera is definitely mandatory. That's because both of these phones have a camera that delivers fantastic images with a minimum of fuss. Nexus phones haven't been known for their top of the line camera's, while LG has put emphasis on their camera design for years.

LG G5 (left) / Nexus 6P (right); click images to view larger

Note​: The LG G5 has a natural aspect ratio of 16:9, whereas the Nexus 6P shoots at 4:3. All photos are unaltered from their original states.

While both phones have an 8MP front camera, the rear camera is where they divert. The Nexus 6P has a 12.3MP rear camera that delivers fantastic photos. It doesn't matter whether you're outside in the sun, or in a dim room, you'll get great results. The LG G5 takes things a step further though. You get two rear cameras, the main 16MP camera, along with an 8MP wide-angle lens. It gives you a ton of control over your photos, should you choose you delve into the options available to you.

While the Nexus 6P delivers fantastic photos, the LG G5 simply gives you more access to the features of a camera. These include being able to tweak the ISO, as well as including filters that you can use on your photos. That being said, both of these cameras perform admirably under a variety of conditions, and if you primarily use your camera in auto, neither will do you wrong.

Software

Both of these phones are running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but the experience you'll get from them isn't quite the same. Not by a long shot. The Nexus 6P has the Marshmallow you may know and love from the 5X or the 6, while the G5 suffers from an excess of bloatware when you first boot it up.

The Nexus 6P is quick and snappy, without stutter as you swipe between apps. As you might have guessed, the 6P gets the latest security patches available from Google, and will continue to do so for the lifecycle of this phone. So whether you like a wickedly fast phone, or a phone that stays secure, the 6P has you covered.

LG made some serious changes to their software this go around. That includes doing away with the app drawer is one of the big changes, and plenty of people are unhappy about it. They've also added a friends manager app, which it seems is being more or less ignored by most users. That's because the LG friends manager is there to maker it easier to connect to your LG accessories like LG 360 CAM. Quick settings are still problematically large which can easily become frustrating. You'll also find a slew of bloatware apps added by the carrier, on top of LG's customization.

Which one should I buy?

These phones are fairly well matched in a number of ways. Making this decision honestly comes down to the decision between having a snappy phone with great software, or access to all of the features in a camera. If software and security are your concerns, then the Nexus 6P is the obvious choice. If you spend a lot of time using your phone as a camera and want access to a wider variety of settings, then the LG G5 is going to be the better choice. To be honest, the Nexus 6P is the better phone, the G5 just pulls forward as a contender because of the versatility of it's camera.

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1 month ago

Understanding security options on the Samsung Galaxy S7

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Make sure only you and the people you trust have access your Galaxy S7 and the data stored within.

Securing your devices and data is more important than ever these days. Just think of the sheer amount of personal information we pour into our phones, not to mention the shift towards using devices to manage finances. Now, think of all of that information falling into the wrong hands. Scary, right?

Fear not. The Samsung Galaxy S7 features a slew of security options to keep your data safe — even if someone really wants to get at it. Some of it is pretty basic stuff, like setting up a lock screen (which you should already be familiar with and using...right?). But you should also know how to encrypt the data on your SD card, how to use fingerprint security, and Smart Lock, which lets you leave your phone unlocked when it's on your body or in a location you've set as a secured space. Also, you'll want to make sure you're getting the latest security updates from Samsung.

If you're overwhelmed at all, don't worry! We've covered it all in this guide.

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1 month ago

Where to buy the Huawei P9 in the UK

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Huawei P9

Huawei's 2016 flagship, the P9, has the widest UK availability of any Huawei-branded phone

Huawei is hoping to make a big splash with its new high-end phone. The P9, with its dual cameras and metal unibody, will be available SIM-free at a compelling £449 price point, as well as being picked up by all four major network operators. We've rounded up some early pre-order details for the Huawei P9 below, so be sure to check them out if you're considering Huawei's latest handset.

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1 month ago

Snag a Moto X Pure Edition for just $350 at Motorola

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Motorola is selling the Moto X Pure Edition smartphone for $349.99, a $50 discount from its normal price. The sale lasts until Monday, May 2.

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1 month ago

HTC 10 versus iPhone 6s: No place like home (button)

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Can HTC regain its position of strength?

The HTC 10 looks nothing like an iPhone. Let's just get that out of the way.

Its predecessor, or half-sibling — whatever you wish to call the One A9 — resembled the iPhone 6s in more than a few ways, but much was made about nothing. The two phones were made of single blocks of brushed aluminum, with etched speaker ports, front home buttons and, perhaps most egregious on the part of HTC, a small rounded camera bump.

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1 month ago

Latest HTC 10 ad showcases the display, cameras and sound quality

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It won't be long before you can get your hands on an HTC 10, and the company is continuing to push out new marketing material for it. The latest ad shows off the best features of the smartphone, like the display, cameras and sound quality. Between the dramatic music and flashy animations, the video captures your attention and leaves you wanting more information.

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1 month ago

LeEco's latest phones ditch the headphone jack for USB Type-C audio

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LeEco has unveiled three new handsets in China today, the Le 2, Le 2 Pro and Le Max 2. The phones are the first to eschew the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of USB Type-C audio, with LeEco rolling out two USB-C headphones to go with the handsets.

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1 month ago

The ivargo phone's packaging is set to impress

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It's not so much packaging, really, as a big old Pelican-style case.

We're hanging out at CE China this week, a new event hosted by IFA, and since it's Asia focused we're seeing a bunch of stuff that we might not normally come across in Europe or North America. One of those things is the ivargo and its pretty epic box.

This likely isn't the retail packaging, just as with the fancy Nextbit Robin box we received our review unit in, but it's a Pelican-style case, so it's pretty fantastic either way.

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1 month ago

The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are now available in 'Pink Gold'

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Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are now available in a "Pink Gold" color variant in South Korea.

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1 month ago

Moto G4 Plus shown off once again in leaked render

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Alleged images of the Moto G4 Plus leaked last week, giving us a hint of what to expect from Motorola's budget series this year. The images highlighted a fingerprint sensor at the front and an oblong camera housing at the back. An official-looking render of the Moto G4 Plus in white is making the rounds today, serving up a look at the entire device.

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1 month ago

How to manage Home screen settings on the Samsung Galaxy S7

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How to manage the Home screen settings on the Samsung Galaxy S7

Make yourself at home on the Home screen of your Samsung Galaxy S7!

The Home screen settings on your S7 let you change things like how many pages it has, what widgets are displayed, and how many grids it has. Let's run through them.

How to add Home screen pages on the Samsung Galaxy S7

  1. Tap and hold anywhere on your Home screen to bring up the Home screen manager view.
  2. Swipe left to scroll the screen to the right.
  3. Tap the add button. It looks like a plus sign in the center of your screen.

    Long press anywhere on the screen to open home screen manager, then swipe left to  scroll right, then tap add button

How to remove Home screen pages on the Samsung Galaxy S7

  1. Tap and hold anywhere on your Home screen to bring up the Home screen manager view.
  2. Tap and hold the page you wish to delete.
  3. Drag the page over the Remove button and release. The Remove button looks like a small garbage can and is in the top center of your screen.

    Long press anywhere on your screen, then tap and hold page you want to  remove, then drag onto remove button and release

How to turn on/off Flipboard's Briefing screen on the Samsung Galaxy S7

On the S7, the Flipboard app has a special screen called "Briefing" that shows you the latest information on its news stream. Some people may not want this taking up an entire page on their Home screens. Here's how you can turn it on or off.

  1. Tap and hold anywhere on your Home screen to bring up the Home screen manager view.
  2. Swipe right to scroll left.
  3. Toggle the Briefing switch to on or off, as you desire.

    Long press anywhere on screen, then swipe right then toggle  briefing on or off

How to change the grid size on the Samsung Galaxy S7

More grids lets you pack more apps on your Home screen, which is useful if you're an app junkie and want all of your apps right on your Home screen. It can also help you spread them out more so you can see more of that pretty wallpaper you downloaded.

  1. Tap and hold anywhere on your Home screen to bring up the Home screen manager view.
  2. Tap on the screen grid option of your choice to preview it:
    • 5x5
    • 4X4
    • 4X5
  3. Tap Apply at the bottom of the screen

    Long press anywhere on the screen, then tap on grid size of your  choice, then tap apply

How to add a widget to your Home screen on the Samsung Galaxy S7

  1. Tap and hold anywhere on your Home screen to bring up Home screen manager view.
  2. Tap Widgets.
  3. Swipe left to scroll to the right through the available widgets.

    Long press anywhere on screen, then tap widgets then swipe left to scroll right through widgets

  4. Tap on the widget you would like to use to view its options..
  5. Tap and hold the widget option of your choice for your widget.
  6. Drag the widget option to the location on the screen where you want it and release.

    Tap the widget of your choice to view its options then tap  and hold the option of your choice, then drag it  to the location where you want, and then release it

How to remove a widget from your Home screen on the Samsung Galaxy S7

  1. Tap and hold the widget you wish to remove.
  2. Drag the widget over the remove button and release.

    Tap and hold widget you want to remove and then drag it over the remove button and release

How to search for widgets on the Samsung Galaxy S7

  1. Tap and hold anywhere on your Home screen to bring up Home screen manager view.
  2. Tap Widgets.
  3. Tap more in the upper right corner.

    Long press anywhere on the screen to bring up home screen manager, then tap widgets, then tap more

  4. Tap Search widgets.

  5. Type the name or category of the widget for which you wish to search.
  6. Tap the widget to view its options.

    Tap search widgets, type name or category of widget,  then tap widget to view options

Once you find the widget you want to use, you can drag it into place as normal.

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1 month ago

HTC 10 review: Iconic, impressive, imperfect

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HTC 10

HTC returns in style, with one of the best Android phones of the year so far.

The quick take

After a disappointing couple of release cycles, HTC's 2016 flagship is a confident return to form, and a reason for high-end buyers to start paying attention to the company once again. This impressive all-rounder gets a lot of important things right — performance, build quality and, for the most part, the camera. And although it's trumped by the Galaxy S7 in some key metrics, the HTC 10 is arguably the closest competitor Samsung has right now.

The Good

  • Well-built aluminum unibody
  • Fast performance and clean, uncluttered UI
  • Impressive audio features
  • Capable all-round camera

The Bad

  • Display not great in sunlight
  • Camera focusing can be finicky, particularly in macro
  • Battery life inconsistent, sometimes wildly so
  • Expensive SIM-free price

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1 month ago

HTC 10 pre-orders kick off at Verizon on April 29

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Verizon Wireless will begin taking pre-orders for the upcoming HTC 10 on Friday, April 29. It will also show off the smartphone in its retail stores on that same date for hands-on previews.

Verizon has announced that customers who are interested in checking the phone out first hand will be able to do so in stores on April 29. Shipments are expected to begin in May, and Verizon notes that it will be the first carrier to offer the HTC 10.

Keep in mind, Verizon is offering three months of HBO NOW in addition to paying for your switching costs and allowing you to trade your current phone in for credit on the new HTC 10.

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