Do you want to use an old laptop as DEX station for your Samsung galaxy S8 / S9 / S8+ / S9+? An xda developer user was able to get that done. He used his 17.3” Acer laptop for it. Here is what he did – he removed the motherboard and rest of the electronics from it.
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While buying a screen protector for almost all mobile phones and tablets is a straight forward thing, you will definitely not have a pleasant experience if you are buying a screen protector for the Samsung Galaxy S9 or S8 smartphone. I learnt this the hard way when I bought myself a fairly expensive screen protector from amazon only to find out that it significantly reduced the responsiveness of my Galaxy S8.
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The fitness bracelet Mi Band 2 by the Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi is certainly one of the most popular models in this field. This is mainly due to the low selling price of around 20 euros. Now the manufacturer wants to build on the success and sends for this the third generation of his smart bracelet in the race.
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LineageOS 14.1 brings Android 7.1 Nougat operating system to the LG G3 phone. This is designed to give you great performance and reliability over the stock android for your device. It is based on AOSP project which means you will getting vanilla android experience on your LG G3. And since the LineageOS is barebones, you have the option to use it without google services as well. Of course, you can flash gapps immediately after installing ROM so that you get all google services onboard.
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The LG G7 ThinQ android phone is finally here. We have been hearing about this phone for weeks and it is finally here. The LG G7 ThinQ specifications include a large 6.1” quad HD+ full vision display that packs resolution of 3120×1440 pixels. Powered by Snapdragon 845 processor, it features 4GB RAM and 64GB of flash storage. There will be another variant with 6GB RAM/128GB storage.
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Huawei P20 Pro is an upcoming leaked phone that will feature a whopping 40MP image sensor. This will be the first phone after Lumia 1020 to feature such massive sensor. However, it outclasses the Lumia by featuring a total of three cameras, out of which one is a 8-megapixel camera with 3x telephoto lens. Using that and 3rd camera, Huawei is able to support 5x hybrid zoom and various depth effects.
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Land Rover Explore is a rugged smartphone and not a car. It just borrows name from a car manufacture that is not known for being reliable. Land Rover Explore specifications include MediaTek Helio X27 decacore processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB of flash storage and 4000 mAh battery. This is a module phone that runs android operating system and there are pogo pins on the back of Land Rover Explore that lets you attach module whenever you need them.
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Android 8 Oreo is now available for download for the Honor 8 android phone. While this is an unofficial release by XDA, it is quite usable as daily driver unless you need cameras to work. VoLTE is also not working right now but keep an eye on this official thread for more updates as the developer is working hard to make everything work.
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Leagoo T5C mobile phone will be equipped with the new octacore Spreadtrum SC9853i processor. This processor, manufactured using Intel’s Airmont architecture, is postulated as a tough contender for Mediatek in the lower and middle range. And it seems that with good performance. Until now, the mobile processor market was practically a matter of only a few companies. You had the all-powerful Qualcomm and the less powerful, but cheaper, Mediatek. Yes, there are more companies that manufacture SoCs for mobile phones, but these two are the most important and relevant in the market. The fact is that, in case you did not know, Intel also has its own architecture for mobile devices, which is called Airmont. And in this architecture, the Chinese manufacturer Spreadtrum Communications has launched its Spreadtrum SC9853i processor. It is an eight-core processor geared specifically to the mid-range of mobile phones. But until now the undisputed king of the medium range of mobile phones was Mediatek, right? Well it seems that things are going to start to change as soon as the Leagoo T5C goes on the market.
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