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Samsung Galaxy Note8 strong demand continues in South Korea
Samsung Galaxy Note8 strong demand continues in South Korea
The Galaxy Note8 smashed pre-order recordsand it's maintaining strong momentum in the weeks after th
BlackBerry Motion arrives for £399 in the UK, €469 rest of Europe
BlackBerry Motion arrives for £399 in the UK, €469 rest of Europe
2017 is the year BlackBerry is trying to make a return under new management, and so far we’ve seen
Do not rely on the Chinese market, Samsung can lie down to make money
Do not rely on the Chinese market, Samsung can lie down to make money
Three fulcrums in Samsung 's global strategy
Android 7.1.2 update starts hitting Nokia 6
Android 7.1.2 update starts hitting Nokia 6
Nokia 6 has started receiving a new update. Weighing in at around 665MB, the update bumps the OS ver
Dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy Note8 currently going for $820 in US
Dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy Note8 currently going for $820 in US
If you are a Samsung fan in the US, and are in the market for dual-SIM flagship smartphone, you migh
Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017) arrives in India for $275
Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017) arrives in India for $275
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017) - which was made official last month has now been launched in India.
Samsung Galaxy S9 to get the entire first batch of Snapdragon 845 chips for its
Samsung Galaxy S9 to get the entire first batch of Snapdragon 845 chips for its
In August we heard that Samsung bought up almost all available Snapdragon 845 chips from Qualcomm fo
Android makers looking into 3D sensing, under-display fingerprint readers sideli
Android makers looking into 3D sensing, under-display fingerprint readers sideli
The under-display fingerprint reader may end up being replaced before it even becomes mainstream, at
iPhone 8 and 8 Plus now available in India
iPhone 8 and 8 Plus now available in India
Apple has launched the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in India today, alongside 8 other countries, inclu
Oppo F5 appears on posters in the Philippines
Oppo F5 appears on posters in the Philippines
Oppo F3 appeared back in May, but Oppo already decided to launch a successor to the phone, dubbed “
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