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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 name appears alongside specs: Iris scanner and branding virtually confirmed

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 name appears alongside specs: Iris scanner and branding virtually confirmed

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A Samsung Galaxy Note 7 label leak has been published online by the usually-reliable Evan Blass. It virtually confirms rumours we've been hearing for weeks: Samsung is skipping the Note 6 name. Although it doesn't make sense sequentially, the reasoning... >>

Best smartphones 2016: The best phones available to buy today

Best smartphones 2016: The best phones available to buy today

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So, you want to buy a new phone? If you're looking for the best smartphone of 2016, you've come to the right place. We will guide you through the hottest mobile phones of the year to save you time when you go to your local phone shop. We continually update... >>

Google Pixel phone could be released by end of this year

Google Pixel phone could be released by end of this year

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Google is said to have its own self-made smartphone out by the end of this year. It could even be the previously rumoured Google Pixel phone. A report from the Telegraph cites sources that say the search giant is in talks with mobile network operators.... >>

Vodafone Smart Ultra 7 preview: A new standard for affordable smartphones

Vodafone Smart Ultra 7 preview: A new standard for affordable smartphones

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When looking for affordable devices, it can often be difficult to find a phone without too many compromises, especially on the lower end of the scale. With the Smart Ultra 7, Vodafone is looking to give you as much for your money as possible, all in a... >>

Huawei is making an all-new mobile OS, and it's revamping EMUI

Huawei is making an all-new mobile OS, and it's revamping EMUI

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Huawei has a back-up plan in case things go south with Google. According to The Information, Huawei, which is the world's third-largest smartphone manufacturer and best-known for the Huawei 6P it made with Google, is developing a new mobile operating... >>

Android Apps on Chrome: How to give your Chromebook an app-vantage

Android Apps on Chrome: How to give your Chromebook an app-vantage

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At its I/O conference in June this year, Google finally confirmed plans to bring Android apps to Chrome OS products. That means that soon you'll be able to fling Angry Birds from a catapult on your Chromebook and download a shedload of other apps you'd... >>

Barclays Android users can now pay up to £100 with contactless using just their phone

Barclays Android users can now pay up to £100 with contactless using just their phone

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Barclays has announced that its contactless payment system, called Contactless Mobile, has launched today. Barclays previously expressed its intent to remain out of Android Pay in favour of its own offering. That has now arrived meaning Android users... >>

Oppo F1 Plus review: A flagship at half the price
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Oppo F1 Plus review: A flagship at half the price

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Oppo is a Chinese smartphone brand that isn't especially familiar to UK customers. Yet on a global scale it was one of 2015's fastest growers. That's for one very good reason: it's been making decent phones at competitive prices, and everyone loves a... >>

Android N desktop mode shown off with new task bar, by official

Android N desktop mode shown off with new task bar, by official

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Android N is set to bring new desktop style floating windows to smartphones and tablets, already seen in the preview, which has now been shown off officially with a task bar. The SVP of Android, Chrome OS and Play, Hiroshi Lockheimer tweeted a photo of... >>

OnePlus 3 is official, equipped with huge 6GB RAM and an all-new all-metal finish

OnePlus 3 is official, equipped with huge 6GB RAM and an all-new all-metal finish

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OnePlus has just announced its next generation flagship smartphone, and continues in its tradition of releasing powerful devices at affordable prices. While some specifications look similar to the OnePlus 2, there’s definitely enough difference here... >>