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OnePlus 7T Details – Verizon support, HDMI out, new Camera features, and much more

OnePlus announced the OnePlus 7T today in both the U.S. and India, with a European launch date set for October 10th. The new OnePlus smartphone is cheaper than the OnePlus 7 Pro and is expected to compete with the non-XL Pixel 4 from Google. Like the upcoming Pixel 4, the 7T has a 90Hz AMOLED...

OnePlus TV Review: Bells and Whistles With Practical Awesomeness

Indians are master hagglers and if there's anything we love more than frugal deals, it's what we get for free. The market for affordable electronics, especially smartphones, has been thriving in India, but if there's one brand that has pulled consumers away from their convenient spending habits and introduced them to the luxury of premium...

OnePlus 7T will get 960fps Slow Motion and 4K Ultra-Wide Video with an update

After multiple rounds of teasing, OnePlus officially announced the OnePlus 7T today. At a starting price of $599 in the U.S., the 7T offers a large 6.55-inch 90Hz "Fluid AMOLED" display that's HDR10+ certified, triple rear cameras including a 48MP Sony IMX 586 sensor, a 12MP 2X optical zoom sensor, and a 16MP 117° ultra...

OnePlus TV has a 55-inch QLED 4K display and 8 speakers in a movable soundbar for a price of ₹99,900 ($1410)

OnePlus has established itself as a premium brand across the world and India has been instrumental in this growth. In India, OnePlus is the leading premium smartphone brand and now, it is entering another segment of premium products. After weeks of teasing, OnePlus has today announced its new lineup of Android TVs, namely OnePlus TV...

OnePlus 7T Review: A Premium, Practical Smartphone without Gimmicks

OnePlus finally delivered its most powerful punch with the OnePlus 7 Pro, doing justice to its "Never Settle" motto. This OnePlus flagship was one of the best smartphones to be released in the first half of 2019, and continues to be used as a benchmark in comparing the performance of several newer releases. OnePlus also...

[Update 2: Assistant Official] Google Assistant & Amazon Alexa may be coming to the Xbox One

It appears that Microsoft's Xbox One console will support both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, according to a leaked screenshot obtained by Windows Central. While you can currently use Cortana on the Xbox One, it has a number of limitations. Not only is it of much poorer quality than both the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa,...

[Update 2: Rolling out again] Razer affirms its plans to upgrade the Razer Phone to Android Pie

With the OnePlus 7 Pro, Nubia Red Magic 3, and ASUS ROG Phone II dominating the headlines for their high refresh rate displays, it's looking like 2019 will be a great year for fans of HFR. We can thank Razer for kickstarting this new mobile trend in western markets. Razer's first smartphone, the 2017 Razer...

Motorola starts rolling out Android 9 Pie for the Moto Z2 Play

There was a time when Motorola was widely considered the king of updates. Back when the company was owned by Google, updates would roll out to Motorola devices around the same time as Nexus phones, and often even faster: the original Moto X got Android 4.4 KitKat before the Nexus 4. That Motorola is, however,...

[Update 1: Indian Pricing] Here are all the Echo and Alexa announcements Amazon made today

Amazon's ecosystem has become amazingly powerful as of the past few years, and the company, which used to be a simple online retailer, is now fiercely competing toe-to-toe with Google in the AI market space. Amazon's Echo line of AI smart home devices, which compete with Google's Google Home line, is considerably more successful than...

Google announces App Distribution, Extensions, and Analytics for web apps in Firebase

If you're an Android app developer, then you've probably looked into or are already using Firebase, Google's mobile development suite. Unless you plan on distributing your app outside of Google Play, then there's no downside in implementing one or more of the tools offered by Firebase (that depends, of course, on how much you can...

Developers port Android 10 to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4, Redmi 6 Pro, OnePlus 5/5T, LG V30, and Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e

Android 10 updates are now underway for several devices, either officially or unofficially. The latest version of Android was officially released early this month, and if you have a recent Pixel, OnePlus or Xiaomi device, then you may already be running the latest and greatest from Google. If you haven't yet, then an update may...