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Razer Phone 2 is here with Snapdragon 845, Chroma lighting, Wireless Charging, and Huge Speakers

The Razer Phone 2 has been officially announced. Razer acquired Nextbit back at the start of 2017 following the release of the Nextbit Robin, and the new smartphone division at Razer then released the first Razer Phone. Deemed a success by the company, a successor to the first generation model was almost a certainty. This was…

[Hands-on] “Flip to Shhh” is Digital Wellbeing’s upcoming Flip to Do Not Disturb gesture for the Google Pixel

Before going to sleep, it can be really tempting to do some last-minute Internet browsing using your smartphone. It’s a bad habit that a lot of people engage in, and so both Google and Apple have introduced features this year to help you curb your smartphone addiction. At Google I/O 2018, Google unveiled Digital Wellbeing:…

[Update: Developers Picked] POCO needs your help to pick the next developers to get the POCO F1!

Last month, Xiaomi’s new sub-brand “POCO” unveiled their first smartphone: the POCO F1. The self-proclaimed “Master of Speed” certainly lives up to its name, but what has people really excited about the device is its value. At a starting price of Rs. 20,999 in India, the POCO F1 brings the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 system-on-chip, 6GB of RAM, a…

XDA Smartphone Camera Comparison – Part 2: Moving from Outdoors to Indoors

Mobile photography is one of the cornerstones of the smartphone experience. I recall that my very first all-touch smartphone was the Samsung Omnia, a phone that touted its mobile photography skills with a then unheard of 5MP sensor. The technology continued to improve, leading to Apple pushing it forward with iPhones and Nokia basically putting…