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[Hands-on] OnePlus 6T in Thunder Purple is OnePlus’ first phone with a gradient color

OnePlus really loves their limited edition color models. Shortly after the release of each new smartphone, OnePlus unveils a new color finish to keep up the hype. They’ve previously released the OnePlus 3T Colette Edition, OnePlus 5 JCC Limited Edition, OnePlus 5T Star Wars Edition and Lava Red, and OnePlus 6 Silk White edition. Now, the…

Google is considering letting users test Android Q before its AOSP release

Ahead of Google I/O 2017, Google unveiled Project Treble: a major rearchitecting of Android to separate the Android framework code from the hardware vendor implementation. The goal was to make it easier for device makers to provide Android software updates, combating fragmentation and making Android devices more secure in the process. Every device launching with…

OnePlus 6T Review: A Delightful Design, Clean Software, and Powerful Hardware show that OnePlus has come a long way [Part 1]

“Unlock the Speed”—OnePlus’ slogan for the OnePlus 6T, which was just announced today. It’s a catchy phrase with a clear double meaning. The in-display fingerprint scanner on the OnePlus 6T is fast, and so is the phone itself. You can quickly unlock the OnePlus 6T with the new scanner and get straight to work, or…

The Night Sight mode in the Google Camera app for the Google Pixel 3, Pixel 2, and Pixel is incredible

The Google Nexus smartphones were beloved on XDA for their high-end specifications, customizability, and generally lower prices than comparable flagships. Then came the Google Pixel series with their higher prices, but exceptional photography. Those without a Pixel look at the pictures taken by the device with envy. The first Google Pixel, and to a lesser…

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…