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OnePlus 6 hands on review

It boasts an all-glass design, bringing it in line with big-name flagships such as the Samsung Galaxy S9 and iPhone X, a large 6.28-inch display complete with the on-trend notch, dual rear-facing cameras, both fingerprint and face unlock, and up to 256GB of storage.

There are several core improvements over the OnePlus 5T (and OnePlus 5) that it replaces, and while it may not break any new ground in terms of features, the OnePlus 6 brings an attractive package that makes it relevant in 2018.

The OnePlus 6 release date was May 22 for North America, Europe and India, but the handset is now available in a number of additional locations as well.

In the UK the OnePlus 6 is available exclusively on contract from O2, and SIM-free from OnePlus’ own website.

There's still no word yet on when — or even if — it'll ever be made officially available in Australia.

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The OnePlus 6 price starts at $529 (£469, Rs 34,999) for the 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage configuration, which is more expensive than the OnePlus 5T, which cost $499 (£449) for the same RAM and storage.

Then you have the 8GB/128GB variant at $579 (£519, Rs 39,999), which again is a $20/£20 increase over the 5T.

The 128GB OnePlus 6 is the only variant available in the limited edition red finish, available from July 10.

Finally, there's the new top-end 8GB/256GB model, which officially takes the title of the most expensive OnePlus smartphone ever. This OnePlus 6 price for this configuration is $629 (£569).

That's still cheaper than the likes of the Galaxy S9, iPhone 8, LG G7 ThinQ and Sony Xperia XZ2, but if you're looking for something more affordable you may want to check out the Honor 10.

If you're in India or China, the 8GB/256GB configuration of the OnePlus 6 is actually a limited-edition Marvel Avengers device, available from May 29 for Rs 44,999.

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Things you should know about Unreal Mobile service

Unreal Mobile is a FreedomPop spinoff that hopes to lure customers away from soon-to-merge Sprint and T-Mobile. Is it a carrier worth considering? Let's answer that question by answering some other questions.

How much will it cost?

Unreal Mobile offers contract-free plans starting at $10 per month. That base plan includes unlimited calls, texts and data, with 1GB of high-speed data that can roll over from month to month.

A $15-per-month plan bumps you to 2GB, and for $30 you get 5GB. How does that compare with other budget-minded MVNOs? Mint Mobile, for one, also offers 2GB per month for $15, but you have to prepay for 3 or 12 months at a time.

Tello charges $14 and $19 per month for unlimited service and 1GB and 2GB of high-speed data. And TextNow recently introduced an unlimited single-line plan for $40 per month.

So Unreal's rates are definitely among the lowest around, though some carriers get pretty close.

What else is included?

All plans include ad-blocking, VPN, live online support and rollover data: Any unused high-speed data is added to your overall pot. Unreal also lets you use your number on a tablet or computer in addition to your phone.

That last part is interesting. Although your phone will have a traditional SIM cardand use a traditional mobile network (see below), your phone number will be virtual, and therefore accessible via voice-over-IP on other devices.

If mobile hotspot is either included or available separately, we have no idea: It's not mentioned anywhere, including Unreal's FAQ pages.

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Full-screen phone will launch next year with Sound Emitting

Smartphones featuring thin-bezel display panels are quite common nowadays. They majorly include a notch design that accommodates an earpiece as well as frontal sensors, such as the selfie camera, ambient light, and proximity sensor. But now, Samsung and LG are found to be working on the next level of smartphones that may come with a truly full-screen experience. The technology, which is at the pilot stage, was showcased at the Display Week 2018 late last month. It is already rumoured that the Galaxy S10 flagship will come with a piezoelectric speaker, similar to the newly launched Vivo Nex series and the Xiaomi Mi Mix, to give a more display space than its predecessor.

Samsung Display and LG Display are set to commercialise their full-screen OLED display technology by early next year, reports ETNews, citing people familiar with the development. The new technology is said to eliminate transmitters to deliver a full-screen experience - without requiring a notch to include a dedicated earpiece or sensors.

At the Display Week event in May, Samsung exhibited a full-screen OLED prototype that it formally called "Sound on Display". The prototype, which measures 6.2-inch in size, does not require a separate earpiece and produces the sound by vibrating the panel. This helps to offer an entire edge-to-edge display experience. The transmission bandwidth of the panel is reported to come between the 100 ~ 8000Hz range. Further, the sound is audible only when the users place their ear on the display. This could help to make your conversations as private as they are through a traditional earpiece.

Alongside Samsung, LG showcased its 88-inch 8K OLED display at CES 2018 in January with a Crystal Sound OLED integration. The technology helps to emanate sound directly from the panel. The South Korean company could bring the same experience to small screens and enable sound-emanating smartphones to take on the competition.

Earlier this month, it was reported that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will come with a piezoelectric speaker that will sit under the display panel to produce sound. The advanced speaker will not require an earpiece and will use piezoelectric vibrations to emit sound through the screen.

Notably, Xiaomi brought its Mi Mix with a full-screen panel and the absence of an earpiece back in October 2016. While the Mi maker switched back to a more conventional earpiece on the Mi Mix 2, Vivorecently brought the Nex A and Nex S handsets with a Screen SoundCasting technology that omits the earpiece and generates the sound through a micro-vibration unit. The new Vivo models also include an elevating camera sensor that pops up from the top to let users capture their selfies or make video calls. All this enables a complete bezel-less experience.

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iPhone X OLED display

The Shift from alphanumeric display to OLED Displays

LCDs square measure a good leading edge high performance show technology for Tablets to TVs, except for little hand-held Smartphones, OLED displays give variety of serious blessings over LCDs including: being abundant agent, abundant lighter, while not having a edge providing a rimless edge-to-edge style. they'll be created versatile and into sinuous screens, and they need a awfully quick reaction time, higher viewing angles, associate degreed an always-on show mode. several of the OLED performance blessings result from the actual fact that each single sub-pixel in associate degree OLED show is severally directly electrically high-powered to emit lightweight, thus solely the active image sub-pixels draw power supported their individual brightness levels. OLEDs can even give higher color accuracy, image distinction accuracy, and screen uniformity owing to variations within the Backlights of LCDs.

As the results of their terribly versatile power management capabilities, OLEDs don't seem to be solely a lot of power economical than LCDs for many image content, however they currently deliver abundant higher peak Brightness than LCDs as a result of the most power is delivered to simply the sub-pixels that square measure required for manufacturing the present image. However, for largely all white screen content LCDs square measure doubtless to stay brighter and a lot of power economical for a moment.

OLED displays are factory-made on versatile substrates that may bend, that permits the screens to be sinuous and rounded and provides variety of innovative new screen geometries. the most production and availableness issue for ensuing many years are that the demand for OLED displays can considerably exceed the producing capability as we tend to discuss in Flagship 2017 OLED Smartphones.
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LG K30 Specifications and Price

LG K30 has been officially launched in the US. The handset, which looks similar to the LG X4+ that debuted in South Korea in January, is now available from T-Mobile in the country. It comes with a contract-free price of $225 (approximately Rs. 15,000) or at $9 (around Rs. 600) per month with a 24-month contract. The smartphone was initially spotted on the T-Mobile site earlier this week. It is unclear whether LG will launch the K30 in global markets. However, the company has a bunch of its K-Series models in several markets, including India.

LG K30 With 5.3-Inch HD Display, 4G VoLTE Support Launched: Price, Specifications

LG K30 specifications

The LG K30 runs Android 7.1 Nougat with LG UX 6.0+ skin on top and features a 5.3-inch HD (720x1280 pixels) IPS display. Under the hood, the handset has a quad-core Snapdragon 425 SoC, coupled with 2GB of LPDDR3 RAM. The smartphone has a 13-megapixel camera sensor on the back that comes along with a PDAF lens and an LED flash. The rear camera supports 1080p video recording. On the front, there is a 5-megapixel selfie camera.

LG has provided 32GB of onboard storage on the K30 that is expandable via a microSD card (up to 2TB). In terms of connectivity, the LG K30 has 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.2, and GPS/ A-GPS. The smartphone has a rear-facing fingerprint sensor. Besides, it packs a 2880mAh battery, which supports a fast charging technology, and measures 148.6x74.9x8.6mm.

Specifications-wise, the LG K30 appears as a rebranded version of the LG K10 (2018) that was launched in February. The LG K10, however, runs Android Marshmallow, while the latest K-Series model comes with Android Nougat.

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HTC will unveil latest flagship phone on May 23


HTC teased the unveiling of its latest flagship phone on Twitter on Thursday. The date? May 23.

"Coming Soon. A phone that is more than the sum of its specs," said HTC in a tweet, with an image showing a number of components spread out on a gray background.

The phone is expected to be the U12, or U12+, the successor to last year's U11, which was notable for its squeezable sides, waterproofing and its good looks. Early leaks suggest the phone will offer an updated squeeze mechanism, called "Edge Sense 2.0" and a dual-lens main camera with 12- and 16-megapixel sensors. It could also feature face unlock.

HTC used to be one of the giants of the Android phone world, but in recent years has lost ground to competitors including Huawei, ZTE and OnePlus. The Taiwanese company has serious competition on its hands from LG and OnePlus, which are also launching flagship phones this month, as well as Huawei, which launched the P20 in April and Samsung, which launched the S9 back at Mobile World Congress in February.

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Price&Specifications Oppo A3 Launched

Oppo A3 has been launched, a new mid-range offering with a 19:9 aspect ratio bezel-less display and an iPhone X-like notch. It also ships with 128GB of inbuilt storage, which is another highlight of the smartphone. The company is also touting the design of the smartphone, which uses 'nano-scale microcrystalline' tech to provide a diamond effect in colour patterns. As with other recent Oppo phones, it comes with AI-based beautification and scene recognition features. There is also a game mode for uninterrupted gaming, gestures optimised for the bezel-less display, and an AI-based smart assistant. Finally, the Oppo A3 is also said to be 128-point face recognition technology that can unlock a smartphone in as little as 0.08 seconds.

Oppo A3 With 6.2-Inch 19:9 Display, 16-Megapixel Camera Launched: Price, Specifications

Oppo A3 price

The Oppo A3 price has been set at CNY 2,099 (roughly Rs. 22,100) and it is available to buy already. The company is touting a special introduction price of CNY 1,999 (roughly Rs. 21,000). It will be available in Black, Pink, Red, and Silver colour variants.

Oppo A3 specifications

The dual-SIM (Nano) Oppo A3 runs ColorOS 5.0 based on Android 8.1 Oreo. It sports a 6.2-inch full-HD+ (1080x2280 pixels) LTPS display with a pixel density of 405ppi and a 19:9 aspect ratio. It is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio P60 SoC clocked up to 2GHz, coupled with 4GB of RAM.

The Oppo A3 bears a 16-megapixel rear camera with an f/1.8 aperture and dual-LED flash. On the front, it sports an 8-megapixel camera with an f/2.2 aperture. It ships with 128GB of inbuilt storage, expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB). Connectivity options include 4G VoLTE, dual-band Wi-Fi (2.4GHz and 5GHz), Bluetooth v4.2, GPS/ A-GPS, Micro-USB with OTG, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Sensors on board the Oppo A3 include accelerometer, ambient light sensor, gyroscope, and a proximity sensor. It sports a 3400mAh battery, measures 156x75.3x7.8mm, and weighs 159 grams.

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OnePlus 6 Image Leaked With 3.5mm Jack

OnePlus 6 is set to be announced no later than Q2 2018, and the Chinese phone maker seems to be gearing up to launch its latest flagship smartphone for the year. An image allegedly showing off the upcoming device has leaked showcasing a refreshing change in design. The previous version, OnePlus 5T recently went out-of-stock in the US indicating that the next flagship from the company is coming soon. While there is no information on the release date, the latest leak suggests that things are about to pick up.


Popular tipster Evan Blass has leaked an image of the upcoming OnePlus 6 and we can see some obvious changes in the handset. While some of the curves may remind of the previous iterations, the rear end of the iPhone 6s Plus parts appears to be textured like the manufacturer's popular wood-inspired cases, except this time it appears to be built into the handset. Also, the frame appears to have an offset angle at the bottom which is different from the softly rounded corners we are used to seeing.

Interestingly, OnePlus seems to have kept the headphone jack, USB Type-C port, single speaker/ mic grille yet again. However, not too many details are revealed from the leaked image indicating that we will have to wait for some time to know whether the handset will sport the iPhone X-like notch that is being introduced in almost all smartphones these days.

The small peek into the OnePlus 6 also reveals that the company has repositioned the rear camera module vertically this time, as opposed to the horizontal setup in the OnePlus 5T. If the leak turns out to be true, OnePlus 6 buyers will get rectangular fingerprint scanner at the back above the OnePlus logo, a change from the usual circular one found in the last version.

While the image leak offers a glance at the alleged OnePlus 6, when it comes to specifications the smartphone has already seen a fair amount of speculation already. A specifications sheet leak of the OnePlus 6 had suggested the presence of a 6.28-inch full-HD+ AMOLED display, a dual rear camera setup (20-megapixel + 16-megapixel), a 20-megapixel selfie camera, 3450mAh battery, 6GB RAM, and 128GB inbuilt storage. Later, a benchmark listing had confirmed that the smartphone will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 845 processor. In terms of pricing, the OnePlus 6 price for the premium 8GB RAM/ 256GB storage model has been suggested to be CAD 749 (roughly Rs. 38,000). However, the prices of the other variants of the upcoming iPhone 6s Plus spare parts are not yet known.


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Oppo A83 Pro launched India with 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage

Oppo A83 Pro has been launched in India. The new smartphone is an upgrade of the Oppo A83 that arrived in India in January at Rs. 13,990. Gadgets 360 has learnt that the Oppo A83 Pro price in India is set at Rs. 15,990. At this price point, the new Oppo handset will take on the likes of the Redmi Note 5 Pro, Vivo V7, and Samsung On7 Prime. The iPhone 6s LCD screen has more RAM and onboard storage over the previously launched Oppo A83, a source in retail informed Gadgets 360. The rest of the specifications are identical on both models. We've reached out to Oppo for confirmation of the launch, and will update this piece when we hear back.


Oppo A83 Pro specifications

The dual-SIM (Nano) Oppo A83 Pro runs Android 7.1 Nougat-based ColorOS 3.2 and features a 5.7-inch HD+ (720x1440 pixels) LCD panel with 18:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood, there is a MediaTek MT6737T SoC that has an octa-core CPU clocked at up to 2.5GHz, coupled with 4GB of RAM (the Oppo A83 has 3GB of RAM). The smartphone has a 13-megapixel rear camera sensor with an LED flash and an 8-megapixel camera sensor is available on the front.

For storing content, the Oppo A83 Pro has 64GB of inbuilt storage (Oppo A83 has 32GB inbuilt storage) that is expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB). The iPhone 6s LCD screen wholesale has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v4.2, GPS/ A-GPS, Micro-USB port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack on the connectivity front and comes with a facial recognition feature to unlock the screen using your face. Sensors on board include accelerometer, ambient light sensor, and proximity sensor. There is a 3180mAh battery. Besides, the handset measures 150.50x73.10x7.70mm and weighs 143 grams.


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Redmi 5 Flash Sale Today In India

Redmi 5 will be on its second flash sale in India today, roughly two weeks after its unveiling in the country. The new Redmi 5 (Review) is aimed at budget smartphone buyers looking for a large-screen model around the Rs. 10,000 price point. Like last week, fans will have to log on to Amazon India or Mi.com at 12pm to participate in the Redmi 5 flash sale, though it is important to be quick with the keyboard as not many units are expected considering it is a flash sale. Xiaomi is promoting the cell phone screen replacement as a ‘Compact Powerhouse’, and focusing on its slim design, selfie camera, large bezel-less display, and long battery life.


Redmi 5 price in India

The Xiaomi Redmi 5 price in India starts at Rs. 7,999 for the variant with 2GB RAM and 16GB in-built storage. There are two other variants for fans to choose from — 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage at Rs. 8,999, and 4GB RAM and 64GB built-in storage at Rs. 10,999. For launch offers, Jio will give buyers cashback worth Rs. 2,200 in the form of vouchers and 100GB additional 4G data on recharges of Rs. 199 or Rs. 299, while Amazon will provide 90 percent off Kindle e-books (up to maximum discount of Rs. 400).

Redmi 5 specifications

The Redmi 5 is a dual-SIM smartphone that runs MIUI 9 on top of Android Nougat out-of-the-box. It features a 5.7-inch HD+ (720x1440 pixels) display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The handset is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 SoC. Additionally, there is a 3300mAh battery under the hood.

When it comes to optics, the ETS sports a 12-megapixel rear camera with features such as f/2.2 aperture, PDAF, and LED flash. On the front is a 5-megapixel sensor with LED selfie light for selfies and video calling, as well as Smart Beauty 3.0 app. Connectivity options include 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It has proximity sensor, gyroscope, ambient light sensor, and accelerometer.


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