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Samsung’s 2017 smartphone champ, the Galaxy S8, has finally landed. This time around, it’s not just a new and improved mobile experience that the Korean giant has to deliver but an assurance its investment will be safe and reliable. Last year’s Galaxy Note 7 was the pinnacle of the company’s smartphone development, which unfortunately ended …

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It’s a new year, and with it comes a new LG G-series Android flagship smartphone. While the G5 last year was swell enough to hold its own against the top-end competition, it was clearly not at the top of the bunch. Sure, we gave LG kudos for taking a risk and trying a bold, new …

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  This post was made possible through a sponsorship with CJ Affiliate’s VIP Content Service and Samsung, which we thank for the opportunity. Despite being a sponsored review, all content and opinions expressed here are our own. The tablet craze seems to have dwindled down, but that’s not stopping mobile device manufacturers, particularly prime players …

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OnePlus is newer smartphone player in the Android space that likes to stir up the market. It’s known to produce probably the most competitive offering, or “Flagship Killer”. The OnePlus 3 that dropped the past summer was the company’s best effort to date, proving to be a force to be reckoned with even against top-end smartphones close …

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Towards the end of 2015, LG introduced a new flagship smartphone series with the V10. Although it was a relatively soft launch, there was nothing that fell short about the supersized, media-devouring portable machine. Many in the tech community considered it the best smartphone of its year – not a bad start for a new …

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Every year, Android enthusiasts and fans of the software’s latest stock form look forward to the next smartphone that Google plants its “Nexus” stamp on. Except, this year is different. The historic OEM partnership program was abandoned in favor for what some may call an evolution that has been a long time coming – Google’s completely …

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