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Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 review

We have seen some fascinating smartphone innovations in recent years, but if there's one evolution that has gone on to become a genuine head-turner, it would be 2016's Xiaomi Mi Mix. This trend-setter kicked off a bezel-less trend which has arguably culminated in the wallet-destroying iPhone X, and now the entire industry appears to be gripped with the desire to drastically reduce those bezels at all cost. With the Mi Mix, Chinese firm Xiaomi made a striking statement, not just from a design perspective but from a business one, too – it wants to be considered an equal to the big players in the global smartphone arena. The company has now reworked the original design and returned with the new Mi Mix 2, a more refined, logical and a favorable implementation of the bezel-less concept it did so much to promote. Since the Mi Mix blazed its trail a year ago, we have seen a handful of smartphones thinning down the bezels and maximizing that all-important screen-to-body ratio. From t…
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GETTY IMAGES A GADGET'S ONLY as good as its internet connection. Few things drive you crazier than a stuttery PUBG session or an episode of Game of Thrones streaming one. Halting. Word. At. A. Time. You probably don't think much about your router, though. And yet, by the time you've connected a family's worth of phones and tablets—plus your laptop, Roku, Xbox, smart fridge, doorbell, and thermostat—you've stressed out that Netgear RT-X86Something you bought at Circuit City in 2008. You remember your router, right? The one stashed in a closet somewhere, forgotten until the Comcast guy tells you to unplug it. You can do better. And so can your Wi-Fi. Luckily, getting faster internet requires nothing more than some light interior decorating and a few strings of numbers that we swear we're not using to hack you. Or, if you're into upgrades, you can solve your problem with one credit card swipe. Update, Upgrade

Xiaomi Redmi 5 First Look

Xiaomi's Redmi line has become synonymous with quality Android experience on a budget with a good reason. It is nearly impossible to beat the up and coming Chinese manufacturer's value propositions, especially if you live in a Xiaomi-covered market.
Better still, the Redmi lineup has been improving, inching closer to mid-tier equipment and features with each generation. In the current fifth iteration, your options break down as follows: Redmi 5ARedmi Note 5A (Redmi Y1)Redmi 5Redmi 5 Plus As usual, there is the positively entry-level Redmi 5A, priced at around €100. Despite the obvious improvements in the low-budget segment, you should still approach smartphones that cost €100 or less with a healthy dose of doubt. To put it simply, the Redmi 5A is underpowered. The same mostly applies to the equally cheap Redmi Note 5A, also known as the Redmi Y1. Unlike its sibling, it does at least have 8 Cortex-A53 cores under the hood but skimps on the trendy wide screen. Enter the Redmi 5,…

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 First Impression.."Amazing look and well designed :) "

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 release date, price, news and leaks By James Rogerson, Matt Swidera day ago Mobile phones   Samsung's next really big smartphone for 2018 Update:A new report suggests the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 might have an in-screen fingerprint scanner after all, and there's also growing evidence that the phone could launch slightly earlier in the year than its predecessor. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the next really big smartphone from Samsung now that it has launched the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus