Samsung's foldable phone, the Galaxy F, will reportedly cost a whopping $1,770.
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Samsung is back with a brand new, low-end Android Go device.
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Google today relaunched its Files Go file management app for Android as Files by Google.
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Samsung finally unveiled its first-ever foldable display design today. Folks, this is no gimmick.
Samsung becomes the first mainstream phone maker to unveil a foldable smartphone...or a tablet?
Six months after promising to do so, Microsoft has delivered Timeline on Android, courtesy of a major Microsoft Launcher update.
Opera today announced Opera for Android 48, which blocks annoying cookie and privacy dialogs and adds several other new features.
With its users reporting a wide range of reliability issues, Google has slowly started fixing problems with its Pixel 3 handsets.
It looks like someone didn't get the memo: Barnes & Noble inexplicably announced a new Nook tablet today.
Following in the footsteps of its impressive predecessor, the OnePlus 6T shrinks the notch and adds an in-display fingerprint reader.
Microsoft's SwiftKey will soon be updated to support Bing search directly from the mobile keyboard.
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If you're looking for a flagship smartphone and don't want to spend upwards of $1000, OnePlus is there for you.
It does not have any front-facing cameras -- instead, it has a full-blown display on the back. for taking selfies with the rear camera
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OnePlus's T-branded releases are perhaps more correctly identified as a sideways shift than an upgrade.
If the single large notch on the Pixel 3 XL wasn't enough, there is now a second one for some.
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Google's inexpensive Pixel USB-C Earbuds are a great option for those who don't want the outside world to be silenced.
So here's one that will leave you wondering: A report determines that Android is more secure than Windows 10 or iOS.
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