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Xiaomi Quick Charge 3.0 charger launched in India

Xiaomi finally launched its quick charger in India at Rs. 449. Xiaomi already sells its standard 5V-2A charger in India, but the new charger comes with up to 12V and 3A output. Moreover, with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge support it will offer fast charging to the Xiaomi smartphones especially to Mi Mix …

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Take the Android Taste Test to easily customize your phone

Die-hard Android fans don’t hesitate to tout the ability to completely customize your Android phone’s overall look as a benefit over Apple‘s iOS. But how do you know where to start? Android can be downright confusing. There are launchers, icon packs, wallpapers, widgets and so much more you can tinker …

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Asus ZenFone Zoom S Review

Fitting smartphones with two camera sensors around back seem to be the go-to strategy for pretty much every smartphone manufacturer today. Adding oodles of RAM and CPU cores just doesn’t seem attention-grabbing enough anymore. Either that or people are now wise enough to know that numbers are not really everything. …

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Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra Review

Japanese electronics giant Sony has been struggling with its smartphone division for quite a while now. To cut losses, it chose to stop making its ‘Premium Standard’ smartphones to focus only on its flagship lineup. This year, Sony already two flagships in the form of Xperia XZs and the Xperia XZ …

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Strengths and Weaknesses of Android Applications

The Android world has registered a remarkable development in terms of user base and applications. Some Android application and programming companies have evidently developed crackerjack applications on this platform. As compared to iOS, Android is the most widely used operating system. But many of the concepts are relatively new in …

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How to Remap the Galaxy S8’s Bixby Button (Without Rooting)

  With the launch of the Galaxy S8, Samsung decided to get in on the “personal assistant” action with its own version, called Bixby—there’s even a dedicated button to launch the service on the S8. The thing is, Bixby just isn’t very good. In traditional Samsung form, Bixby launched as …

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