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Blackberry DTEK60 Review

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BlackBerry is focused on putting “the smart in the smartphone,” leveraging our strengths in state-of-the-art software and security solutions. Soon, licensing will further expand the options for BlackBerry-branded devices, security, and productivity software to a wider, worldwide audience.  DTEK60 is ideal for enterprises and organizations looking to deploy devices to manage the security and productivity of their data and employees. It offers best-in-class security for enterprise customers with flagship specs – but at a lower price tier than most flagship phones – to help power productivity and security for users and enterprises. Secure From the Start Our expertise in secure mobile...

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Google Pixel Review

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Google’s Pixel XL is the Android phone we’ve always wanted. It’s as gorgeous, powerful, slick, and easily upgradeable as the iPhone. It’s the best Android phone of 2016 hands down. One question remains: Is this the Android phone that will make you want to leave the iPhone behind for good? A familiar design with a bit of Google magic Maybe it was that new phone feeling or the subtle little G for Google on the back of the phone, but the Pixel XL has a magic quality about it. This is it! The first Google Phone! Just like the majority...

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Alcatel Idol 3 Review

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Just a few short years ago, the term “budget phone” was synonymous with compromise. Getting an inexpensive, unlocked handset typically meant settling for cruddy plastic, tinny speakers, sluggish software, and God-awful battery life. But that’s all changed. In pursuit of emerging markets and feature-phone holdouts, companies like Motorola, Microsoft, Asus, and others have launched uncompromising hardware at increasingly attractive prices. The Asus Zenfone 2, for example, packs a 5.5-inch 1080p display and 2GB of RAM and starts at $200. The Microsoft Lumia 640 is even cheaper – $80 – but cuts surprisingly few corners. Those are cream of the crop examples, granted. Despite the market’s maturation, some of...

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LG K10 Review

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OUR EARLY VERDICT The LG K10 is shaping up to be a competitive budget phone that runs Android. While Motorola has impressed us the most before, this K Series entry for 2016 has a smoother design and rocks a large, 5.3-inch display. The LG K10 is shaping up to be a competitive budget phone that runs Android. While Motorola has impressed us the most before, this K-series entry for 2016 has a smoother design and rocks a large, 5.3-inch display. The LG K10 is a budget phone trapped inside the body of the company's familiar design, seen in high-end devices...

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Active – specs review

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