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Nokia 6.1 Review

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With its newly available Nokia 6.1, HMD really nails the basics. Despite the $270 price tag, you never really feel like you're missing out due to the lower price. The big highlight here is the rock-solid aluminum unibody, which would feel right at home on a flagship device. The back is a mostly flat slab of anodized aluminum that curves ever so slightly when it reaches the perimeter of the back. There's a slight camera bump on the back that houses the 16MP sensor and an LED flash that is oddly far away from the camera lens, but it gives...

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Motorola Moto G6 Review

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The Moto G6 is a stunning budget smartphone - Motorola sets a new standard Pros  Superb camera Sensibly priced Attractive glass and aluminium body Cons  Protruding camera housing attracts unsightly dust Battery life could be better The Moto G6 is an Android smartphone with a lot of baggage. Five years ago, Motorola was a company struggling to find its identity but it hit upon a golden strategy almost by accident with the original Moto G. Since then, the G has gone from strength to strength and has become firm's most popular ever phone. For a budget phone, the Moto G6 is...

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Moto Z3 Play Review

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Two years ago, Motorola’s Moto Z Play stood out for one specific reason: it provided exceptional battery life, thanks to an efficient processor and large battery. It was also part of Motorola’s first wave of Moto Mod-compatible phones, so if you wanted to extend that battery life even further, you could slap a battery Mod on the back and keep going for days — literally. The Z Play wasn’t a perfect phone by any stretch of the imagination, but its longevity and midrange price more than made up for its blocky design, slower performance, and so-so camera.  But two years and two...

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Samsung S9 Review

Posted by Hans Kuenzel on

Summary Bigger than previous Note phones in every way, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has a larger 6.4-inch screen, heftier 4,000mAh battery, and a massive 1TB of storage option. The already good camera is slightly better, the stereo speakers are a first for the Note, and the Bluetooth-connected S Pen can activate fun customizable shortcuts remotely. But its price matches (and even tops) what you’ll pay for an iPhone X. FOR Beautiful 6.4-inch Infinity Display Superb camera, even in low light Battery and storage last and last Bluetooth S Pen shortcuts are fun AGAINST Expensive A lot of small upgrades...

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New Cellet Windshield/Dashboard Phone Holder with Quick-Snap Technology

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Mount your phone securely as you drive with the Cellet windshield/dashboard Quick SNAP Phone Holder Mount. This phone holder will firmly fasten onto your windshield or dashboard and hold your phone with ease. The cradle has non-slip extendable arms that extends up to 3.5 inches wide and cushioned arms and backing to prevent any scratches on your device. The sticky suction cup under the base will hold your smartphone and holder firmly in place either on your dashboard or windshield. Accommodates phones up to 3.5” wide Suction cup with lock lever secures base onto your dashboard or windshield Quick-snap technology...

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