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Moto G5S in Midnight Blue launches in India with introductory price tag

Moto G5S in Midnight Blue

When launched in India back in August, the Moto G5S was available in Lunar Gray or Fine Gold. Starting today, you can also get the device in the Midnight Blue color option at Moto Hubs and various retail store across the country.

New Nokia 3310 3G Rumor Killed By HMD Global

New Nokia 3310 3G Rumor Killed By HMD Global

The Nokia 3310 (2017) feature phone was formally announced in late February with a Q2 release date. It was unveiled as a handset with 2G connectivity (well, 2.5G, technically), although a recent Nokia 3310 price spot indicated that a 3G version could also become available. However, after a rush of initial excitement, the rumor of a 3G model has now been killed by HMD Global.

Official: Xiaomi Mi 6 Will Be Announced On April 19

Official: Xiaomi Mi 6 Will Be Announced On April 19

Xiaomi has just officially confirmed that the Xiaomi Mi 6 is coming on April 19. Some sources misinterpreted Xiaomi’s Weibo (Chinese social network) post yesterday, and assumed that the Mi 6 will be announced today, but that won’t be the case. Xiaomi has now official announced the Mi 6 event which will be held in Beijing. If you take a look at the provided image, you’ll be able to see Xiaomi’s official teaser image.

Accessories for the Galaxy S8

Accessories for the Galaxy S8

If you’re thinking about picking up one of Samsung’s Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus handsets, then you may want to check out some of the accessories that Samsung plans to sell alongside them. Samsung has a catalogue of the familiar case varieties alongside a couple of new items and some upgrades to its power accessories.

Samsung killing the physical home button

Samsung killing the physical home button

Since the original Galaxy S, the physical home button has been a staple of Samsung’s flagship Android smartphones, a key part of the company’s mobile design language, and a tactile feature prefered by many. The arrival of the Galaxy S5 saw the home button take on a new role as the hub for the company’s fingerprint scanner, making the feature a key part of Samsung’s Knox security platform as well.

Ulefone Armor Android Smartphone Review

Ulefone Armor Android Smartphone Review

A rugged smartphone for under $200 is almost too good to be true, but Ulefone has a great offering here in the Armor

When it comes to rugged smartphones, none of them look pretty, none of them have small bezels, and almost none of them have fingerprint sensors. And that’s exactly what you’re getting here with the Ulefone Armor. This smartphone isn’t going to win any style points, but it is going to win some points in drop tests, and durability and for some, that’s what matters the most. The Ulefone Armor packs a pretty large battery with a pretty power efficient processor, which should give you enough battery to last all day long. It’s also running basically stock Android, which makes it seem like a great phone for those that need a bit more durability out of their smartphone. We’ve been putting the Ulefone Armor through its paces, so let’s see how it stacks up.