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ZenFone 3 Deluxe The great phone of 2016

The Asus Zenfone 3 Deluxe specs, not the screen, are what really pop. On paper, it matches and exceeds almost all of the phones we've tested - again, on paper. Its 6GB of RAM is supposed to give you more breathing room to open apps and multitask without slowdown. Whether or not that happens is going to depend on how efficient it is at running the Asus-themed Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system and the Android Nougat update, whenever that comes about. The Zenfone 3 is also future-proofed with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor. It's a step up from every major Android phone right now (LG G5, HTC 10 and the US version of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge). Running a quick GeekBench 3 benchmark test at Computex while it had the older Snapdragon 820 chip * (and before getting shooed away and told this is just a prototype), the phone was able to hit a multi-core score of 5,420. That beats the US Samsung Galaxy S7 (5,398) score I logged when it first came out. That'
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Samsung UHD Review ( the best tv of 2016 )

Overview Samsung is one of the definite leaders of the pack when it comes to building superb, well designed and feature rich 4K Ultra HD TVs. Overall, a number of Samsung ultra HD TV models, particularly those of the SUHD line are what we would consider to be some of the finest 4K ultra HD LCD TVs sold to date and in general this is a company whose 4K TVs definitely please their users far more than they disappoint them. For 2016, we saw this trend on Samsung’s part to continue with the advent of even further refinements to their newest models. Samsung’s 4K ultra HD TVs first of all offer a rich list of standard connectivity, color, contrast, upscaling and smart TV features which are generally known to be exceptional in the quality at which they perform and whether you want high quality display, excellent color, great future proofed connectivity or a very fine smart TV platform, very few of this company’s models disappoint on the whole. Types Samsung’s 4K ultra HD TV lineup for 2015

Moto Z force REVIEW

Introduction The Lenovo Tech World brought us the Moto Z and Moto Z Force not that long ago but the US launch of the devices was just made public with Verizon introducing the Droid Edition versions of the two flagships. Moto Z Force will be exclusive to the US so we couldn't wait to get our hands on one at the launch event. Motorola and Verizon lead a successful Droid promo campaign in the early days of Android and deserves a lot of credit for the success of the nascent OS. The partnership is still strong and the US carrier occasionally gets an exclusive version. For now at least, the Force version of the phone is available in the US only. The Moto Z Force Droid Edition brings a big battery, 3,500mAh while being only slightly thicker -at 7mm it's still impressively thin. The 5.5" AMOLED screen with QHD resolution also has ShatterShield - two panes of glass make sure the screen doesn't crack when you drop the phone. The regular Moto Z Droid Edition settles for a sin

Microsoft Lumia 950 best Review

The Lumia 950 proves that there's a lot going for Windows 10 Mobile, though also a lot of work to be done. Its best trick is that it blows up to desktop-like proportions with Continuum, but it sorely needs apps. Dedicated Microsoft fans and willing beta testers need apply.  FOR Windows 10 Mobile is slick Iris-scanning lockscreen Continuum is its best trick  AGAINST App situation is dire Microsoft Maps is 'Apple Maps bad' Call quality is subparMicrosoft Lumia 950 deals $443.49 €382.89 £299.00 We've found 8 Microsoft Lumia 950 deals ★ Ayoub TECH ★ Whenever I look at the Microsoft Lumia 950, it scans my eyes, winks at me and unlocks with the words "Hello, Matt" – as if it knows me and wants to flirt. In a way, I feel like I recognize it, too. And, I won't lie, I kind of like it back … just not that much. Advertisement It reminds me of my first true smartphone, the Audiovox SMT 5600, a rebranded HTC Typhoon, before HTC even sold phones. It was sm

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Review blackberry Priv the 1st blackberry Android in market

Introduction A curved screen QWERTY slider by BlackBerry that runs Android, are we getting this right? We double checked and the Priv is just as exciting as it is unique. Honestly, it is one of those things many may've fantasized about but nobody actually believed would happen. It's also probably the last chance for BlackBerry to try and turn things around. The BlackBerry Priv is a risky and costly venture - acknowledging the irony of saying that about a device, which is both superbly equipped and tightly secured. Hopefully, for BlackBerry's sake, the Priv will meet the expectations it set for itself and go down as a visionary, not an anomaly. Before we start exploring it though, we simply feel compelled to stop and let its marvelous ambivalence sink in. The Priv looks strikingly like a highly customized car. It is almost as if BlackBerry walked into the dealership and ticked every possible box, even some that are barely compatible, and then went on to request a complet

Review Nexus 6P

The best phone for those that like a simple interface Weight: 178g | Dimensions: 159.3 x 77.8 x 7.3 mm | OS: Android Marshmallow | Screen size: 5.7-inch | Resolution: 2560 x 1440 | CPU: Snapdragon 810 | RAM: 3GB | Storage: 32GB/64GB/128GB | Battery: 3450mAh | Rear camera: 12.3MP | Front camera: 8MP  Great specs for the price  Front-facing stereo speakers  Ugly rear camera bulge  No wireless charging The Nexus 6P is a larger phone, but that means it comes with some upgraded specs too. There's a vivid QHD display, which is much sharper than many other smartphone around, but Huawei (the brand making the Google Nexus phablet) has tried hard to make it more palm-friendly. You'll always get the latest version of Android first with Nexus phones (currently the highly-rated Android Marshmallow) and there's the innovative placement of the fingerprint scanner on the back -which is both quick and accurate, while being much safer than a PIN. It's not super-cheap like the