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The POCO X3 comes with Snapdragon 732G SoC, 120Hz display, and costs just £199

The budget smartphone segment is getting more capable and more crowded than ever, with the latest entrant being the POCO X3 NFC that will cost just £199 when it goes on sale in the UK on September 17th. That £199 (~$ 260) gets you the recently announced Snapdragon 732G chipset, a 120HZ display, 33W fast-charging, and […]

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Mobvoi’s TicWatch GTX costs just $60 and is packed with features

While we wait for news on exactly when Mobvoi is launching the TicWatch Pro 3 that is powered by the new Snapdragon Wear 4100 platform, it has instead announced the affordable TicWatch GTX that costs just $ 60. Featuring fitness 24/7 health monitoring, IP68 ingress protection, and up to 10-days battery life, the TicWatch GTX is […]

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Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Fan Edition may cut costs in design and cameras

Rumors have swirled of a Galaxy S20 Fan Edition that would serve as a lower-cost alternative to the original, and it now appears to exist as more than just a collection of murmurs. Well-known tipster OnLeaks and Pricebaba have posted leak-based rende…
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Replacing the screen on Huawei’s Mate X costs an eye-watering $1000

MWC 2019 saw Huawei take the wraps off its own take on the foldable smartphone, the Mate X. Sporting a price that makes the wallet whimper in fear, it goes beyond saying that repairing the foldable smartphone is not going to be cheap. But, how much would it cost to replace the display on the […]

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Nokia 1 Plus Review: Software costs hardware

Amongst a lineup of great value devices, Nokia’s most budget offering falls disappointingly short; providing a laggy, buggy, and all-around frustrating experience with only a few perks which are overshone.

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Essential brings Newton mail app back from the dead, still costs $50 per year

2019 is gearing up to be a pretty weird year, and Essential is here to help. After purchasing CloudMagic a few months ago for some reason, the phone maker has revived CloudMagic’s failing email app, Newton, after the company shut down the app in September. They’ve changed basically nothing, they’re still charging a ton of money […]

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Tag Heuer’s new smartwatch has 500 style combinations, and costs at least $1,600

Tag Heuer has announced its second smartwatch, the Connected Modular 45. As the name suggests, it’s highly customizable for a total of 500 different potential looks for the $ 1,600 Android Wear 2.0 device.

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Acer’s new HD projector for gaming costs a hefty $5,000

Acer has injected a projector into its Predator product line, the Z850. It’s capable of up to a 1,920 x 1,200 resolution at 120 inches from as little as 18.5 inches away. This projector is easy to carry and setup, but costs $ 5,000.

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Cricket Wireless’ entry-level LG Spree costs less than a Benjamin

Cricket Wireless, AT&T’s prepaid subsidiary, has unveiled the LG Spree, an entry-level smartphone that costs less than a Benjamin. If you’re interested, the handset is currently available for purchase.

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New Raspberry Pi Zero micro computer is smaller, faster, and more capable — and it costs $5

The new Raspberry Pi Zero has launched for the holidays and instantly sold out. Costing just $ 5, it is more powerful and less expensive than the older Raspberry Pi. It is a full-blown programmable computer that can run Linux.

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