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Samsung Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 Classic get WalkieTalkie app

Samsung’s new smartwatches can be used for two-way voice communication with Samsung’s WalkieTalkie app. This app is exclusive to Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 Classic and can only be used to communicate between these wearables. Samsung’s Tizen-based smartwatches will not be able to use this app. You can use the WalkieTalkie app to instantly voice chat with your contacts. You can also create channels that multiple contacts can simultaneously participate in.…
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OnePlus Nord 2 gets gaming optimizations, OnePlus 7 series gets Bitmoji in new updates

While none of these is anything even close to Android 12, OnePlus is currently busy sending out new software updates to the Nord 2, 7, 7 Pro, 7T, and 7T Pro. Let’s start with the newest of those phones. The update for the Nord 2 is labeled OxygenOS 11.3.A.10, and it seems to already be rolling out according to some user reports.…
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Honor 50 and 50 Pro get a limited edition colorway dubbed the “Honor Code”

The Honor 50 series was unveiled in mid-June and went on sale ten days later. The vanilla Honor 50 and the 50 Pro were available in four colors at launch, but now there is a fifth option – the limited edition “Honor Code” colorway. It features the letters of “HONOR” scrambled randomly on the back. The colors of the background and of the letters shift depending on the angle of the light reflecting off them.…
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Red Magic 6S Pro teasers hint at graphene cooling, no changes to the design

Heat dissipation has become a hot topic for high-end smartphones, especially the ones running top of the line chipsets like the Snapdragon 888+, which will power the upcoming Red Magic 6S Pro. The gaming brand has been posting teasers about the advanced cooling solution it has devised for the new phone. One of the teasers boasts about some space-grade technology, a graphene cooling sheet if we’re reading the machine translation right.…
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Realme GT Master review

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Fossil Gen 6 watches bring Snapdragon Wear 4100+ platform and good old Wear OS

After a couple of high-profile leaks, Fossil has finally unveiled its Gen 6 smartwatch lineup powered by Google’s Wear OS (but not the latest OS 3 version) and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 4100+ platform. The new watches come in 44mm and 42mm sizes. Fossil Gen 6 (image: Fossil) Both sized watches have 1.28″ AMOLED displays with 416 x 416-pixel resolution and always-on functionality.…
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vivo X70 Pro photographed in the wild with a 5x periscope and ZEISS T* lenses

vivo officially unveiled the design for the X70 Pro+ before the September 9 announcement of the new flagship series. The Pro model was not featured in the published images and videos, but someone has a unit on hand and posted a photo. Here’s the first look at the vivo X70 Pro. It matches the 3D renders from a few days ago, so you can check those out for more angles.…
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Harmony OS reaches 70 million users, stable update now available for nearly 100 devices

Huawei introduced its own mobile OS to the world under the name Harmony OS. Back in June, the company CEO promised 100 models will get the stable variant, and according to Chinese media, this milestone is right around the corner. Today, the company celebrated 70 million devices switching to Harmony OS, and reports also claimed “nearly” 100 models are eligible for the update.…
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Realme GT Neo2 renders and specs surface: Snapdragon 870 chip, 6.62″ 120Hz display

Shortly after the original GT, Realme unveiled the Realme GT Neo (this was in March). Today, the VP of Realme China confirmed that the company is working on a follow-up and while the official didn’t go further than that, the OnLeaks and Digit.in have renders and specs to share. The Realme GT Neo2 will have a flat 6.62” AMOLED display, the largest in the GT family yet.…
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Realme Pad to be powered by MediaTek Helio G80

Realme Pad, the maker’s first entry into the tablet space will be powered by a 12nm octa-core MediaTek Helio G80 chipset, as revealed by Geekbench. The benchmark also shows the software is Android 11, as expected, and that the Realme Pad will start with 4GB of RAM, although we expect a 6GB model as well. The Realme Pad will come in Grey and Gold, with a 10.4-inch…