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Razer Phone hands-on Review Part 2

Like other 2017 flagships, the Razer Phone doesn't have a headset jack, but a USB-C audio adapter which contains a THX-certified 24-bit DAC is included within a single box. For those who would prefer to not use a adapter, Razer isn't including headphones at the package, but will provide standalone Hammerhead USB-C headset using a 24-bit DAC which are available for purchase separately at a cost of $79.99. The Razer Phone is powered with a flagship specs list which comprises a Snapdragon 835 chip, Adreno 540 GPU, 64 GB of expandable storage (with adoptive storage to the microSD card) and 8 GB of RAM.

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Razer Phone hands-on: gaming phone for everyone

What happens each time a gaming computer provider buys a smartphone provider? They produce a gaming phone, right? Not exactly! Razer bought Nextbit earlier this season, and now the company has released its very first smartphone. It isn't a gaming phone, but it's a mobile designed for gamers. We travelled hands-free together using the Razer Phone and here is what it was really like. What's the big difference between a gaming phone and a phone made for gamers?

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Hands-on with Nokia 2: It’s not about the specs!

After a ton of budget and also mid-sized apparatus – Nokia 3, Nokia 5, and Nokia 6 – HMD Global announced its most inexpensive apparatus as nonetheless, the Nokia 2, costing €99 ($115). The Nokia 2 comes with Android 7.1.2 Nougat out of the box, and like with all Nokia devices it comes with the assurance of up-to-date and pure Android experience. This usually means that Nokia 2 can acquire monthly security upgrades and you will be upgraded to Android Oreo 'so on'.

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Moto X4 Android One review: Camera and Software

Double cameras are all the rage smart phones at the moment and also the Moto X4, Motorola is bringing this double camera experience in a cheaper package. We've already seen a dual-camera smartphone from Motorola with the Z2 Force, but, unlike the Z2 Force, the X4 comes with a second wideangle lens, where as the Z2 Force comes with a black sensor. The principal sensor is 1 2 mega pixels using an aperture of f/2.0 and the secondary is 8 mega pixels at f/2.2 with phase-detection autofocus. Regrettably, there isn't any optical image stabilization on either lens.

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Moto X4 Android One review: return of the X

The Moto X4 revives the Moto X name, however it's now not the Moto X we once knew. It currently comes in the form of an Android One apparatus plus it joins Google's short list of Project Fi-compatible apparatus. If we're being absolutely honest here, the only real thing the Moto X4 shares with the Moto X's of yesteryear is that it's name. Otherwise, this is a very different apparatus with a brand new leadership. Being under the Android One program, the Moto X4 Gets a Excellent affordable entry point into Google's Project Fi. But can the rest of the phone live up expectations? Find out at our full review!

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Nokia 6 Review, price and specification

I'll be fair, it still feels somewhat odd checking out a Nokia smartphone and seeing it running Android, but it's certainly better than the previous times of Windows Phone. We recently got the opportunity to inspect the newest Nokia 6 up close and personal, a top looking smartphone without the premium cost attached to it. How's that possible you say? Well, it's one of the numerous recently announced Amazon Exclusive tablets which the retail giant is offering in a considerable discount -- in exchange for advertisements and offers being thrown onto your lock display.

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