OnePlus has always been known for packing their phones with top-notch specs with a hard to beat price tag. The company’s latest flagship killer, the OnePlus 5, is no different as it features Qualcomm’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 835 chip, 8GB LPDDR4X RAM, and speedy UFS 2.1 storage.
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After much hype and leaks, the OnePlus 5 was made official by the company today. Like the OnePlus 3/3T, the OnePlus 5 is an impressive smartphone for the specs it packs despite its higher price tag this time around.
Samsung’s flagship handsets — the Galaxy S8 and S8+ — have received ravishing reviews from major publications and consumers alike. However, one common complaint that most users have had with the handset is that they have been facing Wi-Fi connectivity issues. Most users are complaining that their Galaxy S8 fails to connect to WiFi networks or the connection automatically disconnects after a few minutes of use.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are the first Galaxy handsets from the Korean company to lack a physical home button. Instead, they come with an on-screen home button similar to many other Android devices. This makes the process of taking a screenshot on the handsets slightly different from previous Galaxy devices.
Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 4 and Redmi 4A have turned out to be incredibly popular in India. The Redmi Note 4 especially has been incredibly popular in India which can be understood from the fact that the handset sold 1 million units within 45 days of going on sale. And the company’s latest budget wonder, the Redmi 4A, is also on track to break the sales record set by previous Redmi devices.
LG was the last major OEM to continue including a handy IR blaster on its flagship devices. The G5 might have been a disaster for the company, but some people purchased the handset solely because it had an IR blaster. Sadly, with the G6, LG is not only ditching the removable battery but also the IR blaster.