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Five ASUS ZenFone 4 variants to be released soon

We may be focusing our attention on the ZenFone AR from the Taiwanese tech giant but ASUS also has more new phones to roll out. It was officially launched a couple of weeks ago but while anticipating for this AR/VR smartphone, ASUS was also teasing us with the ZenFone 4 …

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YotaPhone 3 benchmarked this eary on GFXBench

As early as March of this year, we heard that Yota is planning a 3rd-generation YotaPhone. It was soon teased and listed for pre-order for its Summer arrival. Some information was leaked only last week and now the device has hit GFXBench. This means the smartphone is already being tested by …

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Google Photos rolling out Shared Libraries and Suggested Sharing

Back in May during Google’s annual I/O developer conference, the company announced brand new features coming to Google Photos which aimed make sharing content even easier. Now the features are rolling out. Google today announced that the new Shared Libraries and Suggested Sharing sheet are rolling out to users on Android, iOS, and the web. The …

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 platform now official

Qualcomm today announced another new processor, this one meant for mid-range devices that are meant to be produced at high volume. The Snapdragon 450 processor is now official. It’s built upon the 14nm process, which is meant to give the new chipset considerable gains in both performance and efficiency when …

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Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon Wear 1200 for wearables

Qualcomm has announced the next version of its processor for the wearables market, with the latest generation meant to fit within a variety of devices including fitness trackers, watches for kids, and more. It’s the Snapdragon Wear 1200, and it’s a new system-on-a-chip that’s meant primarily for tracking devices and …

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Qualcomm announces new fingerprint sensors that work under glass

Today Qualcomm officially announced three brand new fingerprint sensors that work with the more demanding smartphone design of today’s market, as devices go for bezel-less designs. All three new fingerprint sensors will work on waterproof-designed handsets, with each of the new sensors also detecting heartbeats and blood flow, which will make on-screen gestures much …

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