don't call it a comeback

Has HTC already used its 9 lives?

If you can find the energy to remember, you will know that HTC was once one of the biggest mobile phone manufacturers and brands in the world. Over the last decade the company has drifted into obscurity with a string of failed releases and appalling marketing campaigns. HTC is, of course, hoping for an eventual …

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9 Best Wireless Chargers for Android

Looking for a new wireless charger for your new smartphone? These are the best wireless chargers you can buy for your device whether you prefer a charging stand or a charging puck.

Together at last

The FCC has approved the $26.5 billion T-Mobile & Sprint merger

Following the green light given by the Department of Justice, the FCC has officially approved the $26.5 billion merger between T-Mobile and Sprint. The FCC approval was the last major hurdle Spring and T-Mobile needed to clear for the merger to go through, but there’s still a chance that lawsuits from various state attorneys general …

New take on WearOS

The new Mi Watch unveiled with Xiaomi’s take on WearOS

Xiaomi has been playing in the smartwatch space for a few years now with its fitness-centric Amazefit watches, but the company has finally unveiled its first device which it will be pitting against smartwatches form Apple and other Wear OS manufacturers. As you’d expect, the Xiaomi Mi Watch is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear …

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Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition grabs the top spot on DxOMark’s charts

Xiaomi has shot to the top of DXOMARK’s charts with the introduction of the Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition. While the phone shares 99% of the features found in the $400 Mi CC9 Pro, the Premium Edition has more RAM, storage and an upgraded P9 lens which replaces the P8 lens found in the standard …

How many pixels?

Xiaomi’s new $400 Mi CC9 Pro has a 108MP camera!

After months of waiting, Xiaomi has officially unveiled the CC9 Pro, the world’s first smartphone equipped with Samsung’s new 108-megapixel ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor. That’s right, Xiaomi’s new smartphone sports more megapixels than most professional cameras. The new 1/1.33-inch sensor is not as large as the 1/1.2-inch sensor Nokia used in the iconic 808, but …