Like OnePlus said during its announcement, we're harsh critics. So when the OnePlus 5's display was mounted upside down, resulting in an inversion in refresh direction and a slightly annoying "jelly" effect on movement, we were quick to cry foul about it. When it came to the new OnePlus 5T, our questions on the subject were rebuffed, but according to the folks at XDA, the OnePlus 5T's display is mounted more traditionally this time, so "jelly" scrolling shouldn't be a problem.
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The EcoFlow Tech River will change the way you look at portable power.
Keeping all your tech charged can be a neverending struggle, which is why portable charging accessories come in all shapes and sizes. A battery pack that's compact enough to throw in your backpack is a great personal accessory, but sometimes you need something a little more substantial.
The EcoFlow Tech River is a stylish looking mobile power station that houses an impressive 412Wh battery (equivalent to 114,000mAh) with 11 output Read more [...]
YouTube 12.40 brought one small but neat change: a pinch-to-zoom gesture that lets you expand the video to fit an entire 18:9 display. Since most videos are made for the 16:9 format, black bars would sit on each side of the display when you're viewing YouTube videos in fullscreen mode, which sort of detracted from the illusion of having that big shiny nearly full-front display.
With 12.40, only the Pixel 2 supported the gesture, leaving other 18:9 smartphones behind. Now we've verified that v12.44 Read more [...]
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4
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The Redmi Note 4 is the phone to beat in the budget segment. It features a 5.5-inch Full HD display with 2.5D curved glass, a premium design with an all-metal chassis and contoured edges, and class-leading battery life.
And with Xiaomi issuing a permanent price cut, the Redmi Note 4 is much more pocket-friendly. The variant with 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage is now selling for ₹9,999, making it the best deal in the budget segment. If you need more Read more [...]
Oreo's era is in full swing and the next device to get the chocolate and cream treat is HTC's U11. Back in August, when Oreo officially launched, HTC said it would be bringing the new software version to the U11, U Ultra, and HTC 10, and the first one appears to have won the race.
Twitter user @shimonips tweeted that he got the update notification on his Taiwan unit of the U11. The update weighs 1.33GB and pushes the build number up to 2.31.709.1. It should also come with all the Oreo goodies, Read more [...]