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In today's edition of In Brief, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 could launch with 10GB of RAM, Spotify announces new Wear OS app, and more news you need to know.
If you need to catch up on the big news of the day, then you'll want to check out In Brief. We learn more about Samsung and Essential devices and more.
These days you don't have to spent $800+ to get a phone powered by the Snapdragon 845? Check out these phones that are super fast, but also affordable.
In the latest episode of Hot Take we take a look at the Pocophone F1, what's going with email clients, and an upcoming Galaxy phone with some interesting new features.
You need a new device but (rightly) think spending north of $1,000 is insanity, right? Well, you're not alone. Check out our list of devices under $500!
Are you looking for a brand new Android phone? Are you on a tight budget? Check out our list of the five best cheap Android phones you can buy right now.
In this episode we chat about some Google's event in October, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, and Google's Play Store policies.
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Xiaomi isn't exactly a household name stateside, but it makes some great phones. We reviewed the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S after a month of use - take a look!
Xiaomi's new sub-brand Pocophone has officially launched their first phone the F1 in India with a Snapdragon 845, 6GB of RAM, and the low low price of $300.
The Xiaomi Mi Band 3 offers a lot of introductory smartwatch/fitness tracker features for an incredible price. But is it worth it or should you spend more?
The Android Pie update has been released, but when will your device get the update? Check out this article for all the latest update news.
The Pocophone F1 is the new phone from Xiaomi's new sub-brand meant to challenge OnePlus in India and possibly beyond.
If YouTube Signature Device is a new term for you then you're not alone. Check out what it's all about and what devices are supported.
While Xiaomi missed the over-optimistic $100 billion goal for their IPO, they are still one of the most valuable smartphone makers in the world.