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Here’s the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in its pink color variant [Gallery]

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is set to go official in just over a week, and today another batch of leaked images have hit the web. Here’s the Galaxy Note 10 in its never-before-seen pink color variant. Samsung’s upcoming flagship hasn’t been too shy when it comes to leaked renders, but so far we’ve only seen the device in two different paint jobs. Those black…
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The Fortnite World Cup Finals were a victory lap for Epic Games

The first thing I noticed when I walked into Arthur Ashe Stadium was the sound. It wasn’t the roar of thousands of fans descending into a single venue or the cacophony of dozens of people working diligently behind the scenes to make sure everything went smoothly. Instead…
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Oppo Reno 5G and Oppo RX17 Neo giveaway: We have our winners!

It doesn't have to be Christmas to receive gifts – two lucky readers of our website have each won a new Oppo smartphone in the middle of the summer. Our Oppo giveaway ended yesterday and we have two winners. Congratulations! Guys, if you are reading this, check your…
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Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G shows up on 3C with 25W charger

Samsung is looking to release a trio of Galaxy Note10 models – normal, plus sized and a 5G version of the plus. A 3C certification sheet is here to confirm the charging capabilities of the 5G version. The listing mentions a phone with a model number SM-N9760 and a 25W…
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Realme gathers beta testers for a mysterious Project X

Realme is preparing something big and is looking for beta testers willing to help polish it. An administrator from the fan forum posted a call for people willing to enroll, but also have experience in beta testing pre-release software and reporting bugs. To participate in Project X, candidates must have worked with beta software and debugging before. They also must own a Realme 3 Pro - no other…
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Oppo flaunts new ridiculously curved ‘waterfall’ display [Gallery]

Oppo looks to be pushing us towards an ultra-curved future with in-display cameras. Their latest efforts show off what they are calling a “Waterfall Screen” that has simply insane edges that are almost at 90-degrees. While curved edges on current displays are more or less the norm, the extra level that these curves reach really does look striking. How it will work is another question…
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