Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are official: Beautifully designed powerhouses

Samsung has unveiled Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, it’s next-generation flagship smartphones, at an event in New York. Both the devices bring truly innovative things to the table by maintaining the familiar feel to it. In short, similar outer shell style but beefed up hardware. There are a couple of other redesigns, which makes the user experience a whole lot better.

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NVIDIA announces GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card, powerful consumer grade discreet graphics card to date

NVIDIA has officially announced the most powerful consumer grade discreet graphics card to date – GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. NVIDIA CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang has taken the stage at Game Developers Conference in San Francisco to announce this powerful graphics card. It isn’t the most surprising thing to expect because NVIDIA has been announcing souped-up ‘Ti’ series cards from a couple of years now to provide extra horsepower.

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Hands-on images of Galaxy S8 leaked, looks like a real deal

Samsung is yet to announce its next-generation flagship devices, which are rumored to be called Galaxy S8 and S8+. Today, a new leak reiterates all the leaked specifications. The guys at BGR managed to get hands-on images of unannounced Galaxy S8.

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Xiaomi unveils Mi 5c and Redmi 4X

Xiaomi announces Mi 5c as well as a brand new affordable device called Redmi 4X. To remind you, Xiaomi has also unveiled its first ever home-brewed System-On-a-Chip called Surge S1. The Mi 5c is powered by this new chipset.

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Surge S1 is official: Xiaomi’s first home-brewed System-On-Chip

Xiaomi has finally achieved one of the rarest feats by announcing its first ever in-house System-On-a-Chip called Surge S1. After Samsung, Apple, and Huawei, the Xiaomi is a fourth smartphone maker, who designs their own SoCs and it’s the second Chinese smartphone maker to do this. The company started working on this project back in mid-2015 after partnering with Leadcode.

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LG G6 with 5.7-inch 18:9 Quad HD display becomes official at MWC 2017

LG has unveiled G6, the company’s latest flagship smartphone, at MWC 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. Firstly, LG unconditionally ditched the modular system, which was introduced with G5 last year and went with much more traditional way. There are no moving parts this time around and no removable battery either.

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