As I’m sure you know by now, we were in Chicago, Illinois this week to see Motorola announce the Moto Z3. While it may not be the super high-end phone people were expecting, it has a pretty gigantic trick up its sleeve: the promise to be the first 5G-capable smartphone.
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The Moto Z3 is the latest flagship from the Lenovo-owned Motorola. So what does the Z3 bring to the table? Let’s take a look.
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Fortnite won’t land on the Google Play Store. Instead, you’ll have to install directly from Epic Games.
These phones are great. Read our full Moto G6 and Moto G6 Play review to find out why.
The fastboot menu also all but confirms that at least one Pixel 3 XL variant will come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 has been unveiled. It’s a high-end tablet with laptop-style features and will cost quite a lot.
The OnePlus 6 packs improved camera components, but are they enough to satisfy your photo needs? Here is our OnePlus 6 camera review.
In the budget smartphone world, Motorola has long been king. But does the new E5 series deserve the crown? Find out in our Moto E5 Play and Moto E5 Plus review.
This week, we’re giving away two itel P32 smartphones and $500 in Amazon gift cards. Enter this week’s Sunday giveaway for your chance to win!
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