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OnePlus 6T leak reveals fingerprint sensor under display, new 256 GB storage option

The OnePlus 6T is the next flagship Android fans are waiting for. Expected to be launched on Oct 30, the OnePlus 6T will ship in early November. There are hints that this will be a spectacular device with powerful Octa-Core processors, 6GB of RAM and one of the first fingerprint sensors that will be hidden under the display.

A recent leak shows there will likely be a 256GB version for increased storage. The OnePlus 6T will omit the headphone jack and it will also feature a teardrop notch, one of the industry's smallest, for a front-facing camera.

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Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab S4

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Credit goes to Samsung for persevering in the Android tablet space despite most other makers, even Google, seemingly abandoning the form factor. Now that 10-inch tablets are a thing again and geared towards productivity as much as content consumption, Samsung’s Tab S4 offers a true modern Android tablet experience, but is this enough?

Let’s face it, Android on tablets hasn’t flourished in nearly eight years. There are very few tablet-optimized Android apps. While Android tablets can run thousands of smartphone apps, there’s very little incentive for developers to focus on tablet users.

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Review: Motorola Moto G6

It's easy to forget Motorola in the mix of top-flight smartphones today. While they make the only viable modular devices in the Moto Z lines, the Moto G6 is a perfectly viable option for anyone craving a sleek glass smartphone, dual-camera  functionality and long battery life.

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Motorola's G-line has evolved from an affordable and overachieving mid-range smartphone that became Motorola's best selling device specially in emerging countries transitioning from feature phones to smartphones. Unboxing the Moto G6 revealed a surprising premium Jet Black glass body, dual camera and thinned out bezels. Is this really a midrange smartphone?

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Bill Gates now uses an Android smartphone

If we didn't need any more proof that Windows Phone is truly dead as a doornail, let's just let it sink in that Microsoft Founder Bill Gates admitted to using an Android device as his primary smartphone. 

While Gates did not disclose exactly which Android he's rocking, many speculate that it is a special edition Samsung Galaxy S8 sold in the Microsoft Store that features Microsoft Apps and services front and centre.

Gates, who famously banned all iPhones and iPods from his family home, refuses to go the iPhone path (even as Microsoft employees, who are given the choice on what to BYOD, often sport Apple iPhones). Seems iike Gates' general dislike of Apple products (out of competitive principle, perhaps) has remained steadfast up to the present.

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