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T-Mobile CEO responds to data breach at Experian

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 03:10 PM PDT

If you're not aware, Experian had a serious data breach which has compromised the personal information of some T-Mobile customers. More specifically, the intruder had access to the info of those who applied for T-Mobile postpaid services between September 1 of 2013 and September 16 of 2015. While credit card info was not stolen, identifying information like name, address, Social Security, and more may have been compromised.

While this is not T-Mobile's fault, CEO John Legere has responded to the issue saying that the relationship between Experian and T-Mobile will be reviewed, along with providing as much info as possible to help with recovering from this breach.

According to Experian, none of the info seems to have been used so far. But for those affected, Experian is offering up to two years of credit monitoring and identity theft protection services. If you're part of the breach, definitely check out your options. Hit the source links for more information.

Sources: Experian, T-Mobile


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Verizon launches video streaming service called go90

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 02:54 PM PDT

Video streaming is a big deal right now, but every different type of streaming has its own service. For shows, we watch Netflix or Hulu. For user content, we watch YouTube. For gaming, we use Twitch. But Verizon is aiming to create a service that encompasses a lot of those categories with a social twist.

The service is called go90, and it's aimed specifically at mobile. It currently features over 8,000 titles and 35 exclusive series, with much more coming by the end of the year. It looks like Verizon nabbed quite a bit of support for this service, though we'll see if it's enough.

It also features a lot of social features. Sharing features include cutting pieces of clips and sending them to friends or even starting a "Crew" for your friends to share interests. It seems like a heavy push towards social, but is that what people want?

This service isn't Verizon exclusive, though Verizon data caps will surely keep it back. You can now download the app for iOS and Android and check it out for yourself. It's free, so it's worth a shot. Let us know how you like it!


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Yahoo Mail For Android's 5.0 Beta Comes With A Bedazzling Material Makeover

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 02:06 PM PDT

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Many of us would be surprised just how many people still sign into Yahoo accounts. The tech giant may not compete at the same level of a certain other search engine, but millions of people continue to store their mail on its servers. A number of them will soon sign into the Android app and come across an updated interface. And it's a pretty one, so to speak.

Yahoo hasn't approached its material makeover the way most apps have.

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Showtime's Cable Subscription-Free $11 Monthly Plan Comes To Android In The Form Of A New App, Includes Android TV Support

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 01:01 PM PDT

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You can now stream Showtime to your Android device for $11 a month. You don't need a cable subscription. All you need is a credit card, a compatible device, and the newly-released app.

For years now, customers who wanted to stream the likes of Showtime or HBO over the Internet have only had the option to do so if they paid for access in addition to an expensive cable plan. Fortunately 2015 has seen a shift.

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S6 Finally Dethroned As Top Camera On DxOMark. All Hail The Sony Xperia Z5

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 12:48 PM PDT

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The Galaxy S6 has been sitting atop the DxOMark camera rankings since its release.  Other devices such as the LG G4, Moto X Style, and iPhone 6 were unable to dethrone the device.  Even brand new devices like the recently released iPhone 6S and Nexus 6P were unable to knock it of its perch but a soon to be released device has finally overthrown Samsung.

The unreleased Sony Xperia Z5 was just tested by the guys over on DxOMark and according to them, it is "the best tested to date."  That's some pretty high praise given the numerous devices with high quality cameras that have launched this past year.  Here's the full summary from DxOMark:

Photo

Pros:

  • Impressive autofocus in all conditions, the best tested to date.
  • Very good white balance and color rendering in most situations.
  • Good flash exposures with pleasant white balance and good detail preservation.
  • Good detail preservation in both good and low-light conditions.
  • Thin noise in low light.

Cons:

  • Artifacts visible with blue sky saturation.
  • Skies sometimes burnt on high dynamic scenes.
  • Using flash, a slight attenuation is visible in the corners.

Video

Pros:

  • Impressive image stabilization that's far ahead of the competition.
  • Good autofocus behavior.
  • Good detail preservation and noise level.
  • Accurate white balance and color rendering.

Cons

  • Sometimes tremors are visible, even using a tripod.
  • Exposure convergence can be very slow, particularly with details in strong highlights.
  • In low light, autofocus is sometimes a little slow to kick in.
  • Color shading is visible in low-light conditions.

I've seen a few samples of the video stabilization on the Z5 and I have to say I was very impressed.  Of course we need to see how this plays out when some less experiences photographers are shooting but things are definitely looking promising for Sony.

[DxOMark]

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Amazon ending sales of the Chromecast, all listings will be gone by October 29th

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 12:05 PM PDT

Amazon is taking the streaming media battle to a new level at the end of this month by banning sales of the Chromecast and Apple TV. In an email to marketplace sellers carrying either device, Amazon indicated that new listings will not be allowed and all current inventory unsold by October 29th will be removed.

Amazon offered this explanation for the move, "Over the last three years, Prime Video has become an important part of Prime….It's important that the streaming media players we sell interact well with Prime Video in order to avoid customer confusion."

That's one way to phrase it. The other way would be to say that Amazon has refused to add Chromecast support to their Prime Video app and refused to create a Prime Video app for Apple TV. Both of these tasks are well within their power and minimally difficult considering they have somehow managed to offer apps for both Android and iOS.

Roku, Xbox and Playstation all gain reprieve from the ban as they do work with Amazon Prime Video, which again is entirely within Amazon's control.

It's certainly an interesting development in the increasingly competitive streaming media market. With all three companies releasing new hardware this fall, apparently Amazon decided it was best to thin the competition ahead of the busy holiday shopping season.


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Sony’s new Xperia Z5 beats all in pro camera tests

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 11:49 AM PDT

Want the best pics you can get from a phone? Get the Xperia Z5. Photo: SonyThe smartphone industry has a new camera king. Sony's new Xperia Z5 has fought off the Samsung Galaxy S6, the LG G4, and Google's brand new Nexus 6P to top DxOMark's mobile rating chart following a series of pro camera tests. The Xperia Z5 might look a lot like its predecessors, but it's packing huge

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Verizon Launches Go90, A Free Video Streaming Service With A Social Spin Aimed At Mobile Devices

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 11:44 AM PDT

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Companies generally hope to entice you to use their gadgets and networks to watch the likes of YouTube, Netflix, and Hulu. But Verizon Wireless isn't content to let you stream someone else's shows over its network using a phone it sold you. You should be watching its content. So to get you on board with the idea, it has released go90, a new video streaming app.

Go90, a reference to the way you rotate your phone when watching video, is an eclectic mix of TV shows and YouTube clips.

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Get ready for Fall TV on Android TV

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 11:29 AM PDT

More apps for you to enjoy
We can't guarantee Carrie Mathison will capture Haqqani. We're not sure what groundbreaking global issues VICE will cover. And we can't tell you if Sheldon and Amy will get back together.

What we do know is that you can find out for yourself with SHOWTIME®*, HBO NOW*, and CBS All Access, now available on Android TV. So go ahead and catch up on Homeland, VICE, The Big Bang Theory and hundreds of other shows from your favorite apps.
Disney fans, we've also got you covered. Disney Movies Anywhere is now available on Android TV so you can watch your favorite Disney movies on the big screen and anywhere you go. Disney princesses not your thing? Well, with EPIX now available, you can choose from thousands of movies, concerts and comedy specials to stream right from your living room.

Fight lovers, we didn't forget about you. Tune in to WWE and UFC, now both available on Android TV, and never miss a battle in the ring.

In addition to these apps, you can always check out the full list of over 50 premium Android TV apps available for download.

More partners joining the Android TV ecosystem
Android TV is all about choice. Whether you're looking for a new shiny Smart TV or an amazing gaming console experience, you have an abundance of options to choose from - Sony, Sharp, Razer, Nvidia. And today, we're adding to your list of options by welcoming Hisense, TCL, and several other smart TV manufacturers to the Android TV family.

Pay TV operators can also be powered by Android TV, letting you seamlessly watch your TV service alongside all the great apps and games on Android TV. With that, we're also excited to announce Pace, Sagemcom, Technicolor as set-top box manufacturers and KDDI and Telecom Italia as partners who will bring you their Pay TV services powered by Android TV. Now you can enjoy more ways to watch your favorite entertainment.

So, as the nights get longer and colder, you now have another reason to stay in and binge on your favorite TV shows, movies, and sports content right from your Android TV screen.

The end of summer isn't too bad after all.

Note that you may need to sign in with a subscription or participating TV provider account to access some content.


Posted by George Audi, Business Development Manager, Google Play

*SHOWTIME and HBO NOW currently supported on select Android TV devices

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Save 85% on the complete Raspberry Pi 2 Starter Kit [Deal]

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 11:13 AM PDT

Screen Shot 2015-10-01 at 18.32.34You asked, and they delivered! The Raspberry Pi Foundation released a new and improved model of its iconic microcomputer that offers more memory, faster output, and increased opportunity for electronic exploration — and you can get yours with a quick starter kit and a five programming courses for 85% less! Get yours from Cult of

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LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition Is LTE Capable

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 10:58 AM PDT

In addition to unveiling the new V10, LG also unveiled the 2nd Edition of their Watch Urbane.  Like the first generation watch, the Watch Urbane 2nd Edition is a stylish time piece but this time around LG made this wearable LTE capable, a first for any Android Wear watch!

In terms of specs, the Watch Urbane 2nd Edition features a 1.38″480×480 circular OLED display.  A 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400, 768MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage keep things chugging along while a 570 mAh battery promises all day use.

Like the V10, we don't currently have any pricing or availability details for Canada.  We'll be sure to update you once we hear something though.

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HBO Now App Updated With Android TV Compatibility... But Only For Sony TVs

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 10:54 AM PDT

imageHBO Now is the premium cable service's olive branch to cable-cutters, an attempt to reach out to the IPTV crowd before competition from Netflix an the like starts to seriously impact their bottom line. So why they chose to limit HBO Now to Apple devices in the first place is a bit of a puzzle - surely you'd want to make a paid service available to as wide an audience as possible?

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How Google Cloud Messaging handles Doze in Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 10:31 AM PDT

Posted by, Laurence Moroney, Developer Advocate

Android 6.0 Marshmallow introduces a new power saving feature called 'Doze'. A device enters Doze when the user leaves it unplugged and stationary for a period of time and with the screen off. When this happens, the system defers application activity to save power. It will periodically and briefly resume normal operations, called an idle maintenance window, in order to perform app syncing and other pending operations.

If your app uses Google Cloud Messaging (GCM), you will need to take into account the following behaviors for users whose devices are in Doze.

GCM has two priority types for messages, called high priority and normal priority. When using high priority, GCM attempts to deliver messages immediately, waking a device in Doze, as needed. With Android Marshmallow, nothing changes here.

However, when using normal priority (the default priority), there are a number of different behaviors when the device is in Doze, including:

  • The most important change is that messages will be batched for devices in Doze. When the device enters its idle maintenance window, the batch of messages will be received.
  • We discard messages whose time_to_live expires while the device is in Doze (including TTL=0).

Despite this, it is recommended that, unless absolutely necessary, you keep your notifications as normal priority ones, as this will minimize battery impact. They will still sync during doze mode as described above, and of course once the device exits Doze.

High priority messages should only be used by applications that need to generate an immediate notification to the end user such as a chat app notification or an incoming phone call.

To learn more about Google Cloud Messaging message priorities, visit the Google Developers site.


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Here’s The Official Product Video For The LG V10

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 09:56 AM PDT

LG unveiled their new multimedia powerhouse, the LG V10, earlier today and here's the official product video for the new device.  The product video is very vogue-y but it does a pretty good job showcasing the features on the devices in between all the model shots.

Again, we don't know if this device is coming to Canada but AT&T is expected to get the device so that improves the chances of us getting it here since the Big 3 use similar bands to AT&T.  Again, we'll keep you posted on any developments on further availability.

[YouTube]

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Malware alert: Stagefright flaw is back for vicious encore

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 09:56 AM PDT

Stagefright isn't dead yet!Stagefright, the massive vulnerability that affected more than 1 billion Android devices when it was discovered back in July, is back. It's just as dangerous as it ever was, only instead of leaving your smartphone vulnerable to attack via text message, it is now at risk from dodgy music. Google and its hardware partners have

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Asus ZenWatch Manager Gets A Huge v2.0 Update With More Than A Dozen New Watch Faces, Revamped UI, And More [APK Download]

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 09:51 AM PDT

ap_resizeThe Asus ZenWatch 2 is going to be shipping in a few days, and the company has updated the ZenWatch Manager app to get ready. The new version is basically a completely new app. The interface, features, and selection of watch faces have been completely revamped. This update boosts the number of available watch faces to a total of 50 and adds new options to almost all of them. Yes, there are 50 customizable watch faces for the ZenWatches now.

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LG is bringing the V10 to Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 09:36 AM PDT

Yesterday brought us the announcement of the LG V10, a new device that features a secondary display above the main display. LG initially said that the device would be coming to Korea, but this morning, the company has revealed that the V10 will also be coming stateside on Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. The downside is that neither LG nor any of the three carriers have spoken on pricing or launch details, so we're still in the dark on those matters.

The secondary ticker display on the LG V10 is a small 2.1-inch display that has a number of different uses. You can use it to display info like battery life, weather and time or you could use it for different features, such as a dock for app shortcuts or a hub for alerts. Another interesting feature of the LG V10 is that it packs in two front-facing cameras, which can be used together to create a 180-degree wide-angle picture. All in all, it looks to be an interesting device.

We'll keep you posted when we hear more about pricing and release specifics.


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LG Unveils The First Device Of Their V Series, The Dual Screen V10

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 09:05 AM PDT

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As expected, LG unveiled a new device today, the V10.  The V10 ushers in a new line of devices from LG, the V series, that focus on multimedia, both creation and consumption.  On paper, it's essentially a G4 on steroids.  Here are the specs:

  • Chipset: Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 808 Processor
  • Display: Main) 5.7-inch QHD IPS Quantum Display (2560 x 1440 / 513ppi)
    Secondary) 2.1-inch IPS Quantum Display (160 x 1040 / 513ppi)
  • Memory: 4GB LPDDR3 RAM / 64GB eMMC ROM / microSD (up to 2TB)
  • Camera: Rear) 16MP with F1.8 Aperture / OIS 2.0
    Front) 5MP Dual Lens (80o Standard Angle / 120o Wide Angle)
  • Battery: 3,000mAh (removable)
  • OS: Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
  • Size: 6 x 79.3 x 8.6mm
  • Weight: 192g
  • Network: LTE-A Cat. 6
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a, b, g, n, ac / Bluetooth 4.1 / NFC / USB 2.0
  • Colors: Space Black / Luxe White / Modern Beige / Ocean Blue / Opal Blue

Now let's break that all down for you a little bit.  As mentioned, this device was designed for media and basically all of its features point in that direction.  Beginning with the secondary screen, LG notes that in addition to enhancing the multitasking abilities, the second screen also keeps notifications off your main screen.  So whether you're watching a movie or playing a game, new notifications won't disrupt your media consumption.

If media creation is your thing, the V10 has got you covered on that end as well.  The front of the device sports two 5MP cameras for all your selfies and "groufies" (yup, apparently that's a thing now).  A single lens can capture 80o while the two lenses can also work in unison to expand that to 120o.  LG uses a "sophisticated software algorithm" that stitches the two images into one seamless shot.

Video creation is also a major feature on the V10 as LG has added manual video mode to the device.  In this mode, you are able to adjust several things such as shutter speed, frame rate, ISO, white balance and focus!  Several other software features have been implemented into the video mode such as Steady Record, Snap Video, Audio Monitor, and Wind Noise Filter.  A trio of microphones help in isolating the correct audio in those last two features.

Now we don't have too many details regarding pricing and availability to share at this time.  LG did state that the device would begin its launch in Korea, the USA and China with other countries to follow.  Canada was not specifically mentioned so we'll keep an eye on any developments in that regard.

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Top 10 new Android games this week: Hypersurf, Dim Light

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 09:03 AM PDT

Welcome back to Android Gaming Weekly, our weekly recap of new game releases. We still plan to cover upcoming releases and games we're playing, but this column is dedicated to new games that you can start playing right now. Check out our top picks and let us know in the comments section if you have any suggestions for next week's post.

Beacon 38

DescriptionBeacon 38 is a mobile exploration game where you use sonar to navigate through a dangerous, beautiful alien world that constantly surprises and challenges. See if you can navigate your tiny scout ship past massive predators, mysterious creatures, and unknown peril to escape the 38th Dimension!

 

Ski Safari 2

Description:  Play as Sven's sister Evana, share the action in multiplayer mode, perform awesome new tricks on snowboards and skis, and ride on crazy new animals! Oh, and watch out for the avalanche!

 

Need for Speed™ No Limits

DescriptionBuild your dream ride with an unbelievable range of cars and customizations. Launch yourself between chaos and control as you hit the loud pedal and roll into underground car culture.

 

Freeze! 2 – Brothers

Description "Freeze! 2″ is the premium full version with 100 levels, with no in-app purchases and without annoying ads! So, it isn't free – but we can also guarantee that you pay only once for the entire game, and never again!

 

HALOS: React and Match

DescriptionHalos is an addictively simple and fast-paced matching game. If you love Match-3 games but are looking for something a little more zen, yet still challenging, this is the game for you.

 

Dim Light

Description: Featured in Busan Indie Connect(BIC) Festival. Can you be the one to escape from this pitch-black madness? Horror adventure game, "Dim Light"

 

Hypersurf

DescriptionBlast your way through alien infested intergalactic wormholes! Featuring innovative gameplay: 360 degree wormhole surfing, Hypersurf is easy to play but difficult to master – a lightning speed hyperkinetic action, demolition rollercoaster.

 

Paper Monsters Recut

DescriptionDive into the world of Paper Monsters Recut and watch a living world made out of paper, cardboard, and even a few cotton balls unfold right before your eyes!

 

Exos Saga

DescriptionExos Saga: A dynamic RPG with a captivating story and spectacular graphics! A gorgeous side-scrolling RPG with breathtaking animated visuals.

 

PewDiePie: Legend of Brofist

Description  Join your favorite YouTubers on an Epic Quest in PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist. Enjoy this amazing 2D platformer in the palm of your hands!

 


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AmpMe Turns Multiple Phones Into Speakers For Your Music: How It Works And How It Compares To SoundSeeder

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 09:00 AM PDT

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The idea of using multiple phones as speakers to play the same music isn't new. It was popularized by Samsung's Group Cast way back in the Galaxy S3 days and has since gotten over that proprietary requirement thanks to third-party apps like SoundSeeder that made it possible to tune Android devices together, regardless of their brand. As a newcomer in the field, AmpMe has a lot to prove against tough and established competition.

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Warning: Some Nexus 6P Cases May Be Blocking The Laser Auto Focus

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 08:28 AM PDT

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If you're one of the many who have already pre-ordered the Nexus 6P then chances are you're probably in the market for a case as well.  Now before you go and pick out a beautiful garment for your gorgeous new phone there's something you should probably know.  It appears that a good handful of cases were not properly designed for the Nexus 6P and in fact block the laser auto focus mechanism on the device.

Official cases from the Google Store (such as the one pictured above) are good to go as they are properly cut.  Other cases (see below) from retailers like Amazon on ebay are not done up properly and block the mechanism.  Obviously the laser auto focus mechanism is a pretty crucial element of the camera so be sure to double check before purchasing a case for you new Nexus 6P!

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Viber 5.6 Expands Maximum Character Limit, Adds Group Message Likes And Public Chats On Tablets

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 05:47 AM PDT

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We don't mention Viber quite as often as WhatsApp around these corners, but the app sure has its own legions of fans and dedicated users thanks to continuous updates and interesting features being sprinkled in all the time. Take this last version 5.6 for example. It may not seem like a huge leap on paper, but it does bring feature parity between phones and tablets, and between individual conversations and group messages.

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LG V10 has a second display for shortcuts and notifications

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 12:45 AM PDT

The V10 is a smartphone like no other. Photo: LGAfter many leaks and teasers in recent weeks, LG's new V10 smartphone is official — and it's unlike anything you can buy today. Despite looking a lot like other LG devices at first glance, the V10 separates itself from the pack with two front-facing cameras for better selfies, and a second display that dedicates itself

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LG’s new Watch Urbane 2 is the first Android Wear watch with 4G

Posted: 01 Oct 2015 12:00 AM PDT

LG's new Watch Urbane doesn't need your phone. Photo: LGLG today unveiled a second edition of its Watch Urbane smartwatch, which finally frees Android Wear from your smartphone. Thanks to its built-in 4G and 3G connectivity, the new Watch Urbane makes calls and continues to receive notifications even when you leave your phone behind. Watch Urbane 2nd Edition isn't the first smartwatch with a data

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Review: OPPO R7 Plus

Posted: 30 Sep 2015 11:14 PM PDT

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If the past few years have shown anything in the smartphone space, it's that interest in phablets are on the rise. The melding of phone with a screen size that borders tablet territory makes for an intriguing proposal for folks out there who wish to consume content on a large enough display, without the need to spend the extra on a separate tablet, let alone the hassle of having to take it with them while out and about.

But phablets have typically been offered with premium specs at an outlandish price-point. In Australia at least, there are few options for those after a phablet which ticks most of the boxes, while at a price you'd actually consider. The OPPO R7 ...

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