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OnePlus is Having Some Issues Trying to Trademark ‘Dash Charge’ in the EU

When it comes to fast charging, there are quite a few competing standards out there vying to get your phone topped up as quickly as possible. OnePlus's Dash Charge is considered one of the best, but the company is having issue trademarking the brand name in the EU. Issues that may force a name change. Read More >>

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HTC U12+ Has Leaked Again, on HTC’s Own Website

Last week there was a pretty hefty leak that revealed pretty much everything we need to know about HTC's upcoming U12+ smartphone. Now there's been another one, on TC's own website of all places. Read More >>

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The OnePlus 6 is Basically Here, So it’s Clearly Time to Start Speculating About the OnePlus 6T

Out in the word there are people who are constantly working, and never really feel like taking time off. Like freelancers, or workaholics. None of those can compare to the smartphone rumour mill, however, since its process or leaking and speculation never end. Case in point: the OnePlus 6 isn't set to go on general sale until tomorrow, but we're already hearing some speculation about its successor - the OnePlus 6T. Read More >>

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YouTube Speed Test Claims OnePlus 6 is the Fastest Phone on the Market

The OnePlus 6 properly arrives tomorrow, with reviews hitting the web today to showcase what sort of phone it is. Spoiler: it's good, and cheap, if a bit bland. OnePlus's entire marketing campaign is focused on the new handset's speed, with the slogan "The Speed You Need" being thrown around all the time. But how fast is the OnePlus 6, and more importantly are there other phones that are faster? Not according to a speed test from YouTube channel Web Hacks. Read More >>

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Three is Killing Off 3G-Only Phones

Three has always been a bit ahead of the curve when it comes to phone signal. Or more specifically it's been very quick to ditch the old networks and focus its efforts on newer things, which is why it started shutting down its support for 2G networks back in 2010. Now, it's announced that it's going to stop selling phones that only support 3G. Read More >>

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The OnePlus 6 Barely Stands Out From the Crowd, But it’s Redeemed by the Battery and Price

OnePlus seems to have been the darling child of the phone industry, seemingly coming out of nowhere to deliver the OnePlus One in 2014 – a phone that people literally couldn't get enough of thanks to all the hoops you had to jump through just to have the option of buying one. While that particular method of purchase is long gone, the OnePlus brand is still pretty popular, with an immense amount of hype surrounding the recent device. Almost on par with the likes of Samsung and Apple, which ain't too shabby for a company that didn't exist five years ago. Read More >>

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Samsung’s Latest Ad is All About How Apple Throttled Those iPhones

When it was discovered that Apple had been throttling older iPhone models without telling anyone, people rightly had some strong words to say about it. While the company insisted that the move designed to ensure a consistent user experience, and not to try and force them to upgrade, they were forced to make amends to everyone that had been affected. That means discounted battery replacements, and giving people the option to turn off throttling - though that may lead to "unexpected shutdowns". Read More >>

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Pretty Much Everything About the HTC U12+ Just Leaked

The OnePlus 6 has been and gone, the LG G7 has arrived, so there's a brief smartphone drought on the way that might free our minds from the grips of constant barrage of leaks and rumours circulating the internet. Or at least you'd hope, because now we've just allegedly found out what the HTC U12+ has to offer. Read More >>

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We Might Not Have to Wait Very Long for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Back in March rumours surfaced claiming that Samsung was planning to unveil the Galaxy Note 9 in July, ready for release in August. Today those rumours have surfaced yet again, suggesting we might actually be seeing Samsung's next phablet in around two months time. Read More >>

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We’ve Seen the OnePlus 6, Now Let’s Look at the OnePlus 6 Avengers: Infinity War Edition

Avengers: Infinity War has been out for nearly three weeks, and it's already broke a string of box office records as people flock to see the Avengers take on Thanos. It's strange that Marvel would need to partner with a phone company for marketing reasons, but it's happened. Now that the OnePlus 6 has been unveiled, we get to see exactly what the Avengers Edition variant has to offer. Read More >>

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The OnePlus 6 Has Finally Arrived: Here’s What it Offers and Where to Buy it in the UK

After what seems like a lifetime of rumours and speculation, despite the fact the OnePlus 5T launched less than six months ago, we finally know what the OnePlus 6 has to offer. Even though we've seen all the leaks and rumours that spoiled things ages ago, it's nice to finally get some confirmation of what's to come. Read More >>

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How to Watch the OnePlus 6 Launch Event Without Actually Being There

After all that waiting, today is the day the OnePlus 6 is going to be unveiled in front of the whole world. As usually there's a big fancy launch event going on, though OnePlus mixed things up by letting members of the general public purchase tickets. It was in London, too, which was helpful for us. There weren't many of those tickets available, and they sold out quite quickly, but there is a way for the rest of you to tune in from home. Read More >>

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Samsung Just Announced New Galaxy S9 Colours, Which Arrive in the UK Next Month

Back when Samsung released the Galaxy S9, there were only four colours available in total - only three of which were available here in the UK. If you don't like Black, Blue, or Purple, you were basically out of luck. If that was the only thing putting you off, then you'll be happy to hear that Samsung has just announced it's bringing Titanium Grey handsets to the UK, alongside the brand new 'Sunrise Gold'. Read More >>

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How to Charge Any Phone Wirelessly

More and more phones are adding wireless charging capabilities, but if you’re using an older handset or one that still needs a cable to juice up — hello, Google Pixel 2 — you don’t have to be left out of the party. Here’s a straightforward guide to the kit you need to charge up any phone by just placing it down on a surface. Read More >>

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New Leaks Showcase More OnePlus 6 Renders, and Possible European Pricing

It's two days until the OnePlus 6 launch event, when the company will unveil the phone that was leaked to hell weeks ago. But there's always room to take a look at more unofficial stuff, and there's the whole pricing situation to worry about. Luckily there are more renders to peak at if you're that impatient, along with what is alleged to be the phone's European pricing. Read More >>