Play OnePlus’s New Tapping Game For Your Chance to Win a OnePlus 6T

The OnePlus 6T is set to be unveiled on the 30th October, but that's not stopped the company from teasing us with all the fancy details. If you've liked what you've heard so far, you may be thinking of buying one for yourself. If that's the case, you may want to take part in OnePlus's new tapping-based game. You could win fabulous prizes, including a brand new OnePlus 6T or a brand new OnePlus device every time they release a new one. Read More >>

The OnePlus 6T Will be Available to Buy From Someone Other Than O2

OnePlus has come a long way. From a no-name Chinese challenger brand with an unproven (but cheap!) flagship competitor all the way back in 2014 (that's a long time in tech, OK?) to the techies' favourite obscure handset manufacturer, to today's announcement: the OnePlus 6T will be stocked by the big networks and retailers, alongside the household names. Read More >>

Investigators Told Not to Look at Phones With Face ID to Avoid Lock-Out: Report

It’s no secret that law enforcement often resorts to workarounds for Apple’s security features, but the Face ID technology of the iPhone X makes things tricky. According to a report from Motherboard, forensics company Elcomsoft is advising law enforcement to not even look at phones with Face ID. This is because with its Face ID feature enabled, failed attempts to get into the phone could lock investigators out by requiring a passcode that may be protected under the Fifth Amendment. Read More >>

Great News Notch Lovers, the Pixel 3 XL Lets You Have Two

The Pixel 3 XL has a notch on the screen. An absurdly large one, even by notch standards. Apparently Google likes notches, and was hoping to add one to the regular Pixel 3 until it discovered there wasn't room. But just in case you're sceptical of Google's new found notch-fetish, you should know that the Pixel 3 XL actually lets you add a second one to the display. Read More >>

Razer Built the Phone Gamers Deserve (It Has RGB Lights)

The first time you test something, you check out its design, you try all the new features, but even after an hour or more, the device still doesn’t feel as familiar as something you own and use every day. And yet, the first time I sat down and played a round of PUBG Mobile using the Razer Phone 2, I finished with a chicken dinner. Was it me or was it the phone? I’m still not sure, but here’s how Razer’s gaming phone has evolved for its second tour. Read More >>

Daft Rumour Reckons Samsung is Ditching the Headphone Jack on the Galaxy S10

Ever since Apple made the bold (or stupid, depending on who you ask) decision to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack the rumour-mill has suggested that every other phone will be following suit. Samsung's name seems to pop up a lot, as I can remember, and now it's happened again. The Galaxy S10 is a long way off, and it's way too early to speculate about the phone's finer details, but the Korean tech media is already claiming the headphone jack is on the way out. Read More >>

Gesture Navigation is Mandatory on the Pixel 3

Phone companies have been ditching physical navigation buttons for a good few years now, but recently they've started gravitating towards gesture-based navigation instead of opting for virtual buttons at the bottom of your screen. Support for this has been available as part of Android Pie, but Google has confirmed the Pixel 3 won't be following in the footsteps of previous Pixels. In other words gesture-based navigation is mandatory. Read More >>

The Google Pixel 3 Has No Notch, But Google Wanted One

The Google Pixel 3 XL has a massive notch – that black bit that houses the cameras and speaker at the top of the phone, that eats into a bit of the screen. They're not uncommon, with many modern handsets sporting one. It means the phone can have more screen real estate, without having to allow for a thicker bezel at the top of a phone. Read More >>

You Can Now Order a OnePlus 6 From Amazon UK

The OnePlus 6T is confirmed to be arriving at the end of the month, but it seems there's still plenty of life on the six-month old OnePlus 6. As of right now you can go and buy the device from Amazon's UK website, ending your need to either buy it from O2 or pay for the shipping costs associated with OnePlus's own online store. Read More >>

Here Are All the Best Deals for Buying the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL in the UK

Yesterday, Google announced the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, which was... disappointing. I think. Mainly because Google didn't actually tell us very much about the phones, likely assuming that everyone had seen all the leaks and decided they knew all about the handsets it was ready to announce. But it's official now, and with the official launch comes the hunt for the best mobile deals. Assuming you want to buy either phone of course. Here are the places selling the phones, and how much you're going to have to part with. Read More >>

Everything You Need to Know About the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL

So the big event has finally arrived. Google, despite knowing full well that everything has leaked, has come out to try and behave as though those leaks never happened. The Pixel 3 and its XL brother are now official, and we can hear what they have to offer with words from Google - rather than words from random social network accounts, Russian hands-on videos, and journalists who legitimately purchased them from a proper shop in Hong Kong. Here's everything you need to know. Read More >>

OnePlus Confirms the OnePlus 6T Will Go on Sale on 6th November

Yesterday we learned that OnePlus was planning on having its big OnePlus 6T launch event on 30th October, and not 17th as had previously been rumoured. Today the company has revealed exactly when the phone is set to hit shop shelves. It's not making us wait too long, because the OnePlus 6T will go on sale exactly one week later on 6th November. Read More >>

The OnePlus 6T is Launching on 30th October

Earlier this morning, we shared the news that OnePlus was teasing something 6T-related. We weren't sure exactly what it was. A launch? A tease of a tease? Neither of those: OnePlus has revealed that its next handset, the 6T, will be launching globally on 30th October. Read More >>

OnePlus is Making a OnePlus 6T Announcement Today

OnePlus' next handset, the 6T, was expected to launch next Wednesday, on 17th October. However, a tweet from the company's official Twitter account yesterday makes it seem like an announcement is coming later today. Read More >>

I Can’t Stop Taking Pictures of Very Smooth People (Including Myself)

Have you heard about the latest Apple-related scandal? No not the right to repair one, or the servers potentially infiltrated by the Chinese government one. I’m talking Beautygate! A growing number of iPhone XS and XS Max users have noted that the cameras on these devices are aggressive in their skin smoothing, and one Twitter user even claims Apple acknowledged it was a bug — riiiiight. But on the Oppo Find X, skin smoothing is a feature and I can’t stop taking pictures using it. Read More >>