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IFA 2016: Samsung Gear S3 hands-on

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Samsung didn’t have time for yet another smartphone at IFA 2016 in Berlin, Germany, although the Korean giant did have a new smartwatch up its sleeve. This time around, the latest Gear model is more in line with conventional timepieces, in that it looks more like the genuine article than a fitness tracker.

Apparently the story this year is about design and making a standalone wristwatch that doesn’t need a phone, and the result is the thing you see before you: Samsung’s Gear S3. Big and attractive and packed to the gills with new sensors and connectivity features like GPS and LTE, it could very well be the smartwatch for discerning enthusiasts, as it combines technology with the aesthetics of a luxury sports watch.

But enough about words; we know you’re curious to see the Gear S3 in action and all that it can do, so be sure to watch our hands-on video above.

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LG V60 ThinQ Hands-on and First Impressions

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This is our LG V60 ThinQ Hands-On and First Impressions.

LG is sticking to its guns, refining its beloved flagship and offering it with a dual-screen case. But can it keep up with the likes of Samsung and Apple?

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Hands-on

Samsung isn’t giving up just yet

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It’s been a year since the first foldable of Samsung was released. Fast forward today, we have another foldable on the track.

Say hello to the Galaxy Z Flip! Unlike the Galaxy Fold that turns into a tablet, this one is so compact, it can even fit inside your coin purse.

Head on to the video above to know more or click the link here.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 Hands-On

Unpacked features just for you

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2020 is a year where Samsung is taking a leap of faith by getting out of its comfort zone. The Galaxy S20 may look like last year’s Galaxy S10, but it offers double the power and features than its predecessor.

But does that mean the prices also doubled? Find out more by watching the video above or through this link if you can’t access it.

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