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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ Unboxing & Impressions

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Our unboxing and first impressions of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+.

A bigger version of the Galaxy S6 Edge – that’s exactly what Samsung had in mind when they released the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 this August in New York. Just like its smaller, older brother, the S6 Edge+ features Samsung’s curved display technology. It has all the bells and whistles of the S6 Edge and then some. Aside from the People Edge, the S6 Edge Plus will also have the apps edge. A feature that lets you add shortcuts to certain apps when you swipe in from the curved display. You also now have the ability to set where you want the edge handle to be.

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The new $399 Apple iPhone SE

iPhone 8 body, iPhone 11 internals

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After several rumors, Apple has finally unveiled the iPhone SE 2 — or simply called the iPhone SE.

Just like its 2016 predecessor, it’s an old iPhone with newer internals. You get the same display, design, security system, and even the single rear camera setup. What’s exciting about it? It has Apple’s latest tech including the A13 Bionic Chipset which promises blazing-fast performance.

Best of all? You can get these features at a much cheaper price of USD 399.

Know more about the new iPhone SE here.

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Alienware Concept UFO First Look

A powerful gaming PC on the go

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A lot of gamers still resort to either buying or building even more powerful desktop rigs as they’re more powerful.

Well, Alienware might just have the ultimate solution with the Concept UFO.

Know more by playing the video above or simply click the link here.

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OnePlus Concept One First Look

Appear, disappear

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It’s been a year since OnePlus and McLaren announced their partnership. Although it’s nothing new to OnePlus fans, the Concept One is something fresh to everyone’s eyes.

All thanks to electrochromic glass, this concept phone features “disappearing” rear cameras. The special glass technology can be found on the McLaren 720s’ sunroof, as well as as Boeing 787 Dreamliner’s windows.

You can watch the video to learn more. Click on this link if you can’t view it above.

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