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samsung galaxy Note 9 is the best phone you can buy

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Samsung Galaxy note 9 is one of the biggest phone on earth presently. It has some amazing features that can blow your mind.

Please kindly check some of the amazing features that this amazing samsung galaxy note 9 has and that will change your thinking.

Features;
• 6.4-inch Infinity Super AMOLED display with 2,960 by 1,440 pixels
• S Pen stylus with Bluetooth connectivity
• Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset with advanced cooling
• 6/8 GB of RAM; 128/512 GB of expandable storage (via microSD card)
• Dual 12 MP camera with adjustable aperture and AI enhancements
• Built-in fingerprint sensor and iris scanner
• Stereo speakers; built-in standard audio jack
• IP68 rating for water resistance
• 4,000 mAh battery with fast wired and wireless charging.

The Galaxy Note9 is Samsung’s most advanced smartphone to date, as well as the best big-screen smartphone available today. It offers power and performance that'll satisfy even the most demanding users, all packed into a stylish package that’s…

Apple MacBook Pro 15 (2018)

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Not a lot has changed on the outside in terms of design, and the continuity is what makes the MacBooks distinct from even a mile away. What you still get is precise build quality that most other laptop makers can only dream of even now. The elegance remains unmatched.
MacBook Pro includes a solid-state drive that’s blazing fast, with sequential read speeds up to 3.2GB/s. The 15‑inch model is available with up to a 4TB SSD, and the 13‑inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is available with up to a 2TB SSD — enough space to take even your biggest files with you, like large photo libraries or video projects. So you can boot up, launch multiple apps, or import huge files in a flash. And with the Apple T2 chip, everything is automatically encrypted on the fly.


For faster performance when working with large files, or running multiple pro apps or virtual machines, the 15‑inch MacBook Pro can now be configured with up to 32GB of high‑performance 2400MHz DDR4 memory.

Mercedes-Benz Reinterprets G-Class, Stronger than Time

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Mercedes-Benz C250, AMG Line, Avantgarde, Diamantsilber metallic, Leder Cranberryrot/Schwarz, Zierelemente Holz Esche schwarz offenporig, (W205), 2013


The latest model of the G-Class has been reinterpreted, with the brand staying true to its iconic design, leaving minimal changes from its first predecessor, the 230G. The exterior of the new G-Class pays tribute to classic features like the distinctive door handle and the characteristic closing sound, the robust exterior protective strip, the exposed spare wheel on the rear door and the prominent indicator lights. While the exterior maintains the iconic classic look, the interior of the G-Class has undergone a fundamental modern redesign which reinterprets the genes of the classic vehicle to reflect the exterior.
The new Mercedes-Benz G-Class presents itself in the upmost standard. Whether on or off the road and whatever the operating conditions, the off-road vehicle impresses with its performance, cutting-edge assistance systems, outs…

HTC U12 comes in with Android 8.1

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HTC U12 is coming with Android 8.1

HTC U12 Life Will Come With Android 8.1




HTC revealed yesterday some of its devices that will get the Android 9.0 Pie update, we would also expect new devices to come with the new Android 9.0. The HTC U12 Life will come with Android 8.1, we presume that it will get the Android Pie update at a later date.
The HTC U12 Life will come with a 6 inch display that will feature a FHD+ resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels and an 18:9 aspect ratio.
The handset will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 mobile processor and will come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, the device will feature front and rear cameras.
On the front of the handset there will be a 13 megapixel camera for Selfies, on the back there will be two cameras, one with a 16 megapixel sensor and the other with a 5 megapixel sensor. The handset will come with a 3600 mAh battery.

Samsung Galaxy note 9 was newly launched.

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Here, the amazing Samsung Galaxy note 9 was released.Samsung on Thursday launched its new Galaxy Note 9 flagship phone at the Barclays Center in New York, home of the Brooklyn Nets. It's a massive, great phone, as you might expect, and it costs a bomb. But there was much more that Samsung showed off, including Fortnite's Android debut, the Galaxy Home smart speaker and a Galaxy Watch.

BlackBerry Evolve and Evolve X First Impressions

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HIGHLIGHTS The Evolve is priced at Rs. 24,990 and will go on sale end August The Evolve X will retail for Rs. 34,990 when it goes on sale in September Both smartphones have a 4,000mAh battery and a 5.99-inch 18:9 display BlackBerry has launched two new smartphones in India, the Evolve and Evolve X, which the company claims have been designed and conceptualised in India, for Indians. Both smartphones will be sold in the country by licensee brand Optiemus Infracom. The Evolve and Evolve X feature full-HD+ displays, dual cameras, Corning Gorilla Glass 5, and Android 8.1 Oreo. Other highlights of both smartphones include security features such as an in-built password manager, a privacy shade, and root protection.
Both models will be available only via Amazon India initially, and subsequently via offline retailers. The BlackBerry Evolve has been priced at Rs. 24,990 and will go on sale by the end of August. The Evolve X has an India price tag of Rs. 34,990 and will go on sale in the middl…

The Android vs iSO

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In our little mobile tech bubble, one of the most debated topics is the endless battle of Android vs. iOS.



People have been defending their mobile OS of choice for years at this point, and while we're happy with whatever platform you decide works best for you, it is fun to analyze why folks choose Android over iOS and vice versa.

It's really competitive right now. You probably might have not try it out. Most people enjoy it though but don't know about you.

The amazing USB Wall Charger Doubles as a Hidden Camera

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This new USB invention I started taken over the world as it has a hidden camera inside. It has helped many people in their homes in the sense that they don't need a camera any longer they just need charge it then it will video what is happening around you and inside your house without knowledge. 
That's why the invention of little things are now common so that they can be movable without notice. This new usb charger has gone so far and wild  And right now, it’s marked down to just $58—55 percent off its usual price.
Whether your primary goal is home security or just good old-fashioned espionage, this unassuming camera lets you monitor practically any space from your wall outlet. Simply plug it in, connect to WiFi, and you’ll be able to keep tabs on your room from your phone, tablet, or computer.
You can choose to have recording begin when motion is detected in the vicinity, and night-vision technology means that you’ll be able to stay vigilant even at night.
You also won’t ha…

Interesting facts you'll like to know about your WhatsApp.

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Did you know you could pin your important chats on the top in WhatsApp? Alternatively, that you can read WhatsApp message without informing the sender? Like these, there are several other nifty features/tricks/tips that can change the way you use the world’s most popular instant messaging app, according to www.gadgetsnow.com. Here is a list of the tricks. Read WhatsApp message without informing the sender To do this, scroll down to the notification plan and enable the flight mode on the smartphone. Once done, just open the WhatsApp chat and read the message. After reading the message, make sure that you close the app from the multi window so that it does not run in the background and synchronise you when online. After the complete process, remove the phone from flight mode. Share your live location After rolling our live location sharing on Messenger, Facebook rolled out the feature on WhatsApp too. Once you share your live location with someone, he or she would be able to track wher…