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Moto G5S Plus will feature a 5.5" 1080p display, a metal build, and dual rear cameras

The Moto G5 Plus is already a good budget phone - so good, in fact, that we declared it "the king of budget phones" in our review. However, Lenovorola isn't stopping there; famed leaker Evan Blass of VentureBeat has looked at marketing materials for the G5S Plus, which state that the upcoming smartphone will be larger, better-built, and have superior cameras when compared to the current G5 Plus.

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[Deal Alert] RAVPower's 6-port QC 3.0 charging station on sale for $22.99 ($12 off)

There are just never enough USB ports around to charge all your stuff, right? Well, you can get a sweet deal on RAVPower's 6-port desktop charging hub today. It's on sale for $22.99, which is more than $50 off the retail price and $12 off the "typical" sale price.

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[Deal Alert] Manufacturer refurbished AT&T Samsung Galaxy S7 edge (G935A) $299.99 at eBay

This is a very specific but potentially great deal. Today over at eBay you can pick up a Galaxy S7 edge G935A carrier-locked to AT&T for just $299.99. They're not new, but they are being sold as "manufacturer refurbished," which is usually OK. Generally, we avoid talking about refurbished devices, but this is an incredible deal. 

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Google is working on a new touchscreen-optimized launcher for Chromebooks

In the last two weeks, Google has been revealing a ton of new features for Chromebooks. The latest reveal is the biggest change in recent memory, though. Google is working on a new launcher for Chrome OS that is built for touch. With Chromebooks providing most of the same utility that Android tablets do now, these further optimizations for a finger-pokin' interface are more than welcome. 

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Go into the weekend with 20 temporarily free and 24 on-sale apps

Welcome to Friday, everyone. The weekend is nigh upon us, which means that it's time for the final app sales post of the week. Be sure to head back to Wednesday's post to see if there's anything there that you like.

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Samsung launches the Galaxy On Max in India, with emphasis on low-light photography and 'Social Camera Mode'

Samsung phones are pretty popular in India. In fact, its J series makes up a full 30% of all smartphone sales in the country. Now, Samsung is introducing a brand new device in the Galaxy On series, aimed squarely at those who like to share selfies or take photos at night. The Galaxy On Max will be an exclusive for Indian online retailer Flipkart.

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TWRP adds support for the OnePlus 5

One of the better aspects of the OnePlus 5 is that the phone is pretty developer-friendly. There are already a few custom ROMs and kernels available for the device, as well as unofficial builds of TWRP to flash them. Thankfully, TWRP has begun officially supporting the device, so you won't need to use unofficial ports anymore.

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Samsung expects highest quarterly earnings ever for Q2 2017

The last year has been rocky for Samsung with the recall of the Galaxy Note 7 and various legal woes in its native South Korea. And yet, the company has issued Q2 earnings guidance today that points to its highest profits ever. So, I guess people aren't holding any grudges after the Note 7 thing.

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Blizzard announces the latest Hearthstone expansion, Knights of the Frozen Throne

While I am not the biggest Hearthstone player, I do pay attention to news surrounding the popular card game. The most recent announcement certainly perked up my ears; the newest expansion, called Knights of the Frozen Throne, hearkens back to my old Warcraft days. That's right, the Lich King is back.

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Google News & Weather v3.3 comes with a major UI update, including bottom nav bar and cleaner drawer [APK Download]

If you're an avid user of the Google News & Weather app for Android, you may have felt a little sting when the Google News website got an interface overhaul last month. There's no need to feel left out, though, because a brand new update to the app brings the same visual treatments to smartphones. Most of the changes are essentially cosmetic, as everything that can be done in the new version was available somewhere in the previous update, but many things have been relocated and tuned to be a little nicer to access.

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