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The Snapdragon 870-powered Motorola G100 makes its way to the US

The Snapdragon 870-powered Motorola G100 makes its way to the US

If you haven't been big on the idea of buying a OnePlus phone, the mid-range market might have seemed a little bland as of late. Now Motorola seems to want to shake things up a little with a new contender. After having launched it in several markets around the world, the company is finally bringing its Moto G100 to North America.

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OnePlus may add yet another phone to its release cycle in 2021

OnePlus may add yet another phone to its release cycle in 2021

OnePlus may have started out with a single flagship killer back in 2014, but the company has changed a lot since those days of simplicity. Now it has the more affordable Nord series, as well as standard and pro versions of its flagship line. And soon, it looks like yet another device is going to be joining the lineup: the OnePlus 9E.

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Xiaomi turns OnePlus's 'Flagship Killer' slogan against it... right next to a OnePlus billboard

Xiaomi turns OnePlus's 'Flagship Killer' slogan against it... right next to a OnePlus billboard

We've just covered Xiaomi catching up with Oppo by presenting its own under-display camera on Twitter right after the former showed off its prototype, but the internet is not the only place Xiaomi is attacking its rivals. First, the company started advertising its new Redmi K20 as the "Flagship Killer," the exact marketing term OnePlus aggressively used in its early years. Then, the firm put up billboards right next to OnePlus advertisements around India with a bold statement: "Starkly superior to the latest One."

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Poco F1 by Xiaomi could be a true flagship killer: $300 for SD845 and LiquidCool technology

Poco F1 by Xiaomi could be a true flagship killer: $300 for SD845 and LiquidCool technology

Earlier in the month, we reported on rumors that Xiaomi was preparing to launch a subbrand offering flagship specs at affordable prices in an overt attempt to compete with OnePlus. Pocophone's first device is now official after an event in New Delhi, India, streamed live on YouTube.

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