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Specs leak of Moto G 5G, potentially Verizon-exclusive Moto G 5G Plus

5G phones don't need to cost over a thousand dollars. The Motorola Edge, for example, will cost $700 once it arrives in the U.S. But there's word that the company wants to push the barrier further down with not one, but two upcoming Moto G entries.

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Motorola Edge gets memory boost, $700 price tag, but still no US release date

In April, Motorola brought out the Edge+, a Verizon-exclusive $1,000 phone that broke away from the Moto Z monotony with invigorated industrial design and integrated 5G connectivity. What we kinda glossed over — with fair reason given what little detail we had then — is the fact that the company also launched a mid-range 5G phone with similar looks called the Edge in Europe. Well, that device is about to make its way stateside, unlocked, and with a couple key spec boosts to boot.

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LG Velvet coming to North America and elsewhere in the coming weeks

As we're used to for the past several years now, LG leaves very few secrets on the table about the phones it's going to launch. Indeed, the new Velvet phone  was teased quite early on as the successor to the longstanding G-series. Tomorrow, it goes on pre-sale in South Korea and we're now getting a clearer look at what we can expect out of the phone.

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Upcoming Motorola One Fusion+ outed by YouTube Signature Device program

Motorola looks prepared to bring another mid-range phone to market next month. The company, though, probably didn't expect for YouTube to play spoiler for that launch.

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Affordable Galaxy A21s brings quad rear cameras plus a headphone jack starting June 19

It didn't take long for yesterday's leak to turn official — Samsung has announced another budget-tier Galaxy A phone for Europe. The Galaxy A21 has no sibling to speak of just yet, but the Galaxy A21s has the essentials for a phone of its price: a big screen, big battery, multiple cameras, and a headphone jack for good measure.

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New Microsoft Surface Duo specs leak, raising eyebrows about missing features

How does Microsoft build an Android device? The Surface Duo would be its first and as we're rapidly tumbling toward an expedited summer release schedule, we now have a better idea of what to look forward to on the spec sheet for this dual-screen folding phablet.

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Samsung giving away free Galaxy Buds with unlocked Galaxy A51 purchases

After having an early run elsewhere around the world, Samsung is preparing to inundate the U.S. market with a half-dozen lower-cost smartphones this year — including the company's first cut-price 5G phones. Two of those phones are launching tomorrow: the Galaxy A01 and the Galaxy A51.

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Verizon's OnePlus 8 will cost more, but features unique support for mmWave 5G

First was T-Mobile in 2018. Then came Sprint last year. Now, Verizon is carrying its first OnePlus phone for sale. The OnePlus 8 5G UW — yep, that's the name Big Red's going with — will be available to buy from April 29 for $800. But unlike any other model of OnePlus 8, this one will be the only one to support millimeter wave 5G.

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Rumor says Samsung's new high-end tablets are about to get a lot bigger

Samsung, arguably the manufacturer best suited to making Android tablets, is doubling down on them. Last week, we heard about a welterweight follow-up to the Galaxy Tab S6, pictured above. This time, there's intel of not one, but two new Galaxy Tab S7 (or, if branding follows the flagship phones, Tab S20) models this year.

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Fitbit Charge 4 launches as a pricey, minor upgrade from the Charge 3

You may not be thinking about Fitbit in a time of pandemic and lockdown, but the fact is that you do have the opportunity to jog around the block or hit the park — socially distanced from others, of course. In a way, the debut of the Fitbit Charge 4 comes at a perfect time for the company looking to gain some spotlight in the fitness tracker market as it continues to await the closure of Google's acquisition.

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