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Xiaomi just announced an aggressively priced 75-inch QLED Android TV

Xiaomi just announced an aggressively priced 75-inch QLED Android TV

Xiaomi announced the Mi 11 for international markets today and detailed its MIUI 12.5 rollout plans, but that isn't the only thing the company took the stage for. It's also expanding its Mi TV lineup with one of its biggest products yet, the 75-inch big Mi TV Q1. The QLED Android TV set will come to Europe first and cost from €1299 (~$1560).

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The Xiaomi Mi 11 launches in international markets

The Xiaomi Mi 11 launches in international markets

Historically, Xiaomi has been a consistent contender to launch the first phones with next-generation Qualcomm silicon. It took the lead again by announcing its Mi 11 series of phones complete with the Snapdragon 888 in China last year. With that new engine comes a cavalry of other upgrades, and now, the phone is also available in international markets.

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16 new (and 1 WTF) Android games from the last week: The best, worst, and everything in between (2/1/21 - 2/7/21)

16 new (and 1 WTF) Android games from the last week: The best, worst, and everything in between (2/1/21 - 2/7/21)

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. Today's roundup is sponsored by Eldorado, a one-stop-shop for all of your in-game currency buying and selling needs. This roundup is broken up into several segments for your convenience, ranging from best, average, to mediocre. So whether you're looking for the best games of quality or are simply looking for the latest free-to-play gacha titles, you're covered. This week I have the official arrival of Slay the Spire, a new version of Titan Quest that offers all DLC, and a wrestling game sequel that should excite fans of the sport.

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10 new and notable Android apps and live wallpapers from the last two weeks including Niagara Launcher, TikTok for Android TV, and National Park Service (1/23/21 - 2/6/21)

10 new and notable Android apps and live wallpapers from the last two weeks including Niagara Launcher, TikTok for Android TV, and National Park Service (1/23/21 - 2/6/21)

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous two weeks or so. Today I have the official release for the Niagara Launcher, a TikTok app for ATV devices in the UK, and a brand-new release from the National Park Service. So without further ado, here are all of the new and notable Android apps released on the Play Store in the last two weeks.

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5 ways the Galaxy S21 series is better than the S20

5 ways the Galaxy S21 series is better than the S20

This year’s Galaxy S21 phones aren’t the sort of big overhaul that the S20 line was, but they still bring some pretty noteworthy upgrades to the table. Samsung appears more open to experimenting with features this time around, and even carries forward some lessons it learned from the Note20 series. In ways like this, the Galaxy S21 is very much the sort of strong, iterative upgrade we had hoped for, as should become abundantly clear as we look at some of its stand-out features.

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Xiaomi's latest concept phone maximizes screen real estate... and accidental touches

Xiaomi's latest concept phone maximizes screen real estate... and accidental touches

Xiaomi is known for its affordable but powerful handsets, but the company also loves to push the boundaries of what's possible with its concept phones. It introduced the Mi Mix Alpha in 2019 with a wrap-around screen, only interrupted by a small strip with the camera. And today, the company is back with another interesting concept sporting a quad-curved waterfall display — i.e., tons of space for accidental touch input.

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Slay the Spire brings its deck-building roguelike action to Android

Slay the Spire brings its deck-building roguelike action to Android

It's official. Humble Games will be bringing Slay the Spire to Android on February 3rd, which is only a few days away. The game was initially released in early access back in 2017 for PC, and then was officially launched on PC and consoles in 2019, and last year the game made its way to iOS, and now it's clear Android users will soon be able to get in on the fun. If you're unfamiliar with the title, it's a roguelike deck builder where you'll use your cards to battle enemies as you make your way up the spire in an effort to reach the top.

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Nokia 1.4 is the latest entry-level budget phone from HMD Global

Nokia 1.4 is the latest entry-level budget phone from HMD Global

HMD Global, with its Nokia brand, is one of the only mainstream companies that still offer Android Go smartphones. Further expanding its lineup is the latest Nokia 1.4, which brings a seemingly decent experience without costing an arm and a leg.

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Here's what to expect when you inevitably drop your shiny new Galaxy S21

Here's what to expect when you inevitably drop your shiny new Galaxy S21

Last year, a significant number of Galaxy S20 series device owners weren't happy to find the glass covering their rear cameras destroyed without much provocation. This year, the S21 phones come with a metal-reinforced housing and smaller, individual covers featuring Corning's new Gorilla Glass Victor. So, does the new get-up actually stand up to drop tests?

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Microsoft Surface Pro X review, one month later: ARM laptops are the future, but Windows is stuck in the past

Microsoft Surface Pro X review, one month later: ARM laptops are the future, but Windows is stuck in the past

From the new Apple M1 powered Macs to the Microsoft Surface Pro X I've been using, ARM-based computers are the new craze in mobile computing. The Surface Pro X was Microsoft's second big consumer push to get into the ARM platform and it really nails the essentials. Microsoft provides a fast and stable Windows on ARM experience, which is impressive despite the underpowered hardware on Microsoft’s latest SQ2-based machine. At the same time, some important features are missing while we wait for proper 64-bit emulation to arrive. That makes the price harder to swallow, but I've still really liked using the Surface Pro X.

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