In a matter of days, we've seen a bunch of impressive new Android Phones, including flagships (LG V40 ThinQ, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, and Razer Phone 2), as well as mid-range handsets (Nokia 7.1 and Samsung Galaxy A9). But all these devices, including the high-end ones, will pale in comparison with the Mate 20 Pro launching next week. We already saw a massive leak that suggested the new Huawei handset will be the most exciting Android phone of the... (Date:10/13/2018 03:12) Read full article >>

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