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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Revealed with Flagship Features

Samsung's Galaxy S20 FE was a fan top pick over the last year because of its reasonable cost and top of the line features that made it one of the most incredible mid-range smartphones available. The S21 FE proceeds as a more affordable flagship for the general population.

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Review Of TCL 10 Tab Max

TCL 10 Tab Max is a mid-range tablet that accompanies a lot of features and details. The tablet is available with two variations - Wi-Fi and LTE. The LTE variation of the tablet accompanies 4GB RAM and 64GB storage and an undefined octa-core processor with Mali-G72 GPU, and it comes with a massive battery and a full HD display.


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5 Surprising Facts About Android

Android has been around for almost 16 years now, and a lot has changed since the start. Which started as only one simple mobile phone has turned into a power to be reckoned with on incalculable devices and form factors. The historical backdrop of Android is an exceptionally intriguing story. You may think you have all the knowledge of Android, yet we have five things you most likely didn't have a clue about. Check it out! 


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What LG has to offer in the LG V30 smartphone?

The LG V Series started with the idea of putting a second display on top of the first one. It was started on the LG V10 and LG V20, which were good smartphones, but not attractive to the average purchaser. The V Series has always been more for Android users. What can you do with a phone that is not popular? Here is the analysis of the LG V30, which can let you decide whether you want to buy this phone or not. 

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Xiaomi set to take over Samsung in global market share

Recently, a report from Canalys uncovered that Xiaomi had overtaken Apple in terms of the global smartphone market share of the overall industry. Xiaomi showed 83% development year by year, representing a 17% share in quarter two of 2021 shipments. Canalys has updated its report from that point forward, showing that Xiaomi presently represents an 18% market share, only one rate point behind Samsung's 19% global market share. 


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