LG launches the G3 Beat, a smaller and less powerful G3

Unfortunately for the consumers at large, it seems that all OEMs except for Sony seem to equate a smaller chassis with inferior specs. The Samsung Galaxy S3/4/5 mini, HTC One mini, One mini 2 and LG G2 mini all have much worse specs than their larger cousins, and it seems their trend is set to continue with the G3 Beat.

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Samsung decides two is not enough, releases third tablet – Galaxy Tab S

As if the Galaxy Tab Pro was getting old, Samsung has unveiled yet another ‘new’ flagship tablet. Coming in two sizes, 8.4 inches and 10.5 inches, Samsung is positioning the Tab S as a high-end tablet with an emphasis on entertainment and consumption – not that it would be used for anything else, really.

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iOS 8 revealed at WWDC 2014 – here are its top 10 features!

Apple has just announced its iOS 8 at the Worldwide Developers’ Conference 2014 in San Francisco and while it might not be as radical a change as iOS 7, there are still a few bonuses the iOS user can expect.

Android users won’t bat an eyelid at the new features in iOS 8 – they’ve had most of them since 2.3 Gingerbread, with the rest coming in with 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Apple has been playing catch-up for a long time now, so let’s see what iOS 8 can do for them.

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Z1 Compact Pre-Orders now open in Singapore

The Z1 Compact (see our coverage of it here), pretty much the only “Mini” version of a bigger smartphone that is a far cry from the respective flagship and retains most of the features of its bigger brother, the Z1 (review here), is now open for pre-orders in Singapore. Read on to find out more.
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Mid-range battle of 2014: Samsung vs HTC vs Sony vs LG vs Nokia

Following our 2014 Flagships shootout, we decided something was lacking. Not everyone can afford flagship phones, or simply are more budget-conscious, and so we’ve decided to launch our second shootout for 2014 smartphones: mid-range offerings.

Most people looking for mid-range phones either cannot afford flagships, or they don’t use their devices enough to warrant paying the prices for flagships. If you are one of these people, or want a mid-range phone for whatever reason, read on.

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