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If Your New Smartphone Or Tablet Is Missing a 3.5 mm Headphone Jack, The World Is Still Okay (Video)

By Tim

This evening we have a new video from our YouTube channel here concerning a nice way to get around the missing headphone jack on new devices such as smartphones.

The cure of course is pictured above. A nice set of Bluetooth headphones, which in this particular case happen to include a set of speakers as well! Yes, you can also use them as wired!

Yeah, that is 2 problems cured with a single purchase! The product is the Archeer AH45 BT headset/speakers combo which is priced very reasonably at $45 on Amazon.

So watch the video below and learn and then thank me by subscribing to our channel!

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Samsung Foldable Phone Gets Pictured in Prototype Form, Looks Like a ZTE Axon M

By Radu Iorga

We all knew that Samsung was preparing a foldable phone for release in 2019, but we had yet to see something more than than speculations and patents. Well today that changes, as we get to see a foldable phone from Samsung, leaked in a few prototype pics.

To be clear, this device has been cancelled in the meantime and it’s not exactly fresh, as the UI itself reveals. Some even say it’s as old as 2015. The South Koreans have been working on a foldable phone for years and one of their cancelled prototypes has hit the web. It feels very familiar, since it looks just like the ZTE Axon M. To be honest, it’s actually a bit uglier.

It’s like two older Galaxy A models glued together somehow. We’ve got a main front panel with a 16:9 screen hooked to another screen. The hinge between them is pretty narrow and discrete, not very visible but the second screen feels like it’s placed on a too slim slab of metal. We also know that this device is codenamed SM-G929F and it’s also known as “Project V”.

Many seem to believe it’ll be launched at MWC 2019, or even CES 2019, if it’s ready on time. We’re expecting a 7.3 inch full screen when the device is opened and a 4.5 inch one when folded. The result, the so called Galaxy X will be a limited edition product, priced at around $2000 and produced in 300.000 to 500.000 units. Hopefully it’ll look better than this.

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VOYO i8 Max is a 10.1 inch Tablet With Keyboard and Kickstand, With a Good Offer on Cafago.com

By Radu Iorga

Those looking for an affordable tablet with a 10.1 inch screen and also with a keyboard and kickstand may be happy to know there’s one available on Cafago.com. The retailer is selling VOYO i8 Max with a bundled keyboard and  a special discount.

My first impression? This device looks a lot like the Microsoft Surface Pro, especially thanks to the kickstand and overall design. It’s a bit smaller, so it may in fact preface the affordable Surface tablet being prepped by Microsoft. Specs include a 10.1 inch Full HD screen, a deca core processor (MediaTek Helio X20). VOYO i8 Max also brings 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of flash storage, a microSD card slot, audio jack, front camera with 3 MP resolution and a 12 MP back shooter as well.

The slate packs a 5000 mAh battery, good enough for watching 2 or 3 movies even one after the other while travelling by plane or train. It runs on Android 7.0 Nougat and everything is crammed within an 8 mm thick chassis, that weighs 560 grams. It also comes with support for 4G LTE connectivity, WiFi dual band and more. It even has a GPS included, according to official specs.

 

A special “wireless membrane keyboard” is bundled. The usual price for the device is around $259, but if you apply the coupon code “L0P33PT” you will drop it to a mere $225. The offer stands till July 14th and the retailer also offers a discount for the headphones EDIFIER W806BT (coupon code “L3273V”) available for just $30.

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AlldoCube KNote5 is a New Celeron N4100 Tablet With Windows 10

By James A.

AlldoCube is probably one of those Chinese tablet makers you haven’t heard of, but they may just be worth your time. They’ve debuted a new device called KNote 5 and it comes with a Celeron N4100 Gemini Lake CPU, plus Windows 10.

The same CPU has been seen on various laptops, mini desktops and other gizmos over the past months. This is a premiere though: the first tablet with Windows 10 and the Gemini Lake chip. We’re dealing with an 11.6 inch slate that relies on an Intel Celeron N4100 quad core chip, with a starting price of $360 on AliExpress. There’s also a tablet keyboard bundle available, at $460.

Since it’s an entry level machine, I’d say that the IPS Full HD screen isn’t a bad option, plus 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. Actually, the storage is quite generous. Those who pay extra get the detachable keyboard cover, turning the slate into a laptop. AlldoCube promises a 30% performance bump over a model that uses a previous gen Celeron processor, with the Intel Apollo Lake architecture.

Specs include dual band WiFi, an USB Type-C port, a microSD card slot and a 2 MP front camera. We’ve also got a battery able to deliver 10 hours of functioning or 13 days of standby time, not half and it’s also able to charge in 2.5 hours, while many tablets easily beat 3 or 4 hours nowadays. Maybe we’ll test one, maybe not. We’ll see.

 

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Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 Gets Certified by the FCC and 3C, One Step Closer to Launch Now

By Radu Iorga

Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 is once again part of a leak, this time one in a more official capacity. The device was recently certified by the FCC and then quickly by the 3C, their equivalent in China. Let’s see what we know about it.

We’re probably dealing with an 8 incher yet again, unless Xiaomi wants to promote the device as a detachable with a solid keyboard. Well, that’s unlikely… Anyways, at the FCC, the device appeared under the codename M1806D9W courtesy of 91Mobiles. It also passed the 3C certification in China.

The FCC listing also shows a 5V/2A charge rating and the 3C one reveals dual band WiFi and Bluetooth, nothing out of the ordinary. A novelty would be switching to the Snapdragon 660 CPU, as rumored before. The product is expected to have a slim bezel, an 18:9 aspect and Full HD+ resolution. It should also bring a 6000 mAh battery and a 13 MP back camera.

I also expect a microSD card slot, 32 or 64 GB of storage, the latest MIUI and maybe once again a Windows version, aside from the Android one. Oreo is a must have of course, just like the slim metal body. This update is overdue, since the Mi Pad 3 debuted in April last year.

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