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Today’s First Video Worth Sharing: I Need This Phone! NUU G3 5.7 Inch Review!

By Tim

All too often we are captivated by the looks and pricing of so called “flagship” phones and we fail to realize there are a lot of less expensive, high quality, phones out there on the market!

The NUU G3 is one of those phones and the video below comes to us from Andrew over at AMDTech. This is a top notch performer and the price comes in at under $200! No, it is not a replacement for the techno-idiots who must have “more horsepower”, but it will get the job done and at the price you simply can’t beat the specs!

Perhaps I will one day get one of these, so I can do a giveaway on my BLU Studio Energy 2  phone, which is smaller, has an AMOLED display and a HUGE 5000 mAh battery, but it does need updating.

So let us move on to the video from Andrew and make sure to check out his channel which is ro say the least fantastic!

That is all I have at this moment, except to remind folks about the new YouTube channel we have and to ask folks to donate or send products to test!

Tim

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Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: The Sony Xperia XZ2

By Tim

Today we  have a video from Linus over at TechLineHD and he is reviewing the Sony Xperia XZ2. This is a flagship class device and is actually pretty darned good!

Of course it is expensive and of course I will not be buying one, but it is still a very good phone with great cameras, good battery life and a powerful  Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset. It can be found on Amazon for about $828 right now.  I know, Ouch!

But all that being said it has some great specs a great display, excellent cameras and many other cool features.

So let us skip right on over to the video and make sure you check out the TechLineHD channel on Youtube and subscribe for all sorts of great honest reviews on a wide variety of tech products!

That is all I have at this moment,

Tim

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Razer made a smartphone, and it’s an all-black version of the Nextbit Robin

By Valentina Palladino

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Nearly a year after Razer bought Nextbit, we now know what the startup smartphone company has been working on while under the gaming company’s leadership. Razer debuted its first smartphone today, the Razer Phone, and it’s clearly born from the ashes of the Nextbit Robin. Mobile gaming continues to be important to all types of smartphone users, and gaming companies are now focusing on making mobile games or translating big titles for mobile. While it’s not being billed as a “gaming phone,” the Razer Phone is the company’s attempt to give gaming enthusiasts the hardware they need to play any kind of title on the go.

Unlike the Nextbit Robin’s blue-and-white plastic construction, the Razer Phone is made of aluminum and has an industrial, all-matte black aesthetic like other Razer products. It has two large speaker grilles on the top and bottom of the front side like the Robin had, but Razer worked with Dolby to make these speakers Atmos-certified, and each has its own amplifier. In the short demo Ars received, the speakers filled the room with loud, booming sound, but the details did get a bit distorted at max volume.

The 2560×1440, 5.7-inch display takes up the rest of the space on the front of the device. Razer sourced the display from Sharp, which provides the panels for its gaming peripherals. Mobile gamers will appreciate the adjustable refresh rate, which can go as high as 120Hz. We haven’t seen this technology on a handset, but Apple did bring it to its newest iPad Pro models. This makes for smoother transitions between on-screen graphics, which should make the visual and performance experience better for both mobile gamers and regular users alike. The display also supports Razer’s “Ultramotion” technology, which is similar to Nvidia’s GSync and allows the screen’s refresh rate to sync up with the smartphone’s graphics system.

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