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Mate X launch delay means you’re getting much better hardware for the same price

One of the most anticipated handsets of the year was just delayed for the second time in a matter of just a few months with virtually no explanation. That’s Huawei first foldable phone, the Mate X, that was unveiled all the way back in late February. The handset should have been available to buyers ready to pay €2,300 ($2,548) for it for quite a while now. Huawei delayed the launch twice, first to September, and then to November. The phone should launch by the end of the year, according to recent reports. And Huawei is ready to make up for the late launch by offering customers much better hardware.

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Walmart drops $150 off the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 with S Pen included

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 10.5-inch Tablet with S Pen is available in 64GB and 256GB models and Walmart is giving $150 off to both variants, selling it now for $498 and $598, respectively.

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Note 10 too expensive? Get a $1,000 Galaxy S10+ for $599

Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ are fantastic, and they’re both available for preorder right now. If you want one though, we hope you’re prepared to spend over $1,000 minimum after taxes. That’s a tall order for a lot of people out there, so we have another option that you might want to consider. The Galaxy S10+ is a stunning phablet that was released earlier this year, and it offers roughly the same great experience you’d get from the Note 10, but without the built-in stylus. Head over to Amazon right now, and you can get a $1,000 factory unlocked Galaxy S10+ brand new for $167 off, or you can pick up a refurb for just $599.99. [...]

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Google now takes longer to approve new Android apps for the Play Store

The Google Play Store is the biggest, and safest, way for users to get apps for Android devices. For that reason alone, developers are keen to get their apps in the store, but Google first has to vet those applications in a review process. In the past week, Google has quietly increased the amount of time it takes for a new Android app to go through the Play Store approval process.


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Microsoft SMS Organizer app now available in US, UK, Australia

While in most of the world, SMS is almost a dying protocol, it is still popular and used by millions every single day. The Microsoft created SMS Organizer is now available in the US, UK, and Australia, and is designed to help you get a grip of text message spam, promotions, reminders, and general clutter.


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