Whether you’ve lost your wallet or your keys, it can be a real pain organising replacements, and then waiting for them to arrive, nevermind the monetary cost. Luckily, we are now at the point where we can keep track of things with devices such as the ANKR Smart Tracker tag that simply attaches to the object you want to keep an eye on. Once the tag is attached, it will then keep an eye on the object, and notify your smartphone when you’ve left something behind. Best of all, you can grab the ANKR Smart Tracker for just $18.99 from Talk Android Deals. Read more
The Honor 5X was an incredible deal when it launched, and it still offers a pretty compelling phone for just $199. One of the biggest problems it’s faced has been its lack of a physical presence in brick and mortar stores, so the only way someone could buy it was through online retailers.
For most phones, that’s not terrible, since it saves money on shipping and distribution. But for a phone that’s gotten as much traction as the 5X, it only makes sense to push into actual stores besides Amazon and Newegg, and that’s what Honor is doing thanks to a new partnership with Best Buy. Read more
Currently the only devices capable of WiFi calling on AT&T’s network are iPhones. Most newer iPhones are able to take advantage of the feature, bypassing AT&T’s network to make phone calls. It’s a useful feature if you’re trying to conserve minutes on a plan or are somewhere that the carrier just doesn’t have great coverage, but it’s been incredibly limited up to this point.
Fortunately for LG G4 users, we’ve got another device that’s officially on board with AT&T’s WiFi calling tech. Read more
Nextbit today took to its community forums to announce that Robin owners will be able to participate in a public beta testing program. Users as part of this program will be able to test experimental features of the Nextbit software before it goes live.
Many have been looking forward to the next OnePlus flagship for some time now, and others have been looking forward to a refresh of OnePlus’ more compact smartphone, the OnePlus X. But, it seems that OnePlus is killing off the OnePlus X series, indicating that we won’t see another phone from the company until next year.
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Over the last two years, we’ve seen highly confusing things happen at OnePlus. The company built by Pete Lau and Carl Pei started off by only accepting purchases for the OnePlus One if you had an invite. That awful invite system stuck around for when the OnePlus 2 was released, and there was even the label of “flagship killer” for it. Between not being able to buy the OnePlus 2 properly and its specifications falling short of the competition, it was hard to take OnePlus seriously in 2015.
OnePlus launched the OnePlus 3 as its latest flagship today. For all the brutally honest words regarding OnePlus and its phones I’ve had, I’ll openly admit I’m impressed by the OnePlus 3. It has a device everyone loved on another company’s previous flagship and the specifications are actually up there with who OnePlus wants to compete against. The OnePlus 3 should make OnePlus a serious player in the mobile industry.
T-Mobile is very proud of their Binge On program, and they keep making it better and better. The latest update brings a handful of new partners to the carrier’s unlimited streaming option, which means there are almost 90 video services available to stream without touching your data cap. Pretty impressive stuff. Read more
The OnePlus 3 with 64GB of internal storage and 6GB of RAM will be an Amazon exclusive in India, according to an ad placed in the Hindustan Times newspaper.