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Razer Phone: Finally, the one meant for Gamers

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As we all know, Razer is a brand known for its gaming laptops. Razer launched the Razer Phone in November 2017. Is it good enough? Well, it’s probably the smoothest phone in the market. It is packed in a premium box and this phone doesn’t have an audio jack but it’s a trend among a few recent phones. So, Razer has included a USB Type-C to 3.5 mm converter. Remember the Nextbit Robin? It was a good gaming phone. However, there were a few downsides. While the phone was good, it was the first phone to introduce ‘unlimited storage’ (100 GB of cloud). The cloud storage slowed down the phone as every file stored after the phone gets internally full is backed up onto the cloud. Razer bought it off and took the performance to a whole new stand. Continue

Apple iPhone SE

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The Apple iPhone SE was launched a few days ago at a price starting at $399. It came out as a surprise to all the fans out there. But, it seems that this smaller flagship phone is quite reasonable. This new iPhone has pretty much the same looks as that of an iPhone 5s but the specs of an iPhone 6s. Continue

Snapchat: Update

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As we all know, Snapchat brought a new update into the store. There are major changes in the overhaul of the app and also, new features are added which seem pretty interesting. Snapchat is one of the most popular social networking apps and its popularity is increasing by the minute. Continue

Guide to root your Moto E LTE (Surnia)

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Rooting, for those of you who don’t know, means giving yourself root permissions on your phone. It’s similar to running programs as administrators in Windows, or running a command with sudo in Linux. With a rooted phone, you can run apps that require access to certain system settings, as well as flash custom ROMs to your phone, which add all sorts of extra features. Continue