"Nokia updates the 3310 and Samsung teases the Galaxy S8"
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Nokia updates the 3310 and Samsung teases the Galaxy S8
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Samsung teased it's hotly anticipated Galaxy S8, at it's Mobile World Congress President, in Barcelona last night.
Samsung isn't giving much.
Such a way about the phone however.
All we learned is that the S8 will be revealed at another event in New York on the 29th of March.
All we're going to get for now is this hint at its shape with likely narrow bezels.
Nokia is back.
The legendary Finnish tech brand has left behind the Windows phone operating system and unveiled three pure Android phone.
The Nokia 3, the Nokia 5, and a special edition of the flagship Nokia 6, but it's a redesign of a legend that has everyone smiling, Nokia has rebooted the iconic 3310 with a lighter and slimmer body, a colored screen, a camera.
A price tag of just 49 Euros, and more importantly it's got Snake onboard too.
The Novos moto G5 Plus update to the Moto G line is still cheap, but now comes encased in an aluminium body.
Available in the spring for less than $300 or 260.
The G5+ is splash proof.
Has the same rear camera sensor as the Samsung Galaxy S7.
And it's loaded with the latest version of Android Nougat.
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