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5 Best Android Phones Running Nougat 7.0 For 2017

Following Android 6.0.1 “Marshmallow,” Android 7.0 “Nougat” is the—you’ve guessed it—the seventh version of the Android operating system. It was officially released into the wild on August 22, 2016, and it has since then become available on a number of devices. In this article, we’re bringing you top 5 best Android phones running Android Nougat

5 Best Chinese Smartphones in 2019

Long gone are the days when Chinese smartphones were synonymous with poor build quality and sluggish performance. Today, the four major Chinese smartphone manufacturers collectively sell almost as many handsets as Apple and Samsung, and they will likely outsell them in the near future. Brands like Huawei, OnePlus, or Oppo realize that it’s not enough

5 Best Unlocked Phones With Loud Stereo Speakers in 2019

Modern day smartphones come with a variety of features. But a decent battery life and excellent speakers are some of the features that most customers look for. But in the manufacturers’ pursuit of making devices super thin, the ability to play loud music can sometimes be sacrificed. But even despite that, there are a handful

10 Best Dual SIM Android Smartphones 2019 Edition

Dual SIM Android smartphones are not only extremely practical, but they are also becoming increasingly more common with each passing year. Users can use two SIM cards to take advantage of more affordable mobile data plans, consolidate personal phone calls with business, or as a way how to stay connected when traveling internationally. But which

5 Best Smartphones for Business

It’s impossible to run a business without the proper tools at hand and the right people on board. A good business smartphone is essential for everyone who wants to be productive, connected, and informed. Not all smartphones make good business phones, and not all business phones are fun to use. How to Select a Good

5 Best Camera Phones for Photography Enthusiasts and Selfies

The latest sales charts show that point-and-shoot cameras are about to become obsolete, and it’s all happening because of smartphones. These days, you can get a pretty great smartphone for just around $300, and it will come with not one but two high-definition cameras with the same resolution as found on many point-and-shoot cameras in