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Samsung Galaxy S6 & S6 Edge Review: Samsung finally delivers on design

The launch of the Galaxy S6 is one of the most important for Samsung in a long time, and this time around there’s not just one flagship, but two: the company has released a curved-display Edge variant. Both come with a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display with a top-end 1440p resolution, a brand new Exynos 7 Octa 7420 SoC, and a 16-megapixel optically stabilized camera. Unlike with the past three generations of Galaxy flagships, there’s no Qualcomm model in sight.

Oppo R5 Review: World's slimmest phone, but are trade-offs worth it?

At just 4.85mm thick, Oppo's latest handset sports a pretty impressive form factor, though you'll have to compromise with a smaller battery, a pretty standard 1080p display, average camera and a mid-range SoC. Can the Oppo R5 still deliver a better experience over a thicker device with, potentially, better hardware?

Neowin: VidOn TV box hands-on

Neowin: VidOn TV box hands-on

TV boxes have become a dime a dozen with literally hundreds being released every year by countless different companies. A lot of them have inherent problems, such as buggy firmware or underpowered SoCs, but many (even some of the cheaper…

LG G Flex 2 Review: Top-notch hardware, same curved gimmick-ness

While similar in shape to the original, the new LG G Flex 2 features a more reasonable 5.5-inch display while maintaining the flexibility to bend in certain circumstances. LG is packing in all the latest and greatest hardware: Snapdragon 810 SoC, 1080p display and a 13MP camera with laser-assisted autofocus and OIS. It's still a niche flagship, but the question remains, is the curved G Flex 2 worth it?