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Better Buy: Older flagship smartphones are better than current budget offerings

If you’re in the market for a new phone and don’t have a ton of money to spend, most companies would want you to look at their collection of mid-range and entry-level handsets. But that’s not always the smartest move. If you know where to look, the flagship phones of yesteryear can provide considerably better hardware and value.

Which of the two would you rather hold?

Google launches Android N Developer Preview 2

It’s been little over a month since Google launched a developer preview of its next major Android release, Android N, and now the company is back with an update. The Android N Developer Preview 2 is mostly about under-the-hood changes…

Oppo F1 Smartphone Review: A budget contender to the Moto G

The Oppo F1 is loaded with a collection of very respectable hardware for its $200 price tag. Inside is an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 SoC to power a 5.0-inch 720p display, all in a slim metal body. The cameras are billed as the stars of the show, alongside the 2.5D Gorilla Glass 4 that protects the display. But the question is, what don't you get given the cost of admission?

HTC M10 set to be revealed at April 12 event

HTC went against tradition this year by not unveiling its latest flagship smartphone at MWC. The Taiwanese company preferred to focus on the Vive during the Barcelona-based conference and didn’t want the attention taken away from the HTC 10 by…