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Eve V Laptop Review: Should You Buy It?

Eve V Review: Just How Good Is It
Eve is this really small startup that was founded to be like a disruptive device maker with an emphasis on community feedback to help them design the best products for their community. And not a bad idea. 

The Eve V 2 in 1 device that they are showing off at Computex 2017, has the ability to filter through the guidance offered by their users. The end result is a pretty great device which not just looks good, but also performs quite well. 

The response received by the company was really positive, with 500 units being sold in the first 3 hours of its campaign. Eve tech also attracted attention from the Finnish government, Intel and Microsoft. With its main competitor being the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, there is a lot in stake for the Eve V. 

The Eve V pretty much seems like a Surface Pro 4 with two USB Type-C ports. But can it hold its own from the Surface Pro 4 or is it even better? That's what I am going to show!

Here's all about the Essential Phone by Android Co-Founder

Essential by Android Co-Founder Andy Rubin
The Essential phone is a device invented by Android co-founder Andy Rubin. Since leaving Google in October 2014, he has been working tirelessly on launching a smartphone that he claims could shakeup the tech industry. The Pixel was Google's exclusive innovation in the smartphone segment which left quite an impact. 
It is an incredibly audacious project and ambitious project, with an outlandish screen and the beginning of a modular ecosystem.

Google's Upcoming Android O: All about it! (Official)

Android O: What's Coming?
In the 2017 I/O developers’ conference, Google talked about the previously announced features in its latest Android release, Android O, talking about the faster, more fluid experiences and improved notification management that it has to offer.
What Google did not talk about, was the name given to the new OS. It's still the mysterious Android O, with an available beta that's easier to install and is much stable than the developer preview.
Up in this post I am going to review the best features of Android O, discuss the biggest updates since Nougat and cover any issues faced while testing it on the Google Pixel.

Without further ado, let's take a look at the features we are most excited about the new mobile OS.

Google Pixel 2: All about the Upcoming Pixel

Google's Upcoming Flagship Phone: The Pixel 2
The Pixel was Google's first internally designed handset, which happened to get a lot of things right. It had an amazing camera, it was the first device to showcase the Android Nougat, and had amazing performance with one of the best battery life you would ever see on a mobile phone. I personally liked its looks very much. The Pixel was however, plagued by a hefty price and had some component trade-offs compared to its high-end Android rivals.
It was like an iPhone for the Android ecosystem.
Apple's devices usually get significant improvements and refinements on its subsequent sequels, and so I expect the same with Google's iPhone-esque take on Android. Well, the time when we get to see the Google Pixel 2 is surely not far away. So let's see all there is about the Google Pixel 2 out yet including leaks, reports and rumours!

Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Can it get even Better?

Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Leaks, Reports and Pretty Much Everything about it!
In late 2016, Samsung had introduced a critically praised smartphone which seemed to do everything right. After a few weeks the phones started catching fire. Samsung recalled and replaced them, but the replaced ones too, started catching fire. Samsung therefore had to stop the production of the Galaxy Note 7. 
It was, and even now, one of the best phones ever made, (not considering the battery problem) that you can buy. To me, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was the best looking phone Samsung had ever introduced. Heck, I find its looks even slightly better than the Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus, mainly because of Samsung's decision to omit the signature physical home key in hunt for a "bezel-less Infinity" Display (but that is just my opinion).

This time, fans are looking forward to the Note 8, which is not yet released by Samsung and it is code-named Great.

As a pretty big Note fan, I am excited about how Samsung&…

All About the Upcoming OnePlus 5: Latest Edition

OnePlus 5: Launching this SummerAfter the huge success of the amazing OnePlus 3 and the OnePlus 3T in 2016, OnePlus has announced yet another release of its amazing flagship this summer, which is just around the corner (in some countries). Named as the "OnePlus 5", the Chinese company has omitted the number "four" due to it being considered in China as a bad luck.

With quite a large amount of leaks and rumors about the phone, the hype is clearly building among us. To top it off, a blurry image presumably showing the OnePlus 5 has been leaked! Let's see what the latest "flagship killer" has to offer us now that its release date has been confirmed!

iPhone 8: All that we Know So Far

iPhone 8: Specs, Design, Display and a lot more

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, so instead of regular annual upgrades, a big surprise may be waiting for us at the end of 2017. Apple's partnership with AIDs charity is also hitting 10 years. In order for a celebration, the brand new red version of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus were launched in March, which received mixed reviews and we may also see this color continuing to Apple's next line-up - the iPhone 8.

So what can we possibly expect from the latest and greatest generation of the iPhone? This post delves deep into all the details, leaks and rumors regarding the iPhone 8.

Nokia 8 may Launch on June: Snapdragon 835 processor, 23MP camera

Nokia 8 to Launch in June 2017?Are you ready for the Nokia 8? Well actually it was a rhetorical question! The thing is we got some news regarding it and that's not just limited to its release date!

According to Pocketnow, a website which covers smartphones, the Nokia 8 is coming up in July 2017. It will also accompany a 23 MegaPixel camera. It is also reported that Nokia 8 will boast a Carl Zeiss lens!
The last part is not a new report actually. Some leaked sketches of the Nokia 8 from the recent past have also hinted, if not confirmed the presence of the Carl Zeiss lens in Nokia's flagship phone - the Nokia 8.
Apart from that Nokia 8 will be powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor and will have models with two storage options of 64 GB and 128 GB and two memory (RAM) options of 4 GB and 6 GB. 
Also, it will have expandable storage by Micro-SD upto 256 GB.

Nothing is quite revolutionary about its specs comprising the RAM, storage except the processor actually. 

However with the continu…