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Jacob Lieben

Co-owner and co-editor in chief of Lostgeeks.net. Responsible for article writing and the web infrastructure of this website.

Lenovo K350t Scales Through TENAA

After the release of Lenovo ZUK Edge at the end of 2016, the ZUK brand no longer launched new products. Although there were rumors that Lenovo will no longer release smartphones, the company relaunched the “Lenovo” brand in 2018 and we have heard of Lenovo S5 whose sales is scheduled to ...

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Zeblaze Plug C Smart Band with Continuous HR Monitoring Coming Soon

About three months back, Chinese wearables maker Zeblaze launched the Zeblaze Plug, a smart wristband with lots of interesting features, among which we had continuous heart rate monitoring. Today, the company announced to be working on an updated version of said bracelet, namely called Zeblaze Plug C; let’s see what ...

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Design draft of the big battery BLUBOO S3 revealed

Big battery phones are the trend nowadays and customers are even willing to tolerate the larger and thicker phone in favor of the increased battery capacity. And BLUBOO are hearing that and coming soon to the market with the big battery one BLUBOO S3, first presented att at the MWC ...

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Huawei Confirms Its Interest In Wireless Charging Technology

In recent times we have seen more smartphones use the wireless charging technology. However, the developmental progress of this technology has been slow and that is why only a few manufacturers were interested in the tech a few years ago. With smartphones like Apple iPhone X and iPhone 8 supporting wireless ...

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Here’s why the OnePlus 6 may indeed sport in-display finger scanner

Hot on the heels of the newly announced Oppo R15 that gives us a hint how the eventual OnePlus 6 may end up looking like, now comes another trajectory to explore – its rumored in-display finger scanner. Why do we think it is a real possibility all of a sudden? Well, ...

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Would you buy a smart, auto-shooting camera (like Google Clips)

Google launched a very special little product late last year, but we haven’t talked that much about it. It’s a “smart camera”, called Google Clips, which you can easily place, attach, or hang anywhere you desire. It’s an AI-assisted shooter that does not need you to be on the shutter. ...

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Sony Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact battery test shows they outlast your average 2018 flagship

The new Sony Xperia XZ2 (see full specs here) and the XZ2 Compact (see full specs here) have just gone through our battery life test and the results are in. Sony phones have traditionally performed very well in battery tests, so we were curious to see how long the company’s newest devices ...

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Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are not embraced in South Korea

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ seem to be underperforming in sales. The news comes from nowhere else but Samsung’s home soil – South Korea. Reports have it that South Koreans are not that interested in the Galaxy S9 and S9+ because of the lack of significant improvements over the ...

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