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1. The OnePlus 5T is no longer available in the US with an official update. We strongly recommend to buy the OnePlus 6T.

2. OnePlus has finally revealed more details about the European release of the OnePlus 6T and confirmed pricing and availability. The phone will be available in 16 global markets starting from September 15.

3. Recent Google Trends show that searches for mobile phone are rising in Vietnam, India, South Korea, Taiwan, China, and in general.

4. Xiaomi has announced the availability of its new Redmi Note 7 Plus, the larger version of the predecessor Redmi Note 7, starting August 13 at Flipkart. The Redmi Note 7 Plus, which has 5.84-inch screen, sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 SoC, 6GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage.

5. Google has successfully tackled a security flaw affecting nearly 800 million devices, and including more than 500 million Android smartphones. The hacking group CyberVigil claims it has accessed personal data of more than 25 million people, including mothers’ phone numbers and private photos.

6. T-Mobile continues its battle with AT&T in the airwaves, and are now highlighting AT&T’s every wrong move. Amid promises of free unlimited data to subscribers of T-Mobile One and 2GB for free with Metro PCS “fixed” plans, consumers are less impressed.

7. If you have an LG G6 or G7 or LG G7 ThinQ you need to help your mother or father’s auto insurance deductive all she/he is getting wrong. LG is launching a customized insurance settlement program for LG G6 owners.

8. There’s another big update coming to the Samsung Galaxy S10 from Samsung, one that will include technology from Intel-acer. Features from the Super Speed Game Optimizer will be incorporated into the Galaxy S10, but won’t be revealed until Samsung’s Unpacked event next week.

9. Google on Thursday promised to unveil a new member of the Pixel smartphone family, and it’s a Galaxy Note 9 successor. The Pixel phone is expected to have a bigger screen, expanded storage options, a couple rear cameras, as well as more memory and a faster processor.

10. And finally, Facebook’s Instagram and Facebook’s WhatsApp are going to start showing card-based notifications instead of text messages. Facebook says it’s going to reduce the clutter on the two apps, as well as on its Messenger service.

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