Items tagged with 10GB

Late last month, we reported that OnePlus was working in conjunction with sports car manufacturer McLaren to create a special version of the newly released OnePlus 6T. Today, we're getting our first look at the device: the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition. Promotional images of the device have turned up online and they show that the actual design of the McLaren Edition hasn't changed compared to its donor platform. However, there are highlights around the edges of the device that are finished in Speed Orange. The particular shade of orange should be instantly familiar to those that follow McLaren's road cars. In addition, there's a textured carbon fiber finish lurking beneath the glass backplate.... Read more...
The Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 is finally here, and it's a beauty. The Android device features a bezel-less design with a lofty 93 percent screen-to-body ratio. Xiaomi was able to achieve this by ditching the display notch that has become increasingly popular with Android flagships (to the chagrin of many). In its place, Xiaomi has designed a slider mechanism in which the entire back panel of the smartphone slides up revealing dual selfie cameras. The primary camera uses a 24MP Sony IMX576 sensor, while a secondary 2MP sensor is used for depth of field effects. The slider is not motorized, so it slides up and down with a thumb push similar to the old candy bar-style sliders (which hid the keyboard) that... Read more...
Why T-Mobile isn't on top of a mountain shouting at the top of its lungs, we don't know, but the company should be. What for? Well, T-Mobile just launched its new 10GB Web Access + Unlimited T-Mobile HotSpot plan, which in and of itself doesn't sound like anything special. But here's the kicker -- there aren't any overage fees, even if you go over your 10GB monthly allotment! How's that again? Okay, if we must... There's a catch, of course, but it's really more of a compromise. Should you go over your 10GB limit, T-Mobile won't cut you off or hit you with additional charges that could lead up to bill shock. Instead, the wireless carrier will throttle back your connection until your next billing... Read more...