[Hands-on] LG announces the LG V30S ThinQ, which is just a V30 with camera AI and more RAM

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LG rolled the V30 out late last year with a few notable features, at least for LG. That phone had the first OLED panel on an LG phone in several years, and it didn’t have the extra ticker display that defined older V-series phones. It turns out LG isn’t done with the V30 yet. As rumors indicated, LG is releasing a new version of the V30 called the V30S ThinQ (yes, that’s the name) with AI camera goodies.

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Hands-on: Akitio’s portable SK-2520 brings hardware RAID to a bus-powered enclosure [Video]

Akitio’s SK-2520 U3.1 is a portable diskless enclosure that can be populated with two SATA SSDs. It results in a relatively quick RAID-enabled drive that can be powered directly via USB-C. Should Mac users give it a look? Watch our brief hands-on video walkthrough for more details. more…

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Samsung Galaxy S9 stars in premature hands-on photos

Tired of cases and 3D renders of the Galaxy S9? Well, the floodgates have opened now and hands-on photos of the actual device were inevitable. The photos show the front of the upcoming flagship as the phone boots up as well as the back with the redesigned camera/fingerprint reader assembly. There wasn’t any doubt on the matter, but you can see the Bixby button on the side – it hasn’t gone anywhere. Leaked Samsung Galaxy S9 hands-on photos This is the Black color option, one of four color options to be available at launch. Source (in Chinese) | zVia

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Hands-on with Reply, Google’s new smart reply app

Last week, we reported about one of Google’s newest products being tested at Area 120. The app is called “Reply” and allows Google’s predictive reply algorithm to work with non-Google messaging apps like Whatsapp, Twitter DMs, or Facebook Messenger. Today, the app has leaked onto APK Mirror where anyone can download and set it up, all you need is to set it up with a Google Account. We’ve set it up on our Google Pixel 2 XL and have gone through the setup so you take a look at what the app offers. In order for the app to work, it needs permission to see your notifications….

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