Here are all the devices that support Qualcomm Quick Charge 4/4+ [Continuously Updated]

It’s definitely hard to keep up with all the different quick charging technologies. Most flagships use Qualcomm Quick Charge, some (like the Pixels) use USB-PD, and a few others use custom tech like OnePlus Dash Charge. Qualcomm Quick Charge 4 is over a year old at this point, but for one reason or another, most devices have stuck with QC 3.0.
Without further ado, here is the list of all the hardware that uses QC 4/4+:
Razer Phone (4+)
ZTE Nubia Z17 (4+)
BQ Aquaris X2 (4+)
BQ Aquaris X2 Pro (4+)
Smartisan R1 (4+)
HTC U12 Plus (4+)
LG G7 ThinQ (4)
CAT S61 (4)
Xiaomi Mi 8 (4+)
Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer Edition (4+)
Xiaomi Mi A2 (4+)
Pocophone F1 (4+)
LG V40 (4)
Razer Phone 2 (4+)
ZTE Axon Pro 9 (4+)
AGM X3 (4+)
Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro (4+)
Qiku N7 Pro (4+)
With our latest update, we see more phones from familiar names: LG’s V40, the Razer Phone 2, ZTE’s new Axon Pro 9, the Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro and Mi A2, and the Pocophone F1. Read MoreHere are all the devices that support Qualcomm Quick Charge 4/4+ [Continuously Updated] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Razer Phone 2 review: Still fun, still niche

It’s not easy to turn heads in the mobile industry in 2018. At best, we see new handsets come out to critical acclaim but also a sense of stifled boredom. Maybe it is the best of its kind yet, but so what? Apart from the fact that it ticks every box, what does it bring to the table that’s new? Fortunately, for those of us seeking something different (if a bit quirky), Razer has decided to get into the mobile market. Read MoreRazer Phone 2 review: Still fun, still niche was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

ARCore v1.5 adds support for OnePlus 6T, ROG Phone, Razer Phone, Xperia X, and many more [APK Teardown]

Google’s ARCore team just rolled out a new update that appears to bring the augmented reality framework to several more phones and tablets. Some hot new (and upcoming) devices are on the list, like the Galaxy Note9, OnePlus 6T, and ROG Phone. These are also joined by some older models like the Sony Xperia X.
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DEAL: Razer Phone’s price reduced to $400

We always love sharing great deals with you, but today’s Razor Phone deal is the best one we’ve come across in a very long time! Razor is slashing the price of the Razor Phone by $300 from its original $700 price tag, bringing the grand total down to just $400. As you might expect, the Razor Phone hasn’t been super popular among mainstream Android users, but that’s mainly due to the phone’s design and Razor’s marketing approach. Surprisingly, the deal also applies to the Limited Gold Edition of the Razor Phone which comes with a custom gold logo on the back and a unique box.
For those not familiar with the Razor Phone, the device features a 5.72-inch 120Hz display (first in a smartphone), a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, 8GB RAM, 64GB internal storage with microSD slot, 4,000mAh battery, 12-megapixel dual cameras (wide angle & telephoto) main camera setup, 8-megapixel camera on the front, fingerprint sensor on the power button and dual stereo speakers which rival HTC’s older BoomSound setup. Razer got into the smartphone game when it purchased Nextbit a while back which was founded by the former head of design at HTC.

The deep discount on the Razor Phone is likely due to the fact that the phone hasn’t been a huge seller, but also because the rumor mill has indicated at the Razor Phone 2 may be right around the corner. The Razor Phone isn’t going to go head-to-head with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 or the OnePlus 6, but I don’t think anyone will be complaining about having a year-old processor since this deal will leave them with a big wad of cash in their wallet.
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