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Boost Mobile's new Celero5G phone comes with a year of unlimited data

What you need to know DISH is launching an exclusive 5G phone for Boost Mobile this fall. The $279 phone times to bring affordable 5G access to all communities. The phone will come with 12 months of free unlimited talk, text, and data if ordered before 10/31/2021. Boost Mobile, the prepaid carrier owned by Dish, is launching its own 5G phone, the Celero5G, this fall exclusive to the service. This phone is aimed at filling a void in the market for premium and affordable 5G smartphones and comes with a launch price of $279. This device will have a sleek design with plenty of performance to compete with the best budget Android phones available. The Celero5G comes with a 6.56-inch screen and a 4,000mAh battery expected to last 36 hours. This phone is targeted at comfortable one-handed usage. Fast charging is supported at 15W as well. The phone ships with 64GB of storage alongside 4GB of RAM though this can be expanded up to 2TB with SD card support. There are four cameras in t

The new POCO C31 is a big battery Android phone with a small price tag

Disappointingly, the phone isn't a big upgrade over last year's POCO C3. What you need to know POCO has launched a new C series phone in India. The POCO C31 is a follow-up to last year's POCO C3. It is powered by a MediaTek Helio G35 chipset and features a 6.53-inch HD+ display. Xiaomi's POCO brand has finally unveiled a successor to the POCO C3, which was launched in October last year. POCO's second C series phone sports a 6.53-inch HD+ display with a tall 20:9 aspect ratio. The waterdrop notch at the top of the display houses a 5MP selfie camera. Powering the POCO C31 is MediaTek's 12nm Helio G35 chipset. The phone comes equipped with a triple-camera setup on the back, featuring a 13MP primary sensor, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. It packs a large 5,000mAh battery, which POCO claims can provide up to two days of usage on a single charge. The phone also has rubberized seals and P2i nano-coating to protect it from accidental splashes.

Ready to upgrade your mesh Wi-Fi? These are some of the best options.

The best Wi-Fi 6 mesh routers take whole-home wireless speeds to the next level. Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) has allowed mesh systems to deliver full gigabit speeds easily throughout a large house by getting even more performance out of the available spectrum. Wi-Fi 6 lets compact routers hit gigabit speeds on their own and over 500Mbps while deployed as a mesh. With more phones than ever, including Wi-Fi 6 support, and families asking more of their internet connections than ever, it's an excellent time to upgrade to Wi-Fi 6. What are the best Wi-Fi 6 mesh routers? If you're looking for a nice balance that's a great fit for an internet connection over 500Mbps, the Netgear Orbi RBK752 is a solid choice, thanks to a tri-band AX4200 setup. This Orbi system dedicates a fast Wi-Fi band to connecting the mesh keeping speeds high and consistent throughout your home. The second best option is the Netgear Nighthawk MK62, designed for people who want a compact mesh system with enough s

Smartphones need a shift in focus from the camera to the rest of the device

With the ability to get good photos from almost any modern smartphone, manufacturers should start focusing on other parts of the phone. Since cameras were invented, these devices have been a cornerstone of society. With the first truly accessible and portable camera, arriving in 1888 from Kodak, people have been taking photos to freeze-frame a moment of time. Fast-forward to smartphones with cameras built-in, and we've reached a point where nearly everyone has a camera — at all times. But with so many fantastic camera phones at nearly every price — is the camera really a selling point when buying a new smartphone? Now, I'm not saying that the camera in your smartphone isn't important or possibly even the reason you purchased that particular device. I'm simply saying that for the average person, not the weekend warrior photographer or budding filmmaker, that camera has gotten so good on so many phones that perhaps manufacturers need to begin shifting their focus (

Sonos and Ikea's new Symfonisk speaker dresses up as a $140 table lamp

It will be available from October 12 in the U.S. and Europe. What you need to know Sonos and Ikea have announced the follow-up to their first smart lamp speaker from 2019. The Symfonisk speaker ships with multiple base and shade options. Its lamp base alone will retail for $140 starting on October 12 in the United States and select European markets. In 2019, Sonos and Ikea released their first Wi-Fi speaker that also functioned as a table lamp. Two years later, and perhaps with some lessons learned, the companies are back with the second-generation Symfonisk table lamp speaker. The refreshed Symfonisk lamp speaker has an improved design and hardware for better aesthetics and sound quality. The Wi-Fi speaker has been updated with a new acoustic architecture that employs a "custom waveguide" to produce high-quality audio. Ikea and Sonos have also come up with a variety of lampshade options with the new Symfonisk, taking into account some lessons from the previous
For a device with a massive 120Hz screen, the iPhone 13 Pro Max has truly incredible battery life. 2021 has been an exciting year for Android flagships, with phones like the Galaxy S21 Ultra , Xiaomi 11 Ultra , and the OnePlus 9 Pro moving the needle considerably in terms of hardware and camera innovations. Samsung's bold bet on foldables is also starting to pay off, with the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3 delivering updated designs that hold up to the rigors of daily life. In that context, the iPhone 13 Pro Max doesn't seem that exciting at first glance; after all, the design itself is nearly identical to its predecessor, with Apple focusing on under-the-hood changes with this generation. That said, the iPhone 13 Pro Max introduces a slate of new features: it is the first iPhone to offer a 120Hz screen — a mainstay on Android devices over the last 18 months — you'll find camera upgrades with a new Cinematic mode that extends the iPhone's lead in video recording,