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Smart choices

New releases from Sony, Apple and Samsung ahead of Christmas have reinvigorated the smartphone market, pushing the boundaries of features and functions further than ever before. Stephen Errity rounds up these and other contenders on the market

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The HTC U11 incorporates ‘Edge Sense’ technology, which the brand says offers “a new age of phone interaction”. Going beyond touchscreen technology, it transforms the gesture of gripping a phone into a new way of interacting with it. HTC says this “dramatically expands” the functionality of your phone; with a squeeze, you can take photos, launch apps or Google Assistant and text using a Voice to Text function. Other U11...

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