Evan Selleck

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Evan Selleck

Evan is a Contributing Editor for PhoneDog. He's been in the mobile industry for more than seven years, in one capacity or another. He's always had a passion for technology as a whole, but smartphones will always hold a special place of interest for him. He's a father, a student, and a lover of food. His other passions include hockey, soccer, baseball, video games, and movies. He'll talk your ear off about all of those things, if you give him the chance.

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LG G8 ThinQ

What would it take for you to buy an LG flagship phone?

What's it going to take? That's the question I saw asked to me at the end of an LG G8 ThinQ commercial I saw recently. Or something similar to that effect. The commercial itself was showing off the...
OnePlus 7 Pro

Are you upgrading your OnePlus 6T to the OnePlus 7 Pro?

It's hard to argue that OnePlus isn't on a bit of a streak. The company has definitely made a name for itself over the years, growing plenty of goodwill along the way. It hasn't always been rainbows...
OnePlus 7 Pro backside

OnePlus 7 Pro now official

The OnePlus 7 Pro saw plenty of attention from the rumor mill before today's big announcement, but now the company has made everything officially official. At today's official unveiling, OnePlus...
Purple-ish Google Pixel 3a

Are you buying the Google Pixel 3a?

Yesterday, Google hosted its keynote speech for this year's I/O developers conference. The company had a lot to talk about, including improvements to Google Assistant, and a variety of features baked...
Apple's Siri

It might be time for Apple to teach Siri some new tricks

Earlier today, Google hosted its keynote speech to kick this year's I/O developer conference into high gear. As usual, there was a lot for the company to cover. Google is definitely moving in a...
Google Pixel 3a

Google announces the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL

Today is finally the day. After a semi-consistent flow of leaks over the last several months, Google has finally made its newest Pixel smartphones officially official. The Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL...
Google I/O 2019

What are you looking forward to from Google I/O 2019?

Tomorrow is the first day of Google's annual developers conference, I/O. That means we're going to enjoy a keynote speech, where we'll see a variety of people take the stage and talk about the...
Apple AirPower

Did you buy a different wireless charging mat after Apple's AirPower was cancelled?

Take a moment to think back to September 2017. Feels like forever ago, doesn't it? That month is the month that Apple announced the iPhone X, welcoming a new design philosophy for the money maker....
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

Are you going to pre-order Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G?

Samsung came out swinging a couple of months ago when it announced the Galaxy S10 lineup. Not just one, two, or even three models. The company unveiled four variants of its newest flagship smartphone...
AT&T 5G

Will you pay a premium for 5G?

The wireless carriers are excited about 5G. Some of them, like AT&T, might be too excited that it clouds their better (and marketing) judgment. But there is no doubt that the next major upgrade...
Apple 2nd-Gen AirPods

"Hey Siri" is pretty handy in Apple's new AirPods

Technically speaking, Apple's truly wireless in-ear headphones, the AirPods, have supported Siri right out of the gate. With the first-generation model, though, you had to double-tap to invoke the...
Samsung Galaxy Fold

Have you changed your mind on the Samsung Galaxy Fold?

Samsung is, even now, excited about the Galaxy Fold. It's the company's first foldable smartphone, and something they have been working on for years. A dream achieved, but one that's sadly devolved...
Samsung Galaxy Fold broken

Galaxy Fold failings may not bode well for Samsung

Samsung finally announced its first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold, earlier this year. It has been a long time coming. The company has been teasing this device, in some capacity or another,...
Facebook Messenger dark mode

How often do you use dark mode?

"Does it have a dark mode?" It's a pretty common question, especially as of late. When Apple showcased macOS Mojave and presented a system-wide dark mode, there was plenty of applause at the event...
Visible

Have you switched to a prepaid network?

The major wireless carriers want you to subscribe to their services. That's one of the reasons why they have so many different plans at different price points to choose from. And why most of them are...

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