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The ultimate entertainment room makeover is a sign-up away for one contestant, and the epic prize features Samsung’s impressive, highly-praised 50-inch 4K LED TV!

And that’s not all! Deck out your brand new big screen with your choice of the Roku 3, Apple TV, or Amazon Fire to turn your Samsung 4K TV into an entertainment monster.

Qualcomm's next-generation Snapdragon 810 will have an all-new GPU. Photo: Qualcomm

Qualcomm’s next-generation Snapdragon 810 will have an all-new GPU. Photo: Qualcomm

Qualcomm is going to make us wait a little longer for the upcoming Snapdragon 810’s juicy details, but the company has already announced its new and improved graphics processing unit. Dubbed Adreno 530, the new GPU promises significant performance improvements and greater efficiency.

Smartphones aren't so profitable for LG. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Smartphones aren’t so profitable for LG. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

LG shipped an impressive 8.1 million LTE smartphones worldwide last quarter — its best result so far — but the company made just 1.2 cents in profit on each one. That’s approximately 0.012 percent of the profit Apple makes on every 16GB iPhone 6 it sells.

The Galaxy Note 5 looks good in these early design drawings. Photo: OnLeaks

The Galaxy Note 5 looks good in these early design drawings. Photo: OnLeaks

A full list of specifications for the upcoming Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge Plus have leaked out ahead of Samsung’s official unveilings. Both devices are expected to carry similar displays — though one will be curved on both sides — and there will be big differences internally.

Expect to see this warning if you buy an Xperia Z3+. Photo: AndroidPIT

Expect to see this warning if you buy an Xperia Z3+. Photo: AndroidPIT

Snapdragon 810 supporters will try to convince you there’s nothing wrong with Qualcomm’s latest chip, but the video below proves its tendency to get too hot is a very real problem. Watch Sony’s new Xperia Z3+ overheat and crash in a matter of seconds while running the build-in Camera app.

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