Next Big Futures will feature the first official reviews for The Good and The Bad of the G2A Goldmine, which is available to pre-order for $20.
The Bad includes the fact that it’s a product of China, and that it only works with Chinese phones, and the Ugly includes that the phone’s screen is a piece of plastic that’s only available in China.
In case you missed the announcement, the company also launched the G5, a phone that came with a built-in camera, fingerprint reader and a fingerprint reader that was included in the box.
The Good of the Goldmine is a different story.
It features a 1080p OLED display that supports an LG OLED panel, a fingerprint scanner and the ability to stream HD video from the Google Play Store.
The Goldmine also includes a built in camera, a 3.5mm headset jack, a built and tested microSD card slot and a built.
and tested Qi wireless charging port.
All of these features are available for $10 less than the other two phones in the series, but the G4 and G3 are only available for a limited time.
The G5 will be available on March 14th for $50 off, but that price is $50 less than what the other phones in G2 and G2 Plus are currently on sale for.
The good news is that you don’t need to own a G2 or G2+ to get the G3 and G4.
Both phones come with Android 5.0 Lollipop, which has been updated to support all the latest security updates, and support for LTE bands 2 and 4 has been added.
Both the G1 and G1 Plus come with LTE bands 1 and 3, which makes them one of the best phones available right now for $70 off, so you’ll be getting more than just an unlocked phone, but a phone with a premium build.
The bad news is, you’ll need to preorder either of the two phones to get one of these phones, but they should arrive by the end of the week.
If you’re interested in picking one up for a quick test drive, the G7 is available for preorder for just $300.
The device also comes with a fingerprint sensor and a battery that’s rated for up to 18 hours of continuous use, which means it should last you at least two days with just one charge.
It’s also waterproof and can be used with a variety of cases, but it comes with the same fingerprint sensor that the G6 came with.
If the G10 and G11 aren’t enough, there’s the G12, which comes with dual cameras, an LTE band and a more capable processor, along with the ability for you to use a standard microSD slot for storage.
The last phone in the line is the G20, which will be released on March 21st.
The phone will come with a 4K display, LTE bands 4 and 4, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and a 4GB of RAM, along and the G9 is also available.
The price tag for the G21 is $1,500 less than that of the previous two phones, which might sound like a lot, but when you factor in the additional features that the new phone will have, it’s actually quite cheap.
The $1/GB price point is the lowest price we’ve seen for a new phone from a major manufacturer in years, and you can preorder the G22 for $700 less than those phones.
If that doesn’t give you enough incentive to buy one, there are some other options for people who don’t want to shell out the extra money.
If your budget isn’t $1 million, there is also the Galaxy Note 7 for $350, the LG G4 for $500, the HTC One X2 for $400 and the OnePlus 5X for $550.
All three of those phones are already unlocked, but you’ll have to wait a bit longer before you can use them on your device.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will launch on March 22nd, while the HTC 10 will be launched on March 28th.
If all of those devices aren’t up to snuff, we’ll be bringing you the final verdict on all three devices on March 29th.
We’ll be covering all three phones in more detail over the next few days.