Yesterday we heard that Honor is having an unveiling of the 20 Lite today. It turns out that this was a translation error and the company actually revealed only the launch date of the phone, including a photo of the device with a fancy blue-pink gradient. The Honor 20 Lite will officially arrive on
The Motorola One Action can now be pre-ordered in the US from the company's official site as well as Best Buy and B&H Photo. It comes in 4GB/128GB configuration and is priced at $349.99. It will start shipping from October 31, and for a limited time, you can get a Moto G6 32GB variant for
This must have been one of the worst years to be surprised by a Google event. The Pixel 4 has widely leaked, leaving nothing to the imagination in the handsets' design. Earlier today, within 24 hours of the event, the Pixel's fabric cases leak, renders of the Nest Home Mini also leak, revealing an
The Realme X2 Pro is the brand's first proper flagship and it is such a massive jump up from the X2 that the two don't share much more than their name. Realme is no longer content with playing in the mid-field, with this phone it's challenging Xiaomi, Honor and OnePlus flagships directly. The phone boasts
OnePlus has initially sent out the update to Android 10 in its stable form to the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro back in September, but then not a lot of people actually received it. As it turns out, the company at some point halted the rollout of OxygenOS 10 "due to certain bugs". The
The Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL are going to be announced tomorrow at a Google Hardware event in New York City. We've seen pretty much all the specs and features of the new phone leak unofficially, so there isn't much left to reveal. If anything, the latest leak confirms Google is launching the
The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are going to be crucial for Google, and until the October 15 launch, rumors abound.
Smartphone innovation has been at an all-time high in the past couple of years with new designs akin to the pop-up camera, under-display fingerprint technology, and waterfall displays we're already seeing. The latest patents filed by Oppo suggest we could see a display that's curved at all edges. This could be possible thanks to
All you need is an Android phone and a Windows 10 laptop or desktop.