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samsung galaxy aseries event scheduled for april 10

Samsung's A-series lineup will get reinforcements next month as the company set the date for its next event. April 10 should see the official arrival of the Galaxy A90 and two more phones. The Galaxy A20 and Galaxy A40 are frequenting the rumor mill, so it might be them. Enter the era of live. April

whatsapp testing in app browser reverse image search

When you click on a link to a website on WhatsApp, it usually opens the link in your phone’s browser, whichever browser that you have set as your default. However according to the folks at WABetaInfo, it seems that WhatsApp is testing out using an in-app browser, similar to how Facebook links open up within

exynos powered motorola vision appears on geekbench

Geekbench proves to be a reliable source when it comes to upcoming devices and a recent entry shows off a new Motorola device. Code-named "Vision", the phone was caught running Samsung's Exynos 9610 chipset which would be a first for a Motorola device. Rumors point that the new device will, in fact, be the

redmi 7 launches for 105

Redmi 7 is official, becoming the most affordable phone in the newly separated sub-brand. The phone follows the Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro in offering a chipset and battery better than its price would suggest. The Redmi 7 has a 6.26" LCD panel of HD+ resolution. It's powered by a Snapdragon 632

watch the redmi 7 unveiling here

Xiaomi is introducing the Redmi 7 today at 2 PM Beijing time or 7 AM CET. The event will be live streamed on Xiaomi's website, and we provided a link below for all fans out there. The phone is expected to be introduced by brand president Lu Weibing, and we expect to see the

top 10 trending phones of week 10

After a few hectic weeks, the top 10 trending chart finally got some stability in week 11 with the top three remaining unchanged. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro sits on top followed by a trio of Samsung phones. The entry level Galaxy M30 and the flagship Galaxy S10+ take the silver and bronze

swiftkey adds google as a search engine option

While Microsoft might have failed on the mobile hardware front, the company has been making some inroads by introducing their own software and services to other platforms such as iOS and Android. They have also acquired other apps such as SwiftKey, giving them more in-roads to Apple and Google’s operating systems.Unsurprisingly apps such as SwiftKey