Google may drop the first developer preview of Android Q anytime now, but there are companies like HTC that are still trying hard to roll out Android Pie. The Taiwanese maker has now announced that it will release the latest OS for three of its smartphones before June 2019. We wanted to share the status
Apple has announced that it will be holding an event on March 25. The event will take place at the company’s new Steve Jobs theater in Cupertino, California. Apple event March 25 pic.twitter.com/BkaJyXCkYS John Paczkowski (@JohnPaczkowski) March 11, 2019 The event should more or less focus entirely on the company’s upcoming online services. A video
We are going to see the vivo X27 official announcement on March 19, but it will hardly be a surprise. We know the specs from TENAA, the company itself introduced the design on its Weibo page and today it confirmed once again the rising selfie camera in a series of videos on the Chinese social
The phone features a full-display underscreen fingerprint scanner and no physical buttons. Crazy, I know. Link: https://www.gsmdb.com/cnet/pictures/vivo-apex-2019-is-a-super-cool-futuristic-phone/#ftag=CAD-01-10aai3d
The Realme 3 that was unveiled last week goes on sale today in India. The smartphone will be available for purchase through Flipkart and Realme India’s website starting at noon local time. It is offered in two memory configurations – 3 GB RAM + 32 GB storage and 4 GB RAM + 64 GB storage.
The Moto G7 Power offers all-day battery and Android 9.0 for less than $250. Link: https://www.gsmdb.com/cnet/news/moto-g7-power-will-soon-be-available-for-pre-sale-for-249-g7-play-pre-sale-starts-march-29/#ftag=CAD-01-10aai3d
The global version of the Samsung Galaxy Note9 received the One UI update based on Android 9.0 Pie in January and February and just this month, the carrier-locked version got the OTA update too. Even Brazil’s unlocked handsets got it. But only now, the unlocked Galaxy Note9 in the US finally starts receiving the much-awaited
Dark mode is feature that we’re starting to see incorporated into more apps these days, and if you do a lot of communicating on your mobile device, especially late at night, dark mode can be quite an eye-saver as it makes it easier on your eyes, versus the glaring white colors that we typically see