vivo has been anything but fast to release Android 9 Pie updates for its devices. The company has unveiled its new Funtouch 9 skin last month based on that OS release, and last week we got a timeline saying it would roll out to a total of 13 smartphones by July, in beta form.
There's no doubt that the Huawei P30 Pro has a lot of tech crammed into a smartphone's body and what better way to appreciate it by taking it apart and taking a look at what's inside? YouTuber JerryRigEverything starts the teardown the same way as many others - he uses a heat gun to
JerryRigEverything gives all you phone-camera nerds a real gift in its latest video.
There are very few topics that are as divisive as phone torture tests. Some people find them interesting and/or informative while others are utterly repulsed by them. We can't say we enjoy seeing phones that were created with so much thought, engineering and effort be subjected to useless violence but in the case of the
JerryRigEverything gave all phone camera nerds a gift in latest video.
After setting its sights on a European expansion, Xiaomi has entered yet another market in the Old Continent - Romania. The company's new flagship Mi Store in Bucharest opened its doors amidst great interest and plenty of visitors. There were several special offers and discounts on smartphones and other Xiaomi gadgets for the eager
Earlier today, reports spewed from sources all over the world about Samsung delaying Galaxy Fold employee trainings and reportedly cancelling product launch events in China that were set to take place on April 24 and 26. Not long after the swirling rumors of an imminent delay, Samsung issues an official statement about the Galaxy Fold's
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From The 3:59 show: Hopefully, the higher refresh rate isn't the only marquee feature on the next OnePlus phone.
Samsung Display is reportedly working on dual foldable screens with versions measuring 8" and 13". The panels are expected to be ready this year, but it's unclear when the first devices to use them will appear. According to Korean publication The Bell, two different designs are being developed - G-type and S-type. The letters are